Mary Diane Cox

Mary Diane Cox

December 08, 1943 - July 10, 2007

Mary Diane Cox

December 08, 1943 - July 10, 2007


Mary Cox, 63, of Mission Viejo died July 10, 2007 in Laguna Hills. She is survived by her loving husband John Cox; beloved daughter Stephanie Cox; loving son Jon Cox and two grandchildren. Mary is also survived by her brother Skipper George Allen and sisters Stephanie Allen, Betty Jo Allen and Georgianna Ruzicka.

A memorial mass will be on Saturday, July 14, 2007 ~ 11:30am at St. Kilian Catholic Church, Mission Viejo.

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48 responses to Mary Diane Cox

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  1. Sometimes words just don’t rise to the level of how much MD and the whole Allen family has been appreciated – Wherever I go or see there has always been the mention of the special times with MD and her entire family – God has blessed & will continue to do so as long as his precious flowers are in bloom – Many thanks, from John & Francesca

  2. Cindy Haxton says:


  3. The Allen family will always be very special to my heart. Stephie and I were good friends in high school, and we had many escapades together which Steph is always eager to share with everyone, much to my chagrin!

    I remember Mary Diane first as a gold tie at St. Mary’s, where we all went to high school. Because she was three years ahead of us, it was as if she was in a different hemisphere. I just knew that she was always a beautiful presence, and that Steph loved her and her whole family very much.

    M.D. went on to marry John Cox, and I know she had two beautiful children, but I never had the good fortune to meet them. I want to take this time right now to let the entire Cox and Allen families know that my heart goes out to them. I know M.D. is around all of you, but it is just hard when people that we love die and we no longer see them.

    Please accept my deepest sympathy in the loss of a fabulous wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend.

    Cindy Moore Haxton
    SMA, Class of ’65

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