Evangelist Dewey Cooper, left, with the help of the Rev. Bruce Dunford, right, and his son-in-law Stanley Hull from Jamestown, Tenn., worked on the 33rd of Cooper’s trademark signs along Ky. 90 outside Monticello on April 9, 2002.
Evangelist Dewey Cooper, left, with the help of the Rev. Bruce Dunford, right, and his son-in-law Stanley Hull from Jamestown, Tenn., worked on the 33rd of Cooper’s trademark signs along Ky. 90 outside Monticello on April 9, 2002. David Stephenson Staff file photo
Evangelist Dewey Cooper, left, with the help of the Rev. Bruce Dunford, right, and his son-in-law Stanley Hull from Jamestown, Tenn., worked on the 33rd of Cooper’s trademark signs along Ky. 90 outside Monticello on April 9, 2002. David Stephenson Staff file photo

Dewey Cooper, evangelist who built dozens of roadside signs, dies at 93

April 23, 2016 06:38 PM

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