4 thoughts on “Francis Ray Cox”

  1. Uncle Ray was a wonderful man, Joel my husband who passed away in 2012 we enjoyed our visits with him and Aunt Phyllis, so sorry he will be missed. Love, Linda Cox

  2. Sherry Talbot

    I remember playing cards at Tay and Phyllis’ home near the river. Every summer we would go camping at Kentucky Lake. I remember Ray helped me get up on two skis when I was 16. My dad said hold on and don’t let go. Ray came beside me and said grit your teeth and hold on and you can do it. I did learn to water ski that day. I pray for Bill, Jeff, and Phyllis. I enjoyed talking with you at Jeff and Jannette’s Anniversary. Blessings to you all.

  3. Ray was a good man who will always be remembered. He always took time after basketball games to speak to the Crossville players and was so respectful. Jeff, you will always remember him in everything you do. I still hear Glen when I am doing work and I know what he would say if he were still here. You and Bill will hear him in your head and apply all that he taught you. He instilled a great work ethic in both of you . He did all he could because of his love for you both. He will always be remembered. Glen Piland thought a lot of Ray and Phyllis.
    I hope you can find solace and comfort in the legacy he left for all who crossed his path.
    May GOD bless the whole family in this time of sorrow.

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