GROVETOWN, Ga. - Mrs. Louise F. Cook entered into rest Sunday, May 29, 2005 in University Hospital, the widow of the late Mr. Amiel C. Cook.
Funeral services were held Thursday, June 2, 2005 at 11 a.m. at the Thomas L. King Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Brandon Fulmer officiating. Interment was in Bellevue Memorial Gardens.
Family members are one son, John Cook, Appling; one daughter, Amelia Cline, Thomson; one brother, Henry Fields, Toccoa; four sisters, Elmo Morris, Raleigh, NC, Julia Agee, Greenville, SC, Ann Fields, Martinez and Betty Thomson, Tifton; seven grandchildren, Robyn N. (Barry) Eackloff, Julia N. (Billy) Vratsolis, David Nicholson, Leslie N. (John) Hermanns, Ashley C. (Andy) Garner, Carrie C. (Shanon) Serigney and Erick Cook and eight great-grandchildren, Holden and Julian Eackloff, Christian Vratsolis, Shawn Nicholson, Vada Hermanns, Jonathan Garner and Garrett and Koby Serigney.
Mrs. Cook was preceded in death by two sisters, Ophelia Hatch and Janie Pauley. Mrs. Cook was born in Columbia, SC, retired as a nurse with the V.A. Hospital, and a member of the Grovetown United Methodist Church where she was member of the United Methodist Women and the choir. If so desired, contributions may be made to the Grovetown United Methodist Church, 206 E. Robinson Ave., Grovetown, GA 30813.