Carol Ann (Cox) Brown the daughter of the late Leo Cox and The late Winnie Grissett Cox, was born on September 18, 1958, in Horry County South Carolina. Carol Ann departed this life on Sunday, November 7, 2021 at her home in Stone Mountain, Georgia. She was preceded in death by both her parents, three brothers Edward Earl, Ben, and Frank Cox, one son Isaac “Beaty” Cox, and four grandchildren Ahvon, Brystol, Cairo, and Destin Cox.
Carol Ann received her education from Horry County Public Schools. She loved the lord and attended church at St. James in Cochran. Carol was employed as a housekeeper for several years until her health started to fail her. She later moved to Virginia and then Georgia to be cared for by her son Frederick and his wife Shermaine. Despite fighting through cancer and a myriad of other health conditions her faith never wavered. God and family were first in her life and she carried this with her until she took her last breath.
Carol Ann was such a kind-hearted and loving woman and nurtured all she came in contact with. Carol will forever be known by many as a woman of strength. Amidst her daily struggles she always had a contagious smile, a hearty laugh, and a word of encouragement for anyone that needed it. She especially enjoyed helping rear her precious grandchildren. In addition, some of her favorite past times included watching marathon episodes of Law and Order, putting puzzles together, and she was an avid Dallas Cowboys fan.
Carol leaves to cherish her sweet and loving memories, 5 sons Frederick (Shermaine) Cox, Antonio Cox, Marquis Cox, Thomas Cox Jr, and Mitchel (Jacquela) Cox; 1 adopted son Jimmy Callaway, Three sisters Linda Grissett, Ginny Wilson, and Jacqueline Anderson; Special sisters Tina McKever and Lisa Cox, 1 brother Dwayne Cox ; 14 grandchildren; 2 great grandchildren; 3 aunts Annie Ruth Grissett, Lorine Grissett, and Marilyn Cox; Special friends Mae King and Marvann Vereen, and a host of nieces, nephews, and cousins, other relatives and friends.
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