Remembering Foxy

Lee Stuart Fox (or Foxy to his friends) was loved not only by me but by so many family and friends far and wide. I would love for you to share your stories, memories, and photos of Lee on here so we can all see how many people’s lives he really was part of.

Thank you
James

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From: Lucy

Colleague

When you smiled the sun shone bright. Take care Foxy and all the love in the world to James and your family. You will forever be our green family. Thank you xx

From: Carole & Steve

Scuba Diving Student and then Diving Buddy

We met Lee through diving and spent two wonderful holidays with him and James. He really was a gentle giant, so receptive, kind and caring. We are going to miss seeing his wicked grin and drinking another Sakara, looking forward to the next days diving. You touched the lives of everyone that you met Lee and will be missed by us all xxx

From: Steph Clifford

Honorary Aunty

Lee's giggle and cheeky, impish, infectious grin was evident from a very young age as was his determination and problem solving skills, I remember he solved the problem of how to reach the goodies placed out of reach on the kitchen worktop...he simply pushed the chair over and climbed up! He always had an easy going nature and stood happily letting his dad, 'uncle' Derek and a family friend cover him in clothes pegs. He had an inbuilt homing beacon even if the way was across fields and through hedges lol. I remember the last time I saw Lee he was proudly showing me through his (and James) new home, it was the day after his surprise 40th birthday party, those are the pictures I shall keep in my head. Lee was always easy to talk to and an absolute pleasure to be with. Theres a smile in every memory.

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