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Marjorie F. Cooksey

Marjorie Cooksey

May 18, 1925     ~     May 15, 2013

 

Marjorie Flowers Cooksey, 87, Glasgow, died Wednesday, May 15, 2013, at Glenview Health Care Center. A native of Barren County, she was a daughter of the late Edgar L. Flowers and Hettye Britt Flowers. A life-long resident of Glasgow, she was a retired employee of Handmacher Fashions in Glasgow, and a member of the Glasgow Baptist Church.

Survivors include one son: Bill Cooksey and his wife Sally of Sheffield, MA.

Visitation with the family will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home. Memorial Graveside Service will be held 11:00 a.m. Wednesday at the Glasgow Municipal Cemetery with Rev. James S. Jones officiating.


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6 Entries for Marjorie F. Cooksey

  1. Carroll & Rosemary Hatcher says:

    Marjorie was a good friend to my mother, Tressie Hatcher, who always spoke well of her. I did not know your mother very well but have met her in the past. You have our condolences at her passing.

  2. Bonita Dyer Elmore says:

    Your Mom spoke often on the phone to me and my husband. I remember being with her a lot when all lived on Columbia Avenue. She had many friends at Glasgow Baptist and will be missed.

  3. Cindy Jessie-Martin says:

    I remember many times when I was younger, going with my mom to Marjorie’s house for her Stanley bingo parties. My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this time.

  4. Cheryl Jessie-Brooks says:

    I have such fond memories of Marjorie throughout my childhood on up even after I gor married and had my own children. She was a dear friend of my mother and they kept in touch often. I enjoyed going to her home on occasion to play Bingo or pick up Stanley items and I remember her house always smelled so good. She always made me feel welcome. The last time I saw her at the health care center, she did remember me and asked about my mom. She made a difference in my life and I’m thankful I got to know her and enjoy her friendship and the wonderful memories I cherish today. Thinking of Bill and the family today and in the coming days. May God bless you all and give you comfort.

  5. Joyce Forrest Driver says:

    I knew Mrs.Cooksey well, and LOVED her dearly, I have had several stantley parties for her and made many orders..I was always welcome at her house and saw her at the nursing home where I sang once a month until last few months. She was a unique, beautiful, special lady that as fore stated I loved and respected . You all will always have my prayers for God’s comfort and guidance in your life.

  6. Dianne Flowers Johnson says:

    I am so sorry to learn of Aunt Marjorie’s passing. When I spoke to her a few weeks ago, I didn’t know how grave the situation was with her. I have kept in contact with her for some time with phone calls & visits until lately when health problems have kept me from visiting & is also as to why I can’t make it to the graveside services. I will miss her. My thoughts & prayers are with you & Sally.
    Dianne