Rebecca Ann Thomas Cox was born April 30, 1955 and passed away May 16, 2015 in Homer, LA.
She was preceded in death by her parents Lena Mae Childs Thomas and G.F. (Pistol) Thomas, two sisters, Mary Beth Lumpkin, and Bonita Jo Bower, her brother, Gaylard (Bubba) Thomas, and her nephew, Chris Lumpkin. She is survived by her loving husband of thirty five years, Gary Cox, and their son, Brady Cox, his girlfriend, Lauren Coker, nieces, Faith Lumpkin Thomas, Hope DeSormeaux and husband Mike, Charity Lumpkin Gross, Maggie Bowers Punch and husband Jeremy, Chris’ wife, Michelle Lumpkin, and Mandy Bower, nephews Ben Bower and wife Rebecca, Danny Lumpkin and wife Kelly, and Jamie Lumpkin, brothers-in-laws Buddy Bower, Ronnie Lumpkin, sisters-in-laws Debbie Thomas Huckaby and Debbie Cox Gilmore, her father-in-law, Jack Cox and her two aunts, Louise Thomas Foster and Marjorie Thomas Childs. Also left to cherish her sweet memory are many great nieces and nephews who she adored and whose lives she loved to follow through pictures, also life long friends and cousins who loved her and will miss her every day.
Becky was an unselfish caregiver, a loving wife and mother, and a devoted friend with a beautiful and ever present smile that will always be remembered. She loved her music, talking with friends and family, and all things furry. Her life long unfaltering and abiding faith was never more evident than in these last few months. She never questioned why she was given this journey to travel but accepted it as God’s will for her. We were all blessed to have her in our lives, and now heaven is brighter because of her.
Services for Becky will be held at New Sarepta Baptist Church, where she was a long time member, on Tuesday May 19, 2015 at 10 AM with pastors Scott Tuetsch and Marty Wright officiating. Visitation will be Monday May 18, 2015 from 5 to 7 PM. Burial will be in White Hall Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Northwest Chapter of the American Cancer Society 920 Pierremont Rd. Shreveport, LA, or the charity of the donor’s choice.