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Doyle D. Cook

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July 19, 1937          ~          January 31, 2012

Doyle D. Cook, 74, of Glasgow formerly of Milton, Florida, died Tuesday, January 31, 2012, at Glenview Health Care. He was the son of the late Lawrence Cook and Pearl Johnson Cook. He was retired form Milton, Florida, City Police Department and a veteran of the U.S. Army.

He is survived by his friend Brenda Ray and her children: Brenda Poynter, Mary Johnson and Denise Lambirth.

Graveside services will be 2:00 P.M. Sunday at the Glasgow Municipal Cemetery with Bro. Jerry Greene officiating and the Glasgow Chapter 20 DAV will provide military honors. Visitation will be after 7:00 A.M. Sunday at the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home until time for graveside services.


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8 Entries for Doyle D. Cook

  1. James Collier says:

    TO THE FAMILY AND FRIENDS OF DOYLE COOK, I EXTEND MY SYMPATHY
    DURING THIS DIFFICULT TIME. MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH YOU.

  2. Ed Joyner says:

    To the familey and friends of Doyle Cook.
    I will miss chatting with Doyle on Facebook. He always looked forward to being back in Milton so he could be near his friends. We will certainly miss Doyle. I worked with the Florida Highway Patrol for 34 years and met Doyle at the beginning of my career. We shared many law enforcement classes together over the years along with many cups of coffee on the midnight shifts.
    Rest in peace Doyle, rest in peace.

  3. Emil Avenarius says:

    SORRY I COULDNT BE THERE FOR THE SERVICE DOYLE, BUT WE BOTH SPENT TIME WITH EACH OTHER JUST A MONTH BEFORE YOU PASSED. I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER THOSE DAYS WHEN WE WOULD HANG OUT AND GO OUT TO EAT AT OUR FAVORITE ESTABLISHMENTS. I PROMISE TO STOP BY AND VISIT YOUR RESTING PLACE WHENEVER I PASS THROUGH YOUR AREA. I WILL TAKE CARE OF THE THINGS WE TALKED ABOUT AND I KNOW I WILL SEE YOU IN HEAVEN ONE DAY. :) REST IN PEACE DOYLE.

  4. Judy Baumann says:

    I will miss Doyle (FLS) in games in Pogo. And Brenda, I am sorry for your loss. You didn’t have much time together after he left Florida and went with you to Ky, but I’m sure you had some good times. Hangelpoot enjoyed playing games with you and Doyle. May he rest in peace.

    Judy (or Poot, as he knew me.)

  5. Genny and Carlos says:

    We loved Doyle, probably more than anyone. I spent a lot of time talking to him and listening to him tell me how lonely he was. He would often cry about it. I had prayed for him to be buried in Milton. He wanted to go back there so bad :(
    Rest in peace my friend. In Jan. you told me you were on your journey to heaven and I KNOW that is where you are.
    Thanks Emil for the picture of you and Doyle. We will forever save it. God Bless
    Genny and Carlos

  6. Dorothy Sausto says:

    I didn’t know Doyle for a long time, maybe a month or two, we sent emails to each other, he seemed like a nice guy, may he rest in peace

  7. karen eggert says:

    my you rest in npeace fls i will miss u on pogo we had a lot of good fights. i hope u are finally in a happier place than u were here on earth god bless u

  8. Sharon Westmoreland says:

    I worked with Doyle at the Police Dept in the early 70’s, and stayed in touch up until he stopped communicating on face book & e-mail. I remember him as a disk jockey at our local radio station. Doyle was a good man. He’ll be missed by me & many friends.