To the extended family of Cliff Fox,
I often met Cliff when I was walking the halls of Proctor Place to improve my strength and balance. I was amazed at how many miles he had to complete in a day. He was a very pleasant man and we were all very happy when he agreed to be President of the Proctor Place Resident Advisary Council.
I had hoped to attend his visitation, but had conflicts that made it impossible. I'm sorry to be late, but my thoughts and prayers have been with you. Sincerly, Margaret Kohlhase
Sorry for your loss. I am Mike McMullen and I don't know if you remember me or not. We used to live across the street from you on Richwoods Blvd. My earliest memory of your father was when your parents hosted the Monopoly game evenings
with my parents. My parents always had Coke so that when your father would give me a Pepsi I thought it was the greatest thing! I still prefer Pepsi.
I also remember the name Bemis Bag and many many years later as I would drive down Adams St to the company that would become Komatsu I would see the Bemis Bag sign and remember your father and that Pepsi.
Our deepest sympathy to all of the family?