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Eleanor Cooke

Eleanor Cooke

Monday, March 25th, 1946 Monday, December 30th, 2019

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Obituary for Eleanor Elizabeth "Ellie" Cooke (Onidi)

DERBY– Eleanor “Ellie” (Onidi) Cooke, age 73 of Derby, beloved wife of William “Bill” Cooke, entered peaceful rest on Monday, December 30, 2019 in Griffin Hospital surrounded by family. Born in Bristol on March 25, 1946, she was a daughter of the late Ermin and Dorothy (Stewart) Onidi.

A graduate of Seymour High School, Class of 1964, Ellie worked for Hitchcock Chair Co. as a stenciler and as a compositor at the Evening Sentinel. Ellie loved to travel and went on many cruises with Bill. She loved online gaming and was known as “Sweety” in World of Warcraft.

In addition to her beloved and devoted husband of 51 years, survivors include her loving daughters, Beth Kosko (Bill) and Audra Cooke (Renee Bailey); siblings, Ray Onidi (Janet) of Beacon Falls, Helen Bouchard (Norman) of FL, Cindy Beauchmin (Paul) of Naugatuck, and Ed Downs of West Hartland; brother-in-law, Mike Mazzarella of Southbury, as well as many nieces, nephews,extended family, and dear friends she met along her journey. Ellie was predeceased by her sister, Susan Mazzarella.

Ellie shared her positive smile, kindness,inspiration and contagious laugh with everyone. Ellie served as a role model, extended aunt a “grandmother.”She will be sorely missed by all.

The Ralph Hull Funeral Home, 161 West Church St. Seymour, CT 06483 has been entrusted with her arrangements, and all services will be private at the convenience of the family. Memorials may be made to the family in Ellie’s honor.

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Jayne Fifer

I am so very sorry for the passing of Ellie. While she is in eternal peace i know how hard it will be to carry on without her. You will and we will all be with our loved ones who have passed as God calls each of us home. I am reading all the messages and everyone feels the loss, and remembers her always with a smile. she left a happy footprint on everyone's heart. Her life was fill with purpose and she did everything with a smile. Please don't sadden her as she watches over you. I am sure she would want everyone to know, until you meet with her again, she wants you to live your life remembering her love for you. she was to happy of a person to see you sad. so, celebrate her. remember her, talk to her, feel her loving arms around you. and when you meet up again she will say thank you for not letting her passing ruin ruin your remaining days on earth. she is at peace and happy to be with others she had to say good-bye to and is now reunited with. always remember it's never good-bye, it's always, until we meet again.
Comment | Posted at 05:21am via Condolence
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Paula George

Audra and family I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Comment | Posted at 05:12pm via Condolence
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Paula Scalisi

Bill,
I was so saddened to hear about Ellie's passing. I hope and pray that you will have strength during this time of loss. You have my deepest, sincerest sympathy.
Comment | Posted at 05:48pm via Condolence

Paula Grzejka

Bill, Audra and Beth so sorry for your loss Ellie was a very special lady i was honored to have been able to call her a dear friend. She'll be greatly missed.
Comment | Posted at 11:13am via Condolence
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Helena Case

Dear Aunt Ellie,
Thank you for always being there, messaging me, continuously being supportive to me and my family over the years. I will miss your messenger messages, loving supportive comments, and visits to our area for pizza or family get together. You always made me feel loved. You had such a light in your eyes and infectious laugh and smile. My deepest sympathies to Uncle Bill, your life long husband and friend and to your loving daughters, my cousins Beth and Audra. Also, sympathies to all of your other family and friends who adored you and will miss you. May you RIP and may your loved ones find peace. We love you, Aunt Ellie 💜
Comment | Posted at 10:06pm via Condolence
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