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Time, Day, Date: 11 a.m., Tuesday, November 16, 2004
Place: Valley Grove Baptist Church
Officiating: Rev. Derrel Thompson and Rev. Glenn Shock
Disposition: Gardens of Memory Cemetery

George T. Cox Visitation: 6-8 p.m. Monday, November 15, 2004, at Lacy Funeral Home.

George T. Cox, 88, of Stephenville, TX, a bookkeeper at Stephenville Hospital, died Saturday, November 13, 2004 at a local nursing home.

He was born to Jesse Claude and Dora Idella (Henson) Cox on February 2, 1916, in Navarro County, TX. He married Juanita Foster on November 1, 1938 in Haskell, TX. He was a member of Valley Grove Baptist Church where he served as a deacon. He was also a member of the Stephenville Rotary Club, an avid Tarleon Texan basketball fan and a passionate fisherman.

Survivors include his wife: Juanita Cox of Stephenville; two sons and daughter-in-laws: Tommy and Joyce Cox of Laredo, TX and John and Billie Cox of Stephenville, TX; three grandchildren: Michael Cox, Bethany Jackson, and Chris Cox; two great-grandchildren: Sloane Cox and Nathan Jackson; and several nieces and nephews.

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My heart is with all of you today. The world won't be the same without George. Love, Edrie

Name: Lee Heard E-mail:

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Thinking of all of you and keeping you in my prayers. What wonderful memories I have of the Cox family, and they will always be cherished. With love. Lee

Name: Jim and Judy Melton E-mail:

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Wah and family, How we will miss him! But I am so thankful for the privilege of knowing him and being so close to him all these many years. We are sad right now, yet we are happy as well because we know he is at home with other family members and with the Lord. What a family reunion it must be! I'll always remember him as comical, honest, and loving, and we'll all remember and enjoy the influence he has left with us. He was special to me. Our thoughts and prayers are with you...we love you much. Jim and Judy Melton

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