Condolence & Memory Journal

Wonderful, generous woman.

Posted by Tim Kositzky - Acquaintance   May 25, 2021

Just became aware of her passing while doing a google search on her as she crosses my mind from time to time. I didn't know her personally but that did not stop her from helping my son travel to Paris and England when he was 12 years old - he's 27 now. Her kind gesture and generosity opened doors of opportunities he may have not otherwise experienced.

To her family, I'm sure you already know what an awesome woman she was. Please accept our heartfelt condolences. We can't know for a certainly where our loved ones go when they leave us but we hope it's to a better place. May this thought bring you some comfort. My son and I are forever grateful for the part she played in facilitating his travels abroad and his exposure to other cultures. May she rest in peace.


Yaminah & Khalid

Posted by Yaminah Gore - Lithonia, GA   July 15, 2020

So sad to hear this news. A loss to her family, friends, & community. Someone that was so generous to her community.

Posted by Judy - Acquaintance   June 26, 2020

I came to know of Mrs Cox Chambers through my work. I did not know her personally, though I became very familiar with her history, her family and her philanthropy. What an example of a life well lived. A shining example of helping those that needed it.

Posted by Paul Thomas - Sydney, UM   March 15, 2020

I grew up on Clarendon Plantation, daughter of the chef Daniel Alvarado. Daddy always spoke highly of the family he worked for so many years. He recently told me of the passing of Mrs. Chambers and I felt a little of my childhood slip away. My condolences to the family.

Posted by Christy Moore - Supply, NC   March 10, 2020


Enjoy your walk with JESUS Mrs. Anne Cox Chambers. See you on the other side someday. GODS BLESSINGS to you and your Family. LOVE in JESUS CHRIST FOREVER.

Posted by GREG MOYER - PROSPECT, PA   February 27, 2020

Mrs. Chambers was a giant among trailblazers. Her great works speak for her. My sincere condolences to the Cox family.

Posted by Carolyn Ford - Marietta, GA   February 25, 2020

Ann Cox Chambers was a woman of noble character. She didn't have to yell to be heard.

Posted by Willie Flagg - Marietta, GA   February 16, 2020

Mrs. Chambers was a beautiful, loving soul. The world will miss her presence. The family is in my prayers.

Posted by Theresa Crawford - Atlanta, GA   February 11, 2020


Posted by Alishia    February 10, 2020

She was the most wonderful lady l ever met in my life

Posted by Jose Jimenez    February 09, 2020

Atlanta, our Country and the World need more like her.
In admiration.

Posted by Glenn Kauffman - Peachtree Corners, GA   February 08, 2020

Most gracious Lady, I was invited to Clarendon plantation for a Santa Gertrudis event. Had the pleasure of meeting Barbra and Garland in South Texas for Santa Gertrudis sales of the season.
My prayers and condolences for the family.

Posted by Leander Rabun Battle - Dade City, FL   February 08, 2020

Anne Cox Chambers created her beautiful garden in Provence
and generously shared it with other garden enthusiasts making us feel so welcome. We appreciated this kind gesture enormously.
We felt her heart was at home in her garden and as her head gardener, Serge, pointed out she was often found helping the gardeners surrounded by her team of dogs. My condolences to the family... and thank you.

Posted by Susan Worner - York. GB   February 08, 2020

I would like to offer my condolences to the family and friends of Anne cox chambers she will sorely be missed may the God of tender mercies grant her peace

Posted by A friend   February 08, 2020

Posted by Brad Hugick    February 07, 2020

Posted by Brad Hugick    February 07, 2020

Such a generous spirit, she will be missed by so many. Heartfelt condolences to the Cox, Chambers families, truly sorry for your loss. May God be with you.

Posted by A friend   February 07, 2020


Deepest Condolences!

Posted by Pam Barnes - San Antonio, TX   February 06, 2020

My condolences to the family. I am a proud employee of what I believe to be the greatest family run business in the world. Putting people, the environment and humanitarian efforts first are what Anne Cox Chambers delivered in life.

Gary & Sandy Haeger

Posted by Gary Haeger - Gilberts, IL   February 06, 2020


Thanks to Ms Anne Cox Chambers for her generosity in sponsoring our son, Marcus while he attended Savannah State University. Her kindness is appreciated. Our condolences are with the family. God bless you.

Posted by Marvin and Ann Drummer - Atlanta, GA   February 06, 2020

Many thanks to Ms Anne Cox Chambers for
her generosity in sponsoring our son, Marcus while he was a student at Savannah State University. We will always be grateful to her for the kindness shown! Our condolences are with the family of this great lady. God bless you.

Posted by Marvin and Ann Drummer - Atlanta, GA   February 06, 2020

Losing a loved one is never regardless of how long you have cherished precious memories with them. May the Cox and Chambers families find comfort and peace in the God who cares.

Posted by A friend   February 06, 2020


As a recently hired employee at Cox Automotive in Fresno, CA, I had heard about and just recently started reading about The Cox sisters and their amazing contributions to many organizations, companies, the USA, and other countries.
I am honored to be a part of such an amazing legacy! Being nearly 60, the Cox sisters quickly became my idles. Heroes, actually. My condolences to all the Cox family, worldwide. What an inspiring woman who lived life to its fullest, and gave of herself selflessly. We could a learn something from her!

Posted by Megan Antijunti - Fresno, CA   February 06, 2020

Offering my heartfelt condolences in behalf of the Chambers family. Sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort strengthen you during this difficult time.

Posted by A friend   February 05, 2020

What an astonishing legacy to live. Anne truly left this world a better place for all of us--she was an amazing woman with an amazing list of accomplishments. My condolences go out to the family and friends of Anne Cox Chambers.

Posted by Brian Byrns - Rancho Santa Margarita, CA   February 05, 2020

Every life leaves a trail of Beautiful Memories and when they leave this world, a part of them stays with you always....As our Angel watches over the family and friends.
Our Deepest Sympathy from the Noah's Ark Family

Posted by A friend   February 05, 2020

Memories of Anne are always with me. She treated us kids like
we were roalty and was always so kind. She treated us like
adults and were alway at dinner at the big table with all of the family. Retta, Kathy and Jim were always so kind to us as well.

Retta, my Mom's Best friend in the whole world was a bit like a second Mom to us and we had such fun in San Francisco

Sending Love and condolences from the Mahoney's

All my love,

Mindy Mahoney Campi

Posted by A friend   February 04, 2020

Condolences to Jim K and Ms. Anne's family

Posted by Rob Ottley - Smyrna, GA   February 04, 2020

My deepest condolences to the Cox Family. You are in my prayers. Mrs. Anne Cox Chambers has left an Amazing Legacy that will live on.

Posted by Stephanie Dowell - Snellville, GA   February 04, 2020

Thank you for everything you have done for our company. You have left an amazing legacy that will carry on for generations.

Posted by Christine Martin - Oklahoma City, OK   February 04, 2020

We pray the love for your lost is forever carried in your memory. We love and will miss her.

Posted by Noah's Ark - Locust Grove, GA   February 04, 2020

Sending my deepest and sincerely condolences.

Posted by Yolanda Palmer - Atlanta, GA   February 04, 2020


What a remarkable lady and legacy. My deepest condolences to the family.

Posted by Rebecca Brown - Baton Rouge, LA   February 04, 2020

My Condolences.

Posted by A friend   February 04, 2020

My deepest empathy for the families loss. May you find peace knowing this beautiful human being is now a Angel for us all. My gratitude for the 100 years spent on this Earth making it a better place.

Posted by Kelli Porter - Omaha, NE   February 04, 2020

Deepest sympathy to the family of Mrs C. A great Mom, leader and staunch Democrat. Never made it to France sadly but saved une bouteille de Vin Fontanille Vintage 1995. Your lavender honey was unmatched. She will always be remembered by those of us who knew or met her-- to see what goodwill lived in her, empowerment of the arts, tireless in giving. Thank you for being a role model for women.

Posted by Juliet Hanlon - New York, NY   February 03, 2020

Mrs Chambers was so kind to me when I moved to Atlanta in 1991 - we met briefly in Brussels when she was ambassdaor and I was a student in Louvain -- and we met again here through Father Austin Ford at one of his wonderful dinner parties at Emmaus House. I have many happy memories of her hospitality, particularly when I was there with her dear friend Vee Adair.

When Austin Ford was awarded by the American Civil Liberties Union of Georgia Anne went with me. She was devoted to her beloved friends.

Anne Cox Chambers had a full life devoted to her family, friends, and the communities and causes she served. One must not overlook her brillance and acumen in the business community, serving not only Cox Enterprises but also the other corporations on whose boards she served. Above all, she served her country as ambassador and a staunch advocate of liberal Democratic ideals and those who promote the common good.

When I saw Mike Luckovich's cartoon of Mrs Chambers greeted by all the dogs she loved, I was reminded of the post on the staircase in her house with all their leashes. She remembered every one of them with devotion.

May all of us who remember Anne Cox Chambers give thanks for all whose lives she touched.

Robert Brown

Posted by Robert Brown - Atlanta, GA   February 03, 2020


Prayers and deepest condolences go out to all of the family and friends she has touched throughout her years. She was a gem of a woman.

Posted by Lillian Garcia-Johnson - Peachtree Corners, GA   February 03, 2020

Thank you for everything. Especially in helping our great company grow to where we can give back to the community in so many ways.

Posted by Erik Eklof - Las Vegas, NV   February 03, 2020

It is a privilege to work at such a wonderful company with a legacy of excellence initiated by the Cox family. The Cox family has my deepest sympathies in this time of loss.

Posted by Isabelle Adams - Atlanta, GA   February 03, 2020

It's hard to think of Atlanta without Miss Anne. Her soft spoken intelligence and devotion to honorable principles were a comfort and an inspiration. I enjoyed every moment spent with her, whether related to dogs or politics. Rest in Peace, fine lady.

Posted by May Goodwin - Lake Lanier, GA   February 03, 2020

Mrs. Anne Cox Chambers lived her life with purpose and made great accomplishments. Thanks so much for sharing. My condolences to the Cox family!

Posted by Nadina Peterson - Atlanta, GA   February 03, 2020

In addition to all the donations she made to humans, she donated to animal rescues large and small and never publicized it. The founder of Life for God's Stray Animals told me that she gave $500 a month for years and years.

Posted by Partly Cloudy - Aiken, SC   February 03, 2020

Heartfelt sympathy to the family of Anne Cox Chambers. Mrs. Chambers has been a blessing to my friend, Jamey Marshall who has been a member of her employment for many years. May the family find peace in the precious memories she leaves with them.

Posted by Cassandra Norman - Atlanta, GA   February 02, 2020

Phil and I were blessed to have met Mrs. Chambers by sharing in the care and grooming of her dogs. She was always most gracious and invited us to visit her out-of-state and European homes.
Her love for her dogs was fascinating and will never be forgotten. Thank you, Mrs. Chambers. RIP

Posted by Rhoda and Phil Stahlman - Atlanta, GA   February 02, 2020

Sending my deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolences to the Cox family.

Posted by Melanie White - Buford, GA   February 02, 2020

My condolences to the family of an extraordinary woman, May you find peace in knowing that she live an amazing life.

Posted by A friend   February 02, 2020


I had the privilege of meeting Mrs Chambers during my career with Cox Automotive. She was an inspiration to all woman and built a company that made you proud to work for. I will be forever grateful for my Cox work family.

Posted by Debbie Conrad - Cumming, GA   February 01, 2020


What an extraordinary woman with a timeless legacy. It is priceless to witness it at Cox.
J. Claerbout

Posted by A friend   February 01, 2020

Sincere condolences to the family of Anne Cox Chambers. She will be remembered for caring about fairness for all.

Posted by JE Sowell - Charlotte, NC   February 01, 2020

My thoughts are with the family, and especially Jim. My memories are wonderful of her graciousness to us as children. Her perfect and gentle instructions over a post swim lunch one day about how to properly eat the artichoke before me is as clear as if it was yesterday. My respect for her is immense.....

Posted by Sally Shropshire - Atlanta, GA   February 01, 2020

My wife and I send our condolences to the Cox family and all those close to Mrs. Cox Chambers. She was a remarkable lady. It's quite obvious her legacy will endure for generations to come. She was truly a blessing to my home town and I'm very proud to be a part of the community she had such great influence on.

Posted by Ryan Orr - Woodstock, GA   February 01, 2020

Thank you for your inspiration and exuding all that is possible when one is selfless. May you enjoy your transition and new journey with old friends and family in heaven. God bless you Mrs. Cox Chambers.

Posted by Brian Allan - Los Angeles, CA   February 01, 2020

My deepest condolences to the Cox Chambers families, so very sorry for your loss. May you find comfort and strength from God to help you as you go through this most difficult time of your loss.

Posted by A friend   February 01, 2020

Our deepest condolences to the family. We pray that God continues to strengthen and comfort you all during this difficult period.

Posted by A friend   February 01, 2020

She was a truly exceptional woman. Thank you for all you contributed in your lifetime and rest well knowing that you made a difference in our world and changed lives. RIP

Posted by Ray Shoukri - Indianapolis, IN   February 01, 2020

Rest in peace, lovely lady.

Posted by G Pittman - Marietta, GA   February 01, 2020

She was a kind and thoughtful person as well as a business woman. My condolences to her family.

Posted by Judy Barker - Lilburn, GA   February 01, 2020

To Mrs. C's family, please accept my heartfelt sympathy to someone I had the joy to know what a treasure she is and remains to all of you. A fearless, brilliant woman who must have been an amazing Ambassador (I didn't know here then) for our Country under the leadership of Beloved President Carter. She lavished me with gifts while working for her son Jim, who she adored. One of which I will never forget, my first ever taste of Lavendar honey from her own garden?! Made from bees enjoying lavender blossoms!! Have never found it since in any Country. And a Fontanille Wine Vintage 1995 that has never been opened since. When visiting her in her NYC Apartment, I was greeted by an entourage of dogs first, then came Mrs. C. introducing each to me. Well that set the bar. That is how I will remember her, a family woman, outstanding Mother, philanthropist, wife and leader, a role model for all women. Exquisite human being. Thank you for bringing so much to our world. I apologise for never visiting you at Fontanille which I know would have been a joyous occasion, for you celebrated all of life.

Posted by Juliet Hanlon - New York, NY   January 31, 2020

I went to school with Jim. My thoughts to to him.

Posted by Tillman Pearce - San Francisco, CA   January 31, 2020

I am very sorry for the families loss. She was a great woman...

Posted by Robert Dees - Woodstock, GA   January 31, 2020

My deepest condolences to the family. She was a lovely woman!

Posted by Craig Garrett - Atlanta, GA   January 31, 2020


Grand and generous Lady,
Blessed with outstanding grace and fortune. We recall and celebrate your legacy to us in preserving our local community link, the AJC.

Posted by Robert Windom - Atlanta, GA   January 31, 2020


Posted by Oksana Jordan - DE   January 31, 2020

An inspiration to all women, I never had the lovely pleasure of meeting her. I wish I had.

I know her dogs are joyous with her arrival.

The world is missing a strong and kind human being.
My condolences to the family.

Posted by Oksana Jordan - DE   January 31, 2020

God bless the family.

Posted by Morris Bell - Atlanta, GA   January 31, 2020

With deepest sympathy to family and friends I celebrate the unmatched legacy of an honorable woman.

Posted by Beryl Cox - Las Vegas, NV   January 31, 2020

Atlanta and the world have and will continue to benefited by this gracious lady's benevolence.

Posted by Angie Stober - Carrollton, GA   January 31, 2020

Our family shares in prayers and thoughts for the family and those who loved Mrs. Chambers around the world. Sincerest condolences.

Posted by Eric & Carlotta Rogers - Marietta, GA   January 31, 2020

My deepest condolences to the family for your loss. May the God of comfort give comfort to you during this difficult time.

Posted by Mary Smith - PA   January 31, 2020

Atlanta has lost a great women

Posted by Joe Mrsich - Cumming, GA   January 31, 2020

Sincerest condolences to the family friends and employees of Ms. Cox. May the God of all comfort grant you His peace...

Posted by A friend   January 31, 2020

With her love of dogs, surely heaven is populated with only slow squirrels.

Posted by Jim Barco - Flowery Branch, GA   January 31, 2020

My condolences to the family. From a retired (2011) Cox Communications employee.

Posted by Steven Dlugosz - Coventry, RI   January 31, 2020

An extraordinary person and lifelong committed defender of an independent free press. My condolences to the Cox family.

Posted by Hyde Post - St. Simons island, ga., GA   January 31, 2020


A great loss to the company today. Condolences to the family, our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Posted by Grace Kong - Toronto, ON   January 31, 2020

My Condolences to the Cox Family

Posted by Janet Van Der Laak    January 31, 2020

A great leader and a big loss to for the company today. Condolences to the family, our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Posted by Grace Kong - Toronto, ON   January 31, 2020

She added so much to all of our lives

Posted by Marianne Rutan - Good hope, GA   January 31, 2020

Our deepest sympathies are with the entire Cox Family in this time as they mourn the loss of their Matriarch. Deeply inspired by her Legacy and Impact, we express profound gratitude for her example in our community and sincere condolences on behalf of the entire Cox Family Enterprise Center.

Posted by Gaia Marchisio - Kennesaw, GA   January 31, 2020

The French-American Foundation and its Board of Directors mourn the loss of Ambassador Anne Cox Chambers and extend its deepest condolences to her family during this time.

Emeline Foster
Executive Director of the French-American Foundation, United-States

Posted by A friend   January 31, 2020

The Latin American Association mourns, together with many Georgians, the passing of Anne Cox Chambers. She did so much to make Atlanta a better place, and we were, through Cox Enterprises, beneficiaries of her largesse. Cox Enterprises has been a strong supporter of our organization and is one of our top corporate sponsor, and its executives have been part of our board for many years. In April, we are honoring Cox Enterprises at our annual Compañeros Awards Luncheon. In addition, Cox Enterprises, through its past ownership of MundoHispánico, has long been a friend of the Latino community. We are saddened to hear the news of Mrs. Chambers' passing, and we offer our heartfelt condolences to her family and friends.

Posted by Latin American Association - Atlanta, GA   January 31, 2020

Amy and I offer our condolences to the entire Cox family for this loss. Anne Cox Chambers was the epitome of gracious and generous living and she made the world a better place. I suspect that she was the North Star that all Cox employees follow. I look forward to many more years enjoying the peace and tranquility of her garden on the Cox campus.

Posted by Bob Hornsby - Alpharetta, GA   January 31, 2020

Posted by A friend   January 31, 2020

While I did not know Mrs Cox-Chambers I have had the honor of seeing her once visit the Cox building. It is amazing because I thought to myself as she walked past me with Mr. Kennedy, wow she is so regal and graceful just as those stated in the reflections and tributes.

You could tell that she was a woman of class and grace and her influence is all throughout the Cox Campus.

My condolences to the Cox Family during this time. May you find comfort in knowing that Mrs. Cox Chambers legacy will live on throughout the city of Atlanta and all of the Cox employees. Being an employee of Cox you feel like you are an extension of the family and it is an honor to be able to do a little part in continuing the Legacy.

Posted by Krystal Brown - Loganville, GA   January 31, 2020

The global SCAD community expresses condolence to the Cox family, as well as gratitude for the lasting contributions of Anne Cox Chambers to SCAD Lacoste. Several properties that are part of SCAD Lacoste formerly housed the Lacoste School of the Arts, which Anne devotedly led as Chair of the Board. She generously supported the school for many years, and her longtime leadership is commemorated on the campus, which is located near her beloved home in Provence.

Posted by Paula Wallace - Savannah, GA   January 31, 2020

My condolences to the entire Cox family, including the employees that are a part of the Cox Enterprise family. We will miss this classy lady on campus. A life well lived and to be admired.

Posted by Harriet White - Ellenwood, GA   January 31, 2020


With sincere sympathy!

Posted by Beth Bagley-Tucker - Acworth, GA   January 31, 2020


My thoughts and prayers for the friends and family of Mrs. Chambers. May you find peace and comfort in the coming days.

Posted by Tracie Lawson - Atlanta, GA   January 31, 2020

Atlanta, Georgia, and our entire Nation has lost a wonderful lady. She will be missed by Generations to come. As a retired Employee of Cox Enterprises, Manheim Auctions, I was honored to deliver Automobiles to her residence for her guests . Heaven has welcomed an American icon of Charity and Love. My Sincere Condolences to the Cox Family. Ron Watters East Point, GA

Posted by Ronald Watters - East Point, GA   January 31, 2020

My condolences to the Cox family. Ms Chambers impact on the community of Atlanta, the US, and the world sets a standard to which we should all strive to reach.
I have been an employee of Cox for 22 years and am grateful to Ms. Chambers and the Cox family at large. The values that the family lives are passed to the employees at Cox, creating a culture second to none. A culture of, yes, being successful in business but also good stewards of our community and fellow employees.
May you have peace.

Posted by Mike Wysong - Milton, GA   January 31, 2020

This extraordinary woman stood with other giants to take her place in history. The footprints of her life are forever with us. To the Cox family - thank you for sharing her with all of us.

Posted by melissa phillips - canton   January 31, 2020

With deep sorrow for the loss your family is enduring and overwhelming gratitude for the inspiration you were to me and so many Cox employees, I will celebrate your legacy.

Posted by Amy Mills - Atlanta, GA   January 31, 2020

What a true hero in all aspects of her civic life! Very few people have done more to improve our lives as Georgians as Anne Cox Chambers. From the arts, environment, children, animals, media, diplomacy, civic engagement, philanthropy, voting, and so many other areas, she energetically set a high standard for all of us to aspire to. Her great values are evident in all of her work. What an enduring inspiration for the future!

Posted by Drew Lisac - Sandy Springs, GA   January 31, 2020


Posted by John Brock - Tulsa, OK   January 31, 2020

My condolences to the family. What a remarkable legacy. I'm proud to be a Cox employee.

Posted by Morieka Johnson - Atlanta, GA   January 31, 2020

May God bless your family in this time of sorrow. You had a remarkable life with so much to be proud of. May your soul rest in peace.

Posted by Samuel Prashanth Paulraj - Atlanta, GA   January 31, 2020


Posted by Mike Leffew - Carmel, IN   January 31, 2020


My condolences to you and your family. I have worked for Cox Communications for 17 years and it has been an honor to work at a company where her legacy will carry on. God Bless you and your family

Posted by Michele Freeman - Springfield, VA   January 31, 2020

Sending prayers and condolences to the Cox Family.

Posted by Necol Crawford Spann - Atlanta, GA   January 31, 2020

I never met any of the Cox family personally but I was fortunate to work for such an amazing organization for a few years before retiring. May she rest in peace.

John Petro
Retired Manager of Accounting
vAuto/Cox Automotive

Posted by A friend   January 31, 2020

I am sorry regarding the loss of your loved one. May the God of Comfort, continue to comfort the family.

Posted by A friend   January 31, 2020

Im so sorry for your loss. Please except my deepest condolences and prayers

Posted by Dee Dee    January 31, 2020

During the mid 1980's while I was managing an Atlanta restaurant (Zasus located across the street from Piedmont Hospital) Mrs. Chambers and her hairdresser came in for a early dinner. It was an honor meeting her and also finding out that we both are from Ohio. She was a lovely lady and so down to earth. Our meeting will always stay with me.

Posted by Brent Baker - Atlanta, GA   January 31, 2020


Posted by Freddie Rhett - Savannah, GA   January 31, 2020

Love Prayers and Blessings!

Posted by Katherine Tippins - Baxley, GA   January 31, 2020

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Posted by A friend   January 31, 2020

Wish I had met this wonderful woman in person, shaken hands with her and given her a hug.
What a great principle to have in life: "Give back to the community, as much as you can".
May her soul rest in peace in Heaven.

Posted by A friend   January 31, 2020

God Speed

Posted by Charles Rice - ATLANTA, GA   January 31, 2020

My deepest sympathies to the family of Anne Cox Chambers. I pray that in the midst of your sorrow you find comfort in all the joyful memories shared. May the God of comfort also fill your heart with peace at this sad and difficult time.

Posted by A friend   January 31, 2020

I moved to Atlanta in 1986 to open a restaurant called Chefs' Cafe.I immediately became aware of Ms. Chambers and her stature in Atlanta. She eventually came and dined with us. I felt like I was in the presence of royalty. She was quite an amazing person indeed. Atlanta will miss her indeed.

Posted by Michael Tuohy - Chareleston, SC   January 31, 2020

What a beautiful and kind woman. She will be warmly remembered. I enjoyed our chats and it was an honor to be a liaison for her visits to Cox Headquarters. My sincere condolences to her family. She must've been so proud to see Alex leading the company now.

Posted by Marcia Barth - Duluth, GA   January 31, 2020

Thank Mrs. Chambers and the entire Cox family for continuing the legacy established by Governor Cox. As an employee, I can say that Cox does care about their employees and the surrounding community.

Prayers for family at this time, but know she will never be forgotten.

Posted by Anonymous - Mableton, GA   January 31, 2020


Thank you Mrs. Chambers for this beautiful campus we have here at Corporate.Its an honor to work here for such a wonderful and caring family.God bless you and the entire Cox family. Heaven has gained a new Angel.

Posted by Clay Cole - Atlanta, GA   January 31, 2020

What a beautiful great lady ! the Arts will miss her !

Posted by Patsy Bromley    January 31, 2020


Knowing how much Anne Cox Chambers loved the company, I made a donation today to the Cox Employee Relief Fund in her memory. With love and sympathy. Susan Hewitt (Atlanta Journal-Constitution/CoxNext)

Posted by Susan Hewitt - Atlanta, GA   January 31, 2020

Thank you Mrs. Chambers for all you have done for the employees at the Atlanta Newspapers...

Posted by Melinda Price - Rex, GA   January 31, 2020

I started working for the Cox organization back in 1986 with the publications (Tradings Times / Auto Trader magazines) My journey with them ended in 2012 ....26 years, I established loyal long term customers A.K.A. my friends. This wonderful journey in my life made me who I am today. My dedication was second to none. extremely grateful .
May she rest in Heaven, Her legacy will continue.

Posted by Cindy Kendrick - Grove City, OH   January 31, 2020