January 2, 1949-March 21, 2019
Virginia “Jenny” Ann Cox, 70, of Bryan, TX passed away on Thursday, March 21, 2019.
Cremation arrangements are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers, Bryan-College Station. Express condolences at www.CallawayJones.com
Ray, Kim, & Shane, many uplifting prayers or said for you this day as you grieve for Jenny. Many stories have been shared over the years. We were blessed to have you for neighbors during our younger years. I can just picture Jenny and Larry sharing more tall tales as they greet each other in heaven. Take care of each other and give big hugs.
Thank you so much Margie, our families share so many memories of good times, laughter and pure friendship together. We were also blessed to have you and your family as neighbors as well. Last time I was home we sat and reminisced about our family and yours and our many adventures. Love you so much.
Jenny was a wonderful lady. She was a great library assistant in the BISD libraries. She and I worked together in the Bryan High library for many years, and I saw her help thousands of students. Jenny loved her family and was especially proud of her grandchildren. I am so very sorry for your loss.
Thank you Sandal, and also for sharing your memories of mom, she truly was a special person. She loved to help people and was such a sincere person. She will greatly be missed,
Our prayers are with the family.
Tommy and Ginger Lanehart
Thank you Tommy and Ginger. Mom will be missed greatly.
I worked with Jenny back in 1990 at Bowie Elementary. Such a classy lady. Always smiling. So sorry for your loss.
Thank you Betty. You are right mom was pretty classy, happy and had a big heart. Her being gone has put a huge hole in our hearts. But she is now free of pain and resting peacefully. For that it brings some comfort.
I worked w/ Mrs. Cox at Lamar 9th Grade Campus and then at Bryan High School for many years. She was always like a “Mom” and very encouraging to me! I watched her care for thousands of students and support hundreds of teachers. We used to swap stories about our greyhounds back in the ’90s–Oh, how she loved her Jake! I’m sure he was waiting at the Rainbow Bridge to greet her last week! I will miss my Friend’s sweet smile and kind words. Rest easy in Him, Miss Jenny.
Thank you so much Cassandra for sharing your memories of mom. I am so glad she touched your’s and so many others lives. She truly was a special person who was so infectious with her smile and warm heart, not to mention her shortness that contributed greatly to her personality! 🙂 She was taken way too soon in our minds and it just isn’t the same without her. I still am in a state of shock. But she is now at peace and that brings some comfort. Again thank you, your message touched my heart.
My deepest sympathy to Ray and family. I miss Jenny so much. She was a wonderful friend. We had so much fun working together at Lamar and Bryan High School. She enjoyed visiting about plants, cars, music, and many other topics. She was a blessing to those who knew her.
Keeping you in my prayers. Leslie Jones