In Loving Memory of Nola “Jean” Cox

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Nola “Jean” Cox

(Mama Cox)

Nola “Jean” Cox was born November 23, 1932 in Harlan, KY and spent her last wonderful years surrounded by her family in Mt. Carmel, OH.  A devoted Christian for most of her life, Jean went home to be with her Lord on Saturday, March 19, 2016.  Jean was a loving wife and mother, and a faith-filled church mother to the Full Gospel House of Refuge located in Mt. Carmel.  She lived her life as a beacon of light, shining brightly to bring others to our savior Jesus Christ.

Jean was preceded in death by her loving husband of 63 years, Andrew J. “AJ” Cox; loving son, Danny R. Cox; two brothers, Kenneth and Silas Barnes; and three sisters, Della Sutton, Maureen Frost, and Lola Rogers.

Jean leaves behind a legacy of love to her son, Rev. Robert Cox; two daughters, Shirley Patterson and Sharon (Jerry) Hall; grandsons, Charles (Rachel) Patterson, Jason  Patterson, Jerry Andrew and Robert Daniel Hall; great grandchildren, Elizabeth, Chandler, Dawson, and Dillon; a host of church family and many special friends including her caregivers, Della Cable and Sue Collins.

Services:
Full Gospel House of Refuge
516 Old State Route 74
Mt. Carmel, OH 45244
Viewing:
Friday, March 25th from 5:00pm – 9:00pm
Home Going Service:
Saturday, March 26th at 11:00am

 

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to her home church, The Full Gospel House of Refuge.

 

We love you and pray God’s blessings upon you,

Your friends in Christ
at the Full Gospel House of Refuge

8 thoughts on “In Loving Memory of Nola “Jean” Cox”

  1. Heaven has gained another saint. I loved this woman from the bottom of my heart. She will be greatly missed, she is up there rejoicing with her adopted son, Eddie Richardson.

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  2. mama cox was like my second grandma and when i first met her she would always wrapp her arms around me and say to me now gina u got to stay in church keep coming to church and your life will be full filled and she was 100% right cause my life is filled with a godly husband and jesus has restored on what the devil stoled from me this woman has had a special impact on my life and on alot of peoples lives and that was to show the love of Jesus and she sure let that light shine she will be highly missed she was an angel that everyone knew Jesus did live inside her heart Mama COX U WILL BE MISSED THAN MORE THAN WORDS CAN SAY THANK U FOR BEING THE WOMAN OF GOD AND RAISING SUCH A HIGHLY ANOITING SON u did a awesome job we love u Mama cant wait to see u in Heaven one day

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  3. I AM SO BLESSED TO HAVE SIS COX IN MY LIFE. SHE WAS AND IS A WONDERFUL FRIEND. LIFE WILL BE SO DIFFERENT FOR ROBERT AND FAMILY FOR SURE. BUT AS HE TOLD ME GODS GRACE IS SUFFICIENT. SHE LOVED HER CHILDREN FOR SURE. BLESSINGS TO ALL OF THE FAMILY FAYE OAKS

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  4. i met mama cox at roberts old church and i will never forget her saying to me gina stay in church gina cause this is the only way u will be able to make it stay with jesus and he will work your life out and she was 100 % right she reminds me of my grandma my grandma was the spiritiual leader in my moms family so mama cox will never be forgotten cause she always made people from all types of life feel at home and loved Mama Cox we will see u in heaven one day i will miss seeing u and your hugs and your cute little voice and your great smelling perfume but i know Jesus was ready for u so bye Mama see u soon

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  5. Pastor Robert and Family,
    Landon and I wish to express our sorrow at your loss of your precious mother. Heaven is all the sweeter and the dividend of having led a wonderful christian life is worth all the hardships that your mother ever endured. She would say, “Hurry up, Hurry up, Children, Come on Home!” Thanks to Sis. Faye Oakes for sending me this opportunity to express our love to you all. Fay and Landon Sexton

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  6. Sis. Cox was truly a saint of God, the first time I met her she welcome me and my family in church as though she had known us all her life. When the Lord said that He knows how much we love Him by how much we love each other. It was evident that she truly loved the Saviour. I will forever on this earth miss her and her sweet smile. This is just one more reason “Heaven Is Sounding Sweeter All The Time” See you one day soon, Mama Cox. I love you!!!

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  7. What a beautiful woman sister Cox was. She always was the first person to welcome you to church & the last to hug you g’bye. I will miss her as so very many will & I only regret I didn’t get the chance to know her longer. Everything you read or hear about her always mentioned, is her gentle, loving kindness & sweet, sweet smile. Love ya my dear sister. One sweet day… 🙏

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