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Capital City Metro in Review -- Week of June 30th, 2013

...comment, Capital City Fire Chief Richard Etheridge noted that Cope Park was named in remembrance of local firefighter Bill Cope who died in March 1972. West Juneau Blog: "Mr. Cope had put tremendous effort into organizing sports activities through...

http://juneauempire.com/blog-post/kenneth-rosen/2013-07-08/capital-city-metro-re
Let customers decide where to shop

...true, then the writer must also believe that it was Bill Cope, developer of the Foodland Shopping Center, which...business in downtown Juneau. Shame on the memory of Bill Cope? Bill Cope was a wonderful community business leader who believed...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/070203/let_letter1.shtml
Opinion
Community stomping ground

...housed Wagner's Pond (likely named for Nick Wagner who operated a dairy in the area). The bowl was later named after Bill Cope - owner of Foodland and 20th Century Market (where the downtown McDonald's is today), who also was a captain of the...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/081609/nei_482256026.shtml
Juneau Empire Online Community: Obituaries 6/19/98

...Anderson on April 12, 1958. That same year, while working as a meat cutter in Tacoma, he was offered a job in Juneau by Bill Cope, then the owner of Foodland. He moved to Juneau and began working at Foodland, and later became a part-owner of...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/061998/obit.html
Robert Stutte

...early 80's. Bob loved Southeast Alaska and in particular loved the time he spent "up the river" with his good friend Bill Cope who passed in 1975 . In 1968 the family purchased a house out North Douglas and lived there until both Bob and Marcella...

http://www.legacy.com/Link.asp?I=LS000155793130
Juneau Empire Online Community: Obituaries 6/18/98

...Anderson on April 12, 1958. That same year, while working as a meat cutter in Tacoma, he was offered a job in Juneau by Bill Cope, then the owner of Foodland. He moved to Juneau and began working at Foodland, and later became a part-owner of...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/061898/obit.html
Clearing up errors in Cope Park article

...The money donated to the city for the purchase of Evergreen Bowl was from the Juneau Volunteer Fire Department, not Bill Cope. Cope was a member of the department and was chairman of a fire department committee, overseeing the purchase of the...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/081909/let_483213398.shtml
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