Anthony Fox

Anthony Duane "Tony" Fox

Sunday, June 29th, 1958 - Wednesday, June 17th, 2020
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Anthony "Tony" Duane Fox, 61, of Mt. Sterling, passed away unexpectedly in his residence on Wednesday, June 17, 2020. Anthony was born on June 29, 1958 in Warren, Ohio.

Anthony was a high school graduate of Madison-Plains High School Class of 1976.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Kenneth D. Fox and Clara Ann (Hampton-Fox) Hollar; brother, Robert "Bob" W. Fox; Sister, Melinda "Lindy" Thompson; Step Father James Hollar; nephew Blake Card.

Anthony is survived by his children, Patricia (Jason Prater) Fox, Kenneth (Ashly) Fox; Madonna (Dustin) Massie; grandchildren, Zane, David, Chloe, Harmony, Alexia, Corbin, Miya and Carter; soon to be Great Grandson, Kingston; siblings, Sandy Rosier, Vickie Coffman, Dennis James "Jimmy" Fox, James Hollar 11 and Samantha Jones. Also surviving are Uncles, Aunt, nieces, nephews, cousins, and a host of friends.

The family will hold a memorial service at a later date.
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Keena Everett

Posted at 11:25am
My deepest condolences to Trish, Kenny, Annie, and the family! Where does a person start when there are so many meaningful memories of this man and his kids. When I think of Tony, I think of the guy I met when I was in my early 20's who lived on the point in Mt. Sterling raising three amazing kiddos. Always sober with a mason jar of ice tea, Tony would show up in cut off shorts, sandals, and a smile. My friend, thanks for showing up to help your girl host a wedding reception for my niece and for being the only person who stayed all night to help me clean up. Thank you for taking me with you to paint for Jim in Marysville. We have been married for 18 years now and have two awesome kids we added to our family. The road may have been hard, the struggles unbearable and the disease too much, but rest now in his arms, clean, sober, and free!

Private talks: 20 years ago

He was amazed at how mature and motherly Trish was with Kenny and Annie. Everyone could trust her with their children and he recommended her to many! loll He said that he knew for sure she would be the best mother ever! Extremely proud of Kenny and the football player he had become, Tony bragged. ALOT! The only boy in the house and such a great kid. Tony thought Kenny had the total package plus the added advantage of being loving and caring. And then there was Annie! Madonna, the baby of the family. We all knew who was the "baby" and everyone had better look out for her! He thought her smile could melt any heart and that she was the most beautiful little girl in Sterling. The only thing I remember Tony fearing besides the Lord was Monica. loll God love you both but that time in the center of town!!! l laugh to this day when I picture it. You're all in my prayers and thoughts!

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