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1940 Alice "Fay" Cooper 2024

Alice Cooper

October 9, 1940 — January 1, 2024

Alice Fay Cooper, known as Fay by her loved ones, passed away peacefully on the first day of January 2024 at her home in McDonald, Tennessee. Born on October 9, 1940, in Ooltewah, Tennessee, Fay's life was marked by her loving, kind, and thoughtful nature a beacon of warmth that touched all who knew her.

Fay was preceded in death by her parents, Milous and Gertrude Pickens; her devoted husband, Willis Cooper; her son, Danny Davis; her son-in-law, Kenneth Clements; and her grandsons, Jason Clements and Keegan Hefner.

Fay's legacy is carried forward by her loving children: Angela Black and son-in-law Ron of Cleveland; Angie Davis, her daughter-in-law; Cheryl Clements, her daughter; Christi Cooper, her daughter; Debbie Hefner and son-in-law Ronnie; and Darrell Cooper and daughter-in-law Karen. Her grandchildren, who were the light of her life, include Jeremy Black; Matthew and Elise Black; Adam and Brittany Davis; Kelcy and Josh Skinner; Wesley and Amy Clements; Thomas and Kara Lee Clements; Juddy and Haleigh Knight; Michael and Natalie Knight; and Kisha Knight. Fay was also a doting great-grandmother to Peyton Kent; Madi, Jackson, Hunter, Macoy, and Cooper Knight; Aspen Knight; Simone and Lucas Black; Jaxon Clements; Logan, Caleb, and Nathan Skinner; Lily and Dani Davis; and Dylan, Logan, Blake and Skyla Clements. Her cousin Martee Miley, daughter-in-law Nikecia Wood, great-granddaughter Haley Walter and many special cousins, nieces, nephews, and other loving family members.

Fay's zest for life was contagious; she reveled in staying active and seizing every opportunity to explore new places. Her flair for fashion was evident, with a keen eye for jewelry and shoes, always ensuring she was dressed to the nines whenever she stepped out. Above all, her love for her family was paramount and she was the pillar upon which they learned in both joyous and challenging times.

A devout follower of her Lord, Fay was a dedicated member of Philippi Baptist Church. Her devotion was such that when her health limited her attendance, she found solace and connection through watching the services online. Her unwavering faith has been an inspiration to many.

The final services to honor and celebrate Fay's life will take place on January 8 at Philippi Baptist Church in Cleveland, Tennessee. Friends and loved ones are invited to the viewing from 4 PM to 7 PM, with the funeral service commencing at 7 PM. Pastor Dick Sisk and Sammy Hooker will be presiding over the service.


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