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September 19, 2018

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January 15, 2018
Melinda & I are saddened for Susan & Hal at the loss of Susan's father. He was a good man, loved by all who knew him & dedicated his life to serving his Country & loving his God, Family & friends. He had a positive impact on all who knew him & we are honored to have known Frank Cox for more than 33 years. God bless you Susan & hal & all his family & friends.
Dave & Melinda Beck
January 14, 2018
I am so sorry to hear about Frank. He was such a good man. I worked with him on occasion at Y-12 but had no idea he worked there for 37 years. I worked there for 26. Some time ago, seems like if you were fortunate enough to get a job out there, you stayed until you retired. I also knew Frank from church at First Presbyterian in Lenoir City. Matter of fact, Rella and my mother Manita (Boots) Conner Montgomery were first cousins. I loved both Rella and Frank. Rella's parents Ernie and Ella Conner lived only a short distance from my grandparents, Floyd and Myrtle Conner. When we used to visit, Papa and Mama would drive to Ernie and Ella's house to buy milk because they had a cow. It seemed so far away when it was actually only about two blocks. Such good memories and that's how I knew Rella and Ernestine. I know you are proud of Frank's service in the military under General Patton in WWII. And he was indeed a fine christian man. My prayers are with the whole family.