"Cooper stayed strong until the very end. Even when he was feeling like shit he'd still join our voice chats and talk to us. His sense of humor stayed intact no matter how much he was struggling and I'm going to miss it so much. I wish I was there for him more when he was feeling bad but it's comforting knowing that he's not in any more pain. Fly high, Mungus."
"i've known cooper for a little over a year now and he's always been one of the most positive and funny people i've ever known. throughout my entire time knowing him he was fighting cancer yet it never seemed to slow him down. he always had his head up and was there for others. from the typa person he was you wouldn't have ever guessed what was going on in his life. he was playing games and making jokes and messin around with us as his condition got worse and worse and we never knew the extent of it."
"While I was never close with cooper, he was a strong fighter and honestly a good friend. I wish the best to his family and i hope he rests easy."
"ive been a long time friend of cooper for 3 years. ive been through watching him fight cancer from the start to the finish, and he's so strong for what he had to go though. seeing a photo of what he looked like through chemo was really upsetting, but im so proud of him for being so strong and optimistic past everything. he was an extremely nice friend to us all and never failed to make us laugh. my condolences to everyone hurt, along with coopers family. rest well <3"
“I didn’t know Cooper for long, but in the time I knew him, he was an incredibly fun person to be around, and he was very strong for putting up with what he had to. I have so much respect for him for soldiering through it and still being there to hang out with us, and I’m glad that he can rest easy now. Rest in peace, Cooper.”
"I've known him for nearly 3 years, dude. Every day ever since I discovered he lost the fight, it hasn't been the same. He fought a damn good fight and laughed at the face of cancer every single day, and we cheered him for it. It just feels so unbelievable he actually lost. Cancer is a horrible curse, and someone my age should never have had to deal with this in the first place. Having to tell so many people about his fate crushed my heart, but I know he would want me and everyone else to stay strong, for his sake. Fly High, Cooper. You're immortalized as amongusfan24, but you'll also live on in our hearts."
“cooper was one of my best friends he was always kind, funny, and he always knows how to make our days 10x better if you were feeling down about something cooper would always be there for you with a smile and a joke to cheer you up he was one of if not the best guys i’ve ever known”
“Cooper was the strongest person I’ve know. I knew him for the longest time and his cancer never slowed him down. I hope he flies high In the clouds.“
"I got to know Cooper about 4 years ago along with many others. He was an incredibly funny, and creative guy. During 2020 when COVID hit Cooper got the devastating news about him having cancer but this never deterred him. Despite his circumstances he always stayed strong and always brought a smile to everyone's face. I'll never forget the awesome times when we were running Fortnite squads with everyone for hours on end, I will never forget you Cooper."
"He was a good man, he was kind and funny, he showed an unbelievable amount of gratitude and respect to his friends. He always lit up the room he was in and he was always smiling and spreading smiles. He was taken too soon. I can’t even begin to imagine the pain and the suffering that the family is feeling. I’m so sorry for your loss, my deepest condolences. I loved him, and I’m going to miss him.
Thank you for everything Cooper.
Rest in Paradise, my friend."
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