Cristine and Alan
I was so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing.
Please know that my thoughts and deepest sympaty are with you during this trying time.
One thing we remember her for was her faithfully using her red wagon to help another retired lady to bring her trash can & recycling bin from the curb to the garage door after the trash had been picked up. She did this for many years without any notoriety. She seemed to always keep a smile even as life got harder for her. We will miss her. 1John 5:11-13
My deepest condolences,Mrs.Christine Fox.May our heavenly loving heavenly Father grant you peace and comfort,be with you at this time of pain and sorrow.John 6:38-40.
Ms. Fox, so sad to hear about your Mom. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Hugs to you.
No words could ever express how we much we loved your Mom. She and your Dad were our neighbors when we first moved in on Shoreline in ' 76. And she has always been the Fox-y Lady and your Dad the Hummingbird Man. Your Mom was such a wonderful Lady. Unfortunately, we won't make the funeral. But just know that when we do visit New Bern, Your Mom will have visitors who love her and will keep an eye over her. She is with your Dad now and with God. No better company can she have. She loved you so very much and I know will be watching over you forever. With Love and Warmest Hugs Susan Valerien (Gambrills, MD) daughter of Bob and Bonnie Long (New Bern, NC)