William O. “Billy” Cobb, Jr.

william cobbJanuary 4, 1943 – February 24, 2013

William O. “Billy” Cobb, Jr., 70, of Huntsville, passed away Sunday.

He was preceded in death by father, William Odell Cobb, Sr., mother, Mary Lois Woody Cobb, and brother, Frankie Cobb.

Surviving are wife, Bertie Cobb of Huntsville, son, David (Gayle) Cobb of Cleveland, TN, daughter, Shannon (Kevin) Norred of Lagrange, GA, daughter, Meredith Cobb of Athens, TN, step son, Justin Gurley of Lakeland, FL, step daughter, Vicki Gurley of Huntsville, step daughter, Terri Mobley of Huntsville, step daughter, Donna (David) Wolfe of Cocoa, FL, grandchildren, Cody Norred, Sarah Cobb, Rachel Cobb, Drew Meeks, Annie Meeks, Isabella Campbell, Jackson Campbell and Reese Gurley, 2 great grandchildren, Emilee & Chase Meeks, brother, Johnny (Ouida) Cobb.

Visitation will be Tuesday 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM at Aldersgate United Methodist Church. A memorial service will follow at 1:00 pm with Dr. Bill Etheridge officiating.

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4 thoughts on “William O. “Billy” Cobb, Jr.

  1. Bertie & family, my heartfelt condolences go out to you in the loss of Billy. May God bless & comfort you during your time of grief. I’ve known Billy since our New Hope school days and always thought very highly of him and his Mom, Dad and siblings. He will be missed.

    Bill Largen

  2. Just now saw a memorial for Father’s Day in our Cleveland paper for Billy. My heart was saddened. I did not know he had passed away. I met Billy about 30+ years ago when I went to work for First Federal Savings and Loan here in Cleveland. He was our assistant branch manager. Billy was always fun to be around and was always nice and kind to me. He and his family were all sweet people. Over the last years I had lost touch with him. Blessings to the family and children. I miss Billy just knowing he is gone.

    Gwen Boling

    • Gwen, thank you so much for your thoughtful note. I have just now found it.

      Billy was a wonderful person; he always put others’ needs before his own. Billy and I were married only five years; and, during that time, I never heard him complain about anything even though the last few months were very hard for him. He was always talking about people he worked with and never had anything but nice things to say about everyone. I’m sure he probably mentioned your name in his reminising but my memory with names is not very good.

      Thank you again for your comments.

      Bertie Cobb

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