Wayne-Cox, Jr.-Obituary

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Wayne Everett Cox, Jr.

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Sharon, just heard of Wayne's passing. Can't believe what this loss must mean to you and your family. Your Sanlan, and baseball fans mourn with you . God bless.

Sharon and her children have mine and my husband Pat's deepest sympathy. Wayne was a nice guy who was always ready to lend a helping hand. We won't be able to eat at Sonny's BBQ or eat a Publix key lime pie without thinking about him! Wayne will be missed by everyone that knew him.

Love and Prayers.

Remembering you and your loved one today and always. We were so saddened to hear about the passing of Wayne. We will always remember how helpful and kind he was. Wayne would be right there when pulling into the park to greet you and help you get parked and set up. Memories will always live on. Our prayers are with you Sharon and the family. May God Bless you all. Love and prayers. We are blessed to have known you all. We hope to see you this summer Sharon.

So sorry to hear of Wayne's passing. Had so many nice conversations while staying at Muskallonge. He will surely be missed. Sandi and I send our condolences to you and your family Sharon. Love and prayers.

We are so sorry to hear of Wayne's passing. As time goes on may the wonderful memories of his life encourage you all, and may the Lord heal the hurting hearts. Love y'all, Becky and Steve Langley

Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.We are so sorry to hear this hugs.

Sharon, so sorry to hear about buddy Wayne, had a lot of good fun with him at the park,, will surely miss him but he left this earth knowing he had a wonderful, sweet beautiful woman who could really fish, you take care and old drop drawers Dale will never forget that sweet face and beautiful personality that you have hoping someday to see you again, Dale Lewis from Tenn

Rest in Peace Wayne,,,, Mike & Sue Aube


Wayne's Obituary


COX, Wayne Everett, Jr.- Of Flint, age 60, died Monday, November 12, 2018 at his residence.


Wayne was born in Fort Polk, Louisiana on February 15, 1958, the son of Wayne and Betty (Langley) Cox.


On June 4, 1977 he married Sharon in Flint.


Wayne enjoyed the Detroit Tigers baseball, camping, camp hosting, hunting, fishing, helping others and being surrounded by family.


Surviving are his wife, Sharon;


daughter, Christina and husband Chuck;


son, Joshua and wife Kelly;


grandchildren, Carter, Zoey and Boohi.

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