Memorial services for Angela “Angie” Rose Tuneburg Cooper Gass, 44, of Greenville will be at 11:00 a.m., Friday, June 23 at Boone Funeral Home, Greenville. She passed away on Friday, June 16 as the result of a head-on collision in Leland. Arrangements are under the direction of Boone Funeral Home, Greenville.
Angie was born on September 9, 1972 in Greenville, MS to George and Vera Tuneburg of Wayside. She grew up with a younger sister, Beth and these two were inseparable. She also had quite a few cousins she spent her childhood and teenage years with day in and day out. Angie graduated from Horn Lake High School in 1990.
She loved being with her friends, it didn’t matter what she was doing as long as she was surrounded by people she loved and loved her. She was always up for new things, and was such a go getter and had such an amazing outgoing personality. It didn’t matter who you were, if she knew you or not, before you left her sight you would know her and she would know you. She didn’t believe in strangers, just unmet people looking for a new friend.
Angie gave birth to 2 great children, a boy and a girl, and every ounce of love went to those kids before anyone else her kids came first in her life, before she ate her kids ate, before she slept her kids would sleep. She was the worlds most amazing mother, but being human she did make mistakes but never to bad she couldn’t make her amends she always made sure she was on good terms with everyone.
She was preceded in death by her daughter, Jessica Necole Cooper on December 1, 2016. She is survived by a son, Branden Cooper; her parents, George and Vera Tuneburg; sister, Beth Walton; 4 grandchildren, Joseph Stewart, Mason Cooper, Reese Cooper and Bryliegh Cooper; 2 nieces, Emily Baggett and Hailey Walton; many cousins, aunts, uncles and so so many wonderful friends.
The family request any donations to be mailed to Boone Funeral Home, P. O. Box 464, Greenville, MS 38702 or dropped off at their office at 905 Main Street.
“Thank you to everyone who played a role in my Moms life in a positive way. She loved with all her heart and gave all she had to give. So thank you, I will forever be grateful”. “Mom, I still see your face before me, your voice I long to hear.. I miss and love you dearly, God knows, I wish you were here. Tears fall freely from my eyes, like a river filled with grief. My only comfort now, is that from pain you found relief. Missing you Mommy”.