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|Posted by: Lucille Howard|
Thu December 21, 2017
|Richard will always be remembered as Woodville 's Mayor who brought Woodville into the 20th century--city water, sidewalks , school reuions, Woodville fairs to raise funds for the Fire Department . He will be misssed, but we will all have wonderful memories.|
|Posted by: Wanda McCannon|
Fri December 22, 2017
|I was so sorry to hear about Mr. Richard. My prayers are with you all at this time.|
|Posted by: Helen and Drake Taliaferro|
Sat December 23, 2017
|Please know that your family is in our thoughts and prayers!
|Posted by: Barbara Stewart Norris|
Sun December 24, 2017
|Grace, here are some of my happy memories of Richard.
Getting out statements at The Farmers Bank and getting into trouble
cutting up with my grandmother and me. They put me to work early.
He was always so concerned about the elderly black man that had
worked for him so many years. Coming up to Stewart Oil Co. for
the C3 transmission fluid for his tractor. I did not know that he
had passed away until church this morning. Pastor Llowe made the
comment that he was so funny.
|Posted by: Bobby (Bob) and Annabelle (Ann) Harris|
Mon December 25, 2017
|We have come to know Richard very well over the years as he was married to our former 1950 OCHS classmate, Mary Grace Paul. On visits to our Oglethorpe County parents home, Charles & Opal Harris and Johnnie & Demaris Craft, we stopped off in Woodville to visit, as well as many OCHS Reunions. We became good Email friends and until he began to lose his eyesight, we exchanged countless Email forwards that usually included an update on our families. Please know that we love you Grace, and family members. Our prayers are lifted up during this loss of our friend and your loved one.|
|Posted by: Terri Pilgrim|
Wed December 27, 2017
INDOOR GARDEN BASKET was sent by The Pilgrim Family.
Sending our Love and Prayers. The Pilgrim Family
|Posted by: LaVerne Ogletree|
Thu December 28, 2017
|Please accept my heartfelt sympathy. I have always admired the leadership shown by "Mayor Cook" during his terms of office.|
|Posted by: Deborah Smith|
Fri December 29, 2017
|Mr. Richard Cook, Ret. Colonel and Mayor of the City of Woodville, will be greatly missed. Mr. Cook loved Woodville and its citizens. He worked hard to make Woodville a beautiful and safe place to live.
I am so ever grateful to Mayor Cook for the opportunies that he afforded me to extend my knowledge in the political arena in county and city government.
May God the Creator of all, be your strength, comforter, protector just whatever you all need during this time and forever.
|Posted by: Eddie & Tina Brown|
Fri December 29, 2017
|We are so saddened to hear of the passing of Mr. Cook. He was kind and generous to all who knew him. We had the privilege of living across the street from him for 17 years and always enjoyed the view of his home, across the pond. Please know your family will be in our prayers, as you grieve and rejoice the life, love and passion that was, Colonel Richard Cook. Many blessings of peace and love. The Browns|