Philip Cox Death, Obituary – We are sorry to inform you that Philip Cox (Portland, Maine) died away on November 25, 2022 at the age of 65. It is with deep regret that we share with you the news of his passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with the surviving family and friends of the deceased. We are informing you of the news of his passing with a heavy heart and a great deal of sorrow on our shoulders.
While they are going through this challenging time with him, we want his family and friends to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers and that we are thinking about them. On this memorial page, friends and family members are invited and given the opportunity to express their condolences to the family in the form of words that they can write right here on the website. These words can be written as a monument to the person who has passed away. You are able to read these condolences by clicking on the “Condolences” link that is located at the bottom of this page.
Before he was born, both of his parents, Francis James Cox and Patricia Cox, as well as his sister Judy Maddocks, had passed away. His mother and father’s names are Francis James Cox and Patricia Cox. Judy Maddocks was the sole member of his family still alive. Following the deaths of his parents, he was brought into the world. He is survived by his wife Donna Cox, who resides in Portland at the present time; his daughters Jennifer (who is married to Jerry Monahan) and Kimberly Cox (who is married to Scott Stone), both of Brunswick;
His grandchildren Dawson, Nicholas, Bella, and Jayla; and his siblings Rita Stain (who is married to Mickey) who currently resides in Portland, Brian Cox (who is married to Cindy) who currently resides in Portland, Carolyn Waters (who is married to Ron), In addition to being survived by his children, he is also survived by his grandchildren, specifically Dawson, Nicholas, and Bell. His children and grandchildren will miss him deeply. In addition to this, he is survived by a sizeable number of nieces, nephews, and other members of his extended family who will carry on the customs and rituals that he developed.