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Mrs. Agnes Ramey-Cooper, a native of Dayton Ohio, was born May 26, 1943, to the late Mr. & Mrs. Willie Guy & Elsie King Ramey. She made her transition to glory on Friday June 2, 2023. She was the youngest of eight children. She was preceded in death by her husband, Mr. Billy Cooper, her parents, five sisters, Mrs. Gladys Ramey-Sheats, Mrs. Mattie Ramey- Jackson, Mrs. Tommie Ramey-Sneed, Ms. Fannie Maude Ramey, and Ms. Betty Ramey, two brothers, Mr. Willie C. Ramey, and Mr. Frankie Ramey, two nephews raised as her sons, Mr. Rodney and Michael Ramey.
Growing up in Dayton, Ohio, she attended Dayton City Schools. She began her career in the medical field at an early age. She was employed at various companies; First Home Makers, Miami Valley Hospital, Good Samaritan Hospital, and Life Care Hospital where she retired as a unit coordinator in 2005.
Agnes attended Sinclair College where she majored in Mental Health Technology, and Wilmington College where she majored in Criminal Justice. She attended Ohio Institute of Allied Health where she received her CPR certification. Agnes volunteered at Dayton Urban League, and Woman Caring for Other's Incorporation.
Agnes enjoyed traveling, especially to Georgia, where she shared many occasions with her nieces and nephews. She found joy in cooking, playing cards, keeping up with the latest fashions and entertaining her family, friends, neighbors, even strangers.
She was an Eastern Star and a devoted member of Greater Love Missionary Christian Church where she served on the Missionary Board for many years. Agnes genuinely loved the Lord; she enjoyed taking her family to church to worship with her, and she often shared Bible verses with her family.
She leaves to cherish her memories: daughters, Ms. Kammie Ramey, Mrs. Daronna Pleasant, and Mrs. Betty Ross; stepson, Quran Lester; two granddaughters, Ms. Makey la and Schwuan Robinson; two great grandsons Mr. Sir' Jwuan Robinson and Brayden Thomas, all of Dayton Ohio.
Affectionately known as Aunt Aggie, she shared her love with twenty-eight nieces and nephews, one hundred thirty nine great nieces and nephews, seventy-eight great great nieces and nephews, and thirty-nine great great great nieces and nephews; special nieces, Ms. Adelia Jackson of Dayton Ohio and Ms. Shirley Sheats-Smith of Atlanta Georgia; special nephews Rev. David Ramey of Dayton Ohio and Mr. Johnny Sheats of Monroe Georgia; special cousin, Mr. Gregory Barnes of Chattanooga, Tennessee; caregivers Mrs. Varonna Ramey-Webster and Ms. La Qui ta Roberts; special friends, Ms. Gwendolyn Poe, Ms. Gladys Jeffery and Ms. Rena Mitchell all of Dayton Ohio.