Jonathan David Cotton

February 9, 2021

Our beloved son, husband, father, nephew and cousin, Jonathan David Cotton was unexpectedly called home on Saturday, February 6, 2021.

Jonathan was born in Atmore, AL to John David Cotton Jr. and Kathryn Gail Cotton on March 24, 1985. He worked for Williamson Electrical and loved his job and work family. In his spare time, he loved riding four wheelers, working on projects with his dad and watching his girls play sports.

Jonathan is preceded in death by his Grand Parents, James and Hazel Crutchfield, John and Joyce Cotton, Step-Daughter, Daizee Angus, Aunt and Uncle, Diane and Lamar Smith.

He is survived by his Wife Karmen Cotton of Flomaton, AL, Daughter Kayley Marie Cotton of Flomaton, AL, Step-Daughter, Zoey Angus of Flomaton, AL, His Parents, John and Gail Cotton of Flomaton, AL, Aunts, Jennifer (Walt) Woodfin, Julie (Chad) Miller and Faye Bradley Coover. Cousins, Steve Bradley, Cindy Baggett, Chris Smith, Allison Woodfin, Stewart Woodfin, Raeleigh Woodfin, Ansley Claire Miller and John Edward Miller.

Visitation will be held at Johnson Quimby Funeral Home in Atmore, AL on Thursday, February 11th with the family gathering from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. and friends being welcome from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.  A celebration of life will be held Friday, February 12 at 10:00 a.m. at Johnson Quimby Funeral Home with Brother Ted Bridges officiating.  Burial will follow in Oak Hill Cemetery.

Active pallbearers will be Steve Foley, Jeremy Wise, Stephen Manning, Chris Smith, John Edward Miller and Stewart Woodfin.

The family greatly appreciates the overwhelming support and generosity they have received from so many in the community over the past few days and ask for your continued prayers.

Due to Covid-19, the family asks that you practice social distancing and face masks are recommended.


One Response to “Jonathan David Cotton”

  1. Marlena Macks on February 11th, 2021 4:57 pm

    Im sorry for your loss. Praying for you and your Family. We live yall Karmen Zoey , kayley .Jonthan was a good person he will be missed.

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