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You gotta love a man of such principle and a man who cared for his boys on the mat and off the mat. My sincere condolences to the family and friends from myself and all the Titans at Nova High that Jack had a profound affect on their lives.Hollywood, Florida a really long time friend - met Bob back in the 70's when I moved to Greenville - he would come by the office [miller / player] a few times / year & play his bag pipes. We met at Scottish games at Grandfather Mountain, NC, and Stone Mountain, GA.
Nick you touched so many lives and I for one would like to thank you for giving me my first job in teaching.To the extended Cooper family, my heart goes out to you. Laugh as we always laughed at the little jokes that we enjoyed together. Let my name be ever the household word that it always was. His sense of humor, wit and all the great hunting and navy stories will be missed.I know you have great memories of Tommy, who I was not privileged to know. Lotz’s analogy, Pop has moved into his Father’s house! Let it be spoken without an effort, without the ghost of a shadow upon it. Our heartfelt prayers and love go out to Laura, his faithful and devoted wife, and to all the Cooper family.I never really got to know him well but the few times we spoke he was such a Sweet soul! Jack and I coached football and taught science together at Nova High School.Heaven is waiting on u and so is grandpas Ernest Howell and all your loved ones! During that time we became good friends and fishing buddies. Jack was the kind of man that if you knew him and spent any time with him, he touched your life!Physical separation is painful & leaves a footprint on our hearts but God promises, through Jesus, Joy Comes in the Morning (Psalm 30:5)!!! Ken was in touch almost daily with the boys while he was alive. I am I, you are you, and the old life that we lived so fondly together is untouched, unchanged. This is a temporary separation - you have the promise you will see him again one day.
My prayers are with you at this difficult time, M ay God grant you the peace and comfort that can only He can. May God's grace sustain each of you in these days and weeks ahead!
I wove the tartan for a least one kilt Bob made for a friend of ours.
Basically, Bob was the type of person who would endure any inconvenience to render a kindness or lend a hand to someone he could help.
I have so many great memories of spending time with Bob, both at his home in SC and when he stayed with us in Scotland for 3 months whilst researching his book on the History of the Kilt.
A man for whom nothing was too much trouble, we spent many an hour talking long into the night about tartan and Highland Dress.
As I recall it was from one of his hunts and was so large, that he thought it would be best displayed on the wall of a much larger room than he had at the time. The Lodge was filled with many interesting things but no single item was more admired and talked about than that beautful rug. If he told you something or agreed to something, you could take it to the bank.