Photo courtesy of East Chapel

Grady Paul Cox

LEBANON, Tennessee

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Linda and family,
Sorry to hear of Grady passing he was a good friend to my dad and mom(Earnest and Catherine Thompson). They rode motorcycles together for a long time. I will always remember the fun times we had. He was to me always the same friendly person no matter where I saw him. You and your family will be in our prayers.
Carolyn Thompson Campbell and Michael Campbell

I am so sorry to hear of this good man's passing. He was such a great mechanic of all our motorcycles and at the same time a down to earth fellow. I enjoyed talking to him many times in my years of riding. He knew more than anyone I know about his trade and his enjoyment. God bless you all in his family. I feel a part of us all is now with GOD and Jesus. Thank you all for sharing Grady with us.


We will cherish the memories of all the trips we have shared over the years. Grady will always be in our hearts as you are. We will always remember the times we have spent together and especially the trip to the outer banks. Thank you for sharing Grady with us all these years!

We love you,

Patricia & Family
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family..sorry about your loss.
barb fisher

Linda and family,

Grady will be sadly missed by our entire family. We will never how much he loved the neighborhood kids and always had great things to say to them, and always had a smile. My kids will never forget him or the kindness that he shared. Prayers to you and yours as you experience the loss of such a wonderful soul. Love you! The Austins

Quite simply: We loved Grady. God's peace to Linda and family.


My thoughts are with you, may your memories be of comfort.
Friendship and Care

Margaret M. Murphy

Linda and Family, Wayne and I are so sorry to hear of Grady's passing. He was a wonderful man with the greatest knowledge of Harley's and many people will greatly miss him. Our prayers are with you in the days to come.May God bless and help you through this time of sorrow.

Patrcia & Bill and family
May God Bless you and your family during this time of sorrow.


Grady's Obituaries

Grady Paul Cox, 84, of Troutville and formerly of Lumberton, North Carolina, passed away on Monday, April 1, 2013 at his home. He worked for Butterfield?s Harley Davidson for over 30 years and then opened his own business, Cox American Motorcycle Repair Shop, in Troutville. Grady was preceded...

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