Amanda Lee Cook

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Amanda Lee Cook

August 13, 1948 - August 03, 2018

Amanda Lee Cook Amanda Lee (Jordan) Cook, affectionately known as "Momma," entered into her heavenly home surrounded by her family on August 3rd, after battling a lengthy illness, at Mount St. Mary's Hospital. She was born August 13, 1948 in Monroe, MI to the late James and Minnie Jordan. Beloved wife of the late Thomas Cook (1982) who was the love of her life.
Amanda was a graduate of Monroe High School and worked in the healthcare field until her retirement. Afterwards, she resumed her love of helping people as a Senior Companion and caregiver until her illness.
Amanda was a hard worker, generous, and had a passionate heart of helping others in their time of need without judgement. She enjoyed spending time with her family and she helped in raising her grandchildren and great- grandchildren. Her favorite pastime was going to garage sales, calligraphy, listening to Gospel music, and reading her Bible.
Her life will be forever cherished by her loving children, Charlene, Tomasina, Jeanine and Thomas. She is survived by her step-children Tracey Cook and Fabian Carter; sister, Adell Caddle; brothers, Sandy Reed and Paul Jordan; several grandchildren, great-grandchildren, godchildren, nieces, nephews and friends. She was predeceased in death by her oldest daughter, Candace Jordan Hunt-Dussett; son-in-law, Robert Hunt; grandchildren, Tristanna Hunt, Sam Cook and Thomas Cook; four sisters, Anna Curry, Mary Gilkey, Manathia Dias and Minnie Jordan.
A Celebration of Amanda's Life will be held on Thursday, August 9th. Visitation will be held at 11AM at the Bethlehem Revival Church, 2010 Virginia Avenue. Services will commence at 12PM. The burial will take place at Riverdale Cemetery. Arrangements by TL Pickens Mortuary Ser., 66 E. Utica St., Buffalo, NY 14209.
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Published on August 7, 2018
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