Marion Clifford Cook

Marion Clifford Cook, 88, of Ladoga passed away December 6, 2018 at his residence.  He was born January 22, 1930 in Morning View, Kentucky to Jesse C. and Mamie L. (Cope) Cook. His first wife, Marcia A. Cook, passed away February 2, 2005. He married Jo Ann Peffley (Overholser) Cook on November 5, 2005.

After graduating high school he proudly served in the United States Air Force.  He was the owner and operator of Cook’s Trash Service for 18 years in Ladoga, IN. He was a member of Whitesville Christian Church.

Clifford loved to ride motorcycles, spending time with his family, and share wonderful stories.

He is survived by his wife, Jo Ann Cook, Ladoga, IN; daughters, Debbie (Lewis) Wright, Crawfordsville, IN and Jody Dwyer, Springfield, MO; three grandchildren, Matt Dwyer, Zachary Wright and Megan Dwyer; two great grandchildren and  brother, Dale (Cora) Cook, Ladoga, IN. He has four stepchildren, thirteen step grandchildren and twenty-four great step grandchildren.

He is preceded in death by his parents, first wife, and brother, Jim Cook.

There will be a Graveside service for Clifford at a later date.  Servies & Morgan Funeral Home has been entrusted with the funeral arrangements.



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12 thoughts on “Marion Clifford Cook

  • Rena (Melvin) Carr

    I’m sorry that I never got to meet you but Thank you so much for making my Aunt JoAnn happy again <3 You were loved by so many and you will be missed!

  • Debbie, Lewie and Jody

    Thank you all for the kind words about Dad. He lived a full and wonderful 88 years. A special thanks goes out to his outstanding care givers, Kimberly, Madonna and Chrissy and to the Peffley Family for their compassion, dedication and love. Dad was truly loved and will be missed by all who knew him.

  • Megan Dwyer

    You are loved and will be missed very much. I am so proud to say that I am one of the few that got to call you Grandpa! I will always remember your stories. Fly high with Grandma and know that you both are thought of everyday!

    I Love You!

  • Judith Cross

    Clifford will be dearly missed. In good weather, he was the best part of stopping at the Post Office because he generally was on his porch and having great conversations with those of us who stopped by!

  • Kathy Howard

    I’ve known Clifford my whole life loved him and his family even if he always called me by my sister’s name who was closeto his age Fly high you will be missed

  • Sue Cook

    Clifford always had a story, usually a funny one! I asked my granddaughter, Lindsey if she remembered him, and that’s what she said,too. He will be missed. 🙏🙏🙏 by all our family.

  • Donica Miller

    I only knew Clifford a few years but he was a wonderful man. Everyone was welcome at his house. He treated me & my family like his own. Love you Clifford. Going to miss you very much.