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Joseph Cox (375 KB) This is a picture of my father and the daughter he never had.. lol.
Ellen Louise (Lowery) Cox (319 KB) This is my grandmother (dad's mom) that raised me. She is such an inspiration, that I don't know what I could have done without her. She wasn't only my grandmother, she was my guardian angel.
Mary Juanita (Lowery) Cuevas (8 KB) This is my Great-Aunt Juanita. Great carrying both meanings. She is a blast to be around, and has always been a great person. Uncle Curvis is also on here with her. Love You both!
Uncle Tony and Aunt Forrest (504 KB) I could talk forever about these two. My Uncle Tony has always been more like an older brother; thus inferring we had our spats. Now I wouldn't trade my friendship with him.
Jennifer and Me (41 KB) This is my wonderful fiancée Jennifer and the love of my life. One of the very few pics of us together. (One of us has to be behind the camera lolol)
Jimmie E. Cox (17 KB) This is my poppa, my grandfather. A hardworking, awesome man. There aren't many words less than awesome that would describe him. Poppa is sitting at the table with my Uncle Tony feeding his beloved Smuggles.
Troy Edward Lowery (9 KB) This is "Uncle," as everyone called him. You wanna talk about a work-a-holic. This man worked everyday for the 25 years I knew him, literally. One of the best old-fashioned carpenters in the south. He could take a scrap piece of wood someone gave him, and turn it into a work of art. I don't think there is very much furniture in my grandmother's house that he didn't build.
Mark S. Snead II (109 KB) This is Bo. His is my best friend that I grew up with. He is my brother. I would not be alive today if it weren't for him being by my side during all my childhood-adolescent tribulations. He is more of a man than most men I know, in terms of honor, integrity, and character.