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Sean Cooper & Wife Lucy Dies Unexpectedly

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Sean Cooper & Wife Lucy has sadly passed away. They were reported to have lost their lives on September 8 2020. The cause of their death was never made known to the public.

Sean Cooper was a highly skilled and adaptable mechanical aircraft technician with seven years experience in the high pressure, demanding environment of the Royal Air Force. He accustomed to working in foreign climates, long hours and in adverse conditions yet producing a high level of quality work in a safe manner. Proficient in fault finding, rectification and operational testing, implementing modifications, reading schematic diagrams and working to tight deadlines.

His wife Lucy was a former veterinary nurse (RVN) at the veterinary hospital.

Sean Cooper & Wife Lucy Death As posted by 412th Test Wing Command Chief Master Sergeant

This weekend, we took part in a dignified transfer and said goodbye to our friends, Sean and Lucy Cooper, as they began their journey back to the United Kingdom. It was a beautiful ceremony and our hearts go out to their family, friends, and the Royal Air Force’s 17 Squadron.

Tributes

Kim wrote – There are just no words. Rest in peace Lucy Cooper and Sean Cooper, both taken way too young! Hope you’re still together up there Lucy, I’m glad you got the chance to follow your dreams in moving to and exploring America, you talked about wanting to do this for so long and you made it happen. So many happy memories that I will cherish forever – holidays to Spain, more nights out than I can remember (or not remember as the case may be), so many parties, even work was bearable because I was working with you. You and Sean are both in my hearts, I will miss you so much and am thinking of and sending prayers to both lots of families at this horrific time. Fly high angels.

Andrew Dowsett wrote – In honour of Sean Cooper and his wife Lucy. My deepest condolences to both families during this heartbreaking time.
Sean was such a happy, cheerful great guy who was always smiling. You weren’t just a friend you were an inspiration. You left too soon until we meet again mate may your soul rest in peace.

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