Bradley M. Fox
Bradley M. “Brad” Fox, a 5-year veteran Plymouth 7RwnVKLS SROLFH RIfiFHU, Badge No. 178, was tragically killed in the line of duty on Sept. 13, 2012, the eve of his 35th birthday.
He was the beloved husband of Lynsay (nee Mattozzi), loving father of Kadence as well as a child due in March; loving son of Thomas J. and Kathy Lynn Fox; brother best man of James W. (Melissa); grandson of William and Betty Beans, Helen Fox, Mary Valeri 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, Junior Flyers and William Tennent High School. He continued to play and most recently played for the SLUGS and the Blueliners. He was a staff sergeant 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 (u3) 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 5-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 valor.
Relatives, friends, police DnG DOO fiUVW UHVSRnGHUV wHUH invited to share in Brad’s life celebration Tuesday from 5 to 7 p.m. and Wednesday from 7 to 10:30 a.m., followed by his funeral Mass at 11 a.m. at Epiphany of Our Lord Church, 3050 Walton Road, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462. Interment at Washington Crossing National Cemetery.
,n OLHX RI flRwHUV, PHPRrial contributions in Brad’s memory to the Fox Children’s Fund, c/o Continental Bank, 661 Germantown Pike, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462, would be appreciated by his family. Family service by Boyd-Horrox-Givnish, 200 West Germantown Pike, Norristown, Pa. To share your fondest memory of Brad, please visit www.lifecelebration.com.
Sentiments The Fox family requests that you take a moment to UHflHFW Rn BUDG’V OLIH DnG 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.
Bradley M. Fox