Nellie, we are so sorry in the loss of Jim. I'll miss seeing him in Schnucks. If there is anything that you need please don't hesitate to give us a call.
We just learned of Jim's passing on 6/29/14 and were stunned. Jim was a tremendous man to be around and very fun loving, he will greatly be missed! May God grant you peace!
I just got home from our Naval reunion and read Jims Obit. this was a sad time as Jim and I worked together at the old W.E. Co.I will always remember Jim as he would walk in each morning and his first words were Que Pasa "whats happening"
To the Cox family. I just heard that Jim had passed away this morning at Mass. So sorry for your loss. Nell, he was a wonderful man and you were the perfect couple. Prayers are with you. Love, Ruth Murphy
I am so very sorry to hear of Jim's passing. He was a wonderful, loving man who always made others feel special. He was so good to me through my life. Driving me to serve mass at 6 AM, taking Tom, Hoby, and I to the Cardinal game in his Corvair, mentoring me on the golf course and in the club house after we were finished. He was a true gift in my life and I will always feel so lucky to have known Mr. C!
So sorry for your loss and mine. You both are always so friendly and helpful and always had a kind word for everyone. Thank you and God bless and reward you abundantly.
Kim and I were so sor4ry to hear the news. I know he's been hurting for awhile. Now he's at peace in the Lord's hands.
Nell and Family,
I am so sorry for Jim's passing. I hoped to see both of you but it wasn't to be. Nell take care and hope we can get together soon for
a good visit. I will remember all of the trips we took with the Merritt's and all of the good time spend together. Please call
To the Cox Family
I am very sorry for your loss and my prayers are with you all. My memories of Mr Cox are many and always filled with joy and happiness. Will never forget one of the most infectious laughs in the world. He made everyone smile. Cary & Mary Tobolka
I was lucky and proud to serve with Jim on the Ballwin P&Z Commission. He was always a gentleman and strong ambassador for Ballwin.
Jim was my very first supervisor - the one who hired me in 1969 at 200 South Hanley Road for Western Electric. His friendly smile and warm personality will always be remembered by those of us who worked with him at Western Electric.
Jim always was so friendly to everyone as we worked together at Western Electric and AT&T. I always could go to him when I needed advice. Sorry for your family's loss of a wonderful man.
Always so supportive with a smile and kind greeting. We will miss him. My thoughts and prayers are with Nell and family. Linda Bruer
Dear Nell and Family,
May you Cherish the memory of a very important life. Our loss tho hard, is Heavens gain. Love that big smile on Jim's face.
You are both in my prayers,
Much love to our Rose of Texas,
Such a lovely man that will be so missed by many. His enthusiasm and sense of humor made everyone feel comfortable around him. Rest in peace after living a full and fruitful life.
Go my buddy save a place for me. We served our Country-City and State as Alderman etc. Fmr Ald.Ellisville Mo Dir.Korea War Vet Asso Mo
So very sorry to hear of Jim's passing. We will remember him always as the loving and generous gentleman he was. RIP Jim.