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Randy Lynn Cooper

01/29/1943 - 12/25/2020
Service Date: 01/04/2021
Service Time: 11:00 AM
Service Location: The Wright House - 636 W University Dr, Mesa, AZ 85201

Sadly, our adored husband, father and grandfather Randy Lynn Cooper passed away on December 25, 2020. He was the son of Edna & George Cooper, born January 29, 1943 in Hurricane, Utah. He graduated from Catalina High School and The University of Arizona in Tucson. Randy is survived by his high school sweetheart, the love of his life, his eternal companion Sally, and their 6 children and spouses: Adam (Catherine), Kelly (Darin), Cori, Shelby (Jay), Mason (Ann), Logan (Ashley), along with 23 grandchildren, and 2 great grandchildren.

His faith and love for The Lord, and for others was easily seen in the service he willingly gave wherever it was needed.  He faithfully served in many church callings as a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, his favorite callings included working with the youth in the Young Men’s program and working in the Mesa Temple.

Randy worked tirelessly and meticulously as an accountant and as a contractor but loved using his talents and attention to detail to restore classic cars and trucks. He could fix or restore literally anything. Though he had many hobbies, he loved his family more than anything else in life.  He was the best at combining his love for his family with his hobbies which included family trips camping, to the beach and Mexico, water skiing, driving his sand rail at the dunes, attending sporting events, and especially watching his grandkids play or perform. He also loved settling down with a Dr. Pepper, some popcorn, and a good book, or any movie (he never saw a bad one).

Randy was always smiling, laughing, and was never too busy to help anyone who needed a hand, whether they were a friend or complete stranger, he was always willing to give whatever he had, time or possessions, to help others. He was humble and selfless; we will be forever grateful for his example and will miss him dearly.


The celebration of his life will be on January 4, 2021 at 11:00 am

The Wright House  –  636 W University Dr, Mesa, AZ 85201


The Service will be broadcast live on Zoom for those who prefer remote attendance.

Time: Jan 4, 2021 11:00 AM Arizona


Meeting ID: 863 2167 7964

Passcode: 871967


  • Simply put, a great man taken too soon. He was loved and will be missed by many. RIP Uncle Randy.

  • Richard & Suzanne DeMaio

    Accept our condolence, we had the opportunity to host Randy & Sally on different occasion, great family Randy you will be missed. Our prayers are with you and your family.

  • I’ll always remember that constant smile and the Christmas Eve story time,with all the grandchildren at his feet. You will be so missed, dear brother inlaw

  • Paul & Shirley Sewell

    Randy you will truly be missed by so many people. You and Sally have been such great friends. We met you when you only had Adam and Kelly and we had our two younger children who were close to the same age.
    Such wonderful memories. God bless you and your family.

  • Donald & Mary Clark

    Randy was the man that everybody loved. Always had something kind to say about everyone. Always loved your smile, and the way you made us feel special. You will truly be missed.

  • So sorry for your loss, I know your brother Ron…blessing to all..😪🙏🏻

  • Kimberley Clark Kartchner

    Love this family! Randy was a gentle giant . Always thinking of others . We off er our condolences to Sally.
    So many great memories at the dunes . Much love to Sally and the children . ❤️

  • You truly will be missed. It was a pleasure to know you. Thank you for all your wonderful services you were always doing. I’ll always remember your kindness to me and your wonderful smile.

  • Denise Phelan-Propst

    Words cannot express adequately enough the loss of this man that will be felt by so many. Sally and family I hold you all dear to my heart and pray for peace for you all.

  • Abby Scott Ñonthe

    Brother Cooper He was the first person that welcomed me to the YSA ward he helped out the ward so much when I was there . Every time I would see him he was always happy and always serving thankful that I met him and that he was part of my life . He served the young single adults for a couple years it was so fun to be around him !

  • Randy will forever be remembered as one of the kindest men I have ever known. Having the Coopers as neighbors as neighbors and friends is a huge blessing. Randy and Sally provided so much service to my family, especially when my father grew very ill with cancer. They brought meals, they entertained, they buoyed spirits. And they continue, every day to be a strength and a support to my widowed mom. My sincerest condolences go out to Sally and all of Randy’s immediate and extended family.

  • Donald & Mary CLark

    Randy was a great man and father. Always had a smile for us, and made us feel we were the most important person. He will be missed.

  • Always full of kindness, love, and forgiveness. As a kid in their ward, Randy and Sally were such great examples to me of how to live an authentic life. Even when they weren’t assigned as my scout leader or den mother I was learning from them. Love you Cooper family.

  • I so loved working with Randy and Adam so many years ago. So many hours of smiles and laughing while we worked. Randy’s was always an excellent example of kindness and humility. I will miss him dearly. Ron Brown

  • I am grateful for his example as a young man growing up in Lehi. Prayers to his family and may the Holy Spirit comfort them during this time.

  • Diane Rector Tietz

    Sally, I remember you and Randy from Catalina High, you two were beautiful together. I’m so sorry you lost him way too soon. My regards and sympathy are being sent your way, to you and your extended family, how wonderful they are there to support you. RIP great man!
    I also remember working with your sister Carol at TMC, I think of her often and always wonder how she is doing, please let her know Marilyn and I think of her. Sincerely, Diane Tietz

  • Randy had a great impact upon me as a young man in Lehi. We have lost a great man. But heaven is rejoicing in his return. He will truly be missed. Prayers for your family.

  • Chance and Mary Asay

    Sally and Family – we have nothing but fondest memories of a happy, smiling, loving man who was a blessing to his family and all who knew him. We feel honored to be among those who were acquainted with him. Our heartfelt prayers are with you all. Love, Chance and Mary

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