In Memoriam

Anthony L. Cooper

Anthony L. Cooper

Anthony was very excited about the 25th Reunion and was planning to attend, but to Gods will he did not make it. Although, he was there at the 20th and what fun did he have, He shared his love for his classmates and Monroe High  whenever you saw, greeted or met him,  this too will be  another  Reunion that he will be sorely missed by all that knew him.

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01/06/09 09:21 AM #1    

Terrial Rhyne (Smith)

Tony, you are missed. I think of you all the time. Rest my sweet, sweet brother. Miss you.

01/21/09 03:49 PM #2    

Melvin Rambeau

After all this time, it's still hard to believe you are gone. I think of you often and remember all the fun times we shared. Rest in peace my brother and my friend.

12/29/10 05:31 PM #3    

Jessie Richardson

What can I say, Tony was one of the smartest people in the class and did it effortlessly.  He came to school without text books but was always prepared for the lesson plan and always did well on "ALL" test.  It drove me nutts staying up struggling to keep my solid "B" average, but Tony was a natural.   Rememer someone telling me that he worked for the Washington Post which if he did was something he always mentioned to me was his desire to be a writer for a major newspaper, having his own column.  He was always great to talk to and understood life at a very early age.  Sorry I missed him at the 20th, he is truly missed.

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