John and June were good friends for many years. Always hospitable and kind and fun to be around. Eldon and I always valued their friendship. He is in heaven as well, I am sure they are having a good time remembering the "good old days" we had together. My sympathies with Ruth, we are both single ladies but what wonderful memories we have of our time with our husbands! God bless.
To Mrs. Ruth Cox, daughter Joanna, son John and families. We thank the Lord for the 1950's summers of fellowship and association with Jack and June Cox. Muskoka Baptist Camp involved Jack as handyman and programme assistant, and June assisted as Dining Room hostess. Growth to a Bible Conference in the 1970's was strengthened by Jack's return with expertise in estate planning and implementing principles of stewardship. They were appreciated by Conference guests. They even travelled with us to Hawaii and opened their Boca Raton home when "snow birds" visited for counsel. We thank God for precious memories..............
Dick and Marilyn Holliday, Burlington, Ontario
Celebrating a life well lived. To his surviving family, friends and loved ones, cherish the fond memories forever.
In His Love,
My deepest sympathy:
John and June were friends since the 1950s and were very kind and helpful to Barbara and Me as we moved from Canada to Arizona. He was a wonderful friend. Barbara is now in heaven too! He will be missed! God Bless you.
(Rev) Ross Laidlaw
Together again....John and June! Such wonderful memories of these two very special people who have blessed our lives in so many ways: Pastor, special friends and the ultimate trip to the Holy Land in 1985. Fishing in Mt. Dora and all the fish fries, with John's favorite....left over cold fish for breakfast next morning while he caught more fish on the dock. Our thoughts and prayers are with each and every one of his great family, especially Joanna. Until we meet again...Charlie & Betty Holland, Boca Raton, FL
Prayers and condolences to the family of John William David Cox. F.A. and I are sorry for your loss. Sure that Mr. Cox has left many many wonderful memories for each of you so he will live on in each of you.
Thank you for making me feel like I was the best thing that ever happened in your life ~ oh wait ~ I was :-) I will miss you terribly dad.
My thoughts and prayers are with you. Your friends at FBC Pompano love you and miss you alot.
Pastor John: You are dearly missed at Covenant Village. Your greeting of "hello dear" and your poised and wise Godly words are a big void. Jesus has you now and we are left with precious memories of you. Much love until we meet again from Candace, Pat, Maude and Danielle
Pastor John, I know you're fishing and just enjoying being home. You touched many lives and I feel so blessed to have had you in my life.
Upon hearing the news of Pastor John's home going, I could only visualize the Lord saying "well done thy good and faithful servant" and June waiting to say to him, what in the world took you so long?. This had to be an awesome reunion to meet the one who called him and his wonderful wife. Pastor John was a true man of faith, who enjoyed a good laugh and caring for his flock who is his extended family. Family, thank you for sharing him with us and allowing his extended family to experience his love and teaching.