Jeremiah Wayne Cox
Jeremiah Wayne Cox, known as Jeremy to his loved ones, went to be with his Savior on December 2, 2018 in Atlanta, Georgia. The son of the Robert and Rose Cox, he was born on September 14, 1983 in Savannah, Georgia. A lifelong resident of McIntosh County, Jeremy was beloved of everyone who knew him, and the most loyal friend that a person could have.
He was employed by the McIntosh County Board of Education. Jeremy played multiple instruments, and was a member of the Worship Team of Glory Worship Center. A servant of Jesus in many ways, he was a youth leader who enjoyed church trips, including missions, and playing music to share his Faith.
He met the love of his life Krystle Collins, and they entered into Holy Matrimony on June 9, 2006, at Glory Worship Center in Darien, Ga. Few would find a couple as in love as Jeremy and Krystle, and their dedication to one another was to be admired and an aspiration.
His life will forever be cherished by his devoted wife, Krystle (Collins); parents Robert and Rose Cox of Pine Harbor, Ga; brother, Bobby Cox (Crystal) of Blairsville, Ga; nieces, Laklyn, Kayla, and Paisley Cox; grandparents, Albert and Faye Deverger of Pine Harbor, Ga; grandmother, Mavis Cox of Greenville, NC; his parents-in-law, Max and Sherri Collins of Darien, Ga; brother-in-law, Jonathan Collins of Darien, Ga; a host of other family members: and his entire church family at Glory Worship Center, Darien, Ga. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Robert Cox, Sr.
His service at Glory Worship Center on December, 5, 2018, will be conducted by the Reverends Vaughn Clark of Glorious Light Ministries, Dublin, Ga, and Dr. Lee Brandt of Glory Worship Center. Pallbearers will be Rickey Morris, Danny Hawthorne, Jimmy Ginn, Gary Holland, Jr., Brian Ryals, and Ty Poppell.
Internment will follow at the Wallace-Deverger Cemetery, Belle Hammock, McIntosh County, Georgia.