portrait picture for Carol Cooper

Service:Wednesday, November 27th, at 1:30 PM in the Congregation Beth El, 109 East Avenue, Norwalk.Interment:Beth El Memorial Park, Richards Avenue, Norwalk.Contributions:Women’s League for Conservative Judaism, 475 Riverside Drive, NY,NY 10115, or the American Cancer Society, 8 Richards Ave, Norwalk, CT 06854.

Carol Cooper


 Carol Cooper, of Norwalk, beloved wife, mother and grandmother, passed away on November 25th, 2013 at the Norwalk Hospital at the age of 79.

 Born in Malden, MA, the daughter of the late Hyman and Lillian Goldman, she graduated the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, with a bachelor degree in education. She was a member of Congregation Beth El, Sisterhood President and active in the Women’s League for Conservative Judaism.

 She is survived by her husband of 56 years, George Cooper, her children Russell Cooper and his wife Randi, Julie Meckley and her husband Stephen, eight grandchildren, Roger, Stephanie, Amanda, Samantha, Joshua, Aaron, Zachary and Adam.

 She was a very special woman who touched the lives of many and will be loved and cherished always.

 Services will be held on Wednesday, November 27th, at 1:30 PM in the Congregation Beth El, 109 East Avenue, Norwalk. Interment will follow in Beth El Memorial Park, Richards Avenue, Norwalk.

 Memorial contributions may be made to Women’s League for Conservative Judaism, 475 Riverside Drive, NY,NY 10115, or the American Cancer Society, 8 Richards Ave, Norwalk, CT 06854.

  1. To George and all your beloved family – I send my deep felt condolences to all of you. Carol was exactly two weeks older than me, and as first cousins, we did so much together. I also had the very special privilege of being her maid of honor. I know that Carol, your beloved wife, grandmother and great grandmother, cherished her family and was so very proud of all of you. She felt so blessed that you were all a part of her life. I am so sorry that I am not able to be with you on Wednesday, but you are in my thoughts and prayers.

    November 26, 2013
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  • Dear George

    Roberta and were deeply saddened to learn about Carol. She had such vibrance and zest whenever we saw the two of you together. We are out of town and regret we can not be with you. You know that she is in our prayers and thoughts. May The Lord comfort you.

    Peter and Roberta Berman

    November 26, 2013
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  • Dear George, Julie, Russell and all of you sweet grandkids, Surely Carol was one of the greatest treasures of my life. Even though we met online in 2006, we were eventually to meet in person in 2o07, and see one another 3 more wonderful times. We talked weekly at first by telephone and then at least twic monthly as we noticed there was a bond between us because of similaritites and common interests in our families; especially our wonderful grandchildren. We would compare our grands, since so many are the same ages, and the things they were doing in their lives. Carol loved you all so; I know that I don’t have to tell you. All of you kids now have your very own angel in heaven now, of this I am sure. Remember she will be with you always…… when you need her, close your eyes, talk to her and she will help you. Carol was a “once in a lifetime” friend to me….. My love and prayers for all of you; I wish I could be there.

    Much Love, Sharon Hollister, Syracuse, NY

    November 27, 2013
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