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Patricia Ann Cox July 11, 1938 - December 9, 2021

Patricia Ann Cox

Patricia Ann Cox, age 83, passed away on December 9, 2021, in the comfort of her own home.

Pat was born in Grants Lick, Kentucky to Arthur and Ona Webster. Pat married Bill Cox of Williamsburg, Kentucky. They were married for 64 years, and he preceded her in death in 2020.

Pat is survived by her children; Peggy (Richard) Earls, Vicki (Steve) Spaulding, William Nathaniel “Billy Bamm” Cox, Jr., and Michael (Alissa) Cox, grandchildren; Trisha (Matthew) Clark, Richard (Lindsay) Earls II, Addie Earls, David (Kelly) Spaulding, Steve Spaulding, Jason (Rachael) Spaulding, Sasha Fuller, Nate Halcomb, Kathryn Cox and Michael Bascom Cox, and 19 great-grandchildren, siblings; Joyce White and Mabel Roller, and many extended relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Bill Cox, her grandchild, Ashley Pollitt, six siblings, and her parents, Arthur and Ona Webster.

Pat retired from the City of Cincinnati where she spent her career as a Recreational Director for youth and seniors. She especially enjoyed spending time with her family.

Visitation will be held Wednesday, December 22, 2021, from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM when services will begin, at the Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home, 2155 Compton Road, 45231. (face mask are required) Burial will follow at Arlington Memorial Gardens. Memorial donations can be directed to Hospice of Cincinnati https://hospiceofcincinnati.org/donate/, the Dragonfly Foundation https://dragonfly.org/donate-now/, or the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation https://www.cff.org/donate. Online condolences can be left at www.AMGFuneralHome.com.

Visitation will be held Wednesday, December 22, 2021, from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM when services will begin, at the Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home (2155 Compton Road, 45231 - Follow light blue line upon entering Memorial Park). Burial will follow at Arlington Memorial Gardens.


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    Betty (Reynolds) Hensley says

    Peggy Vickie Billy Mikey. , I send you so much love. I hope you remember me. My heart holds so much love and memories of your mom. And you guys too. And your dad.. Pat replaced my mom for me way back. Your mom did so much for the children of the East End. . Christmas parties, penny carnival, last day greased watermelon races in the pool, feeding food coloring through the filters ! Most from her own pocket. Of course we helped. But none of it would have happened without your mom. Pat was the last true person who took care of us. Of course I have personal memories too. And they’re the very best. ( I was never allowed to call my mom she, so I will not call your mom she either ) Thank you for sharing your mom with us. Love all of you and remember all of you too !♥️

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    Angie (Reynolds) Carson says

    When I think of my childhood alot of memories are of Pat from LeBlond Center. You were unconditionally loved and will truly be missed. Rest in Paradise Pat

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    Eldon Murray and Family says

    So sorry for your loss. We rented the house on Chambers street from your dad. We will remember your family in our prayers.

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    Tammy Atkinson says

    I remember her from leblond a great lady always was happy. Ceramics there was always a blast. My deepest condolences

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    Michelle Smith says

    My mom Patty Smith took us kids to Leblond park for years. She did ceramics with Pat. I spent many days at that rec center as a teen- it was always our safe place. Love you Pat. Prayers of comfort

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    Tabatha Case says

    Your mother was a big piece of many lives when we were young. She was a constant for many of the kids I grew up with. so many of us have memories beyond recognition from LeBlond center. Send much love and respect to a genuine woman. May you be celebrating with those gone before you at those beautiful gates. RIP Mrs. Pat

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    Bobbie Gray says

    I remember your mom with the fondest of memories at McKie Center. She was a kind lady with a good sense of humor. She was loved by many. And she was a very pretty lady. Now she has joined your sweet dad forever. My condolences to each and everyone of you <3

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    Terry Allen says

    Peggy Vickie Billy and Mikey, losing a treasure like a mother is very hard. She was a very sweet lady. So very sorry for your loss you are in our prayers. Sending our condolences with love. Benny and Terry Allen 😇

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