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Fynn William Cox

July 29, 2009 - April 9, 2017

Fynn passed away, Sunday, April 9.IMG_5783 (1)

He is survived by his parents Kevin and Colleen Cox of Morrison, and brother Wyatt.

If you would like to make a donation in Fynn’s honor the following link will take you to a website to donate to the Children’s Hospital Courage Classic.  The Cox family and their friends are riding on a team called The Wheels of Justice.  All of the donations raised will go directly to the CCBD (Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders) at Children’s and are used to do research in hopes of finding cures for all different types of pediatric cancer.  



9 Responses

  1. Fred says:

    My heartfelt condolences for the loss of your beloved, Fynn. Please know that Jehovah God and his son Jesus Christ is aware of your pain and they care for you. (2 Corinthians 1:3,4) . I pray that you are able to find comfort in God’s promise of paradise where there will be no more pain and sorrow (Revelation 21:4,5)  and the many wonderful  memories of your beloved becoming a reality in the future  resurrection in paradise.  (Acts 24:15). Please accept my sincere condolences.

  2. Sheila Johnson says:

    Colleen, Kevin, and Wyatt,
    I am sending my love to you and prayers for you. Take time with your grief and know that your sweet angel touched so many. His spirit will continue to live through all who knew him here. He’s with Layton now and they are making the angels rejoice!

  3. Arturo "Mr. Gutz" Gutierrez says:

    Dear Colleen, Kevin, and Wyatt,

    I offer my sincere condolences with your recent loss of young Fynn. He will be missed by many, but I am sure remembered by even many more. It was nice to hear so many good words about him. May he rest in peace in company of our Lord. I offer my thoughts and prayers to the entire Cox family.


    Mr. Gutz

  4. Katie Christensen says:

    Sending love and prayers for peace during this incredibly difficult time. We were all better for having experienced Fynn’s bright light during his brief time with us.

  5. Linda Golden says:

    Colleen, Kevin and Wyatt~
    I’ve been sending love since the moment I heard….Fynn was an amazing teacher. And he made me the best cup of coffee every time he visited our classroom. I will miss him. But, he’s truly everywhere…I witnessed something pretty amazing with him and each of you.
    Thank you….
    Linda Golden

  6. Trish Hoffman says:

    Colleen, Kevin & Wyatt – I can’t imagine what you’ve all have gone through and my thoughts are with you all. Looking at that picture of Fynn is what I loved about him including his laughter and how he use to say hi to me. I truly will miss him and he will always be in my heart. I treasure the few pictures I have. He brought a smile and always made my day a better one. With all my love Trish.

  7. Jill Davis says:

    Kevin, Col and Wyatt,

    My heart breaks for you as I just heard about sweet Fynn’s passing. You are all in my prayers. Love you all!

  8. Stephanie Pellegrino says:

    Dear Colleen, Kevin and Wyatt,
    We will ALWAYS remember your amazing Fynn. He spread love wherever he
    was–with that twinkle in his eye, contagious smile and laugh, and his adorable presence. We are blessed to have met him and his sweet spirit will always resonate. (We felt like we knew him well from the amazing “Fynn Tales” Deann and Brett shared over the years). You are one very loved and incredible family. Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers will remain with you, and yours.

    Peace and Love always,
    Stephanie, Joe and Felix Pellegrino

  9. Sue Russell-Tyson says:

    Colleen, Kevin and Wyatt – Words cannot express how sad I am about Fynn passing. His smile and laugh will always be in my memory. And when I am playing ball with another student and find myself saying “OH MAN” I will smile and remember Fynn’s wonderful spirit. I will miss him.
    Sending you all my love and prayers
    sue PT

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