This is the hardest thing I’ve ever been through my whole life. I missed you yesterday and I miss you today and I miss you more forever.
My favorite thing about you was how much you cared about the kids. We will miss you a lot. I havent stepped foot in the house but it wont be the same. Hunter will be over Saturday and I had a talk with him about how you wont be there and thats hard.
As I grieve I cry I feel very sad you weren’t just my friend but more like a dad I will miss you eugene with all my heart but take comfort in knowing your at peace in heart will always love and remember you your friend forever Bobbie killian
Eugene will be greatly missed. I will miss seeing him sit out the front porch, saying hi as I leave the house. Waving at me. I will miss his smile and his stories. He loved talking about his days as a machinist. I will miss him keeping Jeff company on summer days. I know Jeff will greatly miss Eugene. There is a hole in our lives and in our neighborhood. Eugene you were greatly loved by us all. We can only find peace in knowing you are at peace. No more pain. Time to rest in peace, but forever in our hearts.
I’ll forever be your tech helper Eugene! Though sometimes I might have been in a hurry or busy I always tried to make it a point you got what you needed or wanted and you understood whatever you asked me about. I even remember the days I helped with you with your desktop computer! You are already greatly missed, love you and sleep easy Grandpa! Hope the IT guy upstairs is just as sharp!
i know we never met eugene but you are missed dearly by many and your soul to this day is being cherished – chris
Eugene Stanley Cox, 81, passed away on January 25, 2020. He was born on October 23, 1938 to Cherry Cox and Dimple Elms in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Eugene’s main passion in life was mechanics. He was a machinist for most of his life. He loved working on cars and machines. Eugene was very high tech. He had CB radios and would stay up to date on all technologies including Facebook. Eugene attended Vann Ave Baptist Church with his companion Faye.
Eugene is survived by children Becky Valentine of Sioux City, Iowa; Terry (Teresa) Cox of Evansville, IN; Stanley (Julie) Cox of Sioux City, Iowa; and Michael Cox of Sioux City, Iowa; his grandchildren Terry Cox Jr., Teirney Cox, Sharaea Schmidt, Amanda Hard, Alex Cox, Zach Cox, Ariel, Titan, and Tyrel; his seven great-grandchildren; several loving nieces and nephews; his sisters Joy and Helen; and a longtime friend who kept him in good spirits for many years, Bobbie Killian.
Eugene was preceded in death by his father Cherry Cox; his sister Imogene; his companion Charlotte Faye Newcomb; and the love of his life Shirley Hahn.
As per Eugene’s wishes, there will be no services at this time.
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