William W. Cox
1929 - 2020
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William W. Cox

McSherrystown - William W. Cox, a 42 year resident of McSherrystown, passed away from Covid-19 on April 19, 2020 in Coatesville, PA.

Bill was born September 27, 1929, in Mountain City, Tennessee, and raised in the small mountain town of Todd, North Carolina, a son of John A. and Ethel (Osborne) Cox.

Although residing in PA for almost 60 years, he never lost his southern accent or charm.

He was married for 55 years to Beverly Anne Cox, from Coatesville. Bill was an excellent darts thrower known to all who played in Chester County in the 1970,s as a lifetime member of the Coatesville Fire Dept.

He is survived by his wife, Beverly, and one sister, Marilyn Jackson of Delaware.

His only son, Steven Wade Cox, resides In Tiburon, CA with his wife, Susan, and Bill's grandchildren, Lily Valyrie Cox and Nathaniel Joseph Cox.

Memorial arrangements are delayed pending the current crisis.

Cards may be sent to Beverly Anne Cox at 41 Newport Avenue, Christiana PA 17509.




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Published in Evening Sun from Apr. 28 to Apr. 30, 2020.
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May 1, 2020
Bill always had a smile and kinds words to share. When he and Beverly moved to McSherrystown we not only became neighbors, we became friends. Our thoughts and prayers are with Beverly and Steven and his family.
Carol & Larry Hemler
May 1, 2020
Bill was such a nice guy. He and his wife were our neighbors for so many years. I am sure he will be missed by his wife: Bev.

REST IN PEACE, DEAR BILL
Peg & Gary Utz
May 1, 2020
Bill was a wonderful guy. He and his wife were our neighbors for many years. I'm sure he will be missed by Bev.
REST IN PEACE, DEAR BILL
Peg & Gary Utz
April 29, 2020
Bill was a quiet man. He was our good neighbor and friend. Dad and Bill were mall walkers for many years. Bill was a good man. Cindy Tavares
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