Sandy Cooper passed away from pancreatic cancer in Medicine Hat on Friday, May 15, 2020, at the age of 68. She was an amazing person, loved by many and was supported by her large and loving family and her wonderful friends. Sandy was a shepherd who naturally gathered good people around her and made us all better for knowing her. She had an amazing ability to share her smile and laugh freely. When in her presence, you knew you were accepted and loved, and she could always make any situation joyful. She is survived by her husband, Turp and they would have shared 50 years together this December; her children, Kalin Meyer (Peter), Angie Kromrey (Todd), Taner Cooper (Staci), Corby Cooper (Melissa) as well as her grandchildren, Michael, Harleigh, Keegan, Ridge, Jaxson, Kooper, Lochlan, and Rylin. The family would like to thank everyone at St Joseph’s Home - Carmel Hospice in Medicine Hat for their care and support through a difficult time. Sandy will be laid to rest in the cemetery at Tompkins, Saskatchewan. Once gathering restrictions are lifted, the family plans to honour Sandy with a celebration of her life. Further notification will be made at that time.
I worked with Sandy at Crowfoot/Ralston Base for years. A small group of friends had a Christmas exchange gift party as well ,she was a good friend and co-worker we will truly miss her . She was a great lady. Sorry your mother/grandma/sister had to leave you so soon. My condolences to the family. We had loads of laughs ♥️
Sandy was a co-worker of mine at CFB Suffield. She was a wonderful person to work with, and loved a good joke or game of Golf and was good to everyone who crossed her path. She spoke of her family and grandkids often. I know she will be missed by a lot of people. My condolences to all of you
I’m so sorry to hear of the loss of Sandy. My condolences to her husband, children and grandchildren. I had the pleasure of working with sandy for quite a few years at the kitchen in Suffield. The one thing that really sticks out for me about Sandy is her beautiful smile and sense of humor. She will truly be miss by everyone that new her. RIP Sandy. 🙏