Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.”
Cooper Bradley Collins
January 7, 2021, ~ September 21, 2021
Cooper was the happiest baby you’ve ever met with the brightest blue eyes and the cutest dimples. He loved his siblings; his brother could always make him laugh. Although we only had short 8 months with him, he left a mark on each person that came in contact with him. He was and will always be our baby. He loved to eat any and everything possible and had just got 2 top teeth and 2 bottom. He was a momma’s boy but never wanted his daddy to get out of his sight. His jumper was his favorite toy he would literally jump until he fell asleep attacking his mommies face with all the kisses and slobbers made him so happy. Cooper had the biggest smile and would show it to you the moment you looked at him. Gigi was his first word and he loved her so much she would always sing to him when he was in the hospital to calm him down.
Cooper leaves to cherish his memory his parents, Canon Cooper and Cheyenne Dean (Cain) Collins of the home; siblings, Carson Collins, Chloee Collins and Caitlee Collins; grandparents, Candice Collins of Broken Bow, Jan and Ray Cahill of Valliant, Jeremy and Angela Cain of San Leon, TX, Cye and Rachel Collins of Hooker; great-grandparents, De & Penny Cooper of Broken Bow, Dave and Sandra Collins of Goodwell, Carol and Melvin Kuykendall of Wright City and Wanda Rogers of Mountain Dale, OR; great-great-grandmother, Hazel Cain, North Plains, OR; special aunt and uncle, Jay Cain and Caylee Collins; cousins, Emyree Bridges and Oaklynn Cain.
He is preceded in death by his cousin, Case Bray; aunts and uncles, Becky Kuykendall, Shawn Hutchings, Brad Collins, Melvin Kuykendall and Michael Shields; great-grandfather, Mike Cain; great-great-grandparents, Bessie and Raymond Rogers.
Memorial Service, Saturday at 10:00 A.M., September 25,2021 at Bunch Singleton Funeral Home Chapel, Broken Bow, OK
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