Garry L. Cox

Munster, Indiana


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GARRY L. COX HAMMOND, IN Garry L. Cox, age 60, of Hammond, passed away Sunday, December 12, 2010. He is survived by his loving wife, Pamela (nee Orcutt); brothers: Harvey (Mary) Cox, Edward Cox, Randall (Harriet) Braden, and Douglas (Jeannie) Braden; sisters: Nanny Jean Bryd and Tammy Archer;...

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I loved the stories he would tell. I remember when Garry and Pam visited my parents house the day after my apartment complex was on fire. He even made me smile that day!! He is truly missed! I look forward to seeing him again in heaven!

I always thought of Garry as my fun uncle. He had the best stories to tell! Always was able to get the crabby babies to fall asleep on him. He will be forever in our hearts and memories. I have so many great memories with him. He was the best "uncle" a girl could have! RIP Garry you will be forever missed!

Hard to believe it has been a year already. We miss Garry's smile and giggle. You are in our thoughts and prayers sister. We can't wait to see you!

My deepest sympathy goes out to the Cox family.I am so sorry for your loss.I went to school with garry and we had some good times and he was a great guy.RIP Garry

Please accept my deepest sympathies.

our deepest sympathy to you pam we will all miss our best friend & my cousin garry a big man with a big heart of gold and could make anybodys day go from bad to
the best also garry could do things with
wood paint or whatever he tried at but i
will always remember how good he was he was american born but southern by the grace of god-don pat renada & michael
the mays family.

also was good at things he got involved in

My deepest sympathy to The Cox family. Garry was classmate of mine at Whiting High School. He was a friendly giant with a kind heart. He was forever smiling and I will miss him. Elena Morando (Fountain Hills, Az)

My deepest sympathy to you Pam. Garry was a vey special friend to me and my children we will miss him . He allways had a smile on his face and love in his heart.He was a very kind and special man.He truly was a angel sent to us by god and I am so thankful I got to have him in our life. If you need anything please let us know.

Dear Pam: Our prayers, sympathy, and love are with you. We will miss his love and joyful spirit. We know he is in the arms of Jesus. No more pain or suffering. My God comfort you and fill you with His peace.
We love you. Craig, Patty, and Tim