Johnny Ray Cox

Louisville, Kentucky

1942 - 2018 (Age 76)


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Johnny Ray CoxLouisville - Age 76, passed away on November 8th, 2018. He was born in Louisville Kentucky on July 3rd, 1942 to Flora (Flossie) Cox and John Freeman Cox. John graduated from Butler High School and the University of Kentucky. He earned a Law Degree from University of Louisville....

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My deepest condolences to Johns family. John was our neighbor in business on Brownsboro Rd for many years. I own a salon by his office. We loved John. I was lucky to meet his precious wife once. We became friends through our mutual love of our neighborhood cats that we adopted. One in particular captured Johns heart by the name of Milo that he would let in his office every day, feed him cream, show him love and let him out at the end of his day. Only to be greeted each morning with Milo at...

John we love you & Bobbie. You will be greatly missed. Joyce & Paulette

Sincere condolences Bobbie Ann. Johnny was a gem.
Many fond memories from cards and fishing. Years before we became friends, he had the pleasure of prosecuting me for driving on the Gene Snyder the day before it was open. When I explained it was to get to pond sooner, I think he let me off a little easier. He later explained he had a soft spot for fishermen and fireworks. He was genuine and I will miss his laugh.

Sincere condolences Bobby Ann. Johnny was a gem.
I enjoyed playing cards and fishing with him. Years before we became friends he had the pleasure prosecuting me for driving on the Gene Snyder the day before it opened. When I told him it was to go fishing quicker I think he let me off a little easier later explaining he had a soft spot for fishermen and fireworks. I will truly miss him and his laugh.

With Johnny's passing we have lost a very special fellow who left his imprint of humor, joy of life and its pleasures on hundreds upon hundreds of people who shared time with him in the Jefferson County Attorneys's Office.

Johnny Cox was special and it was an honor to have known him and to have had the opportunity to welcome him to the County Attorneys' Office during my 4-term tenure.

He will not be replaced and he will always remembered by those of us who knew him...

I will miss a friend that I can never remember having a cross word with-I am going to miss someone that I admired greatly because of his ability to find the "FUN" in almost any situation he was in or whatever group of people that he was with.
I am going to miss going back and forth about my Cardinal Birds and your Kitty Kats. I am going to miss asking your advice on things that life throws at you that you generally had a very simple solution for. I am going to miss watching...