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Louis Cox

Louis Norman Cox

February 13, 1972 - January 17, 2019
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Louis Norman Cox, of Enola passed away in Conway, Arkansas at the age of 46. Norman was born on February 13, 1972 in Louisville, Kentucky to Rufus Farrell and Faith Claire (Iokepa) Cox. He graduated from Enola High School in 1990. He loved his Mom and children. He embraced everyone for who they were. He was a self taught guitarist starting at four years old, who loved to sing and entertain people. His charm and charismatic personality brought people close to him, and they grew to love "Big Norm".  He is survived by his Mother, Faith Cox of Enola; three children, Makayla Cox of Conway; Josiah Cox of Norfolk, Nebraska; Myles Cox of Cabot; three sisters, Libby Beene (Wayne) of Enola; Yolanda Smith (Zeb McClure) of Enola; Vicky Kindsfater (Eric) of Conway; one brother, Rufus F. Cox, Jr. of Enola. He was a beloved uncle to numerous nieces, nephews, and great nieces and nephews, as well as a host of extended family and friends. He is preceded in death by his wife, Dawn Lewis Cox; his father, Rufus Farrell Cox, Sr.; two brothers, Bobby Farrell Cox and Michael Dane Cox. A Memorial Service is scheduled for 1:00 PM Saturday, January 26th, 2019 at Marcus Hill Cemetery in Enola. With family and friends sharing special memories of "Big Norm". Active Pallbearers are Bobby Miller, Jesse Cox, John Cox, and Brian Rigney. Honorary Pallbearers are Rufus Cox, Jr., John Hose, James Casteel, and Bryan Lucus. Cremation Arrangements are under the care and direction of Vilonia Funeral Home 1134 Main Street Vilonia, AR 72173. Sign the online guestbook at www.viloniafuneralhome.com. P.S. If you have a memory of "Big Norm" that you would like to have shared at the memorial service, please write it down, and share it with Libby, Yolanda, or Vicky.
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Saturday January 26, 2019 1:00 PM Marcus Hill Cemetery Marcus Hill Road Enola, AR 72047
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Posted at 12:00am
You will forever be in my heart, Norm. You are one of the two most amazing men I have ever known.  My dad was the other. Your smile, your personality, your honesty, your compassion and your  "oh yea" captured my soul.  You literally saved my life and for that I will forever be grateful.  I have awesome memories of our long talks and our time spent together. I will never forget you.  Forever Norm
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Dee Duncan

Posted at 12:00am
With Heartfelt Sympathy to the Cox Family, May you rely on the God of all comfort to help you to endure the days ahead.  "God is our refuge and strength" ( Psalms 46:1).
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Diane Sweeney

Posted at 12:00am
Norman was such a happy little boy. You knew that three things about Norman; 1) he loved his mama 2) he was smiling just about anytime you’d see him and 3) he was usually up for some playing and singing. I wish that we had been there for more of the picking, singing, and discussing. Thing like that always turned into a weekender for us all. It’s sad to lose a man who was so talented and loving. We’re missing you! Give everyone hugs and kisses from me. And we will see y’all soon. Sending all our love.
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Posted at 12:00am
An English Garden Basket was sent by Diane, Larry, and Mary Inez on January 24, 2019
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A Green & Growing Basket was ordered on January 23, 2019
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