BrDd­ley M. Fox

Public Spirit - - OBITUARIES -

Bradley M. Fox of Gil­bertsville, a five-year vet­eran Ply­mouth Town­ship Po­lice lf­fi­cer, Badge #178, was trag­i­cally killed in the line of duty on Thurs­day, Sept. 13, 2012, the eve of his 35th birthday.

He was the beloved hus­band of Lyn­say (Mat­tozzi); the lov­ing fa­ther of Kadence, as well as a child due in March; the lov­ing son of Thomas g. and Kathy Lynn Fox; brother of games W. (Melissa); grand­son of Wil­liam and Betty Beans, He­len Fox, Mary sa­leri and Mil­i­cent Besso; son-in-law of Eileen P. and Mark Mat­tozzi; and brother-in-law of Brit­tany Mat­tozzi. Also sur­viv­ing are many aunts, un­cles and cousins.

Brad was a gifted hockey player, play­ing for The Glaciers, gu­nior Fly­ers and Wil­liam Ten­nent High School. He con­tin­ued to play and most re­cently played for the SLUGS and the Blue­lin­ers.

He was a SSgt. in the United States Marine Corps for 10 years and com­pleted two tours, 2003 in Iraq and 20052006 in Fal­lu­jah. He was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Achieve­ment Medal, Com­bat Ac­tion Rib­bon, Navy Pres­i­den­tial Unit Ci­ta­tion, Se­lected Marine Corp Re­serve (X3) Medal, Na­tional De­fense Ser­vice Medal, Iraq Cam­paign Medal, Global War on Ter­ror­ism Ex­pe­di­tionary Medal, Navy Sea Ser­vice De­ploy­ment Rib­bon and The Armed Forces Re­serve Medal.

Brad was a five-year vet­eran of the Ply­mouth Town­ship Po­lice Depart­ment and re­cently grad­u­ated from the Philadel­phia Po­lice Ca­nine Academy with his part­ner, Nick (a Bel­gian Mali­nois). He was awarded sev­eral ci­ta­tions for Ser­vice, Brav­ery and salor.

The Fox fam­ily re­quests that you take a mo­ment to re­flect on Brad’s life and how he may have touched your life. It is im­por­tant for them to hear your sto­ries so please take the time to share your mem­o­ries of Brad with them. ‘Lov­ing Mem­ory Cards’ will be made avail­able for ev­ery­one at the funeral home so that the fam­ily can read them at a later date.

A funeral Mass was cel­e­brated Sept. 20 at Epiphany of lur Lord Church, 3050 Wal­ton Road, Ply­mouth Meet­ing, PA 19462. In­ter­ment was in Wash­ing­ton Cross­ing Na­tional Ceme­tery.

In lieu of flow­ers, memo­rial con­tri­bu­tions made in Brad’s mem­ory to the Fox Chil­dren’s Fund, cLo Con­ti­nen­tal Bank, 661 Ger­man­town Pike, Ply­mouth Meet­ing, PA 19462, would be ap­pre­ci­ated by his fam­ily.

Boyd-Hor­rox-Givnish, Nor­ris­town, Pa.

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