Jeffrey S Cox

October 15, 1972 - June 8, 2023
Jeffrey S Cox

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Jeffrey S. Cox, 50, passed away suddenly on June 8, 2023 from an apparent heart attack.  Jeff was born in East Liverpool  on October 15, 1972, the son of Harold and Ruth (Collins) Cox, of Broadview Circle, East Liverpool..

Jeff was a graduate of Beaver Local High School with the Class of 1991 and resided in the local area his entire life.  After high school, Jeff furthered his education at Youngstown State University and ETI Technical College of Niles.

Jeff had a diverse work experience, which included working at Vallourec Star, as well as Beaver Valley Nuclear Station.  He also shared his knowledge of welding as a teacher at MCCTC and ETI.  Jeff had many hobbies and interests which included: spending time riding his motorcycle with family and friends, collecting antiques, going to car shows, rebuilding old cars and motorcycles, and spending time with his family on the beach.  He especially enjoyed the times he spent just being with his father.  He was a member of The First United Methodist Church and belonged to the East Liverpool Masonic Lodge.

Along with his parents, Jeff is survived by: his wife, Christina Givens Cox; his brother, Kevin (Brittleigh) Cox, of Coshocton, OH; father and mother-in-law, Ron and Joan Givens; brother-in-law Ron (Catina) Givens, of East Palestine, OH; and four nephews: Tyler Givens, Garrett Givens, Liam Cox, and Ethan Cox.  Jeff will also be greatly missed by his beloved fur babies: Maggie, Duke, and Hunter.

Jeff is preceded in death by his children: Conner and Gavin Cox.

A celebration of Jeff’s life will be held at a later date.

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  • June 16, 2023
    Chris says:
    You're already missed, Jeff. It's gonna be weird not having you around to call to share our latest projects with each other or or catch up about life. My deepest condolences to Christina. I can't imagine what you're going through right now.

  • June 15, 2023
    Sharon C Hall says:
    Christina So very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Joe & Sharon Hall

  • June 13, 2023
    Dan says:
    Thought i might be writing this 20-30 years from now. You're already terribly missed. Things aren't quite the same with you gone. Looking forward to seeing you again.