Visalia City Councilman, former County Supervisor Phil Cox dies

Phil Cox, who served on the Visalia Town Council and Tulare County Board of Supervisors for a put together two many years, died Wednesday from cancer. 

He was 64. 

Before this year, Cox introduced he battled COVID-19 and was bedridden for five weeks. 

His little ones and Visalia Metropolis Council colleague Brett Taylor posted remembrances of Cox on Facebook. 

“You will be missed Phil,” Taylor wrote on Facebook. “I simply cannot believe of a far better instance of another person who loved his family and served his group. I was genuinely blessed to have you in my lifetime.”

“He was devoted to his household and served his neighborhood for the broad greater part of his lifestyle,” his son Rob Cox wrote on Fb.

Visalia Chamber of Commerce also posted the subsequent concept on social media:

“Phil was a great good friend of the chamber as a member, volunteer, and advocate for nearby organizations. Through the chamber, he taught entrepreneurs organization fundamentals. Phil pressured the importance of fiscal accountability in people courses. As a Councilperson, his small business intellect and experience helped make a much better Visalia.”