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Pearl Rose Cox

April 13th, 1939 - July 27th, 2011

Pearl Rose Cox was born on April 13, 1939 to Ed and Mary Kunkel in Plymouth County, Iowa. She passed away July 27, 2011 in Thornton, Colorado. Pearl was preceded in death by her parents as well as two daughters Renee Cox-Nelson and Julie Eisen. She is survived by her husband, Raymond D. Cox; Son Keith Cox; Daughers Virginia Cox & Anona Tase; Sisters, Lavone Fidler and Lorna Lutch; Brother, Darrell Kunkel. Also survived by 11 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Funeral Service Friday at Aspen's Commerce City Chapel, 6580 E. 73rd Ave. Viewing at 6:00 pm followed by the Funeral at 7:00 pm at Aspen Mortuary of Commerce City. Services in Remsen, Iowa Tuesday, Aug. 2nd at 5 pm with Rosary and Prayer Service at Fisch Funeral Home in Remsen, Iowa. Mass and Committal on Wednesday, Aug. 3rd at St. Mary's Catholic Church/Cemetery at 10:30 am. Birth: Apr 13, 1939, Plymouth County, Iowa Death: Jul 27, 2011, Thornton, Colorado

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Aspen Mortuaries - Lakewood

Aspen Mortuaries - Lakewood

Established in 1984, Aspen Mortuaries was founded with a singular purpose — to offer Lakewood families personalized end-of-life care. Our comprehensive services include a selection of caskets, urns, and memorial items designed to honor your loved one with dignity and respect. Whether you're considering cremation or a traditional burial, our team of experts help you plan a truly unique and meaningful memorial. A full-service funeral home, Aspen works with local cemeteries and has specialized services to veterans and their families, such as burial or interment at a national veterans cemetery.

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