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Shawn Cox

June 20, 1969 — June 23, 2024

Shawn Cox was called home by our Lord and Savior on Sunday, June 23, 2024. A memorial service for Shawn will be held at 10:00 AM, on Thursday, June 27, 2024, at Brownfield Church of Christ with Chris Seaton officiating.

Shawn was born on June 20, 1969, in Brownfield to Sammy and Dean Cox. Shawn attended Brownfield High School and graduated in 1987. He assisted in the family business of the City Fruit Stand until its closing in 1995. For many years, he helped manage Sammy Cox Trucking Company, working on numerous highway construction projects and hauling cotton bales and seed across the state of Texas, all the while operating Triple C Cattle Company with his Dad and brother. Shawn also served in law enforcement for the Terry County Sheriff's Office as a Sheriff's Deputy and later as the Constable. Following his law enforcement career, Shawn started his personal business, Cox Diesel Repair, which he successfully ran for many years. 

Shawn had three children, Blake, Ty, and Faith, who he was immensely proud of and dearly loved. He thoroughly enjoyed hunting and fishing... especially fishing, where he caught numerous bucket-list fish. You could always find him experimenting and cooking up a new recipe as well as competing (and winning) cook-offs with his closest friends. Shawn will always be remembered as a selfless, caring, and hard-working man. He was always first to lend a hand and last to leave, ending every phone call with "Holler if you need anything." He had more lifelong friends than most, and will be greatly missed by all. Shawn was a true pillar of strength for his family and an exceptional father, son, brother, and friend.

Shawn is preceded in death by his Dad, Sammy Cox. Shawn is survived by his mother Dean Cox; two sons, Blake, Ty & fiancé Arissa Klumker, and daughter, Faith & fiancé Michael Madrigal; grandson, Tell Cox; brother, David Cox and wife Debbie; sister, Amanda Ryan and husband John; nieces and nephews, Aaron Cox, Darbie Beaver and husband Zack, Ashton Ryan, and Braylee Ryan.

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Thursday, June 27, 2024

Starts at 10:00 am (Central time)

Brownfield Church of Christ

502 Lubbock Hwy, Brownfield, TX 79316

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