Heaven received a special angel on Friday, February 5, 2021 the year of our Lord. Judy Cox, 62, of Pampa took her place in Heaven with her loving family members by her side.Services will be 2:00 PM Wednesday, February 10, 2021 at Carmichael-Whatley Colonial Chapel with Pastor Paul Nachtigall, pastor of Highland Baptist Church, and Rev. Norman Rushing, pastor of Central Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will follow in Fairview Cemetery under the direction of Carmichael-Whatley Funeral Directors.Judy was born February 19, 1958 in Pampa to Cliff and Freda Martin. She graduated in the class of 1976 from Pampa High School. Judy married Kenneth Cox on October 31, 1974 at Central Baptist Church in Pampa, and they recently celebrated 46 years of marriage. While in high school, she worked at the Marie Foundations and later went to work for Pampa Regional Medical Center for several years. In 1979, she and Kenneth became self-employed as owners of Cox Fence Company, and in 1985, they took ownership of Quality Cleaners. She retired from the cleaners in 2016, and in 2018, she bought Estate Sales Solutions. Judy attended Highland Baptist Church for over 20 years and was formerly a member of Central Baptist Church. Judy enjoyed being outdoors, working in her yard, and sitting on the porch. She loved to travel and go anywhere there was a slot machine. Judy loved to spend time taking care of all her animals. She and Kenneth served on the board of directors of Hi-Plains Cruisers, she was a member of American Laundry Association and National Dry Cleaners Association, and was a volunteer for Meals on Wheels. Judy was a shopper, and she enjoyed buying for herself and others. She loved her family and was a wonderful “Nana” to her grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her parents; a sister, Margaret Martin; and a son-in-law, Bobby Porter.Survivors include her husband, Kenneth Cox of the home; daughter, Melissa Dittberner and husband Michael of Pampa; son, Kris Cox and wife Nancy of Pampa; 3 granddaughters, C’Aire Saucedo and husband David and Destiney Porter, all of Pampa, and Ashley Patton and husband Keelan of Oklahoma City, OK; grandson, Cody Jacoby of Amarillo; 4 great grandchildren, Romeo Saucedo, Madison Watkins, Cooper Patton, Macie Patton, and a baby girl on the way; 5 sisters, Joanne Willoughby and husband Gary, Mary Atchley, and Shirley Ledford, all of Pampa, Alice Hall and husband Jim of Goodwell, OK, and Joyce Penny and husband Dan of Alamogordo, NM.Memorials can be made P.A.W.S., PO Box 2095, Pampa, Texas 79066.