February 19, 1959 ~ August 26, 2019

Born in: Indianpolis, IN
Resided in: Indianapolis, IN

ROBERT ANTHONY (Tony) COOPER, 60, Indianapolis, died August 26th, 2019. He was a forty-year employee of Noble Industries. He enjoyed his work and liked movies, pets, and classic cars. Memorial contributions can be made to the family in lieu of flowers. Graveside services will be at Washington Park North Cemetery on September 5, 2019 at 2 p.m. Tony was preceded in death by his father, Robert Cooper sister, Deborah Cooper Downs, grandparents Melvin and Nina Lobb. He is survived by his mother, Dorthey (Dottie) Lobb Cooper, uncle Russell Lobb (Beverly) cousins Christina Cox Sulzberger (Earl), Cathi Cox Schneider (Steve).

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Graveside Service: September 5, 2019 2:00 pm

Washington Park North Cemetery
2706 Kessler Blvd, W, Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46228


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  1. May the God of all comfort be extra near to you Dorothy and family. We admired Tony’s courage and perseverance. I can still see him enjoying his breakfast. Prayers for all the family from Westside Church.

  2. I loved seeing Tony every month. He always looked forward to our breakfasts and what was on the menu that day. I know your heart is crushed Dorothy, but may our God of strength comfort you and fill you with His fullness, and bless you with His presence

  3. I always looked forward to seeing Tony every month. He always looked forward to our breakfasts and anxious to know what was on the menu that day. I know your heart is crushed Dorothy, may our God of strength fill you with His peace and comfort, and bless you with His presence.

  4. We will miss Robert aka Hulk here at Lilly. He always had a smile on his face. He was a true warrior and never called in sick. Rest in peace.

  5. So sorry to hear about Tony! We’ve missed him at Fat Cat….. he was always such a happy guy, and always had a good word to everyone he met. He always remembered our names even though we didn’t see him that often. We prayed for Tony during his illness, and will continue to pray for Dottie, as she mourns the loss of her wonderful son.

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