Cynthia Cooper-Beauchemin, of St. Peter, MN, died at home in her sleep Saturday, February 9 at age 81. Cynthia was born in Henniker, NH in August 1937 to Paul Morgan Cooper and Eleanor Gladys (Coulter) Cooper. She was the middle child, raised in NH with her two older sisters and two younger brothers. She travelled around the South in her 20s and came back to NH in her 30s, where she had and raised her daughter, Thia. While in the South, she became a member of the Church of God of Prophecy and planted a church in NH upon her return. She worked as a housekeeper at the Elliot Hospital in Manchester, NH for 20 years, retiring at 62. At age 70, she married her neighbor, Daniel Beauchemin. In her last months, she moved to MN to live near her daughter, taking her first flight in 30 years and loving every minute of it. She would liked to be remembered for her love of Jesus and for sharing Jesus’ love with as many people as possible. She is survived by her husband, Daniel Beauchemin, NH, her daughter Thia Cooper, MN, her sister Durean (Cooper) Caron, FL, and her brothers David Cooper, FL and Larry Cooper, NH. She was predeceased by her parents and her sister Marvis (Cooper) Lippton.
Services are pending and will be held in St. Peter, MN in February and in Manchester, NH in June.