Debra Ann Cooper passed away March 17, 2020.

 Graveside Service:   2:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 25, 2020 in Greenwood Memorial Park.


Greenwood Funeral - Cremation

3100 White Settlement Road, Fort Worth, TX 76107


 Debra Ann Cooper was born in Fort Worth, Texas on January 25, 1951. Her parents were James Arthur Jones and Betty Cavender Jones.

 Debra was a graduate of Texas Tech University, where she was a member of Alpha Chi Omega and obtained a Bachelor of Education Degree.  After graduation, she married Joe B. Cooper III in July of 1973. Debra and Joe made their home in Arlington, Texas from 1973 until 2002. She was a mathematics teacher in the Arlington ISD and a member of Trinity United Methodist Church where she sang in the choir and also a member of the Arlington Junior League.   After retirement, she and Joe moved to Gustine, Texas where they were members of Comanche United Methodist Church and the choir.  They enjoyed the rural life at Pecan Bend and their equestrian and pecan farm on the Leon River. She loved horseback riding and became an accomplished water color artist, specializing in western art. In 2019, Debra and Joe moved to Burleson, Texas to be closer to some of the grandchildren.

 Survivors: Husband, Joe B. Cooper III; son, Joe B. Cooper IV and wife, Erika and their sons, Joe B. Cooper V, Andrew Graham Cooper and Lukas Owen Cooper; son, Robert Barkley Cooper and wife, Patricia and their children, Colton Cooper and Camilla Cooper  brother, David Cavender Jones and nephews, Jeremy and Corey Jones.

 Memorials may be sent to UAMS Myeloma Center, 4801 W. Capitol Ave., Little Rock, Arkansas 72205

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