Cooper Bullock Obituary, Death- Cooper James Dent Bullock and Nancy Edwards Bullock, his loving parents, had him on December 7, 1999, in Provo, Utah. He is clever and kind. Cooper died tragically at 23 on October 29, 2023, leaving a lasting legacy. Cooper graduated from Bonneville High School in 2018 after attending Rigby and Idaho Falls throughout his brief life. He triumphantly graduated from Porterhouse in Shelley with a Radiation Control degree in 2019 due to his drive and ambition.
He began his career with Energy Solutions in Grantsville, Utah, in 2020, but returned to Idaho in 2021 to serve as a Radiation Control Technician for the INL. Cooper’s infectious charm made coworkers lifelong friends by instantly connecting with everyone. Cooper loved the outdoors outside of work. Hunting was his lifestyle. He enjoyed sharing the experience with his loved ones most. It was about companionship, laughing, and mountain memories, not just the hunt.
Young, he had a large collection of hunting trophies that he proudly displayed at home. Cooper loved sports and the outdoors. He was an expert on football and a Dolphins fan. He could talk to anyone about the game and spread his enthusiasm. Cooper was spontaneous and adventurous, eager for adventure day or night. He made sure others knew he loved them. His humor was well-suited to various backgrounds, and he made friends easily.
The death of Cooper has created an unfillable vacuum. He made a profound impression on those who knew him, and they will always remember him. Cooper lost his loving grandfather, James Dean Bullock, and grandmother, Karen Eileen Edwards. He is survived by his grieving parents, James and Nancy, and his loving grandparents, Ellen K Bullock of Santaquin, UT, and OJ Edwards of Yuma, AZ.
Eckersell Memorial Chapel (101 W Main St Rigby, ID 83442) will have Cooper’s funeral on November 3, 2023, at 12:00 p.m. Friends and family can pay their respects and share their recollections of this exceptional young man at a viewing from 10:30 to 11:45 a.m. before the service. Cooper will be missed by those who knew him.