Lacie Cooper (Adams)

Lacie A. Cooper (Adams)

Friday, February 27th, 2004 - Wednesday, September 9th, 2020
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Lacie A. Cooper (Adams), 16, of Alberton passed away Wednesday, September 9, 2020 at Providence St. Patrick Hospital in Missoula. Arrangements are under the care of Garden City Funeral Home.

Lacie Adeline Michael Cooper, daughter of Britt and Justin Adams and Lewis Cooper, was born February 27, 2004 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. She was attending Alberton High School and just started her junior year.

Lacie was an artist who was amazingly creative. She enjoyed hiking, camping and just being in the outdoors. She just began to dabble in skateboarding. Lacie had a passion for animals and loved her St. Bernard, Stego. She loved spending time with her friends; especially her best friends, Kaylie and Kiara. She was a beautiful soul who left a positive imprint with everyone she encountered. Above all else, she was a loving daughter, granddaughter, sister and friend who will be missed by all.

Lacie is survived by her mother, Britt and Justin Adams of Alberton; father, Lewis Cooper of Missoula; siblings, Brody and Stormy Adams; grandparents, Judi (John Hummel) McMillan; Lee McMillan; Keith Adams; Nancy Adams; great grandparents, Harold (Jerry) McMillan and Nora Skartved; extended family and friends.

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Jonah Castro

Posted at 04:57am
Lacie was one of the best friends ill ever meet. I cannot express how saddened i am by this tragedy, Lacie made the world's impact on my life and i can only hope i was able to return to her the same sparkle she held everywhere she went; her impact has shown so much positivity to so many people, she changed so many lives and she certainly has changed mine. my hope is that lacies legacy will inspire others way of living, her kindness and examples of "just being lacie" showed that this world doesn't have to be so cruel and sad. Lacie always believed in seeing the best of things, and i can only give that advice to anyone who thinks back about her and is sad, she would want us to smile thinking of all the fun and goofy times she gave to us all. My prayers go out to Britt, Justin, Brody, Stormy, and Kiara's family, this is a feeling no parent or sibling should ever have to feel. Lacie will be remembered in my heart forever; below i have attached some of my favorite pictures of her.

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