Born: Saturday Feb 24, 1945

Died: Sunday Jul 29, 2018


Brenda Ruth Cox

February 24, 1945 - July 29, 2018

Brenda Ruth Cox, 73 of Starmount Nursing Center in Greensboro, went home to be with her heavenly father early Sunday morning, July 29, 2018 at Moses Cone Hospital.

There will be a private burial at Roselawn Memorial Gardens.

Ms. Cox was born on February 24, 1945 in Rockingham County to the late Perry Oscar Cox and the late Martha Campbell Cox.  She was a 1963 graduate of John Motley Morehead High School and then attended Greensboro College for two years.  Brenda worked for MB-F Inc as an Administrative Assistant until her health declined over the past years.  She was of the Catholic Faith and a member of Our Lady of Grace Church in Greensboro, NC.  Brenda enjoyed spending time with her Bichon Frise and loved every aspect of her job at MB-F Inc. and looked forward everyday to seeing everyone that worked there, she truly loved her job.

Ms. Cox is survived by her beloved work family at MB-F; the Bichon Rock Friends; a grand number of friends from around the country; her constant companion, Athena the Bichon Frise that was loving looked after by Debbie Mulcahy.

Along with her parents she is preceded in death by her brothers, Howard Oscar Cox and Percy Ray Cox and her sister, Mary Lee Cox.

Because of Ms. Cox’s love of her, Athena, the Bichon Frise, she has requested that in lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made in Brenda’s memory to the Bichon Frise Club of America Rescue; 4 Chartres Street; Brandon, MS  39047.

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Brenda Cox was the kindess lady I have ever known. I never met her personally but all for the love of our Bichon Frise dogs, we became Facebook friends. She was desrly loved by so many mutual Bichon lovers. We have lost a part of our family and a precious friend. I will miss you dear sweet Brenda.
Glenna Kolvek

Rest in peace beautiful lady l will miss your beautiful words and l never thought how sad l could be over a lady l have never met. But you have left me with a beautiful memory.
Bonnie Pace

Brenda.....our loss is Heaven's gain! Your passing was a schock to your Bischon Family💔 JJ MAN and I will never forget your kindness and generosity! May you rest in peace and fly high with the angels! Kiss my NOAH for me😢 XOXOXOXO We Love You💝
Cindy Kuzia

Brenda Cox was a very special friend to hundreds of us around the country and world all for the love of a very special breed of dog, the Bichon Frise. I only knew her from Facebook but she became very dear to me. She was the most kind, gentle, loving lady I have ever known. She made me want to be a kinder person. Always concerned about everyone and never mentioning herself except her love for her beloved Athena. Brenda, I miss you already. I loved you so much.
Glenna Kolvek

So sorry to hear about Brenda! Brenda was always so good to everyone! We were friends threw school! I will always remember that sweet smile on her face! Go rest high on that mountain in the arms of God!
Muriel Caldwell

Brenda was a very sweet person and had a beautiful smile. We started 1st grade at Leaksville Graded and went all the way through 12th grade together. Have not seen her in a long while but will always remember her as my good friend.
Margaret wray

Rest In Peace, dear friend. You will never be forgotten. Will miss you!
Helen Deatherage

Brenda and I went to school together. She was a very sweet girl. Always nice to me. I wish I had known she was in Greensboro for I would have tried to visit her. Very sweet person.
Brenda Denney

We are so sorry to hear of Brenda’s passing. We have lost a dear friend and co-worker. We know she was met at the rainbow bridge by all of her doggie kids. And now she rests in the arms of our Heavenly Father. Rest In Peace dear friend. Dick and Eleanore
Richard hamlin

We are all so saddened to read of Brenda's passing. She was much loved by all in the Bichon groups and she will be missed. Condolences to all of her family and friends.
Betsy W. DiPilato

Morehead High School, Class of 1963 extends our sympathy to Brenda’s family.
Dian Lovell

Brenda was always kind and patient. She was always thoughtful asking about my family every time I saw her. I have not talked to her in some time but have thought of her several times throughout the year. I enjoyed listening to stories about her and Athena. She will certainly be missed. Praying for her family and friends.
Stepheney

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