Linda Cox

Linda Cox

Tuesday, December 23rd, 1947 Thursday, May 30th, 2019

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Obituary for Linda Rodden Cox

Linda Rodden Cox, 71, of Belton SC, went to be with the Lord, Thursday, May 30th 2019.
She is survived in life by her son Tracy W. Crews, grandchildren, Amber Crews, Cory Crews, Kelly Fischer, great grandchild, Harper Johnson, special friends, Trina Hamby, Tammy Cook Roberts and loving pet Lucky.
Linda is preceded in death by her devoted husband Eddie Cox and son Chip Crews,
parents, Grady Rodden and Mary Francis Mayness, and loving pets Rocky, and Folie.
Linda's hobbies and interests included, relaxing on the beach at Ocean Isle Beach, NC, Seashell Hunting, Learning new things, Cooking, Playing games (dominos), Watching Movies, Spending time with families, Quilting, Gardening, Reading, and Elvis Presley.
Linda Cox was a member of First Christian Church Ministries in Kernersville, NC for many years before she moved to Anderson County, SC in 2015. She was a member of the Single Sisters/Red Hat’s Society in Kernersville, NC. In addition, Linda was a school bus driver for Winston-Salem Forsyth County School system. Years have gone by, and she can still relate so many life lessons back to when she drove a school bus. She loved her time there and the friends she made through the school system. She always had a story to tell, and she could always make you laugh. She loved her family. She enjoyed spending time with her son and grandchildren. She spent a lot of time throughout the year collecting funny gifts to give when she and her family played White Elephant on Christmas Eve. She could hardly contain her laughter when they opened the gifts. She was a true joy, and she was always willing to help someone learn something if she could. She always found her peace and strength in the Lord. She will be very missed, and remembered for her big heart that always wanted to help people, her strong Christian beliefs, her laugh, her love of giving gifts to people
One of her favorite bible verses:
Psalm 46: 10
He says, “Be still, and know that I am God;
I will be exalted among the nations,
I will be exalted in the earth.”
Memorial Service:
Sunday, June 9th at
Pierce-Jefferson Funeral home 213 W Mountain St Kernersville, NC
Place of Internment: Ocean Isle Beach, NC

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Kathryn Jones

Linda was my bus driver. She was great. I am so sorry to hear of her passing. I know she will be missed. Know that you will see her again.
Comment | Posted at 10:29am via Condolence

George Wilson

Sorry for your loss. May she rest in peace
Comment | Posted at 08:35pm via Condolence

Betty M.Hamby

Never got tó meet *Linda but i have heard alot of good things about her and i know she will be missed .Just know you will áll be in our thoughts and prayers .Betty Hamby and family
Comment | Posted at 04:09pm via Condolence

Jerry L. Priddy

I'm so sorry for your loss. Linda was a wonderful person, I worked with her for many years and she touched my heart on many occasions. On one occasion when I was sick and felt I couldn't go on she convinced me that I could and I will be for ever grateful for the love she showed me. My prayers are with all of her family.
Comment | Posted at 10:16am via Condolence

Donna Wesley

Linda went to Spruce Pine Friends with me for a while. She was the sweetest person. She had a contagious laugh. I was able to reconnect through FB recently. She wanted to know how my mom was, a friend of hers from Spruce Pines as well. Linda was so full of life and loved by all. Tracy your momma was one of the best. She loved her husband, her sons and she she told me all about her new life at the beach and her precious granddaughter. Linda was “Love”! So very sorry in the loss of your mother. She’s with Jesus now.
Comment | Posted at 10:00am via Condolence

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