Harold Eugene Cook Jr.

October 31, 1948 - September 10, 2020

Harold Eugene Cook Jr., age 71, of Frisco, Texas, passed away on Thursday, September 10, 2020.

A remembrance gathering will be held at Frisco Lakes Golf Club, 7170 Anthem Drive, Frisco, Texas, on Monday, September 14, 2020, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.

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Even though we were married only a few years, we have a wonderful, beautiful son and for that I will always be grateful. May you rest in peace. Genie Genie Smith, September 18, 2020 I am missing you so much, my friend. I feel so helpless. So sorry. Debra, September 16, 2020 I pray that you rest peacefully in the heavens above knowing that the Legacy you leave behind no amount of gold could ever purchase. You gave to the world, to our family and friends, my beloved brother, nieces, and nephew. Though I did not know you very well, it is for the legacy you leave behind for which I am eternally grateful. Samantha King, September 14, 2020 Looking good on your 71st Birthday. Wish there would have been many more.
Debra Graef, September 14, 2020
Sad to hear of Gene's passing. Keeping his friends and family in my thoughts and prayers during this time of grief. With much love from Woodstock, GA. Brandi Greene, September 13, 2020 I have only known you a mere fourteen months but we have shared some fun times together. Your 71st birthday dinner at Reunion Tower, The Gruene Wine Festival and Bacon Brothers Concert, jeep rides and Testa pizza. If COVID hadn't hit we would have shared 10 days in Greece. Sorry that didn't happen. I know you were looking forward to it. Thanks too for the several times I called you late at night to take me to the ER including New Years Eve for an appendicitis attack. You were always there for me. I looked forward to the times you picked me up at the airport because I knew you would have a wine glass and wine waiting in the front seat for me. That always made me laugh. You helped me with the purchase of new home and the sale of my old home. Time was too short, my friend. I shall miss you. Debra
Debra, September 13, 2020