We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Adams-Buggs Funeral Service
It is with heartfelt sympathy that we announce the passing of Antoinette Cooper of Gadsden, AL, who transitioned on Monday, August 1, 2022, at the age of 60. We ask that you keep her family and friends in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
Ms. Antoinette M. Cooper was born on March 25, 1962, to Josephine Baker and the late Charles E. Cooper in Chicago IL, as a young child she moved to Alabama with her father where she graduated from Gadsden High with her two kids, while still attending high school she worked with her father at his BBQ place “Cooper’s BBQ “, she then started working at holiday inn for a total of 6 years and found a better job doing custodian work at DHR for a total of 11 years.
She confessed to Christ at an early age she attended Fellowship Baptist Church with her father for several years and was a loved and devoted member
Ms. Antoinette M. Cooper was preceded in death by her father Charles E Cooper; great-grandmothers, Lula Danner and Etta Bell Wyatt; and her oldest daughter, Twayla L. Cooper
She leaves to cherish her lovely memories her loving sons, Ladunta Cooper and Bronta Cooper; daughter, Charlsta Cooper; siblings, David Cooper, Phillip Anthony, and Paris Black, Violet King; grandkids, Nyonna Broadnax, Laduntauna Cooper, Jasmine Settles, Tityuana Melson-Cooper, De’Veonta Croft, Alayah Cooper, Àiyanna Cooper-Jelks, Nivea Cooper, A’Riyah Cooper-Jelks; devoted mother Josephine Baker, and a host of nieces and nephews, her God-mama, Jimmie Leonard, special friends, Rachel Jones, Faye Lindsey, Mr & Mrs. DeRamus.