OBITUARY

Beverly A. Cox

July 9, 1945March 26, 2018
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Beverly Ann Cox “Mammy,” 72 of Fillmore passed away on March 26, 2018, at her residence with her family by her side.

She was born July 9, 1945 in Greencastle and was the daughter of Mildred (Query) Paris and Manuel Rodriquez of Mexico.

She had worked at Dixie Chopper Business Center for several years. She loved having family gatherings and planning games and activities. She enjoyed reading, gardening, sewing, and cooking new recipes for family dinners.

She married Tonny Cox Jr., on October 1, 1961.

Survivors include her husband, two sons, Greg (Bonnie) Cox, and Doug (Kathy), Cox; one daughter, Angie (Jeff), Haltom, all of Fillmore; two brothers, Melvin (Susie), Paris, Mooresville, and Donald (Virginia) Query, Phoenix, Arizona; three sisters, Judy (John), Callendar, Terre Haute; Pam (Tony) Butz, Bloomington; and Connie Roe, Martinsville; nine grandchildren, Brittany Church, McKenzie Shannon, Siddalee Cox, Rene Jarred, Mike (Elizabeth) Jarred, Macie Snowden, Darian Strong, and Megan and Marley Haltom; three great grandchildren, Keylan Church, Jay William Wysong, and Charlotte Jarred; and several cousins, nieces, nephews, and in-laws.

She was preceded in death by her mother and grandparents Charles (Sarah) Query; two brothers, Cecil Ray Query, and Wayne Basham, of Phoenix, in-laws Tonny (Frances) Cox and a special friend Tess Puett.

The family will have private family services at Hopkins-Rector Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Forest Hill Cemetery.

Memories may be shared with the family at www.Hopkins-Rector.com.

Services

  • Private Family Services Friday, March 30, 2018
REMEMBERING

Beverly A. Cox

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Tammy Burgess

March 30, 2018

Another great lady gone to soon! Tony my heart goes out to you and prayers of healing and comfort

Karen and Kent Ames

March 28, 2018

Beverly was one of the sweetest people I've met. So warm and caring. She will be missed. Our prayers are with you all. God give you His peace.

Judy Callender

March 28, 2018

I never knew Bev as a sister, we met later in life after we had our own families, but when we would see each other in passing, she always called me sis and made sure I felt loved. We found we had a lot in common, but from what little I knew of her, I could see that she was a wonderful person and loved life and her family. I wish we could have known each other at an earlier age, I know we would have been the best of friends. She has a very loving family and I know she was so very proud of all of them. I really regret not trying to get to know her better. I always thought someday we would grow to be close, but I kept putting it off, and now I’m so sorry. My love goes to her husband, her brothers and sisters, grand and great grand children. Bev, you were very special to them and I was blessed to have known you.

Lisa Wood

March 28, 2018

One of my favorite mothers to talk and laugh with! We have a lot of childhood memories with Bev and her family! When she would see me at any time she would give me a "Big Hug"! Sending Strength, Prayers, and lots of "HUGS" & "LOVE" to her family in this time of need!

We will miss you Bev! Especially that smile of "Love"!

Randy & Lisa Wood (Ray)

Billy Singleton

March 28, 2018

A beautiful lady everyday. A wonderful privilege to call her friend.

Janie Briones and family

March 27, 2018

So sorry to hear of the loss of this wonderful woman. I always thought it was so cool how instead of calling my mom Nico, she would call her Neato!! She will be sorely missed and our thoughts and prayers to all the family!

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