Justin Cox Obituary, Death – Justin was able to unwind and let down his guard whenever he was in the great outdoors amongst nature. Camping, hiking, river rafting, and four-wheeling were some of his favorite things to do in the great outdoors he enjoyed doing in his free time. At the family ranch, branding the cattle was simultaneously one of the most enjoyable activities and one of the most important responsibilities to carry out.

He was never one to turn down the opportunity to get a good laugh by taking part in a game of five-handed pinochle. In addition to this, he had a deep love for the sport of football and was a devoted fan of the San Francisco 49ers football team, which he considered to be “his.” Those who will miss Justin after he passes away include his children, Thayden and Sophia; his partner, Jami, and her children, Tucker, Bailee, and Kinley; his mother, Susan; his brother, Jason; his grandmother, Carol; his aunts Ellen, Tammy, and Connie; his uncle, Ed; and the enormous extended families of the Cox, Schott, and Raisland families.

In addition to those already mentioned, Jami and her children Tucker, Bailee, and Kinley will be absent. When his families at Lone Mountain Gymnastics and Darigold find out about his passing, it will be a very difficult day for all of them. A gathering will be held in Bozeman, Montana at the American Legion Club on Saturday, December 10 from one to four o’clock in the afternoon in unofficial remembrance of the person who passed away.

The gathering will take place in the afternoon. The location of the event can be found at 225 East Main Street. Bring any of your favorite photos that you’ve taken of Justin so that we can share them with his family when we get together in a bit so we can look back on the memories together. Both the Cody Dieruf Foundation and the Potential Athletic Scholarship Fund have been recipients of the generous memorial donations made in honor of Justin. These donations have been very gratefully received by both of these organizations.

I hope that you will finally be able to find the peace that you seek, Justin. We are keeping our fingers crossed that you and your father are currently out on a hike together, exploring the highest points of the mountains, and taking in the clean air that the mountains have to offer. We love you. You will always hold a special place in both of our hearts that can never be filled by anyone else.