Judy A. Cox
Judy A. Cox, 77, of Mercer, passed away on Sunday morning, Feb. 9, 2020, at the Grove in New Wilmington with her family by her side, following a brief illness.
She was born on Nov. 11, 1942, in Farrell, a daughter of Claire and Maude (Powell) Winner. Judy was a 1960 alumna of Hickory High School and would go on to marry her sweetheart John W. Cox on April 14, 1961.
Besides being a devoted wife and mother, Judy in earlier years had worked for several area diners as a cook but most recently had been a greeter for Walmart.
She was a member of Neshannock Alliance Church and enjoyed reading and playing games on her Kindle, but her greatest joy of all was spending time being with her family.
Judy leaves behind her daughter, Brenda (Roger Wigton) Hughes of Mercer; sons, John W. (Monica Clutter) Cox. Jr. of Mercer; and Rick (Peggy) Cox of New Castle; her grandchildren Tammy (Kris) Josa, Amy (Mike) Zec, Jennifer (John Klingensmith) Lacey, Michael (fiancée Brittiny Porterfield) Cox, and Davey (Allena) Cox; her six great-grandchildren Cadence, Landon, Ivan, Avery, Jaylynn, and Dylan; and her brother, Larry Darby, and sisters, June Vodenichar and Connie Kahle.
She was preceded in death by her husband, John W. Cox Sr., on March 4, 2010; her parents and step-father Clifford Darby; a sister Grace Clay; and her beloved dog Elmo.

Judy A., 77, of Mercer.
Visitation: 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday (2-13-20) at the SAMPLE-O'DONNELL FUNERAL HOME, 555 E. State St., Sharon.
Funeral service: 2 p.m. Thursday in the funeral home chapel, with Rev. Jeffrey Smith, pastor of Neshannock Alliance Church, officiating.
Burial: Next to her husband at America's Cemetery.
To sign the guestbook for Judy's family, please visit www.sampleodonnellfh.com.
Published on February 10, 2020


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Feb 12, 2020
Judy was such a joy to work with. She always me smile when i was struggling. God Bless my friend.