OBITUARY

Mildred Cox

October 19, 1918January 27, 2013
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Mildred Cox, 94, of Texarkana, Tx passed away Sunday, January 27, 2013 in a local nursing home. She was born on October 19, 1918 in Sherman, TX. Mrs. Cox was a retired school teacher.

Survivors include two daughters and son-in-law; Barbara Warbritton and special friend Ed Wille of Big Fork, AR and Deborah and George Nuckolls of Texarkana, TX; grandchildren, Michele Smith, Erik Tijburg, Robert Hess, Jr. and William Hess; 5 great grandchildren.

Memorial service will be at 2pm Thursday, January 30, 2013 at East Memorial Chapel-Moores Lane.

Memorials can be made to Hospice of Texarkana.

Online tributes can be sent at www.eastfuneralhomes.com.

Services

  • Memorial Service Thursday, January 31, 2013
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Billie Hulke

February 4, 2013

Dear Barbara and Family:

I have fond memories of your precious mother from our Home Economics class at Mission High School and our slumber parties at your home. May God comfort you during this difficult time and bless you with beautiful memories of your mother.

Blessings,
Billie Hulke (Tarbutton)

Nell Tijburg-Frye

February 4, 2013

I have many happy memories of Mildred. She had so much energy and took pleasure in joining people in games; there was playing bridge, making a quilt with a group, making music in a church with glasses, but also making the best of it : whem she could not join in sports outside on a sportsfield she made do with a match with cherrypitts in a pillow inside and she had a lot of fun wih it too. I am very sorry she is gone and I wish her family strenth. Nell Tijburg-Frye, Naarden., The Netherlands.

Susan Peabody

January 30, 2013

Dear Mildred will be greatly missed! She was like a big sister to my Dad and I am ever grateful for her friendship to Dad and to me. I still miss our rides to church together, chatting about kitties, the news, etc. I'm grateful to have learned of Mildred's family and I send them a big hug of love and thanks for sharing their Mildred with me. Eternal Life is Mildred's, so she continues her life of joy, graciousness, intelligence, and kindness -- with a lapfull of cat to pat, too!

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