Turner Cooper Obituary, Death – Turner Cooper who was born in Mobile, Alabama, and had lived there for a significant amount of time passed away in a facility that was situated within the city. Coach Cooper attended Our Lady of Lourdes for his elementary and secondary schooling, and he graduated from B. C. Rain High School with his high school diploma. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education and Science from Troy University, and he received his Master of Science degree from the University of South Alabama. Both institutions are located in Alabama. He joined the football team at Troy University as a walk-on and then became a graduate assistant before the team’s championship season.
During his time there, the Trojans won the national championship. It’s been more than 25 years since he started working in the state of Alabama as a teacher and a coach. In that time, he’s accomplished a lot. Coach Cooper moved his family back to Mobile, Alabama, in 1989, and immediately began working as a teacher and coach at Mary G. Montgomery High School, LeFlore High School, and B.C. Rain High School, in that order. In addition to that, he has been working at McGill-Toolen Catholic High School as a coach for the duration of the previous two years. Turner Merlin Cooper, his biological father, had already passed away prior to the birth of this child.
His wife of 22 years, Karen Cooper, is one of the people who managed to survive him. Other members of his family, including his son Matt Cooper, his mother Evelyn Cooper, and his sister Deborah Cooper, in addition to a number of his nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends, are still alive today. On Thursday the Radney Funeral Home located on Dauphin Street will be open for visitation beginning at five o’clock in the afternoon and lasting until eight o’clock in the evening.
The viewing will be held in the funeral home’s chapel. In remembrance of the one who has passed away, a memorial ceremony will be held in the chapel of Radney Funeral Home on the morning of Saturday at the hour of eleven o’clock. In lieu of sending flowers, memorial contributions can be made to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes at P. O. Box 16705, Mobile, Alabama 36616. Please make checks payable to “Foundation of Christian Athletes.”