Charles Cox Jr.


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My deepest sympathy to all of the Cox family. Me and Amii were just talking about Jr. the other day about the time we all went out to eat and David put hot sauce in his coffee, the many tricks they pulled on their dad. Jr. was always good to me when I was a part of the family and was so much fun to be around. He will be missed by so many and was loved by so many. God bless the Cox family and give them comfort through the rough days ahead. love you all, Gerri

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

We were classmates of Jr. And Pearl. So sorry they both are gone. Praying God will give you all comfort and strength.
Wayne and Susie King

JR will be sadly missed. We loved when he came to visit us! I was expecting to go "antiquing" with him this summer! We loved him dearly and will miss his weekly phone calls!I am glad he shared his bbq sauce recipe with me-I promised to keep it a secret! Love & Prayers, Ronny & Patty

My sincere condolences to all of Jr's family and his friends. Several years ago, I had many good times with Jr. and Rex Dean at the Sunset Drine-In Theater. Jr. had the ability to mimic a state police siren. On occasion, after leaving the theater, we would pull beside a car on Route 52 and cause them to pull over, thinking they heard a police siren. Having a '55 Oldsmobile, we were able to speed up and pass the car that had pulled over. I still enjoy remembering Jr. and the happy times...

Rick and I were so sad to hear that Junior had passed away. When last we talked to him we had no idea it would be the last time. So glad we got to see him last year. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of you. Wish we could be there to take part in the celebration of his life. We will be forever grateful to Pearl and Junior for opening their hearts and home to us in Florida when we were first married.

Our family is so sorry for your loss. Prayers are going up for your family.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.


Charles's Obituaries

Charles Cox, Jr.Williamston, S.C.Charles Ruben Cox, Jr., 73, of 217 Moore Rd., widower of Pearl Gravley Cox, died Thursday, June 20, 2013.Born in Austinville, Va, he was a son of the late Charles Ruben, Sr. and Corda Hanks Cox. He was a retired insurance salesman with Modern Woodmen of America...

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