Brian Cox


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With Gift Aid: £281.25

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Page created by
Miranda Moore on 02/11/2013

Brian Cox

'Treat me like a fool...'
'Sheeeeeee may be the...'
'You'll never sell ice-creams at that speed'
'DON'T hit me...I'm wearing glasses!!!'

Just some of Dads classic lines. I'm sure one of them made you smile.
As you all know, our lovely dad passed away suddenly and peacefully from an undiagnosed heart condition on Oct 18th. As you can imagine, it was a devastating shock to everyone that knew and loved him. Fortunately, he didn't know he was ill as he'd have made a terrible patient!
Many of you have asked if there is charity, rather than flowers, you can donate to so we've set up this page for you.
Please don't forget to tick the gift aid box so more of your hard earned cash can go to this incredible charity.
Thank you all for your wonderful messages of support, they have been a huge comfort to us, and hope you all remember 'Coxxy' with a smile, as the original Larger Than Life character he was.
Miranda and Mike
Donations 7

Mrs Helen Kepple

Always happy and funny, you'll be truly missed Daddio! Hx


Mr and Mrs MikeandJulie Richardson


Miss Nikki Mckim


Miss Rowana Morris


Mrs jean sawyer

Come in No. 69


Mr Martin Marriner

So many wonderful memories of happy times shared. xx


Mr barry breed

A true friend . My sincere condolences to his family who will sorely miss him, as will I.

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The Coxs!

Me and daddio x

"Don't hit me I'm wearing glasses..."


How we regret not keeping in touch at times like this. So great to see the recent photos how good he looks Thinking of Doreen, Valerie and the family...

Mike and Julie

Such a shock, it just doesn't seem true. Love to Miranda, Mike and Val. Just who on earth am I going to gently take the piss out of at family gatherings now RIP Brian