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Scottie Sue Miller Cooke

April 1, 1928 April 7, 2018
Scottie Sue  Miller  Cooke
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Obituary for Scottie Sue Miller Cooke

Mrs. Scottie Sue Miller Cooke, age 90 of North Wilkesboro, widow of Charles Michael and Arthur J Cooke, Sr., died Saturday, April 7, 2018 at Wilkes Senior Villages.

To honor the request of Mrs. Cooke, a private graveside service will be held at Mountlawn.

Mrs. Cooke was born April 1, 1928 in Wilkes County to Dewey and Annie Mae Bryant Miller. She retired from Tyson Foods in 1991 and moved to West Palm Beach, Florida where she and her late husband, Arthur, enjoyed retirement activities such as dancing, bingo, and socializing with friends.
The highlight of her life was having her family together for Christmas and her birthdays.

Mrs. Cooke was preceded in death by her parents; her two husbands, Charles Michael and Arthur J. Cooke, Sr.; and two brothers, J.D. Miller and Bob Miller.

She is survived by four daughters, Brenda Doyle and husband, David, of Wilkesboro, Lynn Ellis and husband, Harley, of Millers Creek, Linda Faye Propst of Granite Falls, and Shirley Sigmon of Bradford, PA; four sons, James Michael and wife, Dawn, of North Wilkesboro, John Michael and wife, Martha, of Mooresville, Gary Michael and wife, Julie, of San Diego, CA, and Charles Michael of Wilkesboro; fourteen grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and two great-great grandchildren; and two sisters, Doretha Blevins of Hays, and Vicki Nichols and husband, Kerry, of North Wilkesboro.

The family requests no food or flowers.


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