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Robert D. Cox, Jr.

Robert D. Cox, Jr.

October 25, 1963 — June 6, 2022

Robert Dale Cox, Jr., son, brother, father, grandfather, uncle, cousin, friend. and an avid motorcycle enthusiast, died unexpectedly on June 6, 2022 at his home in Kansas City, Missouri.

Robert was born October 25, 1963 to Robert Dale Cox, Sr. and Linda Kay (Brownfield) Cox.  He attended Blue Springs High School and Vatterott College and earned a degree in HVAC.  Robert “Bob” served 4 years in the Army Reserves from 1983-1987.  Bob was known for his love of riding, racing and was very mechanically inclined.  He loved spending time working on his purple bike and anything with a motor.  Bob enjoyed going on bike runs for charity and other fundraisers.  As a young man he had an intense sense of empathy, and also battled depression most of his life, as he chose to end his life.

Bob was survived by his youngest sister Kelly (Patrick) Gibb of Utah; son Justin Blyler of Missouri; son Luke (Monica) Cox of Colorado; grandchildren Kaylynn, Angelica, Thomas, Khloe and Connor; as well as many cousins, nieces and nephews.  Bob was predeceased by his parents, sister, all grandparents, aunts, uncles and his niece.

A reception to remember Bob will be held 1PM, Saturday, June 18th at the American Legion in Oak Grove, 1209 S. Broadway, Oak Grove, Missouri 64075.  All are welcome to come and share your “Bob” with us and his family.  In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be sent to the National Suicide Prevention Life Line.

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A reception to remember Bob will be held 1PM, Saturday, June 18th at the American Legion in Oak Grove, 1209 S. Broadway, Oak Grove, Missouri 64075.  All are welcome to come and share your “Bob” with us and his family.  In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be sent to the National Suicide Prevention Life Line.

Robert D. Cox, Jr.'s Guestbook

You will be missed terribly and always in my heart I love you Bob Cox and always have

Terri Robbins

Miss you brother.

Sean and Regina Roberds

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