Marshall R. Cooper, Jr.

Marshall R. Cooper, Jr. 68 of Basye, died Monday, May 23 at Winchester Medical Center.

Mr. Cooper was born October 19, 1947 in West Virginia son of the late Marshall Raymond Cooper, Sr. and Winfred Huffman Cooper.

He owned and operated his own construction company since 1994.

He was a mason of The Masonic Lodge in Mt. Jackson.  He was one of the Founders of the Massanuteen Amateur Radio Club.  He was a member of The Gold Wing Chapter R Motorcycle Club in Harrisonburg,VA.  He was a member of the Eagle in New Market, VA.

He is survived by his wife Gloria J. Cooper whom he married October 18, 1987.

Mr. Cooper is also survived by a daughter, Monica Lynn Cooper of New Market; three stepchildren, Bonnie Painter (Mike) Connie Frady and Gregory Gochenour (Donna); a sister, Amerallus Teter of Timberville; two grandchildren, Sabyrna Emswiller and Andrew Marshall Cooper; four step grandchildren, Ashley Jenkins, Shannon Painter, Brittnay Frady and Elizabeth Beatty; and nine great grandchildren.

One of his greatest passion was riding with friends of the Gold Wing Club traveling to numerous states and enjoying the beautiful state parks and scenery.  He will be missed by family and friends who loved him dearly and his special relationship with his grandson Drewbie.

A private memorial service will be at a later date.

You may sign the register book at Dellinger Funeral Home in Mt. Jackson during regular business hours Wednesday through Friday and Saturday until 12 noon.

Mr. Cooper has been cremated as he requested.

Cremation arrangements are by Dellinger Funeral Home in Mt. Jackson.

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5 Condolences to Marshall R. Cooper, Jr.

  1. Shannon & Robbie Painter says:

    Words cannot describe our heartache. We will miss you so very much. We loved you dearly. Rest in peace, sweet Marshall. ❤️

  2. Mike & Bonnie Painter says:

    You bought so much joy to our lives, we could always count on you when we needed extra support. God certainly gained and Angel when you took your last breath. Rest in peace, you certainly will be missed.

  3. Betty Cooley says:

    His “ride” thru this life was much too short. What great times we shared on those motorcycle trips. Here’s a farewell to one of the calmest, kindest men who ever lived.

  4. Thomas Golden says:

    Sorry to hear of the death of Marshall. I am his second cousin on his grandmother’s side. My mother and Marshall’s grandmother were sisters from Gilmer county, WV. We heard this sad news from Paula Jane Taylor, another cousin.

  5. Bill and Jackie Carper/Cubbage Family says:

    We are sorry to hear about your loss. Our love and prayers go out to the Cooper family.
    Marshall will be truly missed.