Ronald Wayne Cooper, 73, of Sebastian, FL passed away September `1, 2021 in Melbourne FL.
He was born April 18, 1948 in Alexandria, VA the son of Wesley and Evelyn Cooper. He was reared and educated in Virginia and received his Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science and had worked as a computer programmer and as a carpenter in the construction industry.
He served in the U S Army during the Vietnam Conflict from 1968 until 1972.
He had been a resident of Sebastian, FL for 10 years coming from Culpepper, VA.
He is survived by a son and daughter in law: Christopher William Cooper and his wife, Rose Marie Cooper of Sebastian, FL. Also by a brother, Jimmy Wesley Cooper of Sebastian, FL and by a granddaughter, Cassidy Lynn Cooper of Richmond, VA..
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