LEETONIA — Caleb Jeffrey Cope was acquired within the arms of his Heavenly Father on Tuesday, November 10, 2020. Caleb fought a prolonged and brave battle following a tragic accident in 2007.
Caleb was born October 3, 1993, the son of Jeff Cope of New Waterford and Terry (Sensenbaugher) Cope of Leetonia with whom he resided. Along with his mother and father, he’s survived by his brother, Trevor Cope, of Boardman.
Throughout his childhood, Caleb was confirmed within the New Waterford United Methodist Church. He was a proud member of the Boy Scouts, attaining the rank of Second Class and was tapped out for the Order of the Arrow. Whereas enrolled within the Crestview Faculty District, Caleb participated in lots of sports activities however will eternally be remembered by his soccer quantity “44”. He loved looking deer and turkey and caring for his animals.
Caleb was an inspiration to all. His infectious smile, outgoing character and love of household and God will all the time be remembered. His journey united a neighborhood and introduced hope to so many. Caleb might be drastically missed and eternally liked by everybody that knew him. He was the sort of younger man that anybody could be proud to name son, grandson, brother, nephew or buddy.
Alongside together with his mother and father and brother, Caleb leaves his maternal grandmother, Carol Sensenbaugher of Negley and his paternal grandparents, Kay and Keith Cope of New Waterford. He additionally leaves quite a few aunts, uncles and cousins.
Caleb was predeceased by his maternal grandfather, Edwin Sensenbaugher.
Calling hours might be Friday, November 13 from 5:00 p.m. till 7:00 p.m. on the New Waterford United Methodist Church. A funeral service might be held Saturday at 11:00 a.m. on the church officiated by Ken Rambo. Masks might be required and social distancing pointers might be adopted.
The household means that as you bear in mind Caleb, accomplish that with a random act of kindness, a form phrase for a stranger or a prayer for peace. In lieu of flowers, the household requests memorial contributions to Crestview Landing Membership or Seven Ranges Scout Reservation.
Preparations have been entrusted to the Linsley-Royal Funeral Dwelling in East Palestine.