1 year after his passing, classes surprised with Super Cooper’s favorite things

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CHENANGO FORKS (WBNG) — It’s been one year since the passing of “Super Cooper” Busch, who was well-known and loved throughout the community as he bravely spent nearly half of his life battling leukemia.

He lost that battle on May 6, 2018.

On Monday, exactly one year later, the “Super Cooper Saves the Day” nonprofit formed in his honor surprised the five kindergarten classes at Chenango Forks Elementary School, as well as 35 other area kindergarten classes, with a few of Cooper’s favorite things, including bubbles and popcorn.

Cooper’s mother Tara Busch delivered the gifts to the teachers on Friday. Each class also got a $20 gift card to surprise another class in their school with a random act of kindness.

 

WBNG Staff

WBNG Staff

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