John  Wilcox's Memorial

John Wilcox
(1968 - 1998)


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Name: John Wilcox
Nick Name: ERIC
Gender: Male
Age: 30 years old
Lived: Friday, 1 March 1968 - Thursday, 10 December 1998

My Story

Eric was born in Lenoir NC on March 1 1968.He loved sports he played baseball from peewee league to little league,he played soccer and football.His favorite professional teams were Dallas Cowboys and Atlanta Braves,He was also an avid fisherman and and an avid pool player.He attended Valmead Elementary School,William Lenoir Middle School and Hibriten High School.He worked at Century Furniture in Case Goods Department.He was only 30 years old when he was called home.He has 3 children,2 daughters,Jackie Louise Harrison and Anicka Danielle Wilcox,1 son Erick Alan Wilcox.He was taken from us suddenly by a violent act.I LOVE YOU ERIC and STILL MISS YOU EVERYDAY!!

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Fathers Name: John
Mothers Name: Wilma
Children's Names: Jackie Louise Harrison,Anicka Danielle Wilcox ,Erick Alan Wilcox
Siblings Names: Sherry Wilcox Watson
Country of Birth: USA
Country of Residence: USA
City of Residence: Roadhiss
Occupation: Manufacturing/Operations
Religion: Other Christian


Favourite Sport: Football
Favourite Team: Dallas Cowboys
Favourite Book: Westerns
Favourite Music Genre: Rock
Favourite Artist: Ozzy Osbourne
Other Interests:
His Children were his priority


Place of Passing: Home
Date of Passing: 10 December 1998
Cause of Passing: Murder
Place of Burial: Greer Family Cemetery
Funeral Director: Jimmy Rash
Funeral Location: Lenoir NC
Funeral Date: 15 December 1998
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