Jade Michael Cook
Jade Michael Cook, 47, Kokomo, passed away Sunday, Sept. 15, 2019. He was born Sept. 17, 1971, to the late Donald "Skip" Cook and Joyce Lynn Mills in Kansas.
He graduated from Tri-Central High School in Sharpsville and earned an associate degree from Ball State with general sciences. Jade was recently employed with Snavely Machines and NHK. Jade was a grateful recovering addict and was currently participating in the Howard County re-entry court program. By participating in the program, Jade was able to rebuild his life and overcome addiction. He was a talented tattoo artist, working in various shops throughout his life in Kokomo. He is well-known for his artwork. Jade enjoyed riding side-by-side on his Harley with his son, Michael.
Jade loved his family and was proud of his children and grandchildren. His family is proud of his achievements and overcoming the hard path he was previously attached to.
Surviving Jade are his son, Michael Cook and his wife Shelby; daughter, Cadance Reiter; brother, David Combs; sister, Donnel Wright; grandchildren, Jade Cook III, Harley Cook, and Kash Cook; several nieces, nephews and extended family members.
A celebration of life for Jade will take place at Ellers Mortuary on Webster Street from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 22. There will be a moment of prayer and discussion beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Published on September 19, 2019

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Alex, Katie, & the boys
Sep 22, 2019
Love you guys! Keeping you in our thoughts.
The Hook Family
Sep 22, 2019
Today and always we hope that your most favorite memories, and the care and love of those around you...provide some comfort/peace to get you through the days ahead. My families hearts are with you and your family.
Debra DeYarmon
Sep 22, 2019
May the Lord bless and comfort you in this time of grief. Please accept my deepest condolences.