Cook, Gerald B.1942 - 2013 (70 Jahre)
Name Cook, Gerald B. Spitzname Skip Geburt 23 Okt 1942 [1, 2] Geschlecht männlich Tod 10 Aug 2013 ,,, USA [1, 2] Beerdigung Lawnwood Memorial Park, Covington, Newton County, Georgia, USA  Personen-Kennung I214978 Zimbelmann Zuletzt bearbeitet am 19 Jul 2020
Vater Cook, Ben Hyatt, geb. geschätzt 1912 gest. Datum unbekannt Mutter Niblett, Pauline, geb. geschätzt 1915 gest. Datum unbekannt Eheschließung geschätzt 1938 Familien-Kennung F75579 Familienblatt | Familientafel
Familie Jones, Betty Lou, geb. 31 Jan 1938, , Scott County, Kentucky, USA gest. 31 Jan 2014, Oxford, Newton County, Georgia, USA (Alter 76 Jahre) Eheschließung um 1980 Zuletzt bearbeitet am 19 Jul 2020 Familien-Kennung F72112 Familienblatt | Familientafel
Ereignis-Karte Tod - 10 Aug 2013 - ,,, USA Beerdigung - - Lawnwood Memorial Park, Covington, Newton County, Georgia, USA = Link zu Google Earth Pin-Bedeutungen : Adresse : Ortsteil : Ort : Region : (Bundes-)Staat/-Land : Land : Nicht festgelegt
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Grabsteine Cook, Gerald B.
Lawnwood Memorial Park, Covington, Newton County, Georgia, USA
G.B. "Skip" Cook went home to be with our Lord on August 10, 2013. He was born to his proud parents, Ben Hyatt Cook and Pauline "Polly" Niblett Cook on October 23, 1942. Skip was a born truck driver who worked all his life. He drove a UPS delivery truck, a moving van, a city bus, several OTR big rigs, and finished his career for 18 years with Dekalb County Roads and Drainage. He served four years in the U.S. Air Force, Canine division, proud to be an American.
He was a dedicated Christian, a faithful member of Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Oxford, GA. He was preceded in death by his parents, his baby sister Anna Susan Cook, and son Michael David Peters.
He is survived by his loving wife of 33 years, Betty Jones Cook, his two sons, Bill Peters and daughter-in-law Belinda Peters; Mike Cook; and one daughter, Dawn Cook Bloodgood. Grandchildren Erick and Adam Peters; Amber, Anthony, and Ashley Bloodgood. His sister Cyndy Cook Oney and brother-in-law Ervine Oney; one uncle, Arthur Niblett, and many cousins.
Skip Cook was a very loving, considerate, compassionate, kind person who was always helping someone else, even in his weakened condition. He was a true inspiration to all who knew him. His delightful sense of humor brought joy to family, friends, and strangers along the way