Cooper Funeral Home, is located in Alexandria, Kentucky, and has been faithfully serving the Northern Kentucky community since 1975. Family owned and operated since the beginning, we are truly passionate about what we do, and strive to help guide those who are suffering a loss through a very difficult time. We believe in a meaningful representation of life, and offer wide ranges of services and merchandise to fit the needs of anyone we are called upon to serve.
Ken and Barb Cooper
Ken Cooper graduated from Cincinnati Mortuary in 1965. He worked for several local funeral homes in Campbell County. Ken decided to open his own funeral home in 1975. He and wife Barb began their business in Grants Lick, Kentucky. Ken has been a licensed embalmer and funeral director for over 50 years. He is active in the community with the Masonic Order and the Newport Elks. In 2008, the Cooper’s relocated their funeral home to their current location. He has been serving the community with 24 hour service at both locations for over 45 years.
J.D., Carrie, Kayla and Ashley Cooper
J.D. has grown up in the funeral home. For him, helping others in a difficult time has always been just his way of life. J.D graduated from Pendleton County High School in 1987 and immediately went to Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science where he obtained his Funeral Director and Embalmers license in 1989. If you have been in his office you know he loves to hunt and fish, it is a true passion of his and he loves being outdoors.
Carrie (nee Carmack) Cooper met J.D. in 1992, married in 1995 and they have 2 beautiful daughters Kayla and Ashley. Carrie was a 1992 graduate of Bishop Brossart High School and obtained her Funeral Directors License in 2010. She loves being with her family and friends and loves traveling.
Kayla graduated from Bishop Brossart in 2016 and went on to get her Dental Assisting License and is working at Dr. Stull Orthodontics. Ashley graduated from Campbell County High School in 2019 and will continue on to Thomas More College majoring in Criminal Justice with a minor in Psychology.
Heather Terry joined us in 2017. Heather is a 1994 graduate of Campbell County High School. She has two amazing children, Austin and Allison. Austin is a 2018 graduate of Campbell County High School and Allison will soon follow in 2021. Heather started off helping Carrie with the obituaries, videos and everything else that goes into planning the funeral. She quickly realized that she wanted to learn more. She began helping JD meet with families and assist with other things he needed. In February 2019, Heather became a licensed Funeral Director. She is always willing to jump in wherever she is needed.
Meet our “In Training” Therapy Dog Reverend. He is a long haired German Shepherd and he will be a year old in December. He joined our team here at the Funeral Home this past year and has received lots of positive feed back. He has caught lots of tears already from all ages, he’s always there for a hug and truly enjoys his time here.
10759 Alexandria Pike
Alexandria, KY 41001