Tracy A Cox
Tracy A Cox was born April 22, 1962 in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Jeanette Anderson and Max Cox. He was the second of six children. As a child, he lived in Driggs, Idaho; Oak City, Utah and Gardnerville, Nevada. He married Laura Streng in Oakland, California on August 9, 1984 (divorced in 2006), and was the parent of three children, Brettany, Jeremy and Andrea. He is survived by his three children, three grandchildren, all of his siblings, and his father.
Tracy attended Douglas High School in Gardnerville, Nevada, where he graduated with the class of 1980. In 1987 he graduated from University of Nevada, Reno with a degree in Business Administration. He built his own business as a financial adviser, a career he enjoyed throughout his life. Tracy was an adventurous person who enjoyed riding motorcycles, traveling the world, and didn’t think twice about skydiving when he was nearly fifty. He also loved spending time outdoors, traveling, and eating good food. He appreciated music, and earlier in life his hobbies included photography, painting, and pottery. Despite his active lifestyle he always took the time to slow down and spend quality time with his kids, grandbabies, and close friends.
He passed from this life April 4, 2018. His memorial service will be held 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 14, 2018, at Bently Ferris Recreation Park at 1751 Orbit Way in Minden, NV. Please join his friends and family for this casual event.
I send my love and deepest sympathy to all of Tracy’s family at this time. From cousin Garth Anderson
Peace and comfort to all who know and love Tracy. He is welcomed into his next expression. My prayer is with you all.
After God removes wickedness and suffering, the earth will be transformed into a paradise. Then people will be able to live forever in perfect health and happiness. God’s Word foretells: “[God] will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore.”—Revelation 21:4.
In that new world, even dead ones will be brought back to life to share in those blessings: “There is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous.” (Acts 24:15) That is why Jesus Christ could tell a repentant evildoer who expressed faith in him: “You will be with me in Paradise.”—Luke 23:43.
I hope these thoughts provide some comfort during this difficult time.