Delores (Dee) J. Cooper Hall passed away December 6, 2009 in Amarillo, Texas.

Resident of Miami, Oklahoma since 1963, she had recently relocated to Booker, Texas.

Born January 24, 1933 to Herman Warren and Annie Elizabeth McAdams of McLean, Texas.

Survived by one brother; Calvin McAdams of Amarillo, Texas and one sister; Gwen Tidwell of Pampa, Texas, children; Ken Cooper and wife Janell of New Orleans, Louisiana; Kim Paine and husband Bob of Norman, Oklahoma, and Dr. Kary Cooper and wife Shelly of Fairview, Texas. Survived by five grandchildren: Dr. Shelly Guillory of Lake Charles, Louisiana; Kelly Marbry of Shreveport, Louisiana; Collin Cooper, Carson Cooper, and Camden Cooper of Fairview, Texas. Also survived by four great-grandchildren: Luke Guillory and Jack Guillory both of Lake Charles, Louisiana; Kaylen Marbry and Cooper Marbry both of Shreveport, Louisiana. Also survived by nieces; Cara Morris and Celia McClintock and nephews; Alan Tidwell, and Terry, Mike, and Bill Cook.

Preceded in death by husband, Morris (Pete) Cooper of Miami, Oklahoma in 1975 and infant daughter, Karen Cooper in 1952 and one sister; Jo Anne Kelley of Pampa, Texas.

Married to Neal Hall in 1985, who preceded her in death in 2004. Also survived by special friend, Jerry Hunter of Booker, Texas. Graduated from Pampa High School, Pampa, Texas in 1950.

Worked as secretary for Cabot Corporation of Pampa, Texas, as real estate agent for Neal Hall Real Estate of Miami, Oklahoma, and as secretary for First Baptist Church, Miami, of which she was an active member since 1963.

Active member and secretary of the NEO Football and Basketball Booster Clubs for many years.

Visitation will be held Thursday, December 10, 2009 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm at First Baptist Church Miami, Oklahoma.

Funeral services will be held Friday, December 11, 2009 at 10:30 am at the First Baptist Church Miami, Oklahoma with Pastor Rick Longcrier presiding.

Burial will follow at GAR Cemetery, Miami. Pallbearers will be: Ken Cooper, Kary Cooper, Bob Paine, Collin, Carson, and Camden Cooper.

Memorial contributions may be made to First Baptist Church, Miami, Oklahoma or NEO Football or Basketball Booster Clubs.

The family has chosen Cooper-Althouse Funeral Home with their services. Online guestbook and condolences are available at