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705 North Main Street
P.O. Box 864
Andrews, TX 79714
Phone: 432-524-5809
Fax: 432-523-2275
Billy Cox
In Memory of
Billy D. Cox
1924 - 2019
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Condolence From: Bob & Denise Stewart
Condolence: Billy Cox was one of the true gentlemen in the world , always had a smile and was a man of his word! Rare to find !
Billy and have been neighbors for several years now , he and Nell where a blessing in my life helping us become there neighbor that was a truly fine guesture!
He will be greatly missed!
Rest In Peace.
Bob & Denise
Wednesday January 23, 2019
Condolence From: Pamela Bales Rasmussen
Condolence: I was so blessed that Billy Cox was my uncle. I will miss that sweet, funny man who could always make me laugh.
When we were growing up, Aunt Nell and Uncle Billy took time out of their summers to entertatin my sister and me in Andrews. Nell, Billy, Gary and Brent took us swimming at Andrews Country Club, took us to tour Carlsbad Caverns, and showed us how to feed the cows. Uncle Billy taught us how to ride mini bikes, and let us ride them all over his property. They also hosted some great family reunions! They created some wonderful, fun memories, and I am forever grateful.
One of my fondest memories is of Billy sharing his World War II stories with my 3 boys over dinner at our house. My family will never forget that evening.
I am thankful for his good long life, and I know he is in heaven, but it is hard to say goodbye. He was one of the finest men I have ever known.

Pam and Hal Rasmussen
Christopher, Matthew and Blake
Wednesday January 09, 2019
Condolence From: Peggy Bales Cowan
Condolence: Billy Cox has been in my life since I was 15 years old. He was always my hero. He was gentle, kind sweet and treated Nell's little sisters with such love and inspirations.

The sweetest thing about Billy that I loved so much was how he always was such a gentleman when I asked him to dance with me and he didn't decline very often. He was a lot of things but he was an especially good dancer. Even dance teachers would go ask Billy Cox to dance with them, he was so good.

Billy Cox was a world war 11 veteran. He never talked much about it but he was in the south pacific war campaign and saw a lot of action.

He was an inspiration to my daughters and also to my grandsons. He was a true American with confidence in this wonderful country and always did his part to make it a great country. He was from Andrews Texas where the billboard said "Andrews loves God, Country and Free Enterprise."

I'm glad for Billy that he has been promoted to the Kingdom but I'm sad for us that he is gone. We all love you, Billy Cox!!
Monday January 07, 2019
Condolence From: Tracy Dotson
Condolence: Cox Families,

I'm so sorry for your loss. Billy was my father figure when my dad was sick and after he died. He instilled a lot of knowledge and personal characteristics on handling life in me. I didn't realize this till many years later and I had thought he was just telling us stories. Billy was the one who taught me how to drive a car in that old 60 something Ford Ranchero with the 3 speed on the column. I want to thank Brent and Gary for sharing their dad with me when I needed it and thank Nell for being my other mother.


My deepest condolences to your families and you all will be in my prayers. The world lost a great man, Billy, and I'm proud that I knew him and that he influenced my life to be a better person.


Love you guys,


Tracy Dotson and my children Peydon and Taylor
Saturday January 05, 2019
Condolence From: Casey Cowan Gale
Condolence: So sorry to hear about Billy. He was always a sweet funny dear man every time we went to visit Dad and Peggy. A bright star has dimmed, he is missed.
Saturday January 05, 2019
Condolence From: Rene' Price Wilcher
Condolence: Prayers for the whole Cox family. God's peace and comfort for you all!
I have known this family my whole life, so I am thinking of each and every one of you. Billy was a bright spot in all our lives and we are much better people for knowing him and being his friend. God bless all.
Saturday January 05, 2019
Condolence From: Sue & Brian Gordon
Condolence: Dear Nell,
What a loss! Not only to you and your family and friends, but to our entire community and beyond. He was a walking encyclopedia, and knew the history of our area better than anyone! Also he was always pleasant, always smiling, always friendly and always a joy to see.
We must leave town tomorrow morning and will not be able to attend his viewing and funeral and are so disappointed because we'd like to honor such an honorable man. But our love and prayers are yours and will continue as the days to by.
Brian and Sue Gordon
Saturday January 05, 2019