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William "Bill" George Cox

April 8, 1958 - November 24, 2020

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In the early morning hours of Tuesday, November 24, 2020, William George Cox (Bill) passed away at the East Kootenay Regional Hospital with his wife, Sol by his side.  Bill was born on April 8, 1958 in Cranbrook and was one of four children born to Bob and Millie Cox.

Bill was an avid fisherman and loved his time spent on the lakes and rivers in the area.  Bill also really enjoyed travelling and did a lot of travel over his lifetime.  Through his travels, he met his wife, Sol in Brazil at the famous carnivals that are held there.  Bill and Sol met in Brazil in 2005 and married on October 13, 2007.  They made many trips back to Brazil to visit Sol’s family and spend time on the beaches that Bill loved so much.  Bill also enjoyed scuba diving as well and lived his life well during the time he had on this earth.

Bill leaves behind his beloved wife, Sol as well as two children; Kevinn and David.  Bill also leaves his father, Bob and two sisters Roseann and Deannie.  Bill was predeceased by his brother, Joe and by his loving mother Mildred just 3 days before him.  Bill will be forever missed.

There will be no funeral service held at this time.  Condolences may be left for the family at www.markmemorial.com

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From: Mark Memorial Funeral Services

Mark Memorial Funeral Services Staff send our condolences to family and friends.

From: Teri Sebolsky
Relation: Friends for many years!

Rest In Peace Bill, you will be missed by so many. My thoughts and prayers are with the families.

From: Larry and Teri
Relation: A very good friend

I worked with bill for over 40 years very sad to see him go at such a young age my wife and I are going to miss him sweet dreams bill

From: Brad Joseph
Relation: friend

Bill, we have been friends for 50 years, went to trade school together and were work partners for years. We grew and learned together through all those years, doing the things that were important to us and sharing the memories. I will be there for Sol and your boys to help where i can to get them thru this loss. Hope you can now enjoy a Coke and a Smoke and we will see you on the other side… Brad

From: Sue and Dave McLeay
Relation: worked with Bill for many years and met his family every week at the local farmers market

Rest in Peace Billy – you will be missed by many. Sincere, heartfelt condolences to Solange, Kevinn & David

From: Marvin Gervais
Relation: Worked with Bill

Sorry for your loss.Best wishes for you and the kids.

From: Doug Wood
Relation: worked with Bill

I met Bill when I started at the Elko mill in 1985, Bill was a person who worked hard and never shied away from any job put before him. When I had opportunity to work with him on shift it was always an adventure because when you asked Bill about his scuba diving trips he was so passionate it was like you were there with him.
Some days Bill would show up for work with all that crazy hair going every which way and he would always have a smoke in one hand and a coke in the other and I would swear he just climbed out of bed.
Bill lived the single life and would cook up his signature grilled cheese sandwich for lunch at work. Well that all changed when Bill met and married Sol, as she would send him, to work with a meal. Bills family meant the world to Bill !
Calling the millwright Shop, and Bill would answer with his gruff tone “GO AHEAD” will be missed!!
RIP Bill

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