Warren Fox

Obituary of Warren Allen Fox

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Warren Fox (age 73) entered into rest on September 19, 2019 in Everett, WA. Warren was born in Upland, California on January 1, 1946 to Conrad and Lydia (Rowe) Fox. After graduating high school in 1964, Warren entered the United States Air Force from 1965-1973 and made the rank of Staff Sargent. After his discharge from the military he worked as a policeman for Portland, and Bellingham, Warren married Jody (Neff) on October 17, 1987 in Blaine, WA. and worked as a Second Twist Operator at Samsons Rope Factory, retiring in 2012 after 23 years.

He was a member of the CMA, American Legion, Band of Brothers and St. John’s Lutheran Church in Bellingham. He enjoyed making “dump” cakes and watching Seahawks and Mainers. He most enjoyed riding his motorcycle, collecting ink pens and caring all his keys at once no matter how heavy they were. Warren talked about his grandkids and bragged about them to whomever would listen.

He is survived by his wife, Jody of Ferndale; sons, Joe Fox of Kindal, WA, Mathew (Sandra) Maddux of Ferndale, WA, and Chris Fox; daughters, Sonya and Mike (Maddux) Lindquist of Ferndale, WA, Michele McFarland of Roanoke, Virginia; Brothers, Doug (Trisha) Lang of Birch Bay, Rob, Ron, Randy and Russ Carnrite of Abbotsford, B.C. (Even though he was an only child, he considered these guys his brothers); parents, Bet Carnrite of Abbotsford, BC (Bet and Gerald were considered his parents since his biological parents didn’t live close); twelve grandchildren and eighteen great grandchildren.

A celebration of life service will be held on Friday, October 4, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. at St. John’s Lutheran Church 2530 Cornwall Ave in Bellingham.

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Celebration of Life Service

1:00 pm
Friday, October 4, 2019
St. Johns Lutheran Church
2530 Cornwall Ave
Bellingham, Washington, United States
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