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Serita R Cox

December 22, 1963 ~ December 1, 2018 (age 54)
In loving memory of Serita Renee Cox, born December 22, 1963 to Mary F. and Charles O. Cox Jr. in Cleveland Ohio at Mount Sinai Hospital.
Serita Lee's behind to carry on her brother Charles O. Cox III, her niece, Gabrielle N. Cox, nieces in love and spirit, Lashawn, Peaches, Tasha, and Rhonda, Jerid and Jathan Deerer, Mariah and Riley Mayora, Zoey and Chris Compton, and David and Gabriel Satyshur.


Always Willing to Lend a Hand


Ms. Serita Renee Cox was always willing to lend a hand, Help you with something you needed or cook you a meal.
Although you never had much that never stopped you from giving all you could, and you would always be happy to lend a hand.
Serita attended Pennsylvania Institute of Culinary Arts and was a certified STNA and preferred working with the elderly. If Serita had a friend or relative who was sick she would quickly offer to come over and cook you a meal, sit with you, and take care of you.
Money was never a big motivator for Serita, instead she liked being around, talking and working with people. As long as Serita had good conversation and company she was in heaven.
To know Serita was to love her. She could be charming but never hesitated to tell you what was all her mind. Her laugh was infectious and she loved to keep things upbeat.
We will all miss that humor and her tendency to call out of the blue just a check on you. The best thing about Serita was her heart. She would give all that she could even to a point of what seemed like giving too much.
Serita accepted Jesus Christ in her life in joined "Born Again Ministry" and soon after began to look for ways to serve the church that she adored. She would often talk about her church family and really respected her Pastor Gregory Love. She looked forward to Sunday's because she would say "I'm going to be with my church family" and would call her brother Charles to tell him all about that Sunday's message.
The only thing that Serita loved more than her church family was her real family. She loved family get togethers she'd always be at the gatherings socializing and laughing.
Serita, you battled with numerous health issues and always seem to bounce back. You beat Lupas and cancer but at last God saw fit to bring you home. You will truly be missed by all your family and friends but we can all have peace because we know there are no more battles to be fought and that you are with our heavenly father.





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