Sadly Nan Cooper lost her battle with cancer on July 1, 2023. She is survived by her 3 kids; Delia, Jennifer(Joel), and Pete. Her 2 grandchildren Trenten and Kamdyn Ann and her nephew Carl. Nan was preceded in death by her parents George and Margaret Tomlin and her siblings Fred, Heather and her twin sister Nina. She grew up in California. As an adult she had 3 kids. That made her a stay at home mom and then when her youngest was 17 she got a job at Safeway. Then in 2008 she got her first grandkid, Trenten. Then in 2010 she got her second grandkid Kamdyn Ann (Kamy). In 2011 she got her dog Coco. She named her Coco because she looked like chocolate or because Nan loved Coke a Cola. She had to have surgery on her neck because it had stuff wrong with it and she couldn’t move her neck after. In 2018 she moved in with her daughter Jennifer’s family. The next year 2019 she retired from Safeway to be a stay at home grandma. She didn’t like not working but she liked being with the kids. In 2020 when COVID was very big Nan and Joel didn’t get it when everyone else in the house did. Then in 2021 we moved into a new house in Arvada by Lake Arbor. There was an outside pool in the neighborhood. That she took Trenten and Kamy to all the time in the summer. She also was jumping into the pool having the best time with her grandkids. She also liked to go down to the lake and look at the ducks because she loved ducks. Somethings she had a lot of were ducks and Elvis, she loved both of them. She loved red bull. I don't know why it's not that good but she loved it and she also loved chocolate, like if we got Olive Garden she didn’t want real food she wanted the chocolate lasagna. She might be mad that I said that but what is she going to do about it? She was an amazing grandma and she loved saying when I was a kid we did this now it's different and you can't do that. She loved to do things for her grandkids. She loved getting artwork from her grandkids. She loved to mess and joke with her grandkids. She loved her grandkids more than her kids some days. She thought about others more than herself.
Written by Kamy Morelock