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Joseph “Joey” David Cochran, 31, of Kansas City, Missouri passed away March 1, 2021. Joey was born on May 10, 1989 in Kansas City, Missouri.
Joey was raised in Raytown. He attended Raytown South High School.
He was preceded in death by: grandmother, Aucoin; uncle, Dennis; cousin, Darrel; and best friend, Jake.
Survivors include: daughter, Jacqueline Jo; parents, Chris and Jacque Cochran; sisters, Donna Aucoin and Elizabeth Cochran; beloved aunt, Jo; nephews, Billy and Odie; nieces, Daisy and Joey Sue; grandmother, Lois Marriott; grandfather, David Cochran; and a host of aunts, uncles, and cousins.
A visitation will be held on Monday, March 8, 2021 from 2:00pm-4:00pm at Heartland Cremation & Burial Society, 6113 Blue Ridge Blvd, Raytown, MO 64133.
I just wanted to reach out and offer my condolences.. I’m truly sorry to hear about Joey.. I can’t imagine the pain you all are feeling. As I know I knew you all when we were younger, I still hold a place in my heart for all of you.. Liz, Donna, Joey, Jacque and Chris! You all took me in and I will never forget that! I’m sorry if I’m upsetting you by reaching out, I just wanted to let you all know you are sincerely in my thoughts and prayers!
Tommy Dodgen Sr says
To the Cochran family,
I had the honor of knowing Joey since late in 2008, he introduced me to his sister liz, whom he had insisted on taking out on a date and later leaf to a nearly one year courtship. I am very blessed to have maintained a friendship, and brotherhood with Joey over the last 13 years. He was one of a kind, there will NEVER be another man on earth that will ever come anywhere close to being another Joey Cochran. My deepest sympathies to Jacque, Chris, Donna and Liz. Although we may not have seen one another in many years, you all are still very cherished in my heart and your son and brother will always be a very very near and dear friend and brother to me as long as there is breathe in my lungs. May God be with you all during this time of grief, know Joey always spoke of how much you all meant to him. ALL OF YOU, and I will be here it there’s anything I can do, please don’t hesitate to ask. With my deepest sympathies and love,
Tommy Dodgen Sr.
Judy Bumpus says
I want to give my condolence to your family. I know that this is a difficult time for you. I always remember that those we love
are not gone they walk besides you everyday. He came to see me a few weeks ago. I’m so happy I got to see him. Joey live with me at one time. He was such a kind and loving young man. The world is a poorer place without him. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Judy Bumpus Deanna Drapeau’s mother.