Rev. Donald Lee-Cobb-Obituary

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Rev. Donald Lee Cobb

LIVINGSTON, Tennessee

Dec 18, 1937 – Jan 13, 2018

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Funeral services for Rev. Donald Lee Cobb, age 80, of Rickman will be conducted 2 p.m., Friday, January 19, 2018 from the Cookeville First Baptist Church.  Rev. Scott McKinney & Rev. Bill Stone will officiate.  The family will welcome friends on Thursday evening from 5 until 9 p.m., then on...

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So sad to find out how this wonderful man recently passed. He did my daughters wedding, and also my fathers funeral, and we all loved him! Strenghth and Peace of the Lord to his wife, children and family.

Words can't express my sadness as you all are experiencing the loss of Brother Don ... sending much love and prayers to each of you from Belle WV.... thank you for sharing your wonderful husband, daddy and grandfather with us.... great memories we will always have.

Jeanina, Whitney and family I pray for God to comfort and bless you with good memories during this time of sorrow. Alice Reed

Whitney & family,
So sorry for your loss. Praying the peace that passes all understanding for you and your family.

So long, to one of the best....

I will always consider Bro. Don as a very dear friend. We served on committees together, officiated in funerals together, and confided in each other. It is difficult to know he is no longer with us, but I know we will be rejoicing in heaven together some day. Geneva and I send our love and prayers to the family Bro. Ron and Neva Harris

As a Pastor myself, I first met Don 5 years ago coming to fellowship in Allons.
He quickly became a friend and my spiritual advisor on two separate occasions. He was a time proven messenger of Jesus Christ. Thank you Don for your help and always encouragement to stay in the battle. Thank you Don, see you later on the other side

I don't know that I have met a better man than that of Bro. Don. It has been a blessing to have known him, and had him be a part of my life. He is missed already.

Earl and I mourn with you in the loss of a great man of God. We met "on-mission", and loved every minute of knowing him! Bro Don had a great sense of humor and could take as well as he could dish out. He always made us smile, and it was a joy to get to serve The Lord with him. Until we meet again, Bro Don!