My name is Harold Andrew Cox. I prefer to be called Andy or Coach. I am 57-years-old and I have been a juvenile diabetic for 32 years. I am in need of a kidney-pancreas transplant, which I will have at the Mayo Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida.
I have been a football coach my entire life, and most of my time was spent on the college level. I have been very lucky because I love what I do. I never had to get up and say, “Damn I have to go to work today”. Being a coach, asking for help is not an easy task. You learn from the game, somehow, someway, to get it done. However, in this situation, I need to ask for help. I have to prove to the transplant center that I can cover the cost of my rejection medicine.
September 1, 2014
Hey dad, I never got an answer from you, maybe you didn´t get my messages. I have pretty good contacts to the pharma industry, I think I can help you with your medication supply. Send me a note, please. Miss you, I love you man.
May 21, 2014
love ya forever my friend. Never forget when u you gave me my first pair of running shoes in high school and I ran my first 5k with you. 33 years later I am still running. You still can't catch me!! I also remember when times were tough for me at U of Fl and you gave me prepaid phone cards. I will be nice and won't mention all the times you embarrassed me with your silliness. Love ya hunny bunny.
deb Hefferon ivie
May 14, 2014
Coach Cox -- It's your old buddy Rube from Tulane. I have tried contacting you in the past, but I always seem to be a few steps behind you. Hopefully we can reconnect. In the meantime, we got your back!
April 29, 2014
hey coach! Im not sure you remember me. I was the TE/DE at Mt. Dora High during your time there. Son of William the big guy with the high voice like Mickey mouse. I pray all is well with you. between you and coach Cosden I learned a lot about life through the game. Im highly grateful. I wish you the best! [email protected] By the way my voice never changed.
Son of William