Marshall Cooke, 33, of Amarillo passed away Monday, August 31, 2020, at his home surrounded by his family and close friends. Memorial services will be 2:00 PM Thursday, September 3, 2020, at Trinity Fellowship Church West Auditorium, 5000 Hollywood Rd. with Pastor Kyle Wilkinson officiating.
Marshall was born September 1, 1986 to Amy Cooke, he was a 2005 graduate from Randall High School who then went on to receive his associate degree in general studies. He married his junior high school sweetheart Shasta VanTyle on July 10, 2010, and had three beautiful children. Marshall and Shasta spent many wonderful years together, and he will forever be with her. Marshall loved life and loved being surrounded by his family and friends. He enjoyed all music, especially Taylor Swift and could often be found driving through Amarillo jamming to his music in his Chevy Silverado singing at the top of his lungs. Marshall enjoyed fishing, golfing, and spending time at the lake house with his family. He was a diehard OU "Boomer Sooner" fan and had enough memorabilia and OU clothes to prove it. Marshall enjoyed dancing and never worried about what others thought. He just liked to have a good time. He's remembered by his family as a kind, but not so gentle soul, but he was always loving. Marshall spent many late nights playing XBox and his online gaming community of friends will always remember him. He was preceded in death by his Granddad, William P. Cooke; his faithful childhood dog, Penny.
Survivors include his wife Shasta Cooke; two daughters, Alexis Cooke and Ali Cooke; one son, Kayson Cooke; his grandmother, Alice Cooke of Amarillo; his parents, Bob and Amy Barber of Amarillo; one brother, Lil Bob Barber and future fianceé Ayran Spencer of Amarillo; three sisters, Kaila Neal of California, Brianna Barber of San Antonio and Savanah Barber of Colorado; brother, Seth Jones of Amarillo; best friend, Monica Soliz of Amarillo; mother-in-law, Sue White of Amarillo and bonus mother-in-law, Denise Porter of Florida; and his loving dogs, Chloe, Pixie, Millie, and Bella. Survivors also include a host of additional family and friends.
The family would like to extend a special thank you to the "Warriors for Marshall Cooke"; Gowdy Flooring, Texas Oncology and the High Plains Senior Care Hospice.
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