Gregory Blane Cox

January 7, 1981July 12, 2012

Gregory Blane Cox, age 31, of Bella Vista, AR, passed away July 12, 2012 in Bella Vista. He was born January 7, 1981 in Rome, Georgia. He was a dispatcher for the Benton County Emergency Services and was a veteran of the U.S. Army. Survivors include his wife Cheryl Cox of Bella Vista, 3 sons, Bradley Cox, Hayden Cox, Zachary Cox all of Bella Vista, his parents James and Tanja Bishop of Cartersville, Georgia, his grand-parents, “Bud” and Brenda Smart of Lindsey, Oklahoma and one brother, Aaron Bishop of Cartersville, Georgia. Memorials may be made to the Gregory B. Cox Children's Fund in care of Arvest Bank.


  • Memorial Service Thursday, July 19, 2012

Gregory Blane Cox

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Aaron Bishop

July 25, 2012

Brother I miss you daily! I know you are in a better place and you are no longer in any pain. One day we will see each other again, but until that day I will be here for mom dad Cheryl and your boys. I know you will check on us from time to time, and that is a comfort. I will always love you bro.

Tanja Bishop

July 21, 2012

There ia no words to discribe the vast hole that is in the place in my heart where You once dwelled. you will alway's be my Baby ,no matter where You may be! Momma Loves and missesd You!

Danielle Doyle

July 19, 2012

Sorry for you loss. He was a great guy to work with and know. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help at this time.

jerry harman

July 19, 2012

Cheryl We are all keeping you and your family in our prayers. It is a difficult time, you will find the strength to continue through your precious children and your many wonderful friends.
We love you deeply. God's peace be on each of you.

Jerry/Lois/Grammer Harman Jenks, Okla

Shawnda Luna

July 18, 2012

Greg was truly one of a kind and will be greatly missed. He could always be counted on for a smile if u needed it or a wake-up and smell the roses jab, if that was needed. He deeply loved his family and was a wonderful true patriot.


July 18, 2012

Greg was a wonderful guy! He will be missed. No words can express how sorry we are for you and your boys.

Don King

July 18, 2012

I cannot begin to express how sorry I was to hear the news. Greg was a good man and I know I do not have to mention how much he will be missed by all who knew him. You family is in my prayers.

Peggy Wagner

July 18, 2012

Greg was one of the first people to really make me feel like I was part of the team at CenCom. Great dispatcher, great cook, and great practical joker. In his brief stint as supervisor, he had my back more than once when I really needed it. Can't believe he's gone.

nate huerta

July 18, 2012

Cox, brother I miss you to no end....we had many good years together and shared good times and bad. Ill never be able to replace your brother hood as ours was forged in the fire of a hard AIRBORNE life....few will now our bond cox....and now one keep the angels busy bro, ill catch up with you in good time.
PS: you were the best AG I ever had! Ill take care of yates other tooth:)

Kathleen DeWitt

July 18, 2012

I am so saddened with the loss of Greg. I pray that will give you strength & that you remember the best of times that you had together.