Christopher Cobb

December 21, 1956 — December 2, 2017

Christopher Cobb

Christopher (Chris) Cobb, age 60, of Hiawassee and Atlanta, Georgia passed away on Saturday, December 2, 2017. He was born on December 21, 1956 to the late Truman and Ruby(Joslin) Cobb. A kind and gentle soul, Chris was a psychotherapist who lovingly helped many people in recovery and other life challenges. All who met him sensed his inner joy. 

He graduated from the University of Georgia and had a master’s degree from Argosy University. He was an expert ballroom dancer, as well as an avid UGA football fan. 

Chris is survived by his loving partner, Karen (Paul) Holmes; son, Marcus A. Cobb; and sisters and brothers-in law, Cheryl (Cobb) and Ralph Diaz, Wanda (Cobb) Desgro, and Lorri(Cobb) and Ken Clark. 

A celebration of Chris Cobb's life will be held on Thursday, January 25th from 1 pm - 2:30 pm at Magnolia Hall in Piedmont Park.
 
This is an indoor facility and the GPS Address is 1320 Monroe Drive, NE, ATL, 30306, which is a light at Worchester Dr. Turn onto Worchester. Go through the park gates and follow the drive through the tunnel to the parking garage. Walk out the garage on the ground level (the level you entered), and turn right to Magnolia Hall. There will be signs to direct you. All areas are handicapped accessible.

 In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The Foundation for Inner Peace, PO Box 615, Tiburon, California, 94920, or by visiting https://www.acim.org/donations.html; or to The MARRAddiction Recovery Center Scholarship Fund, 2815 Clearview Place, Doraville, GA  30340, or www.marrinc.org.

To send flowers to the family in memory of Christopher Cobb, please visit our flower store.

Past Services

Memorial Service

Thursday, January 25, 2018

Starts at 1:00pm

Magnolia Hall In Piedmont Park

Atlanta, GA

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