Jerry David Cox, Sr. • December 17, 2020

Lieutenant Jerry David Cox, Sr. age 67 passed away December 17, 2020. Jerry was a member of Bellevue Baptist Church and retired from the Escambia County Sheriffs office. He is preceded in death by his parents Ida Cox and Jerry J. Cox, his sister Judy McCoy. He is survived by his wife Sherrie Cox, His son David Cox (Naomi). His daughters Stephanie Cox, Brandie (Craig) Malugin. His granddaughters Zola,Layla and Kaylee, Grandson Terry. Niece Stacy (Scott) Hollingsworth, great nieces Kendall, Avery and great nephew Matthew, His special cousin Lloyd Cox as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins that loved him. He also leaves behind his precious Sailor Girl. A visitation will be held at 11::00 am to 12:00 pm, with a service to be held at Pensacola Memorial Gardens on Saturday December 26, 2020 at 12:00pm with a graveside to follow afterwards. Please guide social distancing guidelines and wear a mask, for those not able to attend there will be a live stream of the service. with the password of 20278

  1. Sherrie Cox says:

    My Love I will miss you everyday until we are together again.. I love you

  2. David Earl Shofner says:

    Bro. Jerry Cox, my brother in Christ; my friend; and my Sunday School Teacher!!! I was Jerry’s pastor for over 40 years. He always called me his pastor. I counted that as an honor. Jerry was pastor at Windy Hill Baptist Church when they were about ready to close the doors. And he saw it grow and grow in number and fellowship; they also had the Beulah Bible Conferences. We will miss our Brother, but because Jesus takes all our sins away, we will be with Jerry with our Lord Jesus Christ in Heaven. Amen! And Sherrie, we are praying for you in these difficult days…

  3. What us the website that you are asking for?

  4. Jerry lead me to the Lord when I was 27 and was my friend for 40 years! How blessed I was to call him my friend. We are sad, but he is having a joyful family reunion. Until we meet again. Love, Sheila

  5. Wayne and Sheila Ciccone says:

    Jerry was a wonderful first cousin and was very close to our family. He performed our wedding ceremony for our wedding . We Loved him very much and we know we will see him again in Heaven with our Lord Jesus Christ. We know we are not suffering no more. RIP Cousin Jerry❤️❤️

  6. Janice White says:

    We have known Jerry for many years. He and Sherrie have been our wonderful neighbors.Jerry you will be missed..and Dustin as well is very sad that you left us.
    Roy,Jan,& Dustin

  7. Doris Smith says:

    Br. Jerry was my pastor for many years at Windy Hill Baptist Church. I loved him dearly, in fact we all did. Working with him in church related activities was a blessing. He loved the Lord and Windy Hill very much. We will all miss this giant of a man. take care, I care, Ms. Doris

  8. Robert and Diane Dobson says:

    Jerry, we have missed you at Bellview Baptist Church because of your illness, and now we will miss you even more because you’re gone. As a fellow deacon, I always looked up to you, and appreciated your input about church matters, and your devotion to the Lord. Our thoughts and prayers will be your family in the days ahead.

  9. James Sanders says:

    Jerry was good friend. My favorite nickname for Jerry was “Boom Boom” Cox. He and I were both deputies and one day he accidently discharged a shot gun near Sheriff Untriner.
    From then on he was nicknamed Boom Boom Cox.
    I will miss him.

  10. Did my comment go through?

  11. Paul Ogden says:

    Jerry and I served together in the 544th Aerospace Reconnaissance Technical Wing of the Sttategic Air Command at SAC Headquarters, Offutt AFB, Nebraska. Jerry was always a very sincere and friendly guy. We played on the unit’s football team together, also.

    We lost track of each other after I was transferred to Germany. After the Air Force, I joined the Houston Police Department. One day I was surprised to receive a call from Jerry, who advised me of his ministerial journey and that he was a lieutenant with the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office.

    We stayed in contact, especially as each of us dealt with hurricanes that threatened our areas. Special thanks to Jerry and his friends for their prayers when Hurricane Harvey dumped several feet of rain in the Houston area three years ago.

    God bless Jerry’s family and friends. Rest In Peace, brother.

  12. Dennis Terry says:

    Jerry was my Pastor, Mentor, and friend. He taught me so much and I will always be grateful. You will be missed and I will miss our conversations over the past two years. This is NOT goodbye but simply ….. I will see you in a little while. Dennis Terry

  13. JAMIE Aelise IVES says:

    I met Jerry at ecso, he was a wonderful person and great cop, love you Jerry fly high sir


    Jerry love you for watching over my kids as well as all the others in Beulah. You will surely be missed by so many.

  15. Nancy Williams says:

    My deepest condolences to his family. Jerry and I became friends & worked together for 35 years. He married our daughter & then my husband & I 33 years ago. RIP Jerry

  16. Ski Gowitzke says:

    Jerry was a good friend and we had some great times back in the day both on and off the job at the Escambia Sheriff’s Office. He will be missed

  17. Mary Rebber says:

    Sincere condolences to Jerry’s family. Jerry was one of the first deputies I met at the ECSO. Jerry was always nice to me and my mind went directly back to conversations we had, especially the last one, after I retired, when he was working security at GWCU. My daughter was working at GWCU at the time and I know Jerry was liked while working security.

    May your precious memories comfort your family forever and always.

    Miss Mary, Victim Advocate

  18. Crystal Bennett (Shipes) says:

    My deepest condolences on behalf of my family and my father known to Jerry as Uncle John. We will be unable to attend funeral in person but will do our best to tune in to live stream. Peace be with each of you as you grieve the loss of a great man. We know he is in heaven, that is for certain!

  19. Howard Leonard says:

    RIP brother praying for all.

  20. We all loved Jerry very much. He had a charismatic personality that people were drawn to. He loved his family very much and his number one prayer was that they would get back in church.

  21. Linda King says:

    Please call 615-8592813.

  22. Rita Wanner says:

    Jerry was a wonderful brother-in-law. My sister Sherrie was the light of his life. He will be missed greatly. Every time I think of him I see his beautiful smile. Until we meet again I love you Jerry.

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