DAVID A COOK

Profile Updated: January 29, 2021
DAVID A COOK
Residing In: Middleburg Hts, OH USA
Spouse/Partner: Tammy
Occupation: Finance Manager Better Health Partnership Cleveland OH
Children: Steven 1989
Brian 1992
Jenny 1995
Stepson Colin 1995
Stepdaughter Lauren 1998
Yes! Attending Reunion
Email Address:

uhemhmetro@yahoo.com

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I hope for all classmates the good fortune I have had. Life throws expected and unexpected highs and lows at us. Very happy to be where I am. my second chance at marriage has been blessed with a wife who makes every day wonderful and 5 kids and stepkids who enjoy being around each other. What could make a dad happier than having his daughter and stepdaughter socialize like they are lifelong friends. My boys are hilarious and help keep me young

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DAVID A COOK has left an In Memory comment for WM BRADFORD DAVIS.
Jun 10, 2018 at 5:33 PM

It always hits hard to see a classmate has passed, knew them well or not.  Brad was among the best of us.  A classy,  calm,  genuine guy.  First met in 7th grade band. Last time I saw him was so long ago,  but remember it very well.  Ran into him somewhere,  and a friend of mine and I dragged him along with us to shoot pool at the Blue Dolphin in Columbia Twp or Olmsted wherever it was. I know he wasn't comfortable with being there,  how much we were drinking.  But he enjoyed the pool and we talked probably til the place closed.  He was the same.  Just a good man. I have no doubt he made a huge difference in the lives of many.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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DAVID A COOK has left an In Memory comment for PAUL A MARCINIAK.
Jan 30, 2015 at 5:33 PM

When I moved to Berea in fourth grade of course all the guys had established patterns and friendships.  I remember vividly trying to join in to football recess the first day.  I was the smallest guy out there and nobody picked me for sides.  Paul had obviously been one of the leaders and quarterbacks.  I kind of drifted on to his team.  I had never met him before,  and the first play he threw me the ball.   That  was him.