Eberechukwu Cooper (Chuckie Winchester), 40 Dayton, OH passed away on December 18, 2020 with his family by his side, (who he loved with all his heart). Eberechukwu was an educated, hardworking man who took pride and great enjoyment in providing for his family. He excelled in Kung fu, Wu Shu, Ninjitsu, Karate and Tai Chi as a child and into adulthood. In his free time, he took great pleasure in writing science fiction novels, acting, music composing and directing science fiction films. He also showed his creative and artistic brilliance through photography, graphic designer, and music.
Eberechukwu was a cultured and spiritual man who valued the importance of being an African American so much that he was determined to create language to embody the meaning of being black and proud. He was a Mason (St John's Lodge 14, F.&.A.A.Y.R.M) and a Melchizedek Priest, ordained by Dan Chesboro from The Sanctuary of the Beloved, Engineering degree and several certificates from various organizations.
Known as E. Cooper and Chula he was a beloved friend and mentor to all. He took great pride in encouraging and inspiring others to be “The best you, you can be!” He touched every person’s path he crossed. He was a devoted father and husband who loved creating memories with his family. He lived life to the fullest.
He is survived by his wife Tierra Cooper Sr, mother Verna (Kim) Winchester, Father Gary (Lolanda) Cooper. Mother and father-in-law, Twanda and Henry Anderson. Sisters Melissa (Virgilio) Perez, Tasha. Brother Johnny (Tonya) Winchester, his children Evere, King, Tyanne, Ta’Njai, Twanda, Jaimie and Tierra Jr, Sandarius and grandchildren Kayden, Mari, Shaquille, Tyshaun, Keir’Rah, Kennya, Ja’Rim, Kari and Taliyah. Loving aunts, Elizabeth Hammon and Ella. Special family: The Musa’s, Chappell’s, Watt’s cast members of several stage plays, Norwood, Garcia, and Huffman’s who loved him dearly.
A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Saturday January 2, 2021 at 2:00 p.m. Arthur O. Fisher Park, 5661 Dayton-Liberty Rd Dayton, Ohio 45417.
The family of E. Cooper would like to thank everyone for all the love and support shown through this difficult time!
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