Bertram Cook
August 15, 1911 - October 26, 2011
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Bertram Newton Cook, 100, of Port Charlotte, Florida passed away Wednesday, October 26, 2011 at Fawcett Memorial Hospital. He was born August 15, 1911 in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. He worked for the U.S. Postal Service as a letter carrier until retirement. He was a member of the National Letter Carrier Association for many years. He…

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Jan Pizzi left a message on November 29, 2011:
Uncle Bert was the best, we loved to tease him and his sense of humor was the dryest. He loved his Red Sox and baseball. He never wanted anyone to fuss over him, he was going to be fine. I moved away so I did not get to see him often but when I did come home for family functions I always sought out Uncle Bert so I could give him a big smooch (which he did not like). Maybe he did but he never let me know. He always wanted to know how I was and Mike he was always a gentle man. I am glad to hear that he had great grandchildren as he always loved kids. I will miss you deeply Uncle Bert.
Bryan Cook left a message on November 7, 2011:
My Grampa was a friend of mine who always had a smile and a word of advice for me. His pride was in his family not in himself. He will be remembered fondly by myself, my wife Gretchen, and 3 of our 4 boys (Blane, Curren, and Julian. Marin is too young to remember but Grampa got to meet him). They were blessed to have had a chance to visit, play, and read with their Great Grandfather. Grampa you will be missed.
Dawn Robson left a message on November 1, 2011:
Bert was my favorite at Lexington Manor. He would tell me he did not want anything to eat and I would give him some things and tell him I would pick them up my next time around and the next thing I knew he was eating. He was a very pleasant man to be around and will be missed.
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