Jade Cooper Death, Obituary – Jade Cooper’s family is inconsolable after learning of her peaceful passing on Easter Sunday. She passed away in the arms of her devoted husband, Ben Cooper, and was accompanied by members of her loving family. The condition known as cystic fibrosis was identified in Jade when she was just six months old. Since that time, she has spent the last 29 years pitting every ounce of strength she has against this monstrous foe. She had two double-lung transplants and then dove herself into life, living it to the fullest and giving it all she had.
She persisted in doing so despite the fact that she was in a terrible state of health. Everyone who interacted with her was deeply and favorably impacted by her presence. Her presence was a force for good. She was a force to be reckoned with, not just because she was motivating and tenacious but also because she was smart in so many other ways. The cadaver that formerly belonged to Jade has just been accepted into the faculty of Dalhousie University’s Medical School.
The family wishes to express their gratitude to the exceptional team of medical experts who provided care for her over the years in hospitals in Fredericton, Saint John, and Toronto General Hospital. They are grateful for the many different presents that they have received over the last several years to aid with the expenditures of her medical care, and they express their appreciation for these contributions.
Elisabeth “Beth” Fellows, Jade’s mother, died suddenly in 2012, leaving her daughter parentless. Her father Clint Tripp (Melissa), her sisters Holli Rigden (Jim) and Samm Mayberry (Ben); her brothers Reid (Madison) Tripp and Jasper Tripp; her grandparents Robert and Margaret Fellows, Jim and Kathy Tripp, and Ardith Kinney; her nieces Kailie and Ashley Rigden, as well as a large number of aunts, uncles, and cousins, are among those who are able to remember her.
Step-siblings Clark (who is married to Tara), Elizabeth (who is married to Patrick), Theresa (who is married to Scott), and Bradford Richards are also among those who have been able to survive, in addition to a number of nieces and nephews, including Ciarán and Niamh O’Connell-Cooper, Zoey and Blake Cooper, Juniper, Linden and Hazel, Sylvia and Winnie Richards.
In lieu of flowers, the family begs that donations be forwarded to the email address email@example.com or, in memory of Jade Cooper, to Cystic Fibrosis Canada. The cash will be used by both groups to assist in covering the huge medical expenditures that are associated with receiving treatment in Toronto. https://walk-cysticfibrosiscanada.crowdchange.ca/page/pearlcooley
A celebration of life will be held at Kingswood Lodge in Hanwell, New Brunswick, on April 14, 2023. The address of the venue is 1700 Kingswood Way. Following the private meeting for close family members, there will be an informal celebration of life between the hours of 2:00 and 4:00 p.m., at which time we will share our many Jade memories with one another.
The event will begin with a gathering for immediate family members. It is highly advised that you use masks, although their usage is in no way needed in any form. On the Facebook page that belongs to Jade, there will be a livestream of the event