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Cox, Paul Kenneth "Kenny", 68, of Louisville, passed away on January 21, 2015 at his home.
Kenneth was a '64 alumnus of Flaget High School and had been an
Administrative Law Judge, Director of Employment Services and Unemployment
Insurance Services for the state of Kentucky. Kenny had also been Directing
Manager for the Unemployment Services Office in Louisville at 6th and Cedar
Street. He was also a member of St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church.
Kenny was preceded in death by his parents, Otis and Catherine Miles Cox; six brothers,
Harold, Fred, Charles, Larry, Bob, and Paulie and his first two poodles, Peaches and Brandi.
Left to cherish his memory are his dedicated wife of 36 years, Regina Benningfield Cox
and Gracie Cox, his little cute Poodle who he loved dearly; three sisters, Mary Vining (Charles),
Margie, and Theresa (Steve); three brothers, Ted (Trish), Jerry, and Joseph (Alice).
Funeral services will be conducted at 4 p.m. on Sunday, January 25, 2015 in the chapel of
Arch L. Heady & Son at Westport Village, 7410 Westport Road. Visitation will be 1-4 p.m. Sunday.
In lieu of customary expressions of sympathy the family requests memorial gifts to the ASPCA.
Queenan, James Patrick "Jim", died peacefully on January 21, 2015, surrounded by love.
He lived forty-four years plus thirty-two bonus years! The eldest son of James
F. and Aline Queenan was born on September 12, 1938 in Louisville, KY, they both
predeceased him, as did his youngest brother John. His siblings, Mike, Linda and
Bernie made an amazing foursome with him in life and on the golf course.
After graduation from Flaget High School in '56 and a brief adventure with the US Army,
Jimmy married the love of his life, Jane Philpot. They were blessed with four children, Shannon
(Don), Bruce (Theresa), Maureen and Daniel. Together they were lifelong members of Mother of
Good Counsel, where Jim coached three Toy Bowl championship teams. Their life together spanned
five and a half decades, in which they grew up together and learned about the great patience
and joy of love.Jim was an avid golfer. He was happiest with a club in his hands. He was club
champion at Audubon County Club (1958) and Midland Trail Golf Club (1969). He was ecstatic whenever
golfing, especially with one of his grandchildren. A perpetual people-person, Jim spent much
of his career in a variety of sales positions. Jim really blossomed in the last part of his life.
He was the best Pop his six grandchildren Aaron Pitts (Lauren), Jonathan Pitts (Leyla),
Patrick and Jonathon Queenan, Ben and Katie Dace and one great, Justine Ford-Pitts could imagine!
In addition to being a grandfather, father, husband and brother, Jim was an extraordinary uncle
and friend to many. His other passions were his faith and the community he loved (especially singing
in the choir, the men's group and Bible background class with Deacon Pat) at St. Bernadette and the
service work that captured his heart with St. Vincent de Paul.
Visitation will be 4-8 p.m. on Friday at Ratterman Funeral Home, 3711 Lexington Road, Louisville,
KY, 40207. Jim's Mass of the Resurrection will be on Saturday at 10 a.m. at St. Bernadette with burial
to follow at Calvary Cemetery.
To honor Jim, our family requests donations to St. Vincent de Paul, in lieu of flowers.
January Luncheon Speaker Deacon Greg Gitschier
Next Alumni Luncheon Wednesday February 11, 2015
Speaker - Coach Gene Rhodes
Former player and coach at WKU; Coached Male,
St. X. and the Kentucky Colonels of the old ABA.
The mission of the Flaget Alumni Association is to promote Christian fellowship with its members as follows:
|* By sustaining the friendships developed while attending our beloved Flaget High School.||* By sustaining the unique spirit bestowed upon all who were a part of Flaget High School.|| * By developing educational and charitable grants to memorialize the spirit and memory
of Flaget High School so its spirit may be passed on to the generations of the future.
| * By supporting the ministry of the Xaverian Brothers to honor and celebrate their
commitment to education and the poor and our communion with the Brothers.
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