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Barry Cooper

Barry Bradley Cooper

Friday, May 11th, 1951 - Friday, October 16th, 2020
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Obituary

Barry Bradley Cooper, 69 of Sparta, Tennessee went to be with the Lord on Friday, October 16, 2020, at Saint Thomas Highlands Hopital.

He was born Friday, May 11, 1951 in Nashville, Tennessee, he was the son of the late John Nathan Cooper and Jane Bradley Harrison.

In Barry's life, he enjoyed cattle and horses. He enjoyed working with young people. His favorite hobby was roping. He enjoyed writing poetry, educational information for youth and eventually, wrote a book titled "Blackie Goes to School, " He earned the name Cowboy Poet of Tennessee.

He was preceded in death by his father, John Nathan Cooper, his grandparents, and several aunts and uncles.

Survivors include:

Mother- Jane Bradley Harrison of Sparta, TN

Sisters- Cyndi J. Murdock of Cookeville, TN and Susan Cooper of McMinnville, TN

Special Friend- Nelda Gross of Sparta, TN

Niece- Aminee M. Cumby (Justin) of Cookeville, TN

Great-Nieces- Lakyn Jane Cumby and London Grace Cumby of Cookeville, TN

Many friends and neighbors also survive

A private service will be held at a later date.

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Maren Vaden

Posted at 11:55pm
Barry was my former 4-H leader in Campbell County Tennessee in the horse program. He taught me so much about horses and life. Some of the best times in my childhood were hanging out at the barn with Barry, my friends, and the horses. I love you Barry. Thank you for the great memories and life lessons. You will be missed.
Maren Hill Vaden
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Pat Ward

Posted at 10:16am
Before he returned to Sparta, Barry was a University of Tennessee County Extension Agent for Campbell County. He provided a valuable service to the County's agriculture and cattle farmers. He made himself available to them whenever they needed his assistance, day or night. He was also the youth leader for the Campbell County 4-H Horse Project. Barry went beyond teaching the 4-H Club children how to safely care for, ride and show horses. He taught them values, work ethics and life skills. He was a hardworking and effective educator. Barry will never be forgotten by the lives he touched in Campbell County.

Pat Ward
Jacksboro
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brendaanddongay@hotmail.com

Posted at 09:50pm
I am so sorry to hear about the death of Barry. He was such a special & caring young man. Prayers for his family.

Brenda Metcalf Gay
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Janie Simmons

Posted at 02:34pm
It was always a good time when Barry came into the office. Trivia Questions and a good visit. He will be missed.
 
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Dixie Crouch Posted at 07:38pm

Our hearts are so sad. Our all time favorite horse trainer and FRIEND. Our family LOVED him like a brother. A saying we always treasure he would say, "Win, Lose, or Draw, We are having fun now!" We will certainly miss that Christmas poetry. Rest in peace our treasured friend.
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