Services for Minnie M. Todd Cox, age 82, of Jacksonville, are scheduled for 2 p.m. Sat., Jan. 26, at Autry Funeral Home with Brother David Hallum officiating.
Burial will be held at Resthaven Memorial Park, Jacksonville.
Mrs. Cox passed away Fri., Jan. 19, 2013 at her home in Jacksonville surrounded by her loved ones.
She was born Feb. 16, 1930 in Frederick, Okla. to Willie and Lula Jones.
Mrs. Cox was a member of Afton Grove Baptist Church, active in the WMA and served in the church nursery for many years.
She is preceded in death by her parents, husband Claude Samuel Todd, brothers Nathan Jones and wife Fannie Bell and Andrew Jones, sister Lola Reeves, granddaughter Emma Dunnam, and nephews Ronald Jones and Francis “Tom” Taylor.
Survivors include her son Wayne Todd and wife Donna of Jacksonville; daughters Evelyn Langston and husband Carl of Baytown and Charlene Mayfield and husband Jackie of Jacksonville; grandchildren Jeff Todd and wife Carrie, Jason Todd and wife Jennifer, Christy Dunnam and husband Kelvin, Cindy Owen and husband John, Chris Langston and wife Paula, and Matthew McCauley; great grandchildren Brett and Julia Owen, Carleigh, Luke, and Cora Dunnam, Jayden Todd, Lilly Todd, and Camden Langston; nieces Reba Bustamento, Althea Jones, and Maydean Felt; and nephews Jerry Jones, Bruce Jones, Alvin Jones, and Calvin Jones.
Pallbearers will be Jeff Todd, Jason Todd, Matthew McCauley, Brett Owen, Jerry Jones, and Kelvin Dunnam.
Honorary pallbearers will be Ty Terrell, Josh Satterwhite, Trey Satterwhite, and Alec Gilbert.
Visitation will be from 6 - 8 p.m. Fri., Jan. 25 at Autry Funeral Home, Jacksonville.
A Beautiful Woman A Beautiful Soul :
Miss Minnie, a beautiful child of God, She always thrived through trials, at odds with none Christ’s love through her flowed from when she was young until she grew old, Her light shined through the darkness for all of her days, even when she lost her mother at a young tender age, Into a mother herself she grew, three lovely children and grandchildren too, A blessing to all whose lives she did touch, a blessing to family, a blessing at church, To God’s little lambs she taught His word, with always a smile and love in her heart, She always gave of herself and her time, asking nothing in return not even a dime, But now she’s rich in the presence of God, and left us behind her memories like Gold!
By Matthew McCauley