Mylo Gibson Cox
May 3, 1908 Dec. 30, 1996
San Ramon Valley Times (CA) - Friday, January 3, 1997
Mylo Cox, a former Pleasanton resident, died Monday. He was 88.
The native of California served in National Guard. He was a printer and typesetter for the Oakland Tribune, Berkeley Gazette and Pacific Typographic Service. He retired in 1980 and started Data-Scan Typesetting. He was a member of Alisal Masonic Lodge in Pleasanton. He enjoyed gardening, woodworking and electronics.
Survivors include Lillian Cox, his wife of 26 years; daughters Marilyn Lee of Palo Alto, Melody Taylor of San Jose and Cindy Repose of Livermore; sons, Mel Cox of Pleasanton and Pat Cox of Utah; sister, Zona Gayle Carlsen of Oakland; eight grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by Geraldine Cox, his first wife, in 1969.