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Peter Fox
  • September 14, 1940
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  • September 29, 2021

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September 29, 2021

Peter Fox of Titusville, Florida passed away peacefully, after a brief illness. with his wife and caregiver of nearly 59 years by his side. He was born September 14th,in Utica, NY, He was a US Army veteran working many different jobs before landing his career job at miller Brewing Company as a brewhouse mechanic. He enjoyed hunting and the outdoors and killed many a critter from his recliner after his active hunting days were over. He had a great love for dogs and other pets. One of his greatest loves, well besides food, was auto racing where many a friendship was formed. You always knew where you stood with him because he was sure to tell you, a trait that he passed on to his family. Also passed on is the love of a roaring outdoor bonfire which his family will continue to carry on.

He leaves behind his loving wife , Paula, his daughter Nancy(Sherry) Fox-Moore, Liverpool, NY, son Peter(Candace) Fox, Ransomville, NY, and daughter Michele (Michael) Marr of Palermo, NY along with his 8 grandchildren, Nichole Ferris and Jacob Marr. Alexander, Nathaniel and Matthew Fox and Connor, Tyler and Madison Fox- Moore.

The family would like to thank Cindy Marini for her support and friendship. Per his request there will be no services and he will be cremated. Next time you are out in nature or having a fire, think of the Fox family. and Pete.


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  1. Richard G Macco says:
    06 Oct 2021
    Pete's passing is felt by many. My condolences to the family.

  2. Julie Pontante says:
    06 Oct 2021
    Mr. Fox will be missed dearly, had a lot of fun and good memories at his house for our Softball parties. He was a lot of fun. My heart goes out to the family. I will be thinking of him when I walk in the woods with the beautiful nature. He may be walking with me. Love you Pete

  3. Buddy & “Ruby “ Diehl says:
    02 Oct 2021
    Prayers for peace and comfort. A good man, a good friend, we will never forget. He will be missed.

  4. Ed Garrow says:
    01 Oct 2021
    Dear Paula & Family:

    We're extremely sadden to hear of our dear friend Pete's passing, he was truly a one of a kind individual and a true friend to many. In particular he was a great friend of mine in which I was privileged to have known Pete and most of the family for over 44 year's, he was always my go to expert on any topic of which he was a great resource and a font of knowledge as well as experience. He was the first person to offer a hand and he would welcome everyone to his home. He was an individual of principal and yes he had his own opinions like all of us have but he had unquestionable integrity and credibility and he always had your back. He loved life and his entire family especially his grandchildren as well as his inexhaustible circle of friends all over the country. His tomato pie was a delicious treat to many of his friends and his quick wit would challenge anyone; I cite many of his one liner's that bring a smile to my face almost daily. Pete and I shared many things in common with one of them being a true love of a campfire and/or woodstove. One of my favorites is..."Don't worry about the wood Ma, Dad's coming home with a load!!!!!". Although Pete and Paula relocated from the Upstate NY area we continued our friendship that had been forged year's before as an attestation that good friend's can transcend the many miles between us. Pete was and forever will be my good friend and I'll miss him dearly. He was one of the really good guys in life and myself and my family are forever changed in having had Pete in our life...

    In Sympathy and Friendship,

    Ed and Kim Garrow

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