Cooper House demolished

“Before” photos from Lorain County Auditor website
Cooper House before

The scene today
Cooper House demolished

7 replies to “Cooper House demolished

  1. From what I was told by a parishioner, it needed more maintenance than the church could afford and nobody wanted to take it on. When I was a kid, the nuns lived there. I remember going over for a few Catechism classes and the rooms were huge and heated with big old radiators. The last resident was the caretaker of the church property.


  2. Muley, I don’t know what they are going to do with it, but you are probably right. Behind the Cooper House lot is the school’s mobile unit [additional classroom space] and a basketball court or 2. If they made this spot a parking lot, it would open up some more “playground” space out back in the main lot.


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