Bridgette Denise Cooper - Nickleberry, was born in Dallas, Texas, October 16, 1970, to the parentage of Cleadus Cooper and Melvin Cooper.
Her Time to Live and Love...
Bridgette grew up in Marrietta, TX and professed her life to Christ at Jones Hill C.O.G.I.C Church.
Her Time to Learn ...
Bridgette attended Paul Puitt High School, where she graduated in 1987.
Her Time to Labor...
Bridgette was one of help, for many years she worked in the home health field as a CNA for Hearts and Hands and EAK Good Neighbor.
Her Time of Home Going ...
She departed this life and received her wings on Sunday, September 5, 2021. She was preceded in death by her husband Calvert Nickelberry, sister Kacynthia Cooper and her grandparents.
A Time to Cherish Memories ...
Everyone knew “Aunt Boobie” She was such a fun, and vibrant soul filled with love and lots of laughter. She was an all around “Country Girl” the had no problem skinning a wild hog or deer or even cleaning fish. She was truly a jack of all trades. Most importantly, if you were hungry; she would feed you. If you needed to talk; she would converse with you. If you needed a helping hand; she would extend hers out you. She never knew a stranger, and was always willing to give you the shirt
off her back. A true Matriarch; “Aunt Boobie”, was the
biggest giver this side of East Texas.
Reflecting on the memories are her four children; Taron Cooper, Vadarius Cooper and Kierra Cooper and Jordon Young, three sisters; Sophiela Lamb (James Lamb), Debra Suber (Kenneth Suber) Melva Cooper (Steven Chatman), six grand girls and a host of relatives and friends.
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