To all of the Cook Family & friends, Our sincere sympathy for the loss of a loved one, Ron & Nancy Bush
I will never forget your kindness or smile when I attended Tully Elementary. You were always there to give me my straw when I would forget. Some may have thought you were a bit stern but you loved us all. RIP Mrs Cook.
Sincerest sympathy to the Cook family.
Lucie was a great lady; she raised a great family.
Please accept our sincere condolences. We remember well Mrs. Cook's warm and cheerful greetings at Tully Central where we both attended. She will be missed!.
My condolences to all of the Cook family and extended family. What a great family tree Mr. and Mrs. Cook created, nurtured and loved.
Credit to whoever put together the outstanding video tribute (I am suspecting Marshall). Lots of great memory moments and smiles within that fine work.
Lots of Love and Regards,
Loving, caring, tender and tough; My Godmother, Aunt Lucie. She Loved many and cherished her family. In the '50s the Cook often visited us to eat popped corn and watch Disney World. Regretfully, Jan and I are unable to attend her celebration on Monday. Trust that our warm thoughts and prayers are with her entire family and world of friends,
With much love,
Andy and Jan Lasda
We are so sorry to hear of Lucie's death. She was a wonderful person. Please except our condolences.
spent many summer vacations with "aunt lucie and uncle cookie" …..always a smile and a hug to be shared....glad to have visited her this birthday ..will miss her a lot.
Mrs. Cook always took the time to greet any child who came through her door, and made one feel special.
She quietly took care of her relatives, making sure they were fed, clothed and safe.
She was reliable, careful and gentle but tough as they come.
She is sound, at peace and rejoicing with her loved ones in The Lord’s loving arms.