Just a fan Of Cotton.I really appreciate all that Cotton has done for racing.Thank you sir,may you RIP!David Daniels
To Dot, Debbie and family members. What a great man, race car driver, owner, builder, but most importantly a wonderful Dad and husband. We will always remember Cotton and his many contributions to the sport we love so dearly. May you have comfort and peace and be blessed by the great memories you have of your loved one. With sympathy,
A great man,in Racing,who willbe missed,a man with racing in his heart,
You will allways be remembered. RIP COTTON
With deepest sympathy to the Owens family during your time of grief...Psalm 46:1...God is for us a refuge and strength, A help the is readily to be found during difficult times...May God provide you with peace and comfort to endure the days ahead.
COTTON, THANKS FOR HELPING MAKE OUR SPORT WHAT IT IS TODAY, A FAN RIP
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family today and always Cotton has been a big part of our family since I was 18 years old he taught me so much but most of all I am proud that I could call him my friend he will always be missed. Love Harvey, Patricia and Family
I'm so glad he was elected to the Hall of Fame. What a fitting tribute to a long life well lived. May the Lord comfort his family as they mourn his death. Just remember, there's another Victory Lane that has far more rewards than he ever received on earth.
Thoughts and prayers to the Owens family .
I've gotten to know the Owens. They are a wonderful family. They are always smiling, helping people in need, & also have a caring & loving heart. I should know, my daughter & Cotton's grandson are getting married. Wished that he could of been here but God was calling him, to be with his loving wife, Dot. Now, there together & free of pain. When we are called, I want to see you racing in heaven. RIP Cotton
A Legend in the world of NASCAR, now a bright shining star in Heaven! RIP Cotton!
RIP Cotton. Thank you for the memories.
So sorry to hear about your Dad. It has been a long time but I wanted you to know how sorry I was about his passing.
My thoughts and Prayers, go out to the Owens family, Cotton will be dearly missed, but never forgotten.May he RIP now he lived along and great life and made amany of friends and fans..Godspeed..
The world and the racing world has lost a great man. He will be sorely missed and greatly remembered by those who knew him and those who knew of him. Frank P. Smith(deceased),
Louise H. Smith, Frank H. Smith(Hardy), Clemson,SC
To family of cotton I am so sorry for your lost
June 09 2012 He will be missed by all but we know he has a new body and a new home in Heaven with his wife and love ones. may the peace of JESUS be with all his love ones.
A great racing icon. Humble individual. Had lunch with him and his family, David Pearson and Bud Moore on 12/8/2010 at the Peach Tree resturant in Spartenburg SC
With deepest sympathy to the family during your time of sorrow. Psalms 46:1 says: God is for us a refuge and strength during this difficult time and May God grant you the comfort to endure.
As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.
One of my first racing heroes when he was driving Pontiacs. Saw him win at Richmond on dirt in 1964.
Way overdue for the Hall of Fame. He and Pearson both should have gone in on the first class. I am so sorry he didn't live to enjoy the HOF induction.
My condolences to the family. May your fond memories bring you peace as well as the comfort that our heavenly father gives.
Mr. Owens you deserve a standing ovation.
Rest in Peace.
What a great role model - as a wonderful family man first and then as a "racer." I hope many of today's troubled drivers take a close look at what it takes to live a full, happy life: Respect and love...Job well done, Cotton, for being an original "business model" worth aspiring to.
May God provide strength and comfort for his family and close friends. Oh Lord, hear my prayer.
As A young boy in the 50s I watched Cotton race at small dirt tracks. Hendersonville Waynesville and many other. I am sadden by NASCAR'S loss. A great car builder. Sara many years ago we worked together at St Joseph Hospital. Do you remember the red Fordn Talladega My prays are with you and your family.
My sincere sympathies to the Owens family.
Great memories of watching Cotten Owens at Strawberry Hill...now Richmond International Raceway...back in the day! He'll always be one of the greatest race car drivers. Sincere condolences and deepest sympathy to the family.
Checkered flag...Great run, Cotton. See you in the Hall of Fame.
You were so much to so many-you and Dot were so wonderful to our family; you embodied the word "hero" in the ways that really mattered. I know you and Dot are up in heaven together now and that you are feeling young and free again. They say as long as you remember someone, they never die. All my prayers to that wonderful family of yours and all the friends and fans you have left behind. Bless you all.
May the peace of God that excels all thought comfort the family members of Cotton Owens during this time of sadness.
MAY HE REST IN PEACE ,AND RACE IN HEAVEN NOW ,GOD BE WITH ALL OF YOU IN THIS TIME OF NEED , NASCAR HOPE OF ANGLES .
COTTEN IS NOW RACEING IN HAVEN, ALLWAYS REMEMBER HIM WITH LOVE AND NOW HE IS WITH UNCLE LEE ,RACEING IN HAVEN ,WE WILL SEE THEM ONE DAY ,AND WHAT A RACE THAT WILLBE , GOD BLESS ALL COTTEN FAMILY NOW AND MAY HE REST IN PEACE.
To the the family of Cotton Owens - May God give you peace and comfort through his word and the Lord Jesus Christ during this time of sorrow, I know that he will be missed by many.
i am a very avid nascar racing fan my thoughts and prayers go out to the Cotton Owens Family may a nascar hall of famer RIP
barbara & nolen suddeth
SPARTANBURG ,S. C.
my thought's and prayer's go out to cotton and his family.may he r.i.p.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to cotton and his family. Aaron Baum. LOU. KY
May God be with all of you in your time of sorrow, So sorrow to hear about your Mom and Dad,I am a 1st cousin of Cotton. My Dad and his Dad were brothers Lucille Owens Wilson, Ruskin, Fl.
Our sincere condolences on the loss of Cotton. Your familty is in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. We are so glad to have known Cotton - he will be greatly missed.
God bless family and friends of a NASCAR legend, Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Carol and Don Walker,Spring Hill, Fl and Jardin Outler of Ft. Valley,Ga .
Donnie, Sara, family... You are in our thoughts and prayers
Race cars Powered Engines..
Inside a life He loved
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To you and Your Family
Rest in peace dear Cotton, I have been a fan of racing for many years, and have many books, and I don't think one of them does not mention you in one way or another, thank you for your great part to the sport, from this fan from Canada, you are in good hands and some pretty good company too, God bess you and your family, I will always have a part of you somewhere in my home. R.I.P Dear Sir.
Reunion Time for him with those whome he had longed to be with. condolences.
He didn't make it to see himself inducted in the Hall of Fame but he still made it to the finish line. Rest in peace Cotton your part of history will never be forgotten!
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Cotton Owens May the God of all comfort give you the strength to endure in these difficult times.
My thoughts and prayers go out to the Owens family.
Debbie, you, your family and the NASCAR families are in my thoughts and prayers. Cotton was a legend in his own time. Used to see him with his grandsons racing at the Gaffney speedway on the weekends. What fun he had.
Wow, my thought and prayers are with his family and friends. May he rest in peace.
my condolences to his family, friends and nascar friends