It is with a heavy heart that we offer our sympathies to Mac, and all the family. I've known John since the 1940's and loved him with all my heart, and always will.
Nancy and Bud Lemmons
Our hearts goes out to you all. Dr. Cox will always have a special space in my heart and family. He will and always be my Purple nose principal .We will miss your smile and your out going on how you touched us all.
From your smallest old student and family God Bless you all ,
Carla Price-Proby and family
Dear Mrs. Cox, Anne, John, Neil and families,
On behalf of all the Franks, I send our sincere sympathies to you all upon the death of your husband and father. I have always appreciated the family background and roots we shared, and I know both of my parents loved Mr. Cox. I have many fond memories of humorous stories of his antics in the choir loft of the Methodist Church in Mt. Union, as well as his delightful personality and constant support of our family during difficult and good times! We mourn your loss along with you and take solice in knowing he is at peace now. Sincerely, The Robert and Ruth "Sue" Frank family
Not only did I know John at church, but I knew him in school as a substitute teacher. I appreciated a Christian man with high standards being a part of my church and our school community. We can count on him being with our heavenly Father now.
My deepest sympathy to John's wonderful family.
Anne and Tom, we're sorry to hear about your loss, with your dad and Toms' mother. Your dad was my principal at Corl St. and enjoyed his time there.