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Harold Deen Cox

October 16, 1936 - March 26, 2023
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Greenlawn Funeral Home South
441 West Battlefield
Springfield, Missouri
Tuesday 3/28, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Harold Deen Cox was born on October 16, 1936, to George and Alla Cox (Vandivort). He departed this life on Sunday, March 26, 2023. Harold was raised on his parent’s farm in Houston, Missouri. He graduated from Central High School in 1955 after the family moved to Springfield his senior year. As a young man, he was saved at the Oakdale
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John Mark Vandivort left a message on April 5, 2023:
Harold and I were fellow officers of the Future Farmers of America Chapter, Houston High School, Houston, MO. Later, he and his family provided a home away from home for me as a freshman at Missouri State. My Christian faith was encouraged by attending church with them. J. Mark Vandivort
The Siracusa Family left a message on March 29, 2023:
We will forever be grateful you came into our lives Harold. Such a great “PaPa”! We love you and will miss dearly. Thanks for the precious memories.
Kamela (Haden) Gibbs left a message on March 28, 2023:
I wish my health was good enough to attend services. I love this family so much! I got the pleasure of working directly with Harold for several years on printing projects for his company, in addition to knowing this family personally through church and fellowship. You will never meet any family better than this one! He will be missed. I’m sure my mom and dad are rejoicing with Doris in heaven that he has joined them! Praying for you through this time of grief.
Deloris Baty left a message on March 28, 2023:
I got acquainted with Harold about 12 years ago at the fitness center.He was always a true gentleman.He was always so nice to me.He will be missed.My thoughts and prayers are with the family
Steve & Pat Siracusa left a message on March 28, 2023:
Karen and family please accept our most sincere and heartfelt condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Mary Anne Gotheridge left a message on March 27, 2023:
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Scott & Linda Reynolds left a message on March 27, 2023:
Our deepest sympathies to Karen, Harold’s children Cathy, Patty, and Brad, and all other family members. Harold was a wonderful man and we enjoyed our trips and other time spent with he and Karen. Rest in peace Harold and thanks for the memories. Scott & Linda
William L Bowler left a message on March 27, 2023:
Our hearts and prayers go out to each of you in the loss of Harold. We pray for God’s peace that passes all understanding for each of you. Karen, our love goes out to you. Bill and Onari
Clay left a message on March 27, 2023:
Michelle and I were just recalling some of the adventures we went on. We had such a good time going with you to the Bahamas and other exotic locations in the Caribbean. We were so blessed that you came into our lives and we got such precious time with you whether that be vacations, family outings, and holidays. When Michelle came up with the perfect Harold Christmas gift in 2018, tickets to a Cubs/Cardinals game, I counted the days until we got to take Harold to Wrigley Field. Sadly, his illness set it just prior to us going, and he was unable to go. I have always been sad about that, as I had really hoped to create a special memory for all of us in one of baseball's true shrines. (Go Cubs! Sorry Harold, I couldn't resist. Just glad you never held it against me.) I have always heard in the father and son relationship, that when the elder passes, the son always wants just a little more time. I guess if I had that little bit more of time, it would be that game at Wrigley with you cheering for your favorite Cardinals. At least we both cheered for the Chiefs, and it was an honor for you to wear my cap as you cheered the Chiefs on in the playoffs this year. Thanks for adding light to our lives! While I have never lost a parent, I am learning losing a step-father is much tougher than I could ever imagine. Thanks for everything.
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