Mary Alice Cox

Nov 1, 1918 - Sep 19, 2004

Obituary

COX, Mary Alice, age 85 of Sacramento, passed away while surrounded by her family on 09/19/2004. Her beloved husband Richard M. Cox precedes her. She was the loving mother of Judy Riffle, and Patti (John) Carbone, grandmother of Steve (Kerri) and Rick (Sarah DeBano) Riffle, Tracy (Billie) and Keith (Shawn Lundberg) Wilson, and step-grandchildren Lisa (Sean) Grady, and John Carbone. She is also survived by her 7 great grandchildren: Matthew, Taylor, Noah, Skye, Aryah, Dylan, and Jacyn Alyse. Mrs. Cox dedicated her life as a wife and mother. She was a member of Central Church of Christ, Native Daughters of the Golden West, Mercy Guild, and Bing Maloney Women’s Golf Club. Remembrances may be made to American Diabetes Association, PO Box 1131, Fairfax, VA 22038-1131

Funeral Home:
Andrews & Greilich Mortuary
3939 Fruitridge Road
Sacramento, CA
US 95820

Guestbook

  • Dennis and Lynne Smith says:

    Dear Judy: Our thoughts are with you in your time of sorrow. We have many fond memories of the times we spent with you at your Mom and Dad’s place at the pool, when we were younger.

  • Keith Wilson says:

    I have never had a better reason to pick up a set of golf clubs and get back to the game I once loved. Thank You, Nana, for sharing that love with me. You will never be forgotten:)

  • Wilma Flach says:

    Mary Alice was a precious soul to all of her sisters and brothers in Christ. She was special to me and others in the congregation at Central and specifically to all in our Ladies Bible Class. She shared so much with all of us concerning her beloved family (and her passion for golf) over our Thursday gatherings at the local hamburger shop. She will be missed…but only until we meet in heaven!

  • Becky Cole says:

    I will always remember Mary Alice’s smile and quick wit. It was a blessing to know her and study with her in our Thursday Ladies Bible class at the Central Church of Christ. She loved her Lord and her family on earth. We’ll miss her.

  • Larry Turner says:

    Dear Judy & Patty My condolences to you and your families for the loss of your mother. My memories are very clear as the the very enjoyable times we had at our grandparents home during the family get togethers with both Mary Alice and Dick.

  • Judy Deatherage says:

    Mary Alice’s happy spirit added so much to her home church. She always had a sweet smile that seemed to say “Welcome. I’m glad you’re here.” She was so blessed to have two loving daughters and a large family that loved her dearly. Know she will be missed. Judy D.

  • Millie Tullis says:

    My friendship with Mary Alice began when we firt met at church services in the early 90’s. I was drawn to her because of her lovely spirit…who wouldn’t be! Through the years we have shared happy, loving times together. I will always hold her close in my heart.

  • Glenn Brock says:

    Dear Patti, Judy and family, Mary Alice was a very special person to all of the Central Church of Christ and will be missed very much. She brought joy and happines to many and our lives were made better by knowing her.

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