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Isaiah O’Dell Cook was born on July 30 th , 2003, to Leroy & Corene Cook in Sanit Louis Missouri. Isaiah has two brothers, La’Dell Justin Cook his oldest and Cardell Arnez Cook his youngest.
Isaiah attended Marion Elementary in the Ritenour School district from kindergarten through third grade. Then later Twillman Elementary, Hazelwood Middle on to Hazelwood East High School where he graduated with honors a year early. Isaiah was given the opportunity amongst seven others to complete the core access point college accredited coursework given under the authority of Daughtery business solutions and the St Louis Community college on the sixth day of August in the year 2021. This landed him the opportunity to work for Express Scripts in St Louis where he worked with a team of computer coding analyst around the world.
He was a self-proclaimed “Techie” forming a hobby of taking apart and rebuilding computers, games, and any other hardware or software from a very young age. This led him to a growing interest in video recording, photography, and live streaming. He was determined to be his own entrepreneur, indulging in commercial online sales of computers, mouse pads, T- shirts, posters, hats, etc.
Isaiah was a big kid at heart still indulging in playing Yu-Gi-Oh cards with his brothers and cousins. He was a young man with a heart of gold. Not a day went by when he didn’t check on his family and ensure that everyone was OK. Whatever was needed from him, he didn’t hesitate to lend a helping hand. A true Momma’s boy with big dreams and even bigger accomplishments. He made it a point to always be the cleanest, most fly person, in the building.
Isaiah saw the world as an opportunity to live life to the fullest, and he strived to do just that by traveling to places his mom and dad wish they could’ve done at his age. He also was giving advice and
showing leadership to his 10-year-old brother on how to start a vending machine business so that when he graduate, he would already establish a foundation for himself. He was truly one of a kind, none before him, none after him.
Isaiah leaves behind a mother and father Leroy & Corene Cook, two brothers La’Dell & Cardell Cook, four grandparents Bennard & Deboarh Howard, Callie Lampkin, and Calvin Cook Sr. Nine Aunties, four Uncles including the late Calvin Cook Jr. and a football field of cousins and friends. Isaiah will forever be missed.