Phillip Cox
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Family-Placed Death Notice

Mr. Phillip J. (Phil) Cox of Union City, died May 16, 2006. He is survived by his wife, Charlotte Beddington Cox, Union City; daughter and son-in-law, Claudia and Jeff Smith, Fayetteville; sons and daughters-in-law, Keith and April Cox, Acworth; Luke Cox, Dalton, Joe and Kathy Huckaby, Fayetteville; Charles Ingram; Union City; mother and step-father, Elsie Cox Overton and Johnny Overton, Forest Park; brothers and sister-in-law, David and Patty Cox, Westfield, NC; Luke Cox, Peachtree City; grandchildren, Jesse, Jared Kaylee, Ryan, Kyle, Nicole, Sean and Danny. Funeral Services will be held Friday, May 19, 2006 at 2 o'clock at the Chapel of Parrott Funeral Home. Rev. David Ramey officiating. Interment Holly Hill Memorial Park. Those wishing may send an online condolence at www.parrottfuneralhome.com. The family will receive friends Thursday evening from 5:00 until 8:00 PM at Parrott Funeral Home, Fairburn, 770-964-4800.
Published by Atlanta Journal-Constitution on May 18, 2006.
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My memories was from way back in the late 60's and earky 70's, Phillip was my sisters boy friend and part of our family. He always called my Mother (Mother Hubbard) we have not seen him in many many years but every time we talk about our past we always laugh about Phillip getting into trouble and Mama always fussing at him. Our prayers are with his family and our Love goes out to Luke. Debra Jennings Morgan
Debra Jennings-Morgan
May 18, 2006
To Johnny & Elsie Overton, We want to say how sorry we were to hear about your son. We will be praying for you daily
Kathryn & Johnny Miller
May 18, 2006
You were such a great part of my teenage years, Philip. You had the best personality. All of us had such a good time together. I will always cherish those times. It makes me smile to just think of you.
Jodi Neal
May 18, 2006
Phil meant alot to Charlie & I. We will miss him dearly,especially the fun times we all had.(We will miss all the funny songs he sang!)
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Charlotte and to the rest of Phil's family.
Angie Huckaby
May 18, 2006
Our Deepest Sympathies to all the family.

The Forever Young Sunday School Class.
Rock Springs Baptist Church,Morrow, Ga.
Elizabeth Hammond
May 18, 2006
Charlie & I will miss Phil dearly. He meant alot to us. I will always remember the fun times and funny talks we all shared.(Especially the songs he sang!) Our thoughts and prayers go out to Charlotte and to the rest of Phil's family.
Angie Huckaby
May 18, 2006
My Memories are from long ago, from a time that was unknowingly more precious. I remember now that I was meeting all new faces, one person stuck in my memory, feeling he was special. I kept the memory close to heart knowing that some day it would come into play. Every now and then it would come out and I would ask how he was or where he may be, going to the family reunion is where I expected he would be, I asked but they said that he didn't make it this time. I wanted to joke with him about this time long ago, but I never had the chance and now I never will. Phillip, I will visit you at Holly Hill, for all the times that I missed will be regreted. God he will relay all the things that I never had a chance to say, as you are now with him. May he hold you close and insure you a safe way. I will miss you. With regrets, Tania
Tania Jones Colasuonno
May 18, 2006
My Memories are from long ago, from a time that was unknowingly more precious. I remember now that I was meeting all new faces, one person stuck in my memory, feeling he was special. I kept the memory close to heart knowing that some day it would come into play. Every now and then it would come out and I would ask how he was or where he may be, going to the family reunion is where I expected he would be, I asked but they said that he didn't make it this time. I wanted to joke with him about this time long ago, but I never had the chance and now I never will. Phillip, I will visit you at Holly Hill, for all the times that I missed will be regreted. God he will relay all the things that I never had a chance to say, as you are now with him. May he hold you close and insure you a safe way. I will miss you. With regrets, Tania
Tania Colasuonno
May 18, 2006
The news of Phillip's death is such a shock. As young children we were very close, maybe because I was just a little older, by 5 months and 1 day. But ageing seems to change our lives, and living a distance from each other does to! I will always have my memories of being his cousin and all the fun we had. So with all of the rest of the family we will be crying too. We love each of you.
Love,
Jo Ann & Tony Graben
Jo Ann & Tony Graben
May 18, 2006
Offering our deepest sympathies at this time.
The Staff of Parrott Funeral Home
May 18, 2006
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