Sam "Buster" Cooper

  • Born: August 15, 1979
  • Died: September 18, 2021
  • Location: Independence, Louisiana

Harry McKneely & Son Funeral Home

PO Box 2035
2000 N Morrison Blvd
Hammond, LA 70404

obits@harrymckneely.com
Tel. (985) 345-5801

Tribute & Message From The Family


Sam "Buster" Cooper was born August 15, 1979, in Hammond, LA and passed away September 18, 2021, at his residence in Independence, LA at the age of 42. He worked in the construction industry and enjoyed cooking and entertaining for his family, loved his motorcycles, and enjoyed doing paint and body work. Sam is survived by his wife, Nancy H. Cooper, children; Christian Duncan, Brittany Duncan, and Bruce Duncan, Jr.; parents, Margaret Gulotta LeBlanc and Robert David LeBlanc; brother, Matthew Caine Cooper; stepbrothers, Steven LeBlanc and John LeBlanc; grandchildren, Lil Terrell, Alasia, Mariah, Sammaya, and Bayleigh; god daughters, Destany, Alexis, Mattisyn, Malia, and Brinlee; and numerous nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his father, Gerald Cooper; maternal grandparents, Buster and Margaret Idee Gulotta; and paternal grandparents, Morris and Nathalea Cooper. Visitation will be at Harry McKneely & Son Funeral Home, 2000 North Morrison Boulevard, Hammond, Thursday, September 23, 2021, from 12:00 pm until religious services at 2:00 pm in the funeral home chapel conducted by Rev. Randy Smith. Interment will follow in Colonial Cemetery, Independence.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

I WILL FOREVER LOVE AND MISS YOU BUSTER

Posted by Nancy Cooper - Independence, LA - Family   September 24, 2021

Margaret,
I haven't seen you in a few years. The last time that I saw you was at a beauty shop in Hammond and we talked for a while like we had just graduated high school. ( Like years hadn't passed) I want you to know that I am very sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to you and your family. May the Lord be with you at this time and help you to heal.

Posted by Judy Latino Zinna - Tickfaw, LA - Classmate   September 23, 2021

Sam was a "one of a kind" cousin that I will never forget. Although he wanted others to think he was such a tough character, he knew he could melt my heart when he would respond, "I love you too, Cuz".
"Sam, I will forever cherish my Mimosa trees you gave me and will be reminded of you as I watch them grow and wait to see their 'soft' blooms. See you later, Son!"

Posted by Freddie Gulotta Cory - Family   September 22, 2021