|Birth: ||Apr. 9, 1941|
|Death: ||Oct. 24, 2008|
West Virginia, USA
Son of Carlyle Nelson Cox & Reva Rigby, the Eldest of six sons. Bill died at the age 67, of a heart attack while hiking on the George Washingon National Forest in West Virginia.
Married Clarice Christensen May of '67 while working in the Nation's Capital. Together they have five children and thirteen grandchildren.
Served an LDS Mission in the Central Atlantic States from '60-'62. Spent five years in the Utah National Guard. Attended Snow College followed by Utah State University and received a BS in Electrical Engineering in '65.
Lived overseas for over 10 years (Iran, Greece, Ethiopia, England and the Philippines Islands and also Miami, Florida) of his career as a government official. Retired as a Senior Officer with 34 years of service. Enjoyed many exciting times while serving overseas including being assigned to Manila, when "People Power" took down Ferdinand Marcos.
After retiring, worked as an independent contractor doing consulting work in Communications Security for the Washington Intelligence Community.
Worked in the Washington D.C. Temple for six years. Enjoyed many church jobs, he was the very best home teacher anyone could ask for! His last being the High Priest Group Leader.
Carlyle Nelson Cox (1912 - 1976)
Reva Rigby Cox (1915 - 1997)
"There's such a lot of world to see"
Note: Grandpa, thanks for taking us birding! We miss you!! Love, Laura, Allyson, Brandon, Madison, Dalan, Easton, Haven, Carson, Victoria, Jillian, Rebekah, Sabrina, and Craig.
Fairview City (Upper) Cemetery
Plot: Lot 8 Block 15
Created by: Clarice Christensen Cox
Record added: Apr 28, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 36496281
Bill, I miss you still . . .with much love until we meet again -|
Marc & Jackie LePage
Added: Apr. 23, 2012
Bill i wish i knew you before you passed, your wife told me about you and i can see that you are a man of love and service, you will always be remembered,I'm so grateful for your wonderful wife.....|
Added: Jun. 9, 2010
Bill, These flowers remind me of you ... a burst of energy, always open and willing to serve others, forever caring. I miss seeing and interacting with you, but I'm so grateful for your wonderful wife.|
Dorothy A. Flores
Added: May. 18, 2009
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