OBITUARY

Cary William Hancox

September 17, 1960June 3, 2021
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Cary Hancox, age 60, of Columbia, MO passed away June 3rd 2021 at University Hospital surrounded by family and loved ones.

He was born in Mexico, MO to Clyde and Anna Hancox on September 17, 1960. Cary worked with his Dad running a construction company for many years and has been working at Watlow for the last 8 years. He enjoyed woodworking, fishing, and hunting. Spending time with his Grandkids was his all-time favorite thing.

He is survived by his partner, Maureen Hodges of the home; son, Cory (Gina) Hancox of Bourne, MA; daughter, Jaimie (Jacob) Hardin of Hallsville, MO; parents, Clyde and Anna Hancox of Columbia, MO; sister, Pam (Cotton) Kuda of Vandalia, MO; sister, Penny Moore of Columbia, MO; grandkids, Kaylee Hancox, Casey Hancox and Weston Hardin; as well as nieces and nephew.

He is preceded in death by his grandparents, nephew, Eric Kuda, and niece, Angie Keele.

A visitation will be held on Saturday, June 19th, 2021 at Memorial Funeral Home, 1217 Business Loop 70 W, Columbia, MO 65202 from 1:30pm till time of the memorial service at 2:30pm.

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Tom Reichert

June 16, 2021

Cary and I became friends when we worked together back in 1985 at American Air Filter. We bowled and played Softball together and I remember his kids being born and how happy that made him. I remember that he had a 1978 Ford truck with a camper shell that he let me borrow to move from Columbia to Hallsville in 1989. I hate the fact that we did not stay close but will always remember our friendship and I am very fond of his kids Cory and JJ. ❤️

Matt Lansford

June 9, 2021

Cary was always so kind to me. I worked with him for the last 5 years. He was so interested in how and why equipment did what it did. He also remembered my kids and asked about them. Of coarse he always would share how his family was doing. I will miss the jerky at Christmas time and the good talks about life and work. I would also like to express my sincere condolences to the family.

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