Cara Rae Cox
Our beloved sweet daughter, sister, and friend has gone home to the Lord on Nov. 5, 2021. Cara was raised in Groesbeck and the surrounding area. She was a 2005 graduate of Groesbeck High School and went on to the University of North Texas in Denton to be at the same school with her sister, Chelsi Cox. Cara then went to UT Tyler to complete her degree and graduate. Cara then moved to Waco and eventually found where she was supposed to be, Magnolia Market. Cara loved her job and the people she worked with and met every day. She has attended Antioch Community Church for 12 years and has served the Lord, faithfully. She has been His hands and feet. Cara loved Antioch and especially watching the children. She has touched so many lives with her sweet caring nature that they can’t be counted. Cara is preceded in death by Great Grandparents Joe and Colleen Burch, Travis and Rose White, Grandparents Jimmie White, Stanley, and Vada Cox, Patricia Cox, and Uncles James “Buddy” White and Michael Cox. Cara leaves behind her mother, Carol with Jim Copelin, father Tommy Cox, sister Chelsi Cox with Matt Kornylak, brother Cade Cox with Nicole Pelliccio, uncles and aunts Jerry Cox, Chris with Keela Cox, Sharon White, Greg with Terressa Pavlis, Debbie Scheffer, grandmother Marion White, and many cousins. A viewing will be held on Nov. 12, 2021, at Wilkinson-Hatch-Bailey at 6101 Bosque Blvd, Waco, Tx. Celebration of life will be held on Nov. 13, 2021, at Antioch Community Church at 505 N 20th St, Waco, Tx followed by a graveside service at 404 W 11th St, Thornton, Tx cemetery.