Clarence “C.G.” Cooper

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Clarence “C.G.” Cooper

Clarence “C.G.” Cooper went home to be with his Lord and Savior on August 16, 2020, at Ochsner St. Mary in Morgan City.
He was born in Pineville, Louisiana, to John and Mary Cooper. Clarence moved to Morgan City in 1962 where he opened Cooper Brothers Welding Service with his brother. He traveled the world working in the oilfield, which was his passion, and he made many friends along the way.
He is survived by his wife, Alba Marilu Cooper; his son, Chris Cooper and wife Shirley of Morgan City; his daughter, Crystal Cooper Roy of Abbeville; grandchildren, Jennifer Cooper Wylie and her husband Doug of Baton Rouge, Jonathan Cooper and wife Jennifer of Morgan City, Kailyn Roy Daniel and husband Doug of Lafayette, and Victoria and Lyndi Cooper, both of Morgan City. He is also survived by great-grandchildren, Chris and Mackenzie Cooper, Nathan Wylie, and Caroline Daniel. He is survived by his brother, Alton Cooper of Rayville.
Clarence was preceded in death by his parents, his son Carlos Glen Cooper, his sisters Shirel Cooper McMahan and Sammye Cooper Callendar, and son-in-law Maxie Roy Jr.
A private memorial service was held and he was interred in Morgan City Cemetery alongside his son Carlos.

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