Cooper Chapel FD381
Cooper Chapel has been a part of the fabric of the Oakland community for generations. Conveniently located on Fruitvale Avenue, Cooper Chapel is among the finest and largest funeral homes in our community. In 1912, the first funeral service was held at the Clarence N. Cooper Mortuary. As the family business grew, the current building on Fruitvale Avenue was developed in 1918. Clarence Coopers was active in caring for the surrounding communities for 17 years.
Family members of Clarence Cooper and part owner and long time Director John McCormick continued to support the community until 2007, when the Diocese of Oakland Catholic Cemeteries assumed responsibility for the mortuary. With a deep-rooted history, the Oakland Dioceses’ are committed to carrying on the long established and proud tradition of the Cooper Family.
Services and Features
Cooper Chapel offer a large variety of options for traditional ground burial, cremation niche, mausoleum crypts, and family estates. In addition, Cooper Chapel provide funeral and cremation services to the community, becoming a complete resource for your cemetery and funeral needs. Whether you are interested in advanced planning or in need of immediate assistance, our Family Service Counselors and Funeral staff are available to offer support and guidance to our families.
Cooper Chapel also offer various programs and events for our faith community. Cemetery options are also available through CFCS and cemetery purchases contribute to the Legacy of Faith program, and may be eligible for a tax deduction based on the value of the property you select.