Billy  Cook
Billy Cook, 89, of Campbell died Tuesday in Greenville. Funeral services will be 10:00 AM, Friday at Coker-Mathews Funeral Home Chapel with Dr. Glenn Cook and Rev. Robert Cook officiating. Interment will be in Memoryland Memorial Park. Visitation will be Thursday, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at the funeral home.
Mr. Cook was born in Hunt County, Texas on February 15, 1930. He was the son of Sam Cook and Margaret Wood Cook. He married Geraldine Carr on April 24, 1946 in Durant, Oklahoma. She preceded him in death. He later married Virginia Ruth Horton Sasser in Campbell, Texas on February 22, 1993. He was the longtime owner of Billy Cook Saddle Company and a Baptist.
Survivors include his wife, Ruth Sasser Cook; son, Xavier Cook; daughters, Mary Garcia, Billie Cook and Makayla Cook; step-son, Milton Sasser; brother, Herbert Cook and wife Marie; and grandchildren, Cynthia Garcia, Dominic Garcia, Caleb Sasser, Jacob Morgan and Katy Baker.
He was preceded in death by his parents; first wife; daughter, Mary Cook; son, Sammy Cook; and brothers, Glenn Cook, Sr. and J. C. Cook.
Pallbearers will be Miguel Rico, Tony Orsonio, Rutilo Orsonio, Rubin Orsonio, Jose Martinez and Martin Turrubiantes.
Billy was a loving father and loved by his loving family.
Published on October 2, 2019

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Cynthia Garcia
Oct 08, 2019
Gay Farr
Oct 08, 2019
I worked for Billy in Sulphur for 11 years. He was a wonderful employer and all of the employees loved him. I am so sorry for his family, he was a wonderful man and he will be missed.
Debbie Cox Earls/James Cox Saddlery
Oct 05, 2019
My sympathies go out to Billy's family. We have sold his saddles and strap goods in our store for many years. Quality tack. Prayers to the family.
neal bartholomew/the cowboy store
Oct 04, 2019
a great friend,billy did a lot for me with my saddles and tack.he was my close friend
Gary & Deniece Fitzgearld Bitner
Oct 04, 2019
Special prayers for this family.
Kent Doyle
Oct 03, 2019
A great friend, Billy did a lot for me when I was young. Rode his horses ( good horses ) ; roped his calves; pulled his trailers; he gave me ropes and strings.
Great saddle maker .
Love to family !
Kent Doyle
Marcella Dean
Oct 03, 2019
What a great man the world lost. And excellent saddle maker. Always such a nice man. May you Rest In Peace Mr. Cook. My prayers are with the family.
Ray Atkinson
Oct 03, 2019
Billy was a good friend, have not seen him since I moved to Idaho, be I traded him Beefmaster bulls for saddles over the years, we had fun drinking coffee and "haggling" over the price of bulls and saddles..Thats been many years ago, and I had probably 6 or 7 saddles, but the best one was one he personally made for me..I wore it out over the years..Rest in peace Billy I will look you up in the not to distant future and we can do some swapping, I guess the good Lord will allow us coffee!!
MARIA E VEGA-CANO
Oct 03, 2019
MY CONDOLENCES GOES OUT TO HIS FAMILY. MR. COOK MAY HE REST IN PEACE.
Norma (Jean) Carr Rogers
Oct 03, 2019
My condolences I was sad to hear this news. I have many fond memories of my Uncle Bill from childhood. My brothers and I loved our visits to his saddle shop and riding the horses. May he go with GOD. My prayers for his family.