Musician ANITA COCHRAN is mourning the loss of her father, MATTHEW COCKERHAM, who died on TUESDAY (7/4) at the age of 94. COCKERHAM was retired from FORD MOTOR COMPANY, where he worked as a maintenance manager.The MICHIGAN-bred COCHRAN, who was signed to WARNER MUSIC NASHVILLE through the late ’90s and early ’00s, is best known for her 1997 debut with STEVE WARINER, “What If I Said,” which reached #1 on the BILLBOARD Top Country Singles chart.In addition to COCHRAN, COCKERHAM is survived by his three sons, two grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at noon (CT) on SATURDAY (7/8) at SPRING HILL MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME in SPRING HILL, TN, preceded by a visitation at 11a. Burial will follow at HARPETH HILLS MEMORY GARDENS. Memorial donations may be made to THE LOVE ANCHORS FUND.Send condolences to COCHRAN here. See the full obituary here.
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