Charles E. Cook
Charles E. Cook 66 of Potter died Tuesday evening, November 11, 2014 at Sidney Regional Medical Center.
Cremation has taken place and no formal services are planned.
You can view the online obituary and share condolences with the family at www.holechekfuneralhome.com.
Charles Cook was born in February 13, 1948 to the Naomi and David Cook in Kansas City, Kansas. Later, the family did move to Kimball, Nebraska.
When they lived in Kimball, Nebraska his parents Naomi and David Cook ran the Moose Lodge. Later, he became a master carpenter for the railroad. He lived and worked various places before settling down in Potter, Nebraska around the 1970”s.
Once living in Potter, he purchases a farm north of Potter, Nebraska for his home.
Surviving relatives are two sons David and John Cook, of Tacoma. WA; two daughters Kandy Cook, of Potter, NE; Misty Dawn Cook, of Bridgeport, NE; brother Bill Cook of Kimball, NE; also 3 Grandchildren, 3 Great-Children
He was preceded in death by his parents, David and Naomi Cook.
Holechek Funeral and Cremation in Sidney is assisting the Cook family with arrangements.
(by Kandy Cook)
When I was an l little girl I remember waiting so eagerly to hear your key chain wiggle when you came home.
You taught me how to build just about anything. How to keep a sound car, you bought my horse (tootsie) taught me how to work with patience, strength, and heart,
And, above all you called when you needed me.
Truth is there is you every time I think of who I looked up to, wanted to make proud, needed when he needed me , now you’re my tears and my memories, my father and my dad. The best man I ever knew.
Mom is waiting as she always did. She is yours in mind, heart and now in sprit. She has beckoned you to join her in a world where pain no longer exists.
Anyway Dad we are being left here with all this and none of it means nothing without you.
My daddy; as always, now, and forever.
Till’ we see you again.
Hear is our hearts and then go’s my life…