Fox, Greg

July 25, 1961 - January 13, 2021

Greg Fox, a long-time resident of Forney, TX passed away from COVID-19 complications on January 13, 2021. Greg is survived by wife, Alisha Fox (Forney), his mother, Linda Fox (Pilot Point), sister Stacy Kuhn and spouse Brett (Pilot Point), daughter Heather Murrey and spouse Matthew (Dallas), son Heath Fox and spouse Samantha (El Paso), daughter Hayley Aldana, spouse Roger, and
grandson Mason (Forney), his Mother and Father-in-law Donna & Travis Salvato, his sister-in-law Erin Pollaehn, his nieces Paige Bartee and family, Tori Kuhn and Kimber Kuhn. Greg is predeceased by his father, Nolan Fox.

Greg was born July 25, 1961 to Nolan and Linda Fox of Mesquite, Texas. He graduated from Mesquite High School in 1979. He married Alisha Fox (Pollaehn) on April 22, 1983 and had three beautiful children that he loved dearly. Greg was the life of any room he entered. He had an endearing smile, infectious laugh, and he was never too shy to have a good time. He worked hard at everything he did, every day of his life. He owned multiple construction companies, but his hard work was not just about his work. He loved his family, his friends and his church. He was always ready to lend a helping hand to a friend or neighbor, serve at his church, and simply be available to love people.

A memorial celebration is tentatively planned for Summer 2021.
The family will release more information at a future date.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the National Kidney Foundation

11 replies on “Fox, Greg”

Erin Pollaehn says:

Greg will be dearly missed.

Linda & Kelly Thompsom says:

We will miss him greatly. Greg was a great friend. We will see again in Glory.

Eliott Cox says:

Greg and my parents were friends in high school so naturally we were around his family often. He was always welcoming and happy to see you no matter the circumstance. Him and Alicia have raised a great family and he will be dearly missed.

Kelsie Webster says:

I met Greg through mutual friends, he was a great man. We are praying for his family. You’re all in our thoughts daily. Love, The Websters

Karen Smith says:

Greg was a Godly man and sits at the feet of Jesus and knows no pain. Prayers for peace and comfort for all the family.

Melinda Bell says:

Our thought and prayers are with Alisha and the kids.

RUSTY GREGORY says:

RIP Greg ! Love you Brother ! till we meet again

Armando and Fay Gonzalez says:

Our Deepest Condolences!!! In the short time we got to know ya’ll, are feel truly Blessed! We Love Greg and you Alisha and the special get togethers and time together at Church♡

Terry & Darlene Cooper says:

Alisha Terry and I send our deepest condolences to you and Fox family. We love you and we are keeping you and family in our prayers. 🙏🏾❤️

David & Elizabeth Siller says:

We love you and are praying for your family. Greg was the life of the party and always had a contagious smile. We will miss our friend very much.

Chris walsh says:

Working with Greg at Schepps Dairy was always a good time. He was a very hard working employee and a strong leader in supervision. Also enjoyed spending time at the motocross track with ya back in the day. Rest In Peace brother

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