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Alice Fox

Alice Faye Fox

Sunday, December 31st, 1944 - Friday, August 14th, 2020
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Alice Faye Fox (Harper), 75 of Alexandria, Virginia passed away peacefully while surrounded by both of her loving daughters at Fox Trail Assisted Living in Stephens City, Virginia on Friday, August 14, 2020. She was born December 1944 in Alexandria, Virginia to John C. Harper and Marjorie E. Harper who proceeded her in death.

Faye was proud to drive a school bus for Fairfax County Public Schools for 44 years. She enjoyed going to thrift stores, watching the Hallmark Channel, listening to Queen and spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren. She was a member of Accotink United Methodist Church, Ft. Belvoir, VA.

Faye joins her beloved youngest daughter, Lori Hickman, in Heaven. She is survived by her sister Marjorie Simms, her daughters Tammy Fox and Pamela Brill, her son-in-law Wes Brill, her grandchildren Meagan Lohin and husband Dan Lohin, Taylor DeFrees, Jessica Hickman, Benjamin Brill, and her two great grandchildren Zach and Andy Lohin.

A private memorial service will be held and a graveside service to be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, a donation can be made to the www.theellacrisfoundation.org. The EllaCris Womens Foundation was established to create public awareness and to promote early detection of ovarian cancer.
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Pixie Short

Posted at 01:50pm
My deepest sympathy to the Fox, Harper and Simms families. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Remember you now have a “ Angel” watching over you. Rest In Peace Fay, until we meet again.
 
TD

Tammy DeFrees Posted at 06:06pm

Thank so much
GT

Glenn M. Taubman

Posted at 08:02pm
My condolences go to my dear friend Tammy and the entire Fox family. May God give all of you strength and comfort as you go forward. And may you all have strength and comfort from your good memories of your mother/grandmother/great grandmother.
 
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Tammy DeFrees Posted at 06:07pm

Thank you for your kind words. Yes know you always enjoyed “the Fox” girls stories.
 
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Tammy DeFrees Posted at 06:07pm

Thank you for your kind words. Yes know you always enjoyed “the Fox” girls stories.
MJ

Marsha Jackson

Posted at 12:30pm
I don’t know where to start you and your family has known us back to when you and our daddy grew up on Buelah Rd and as a teenager you were a big part of my life never forgetting the joy rides and walks to 7-11 for you Pepsi and ceds 🤣 You met my little tooty as a toddler and I was blessed for you to meet my grandson and to set and enjoy a few laughs together I love you Faye and I thank God for blessing me with you in my life One sweet day we WILL meet again RIP and dance with the angels
Love Marsha L Sacra
DA

Deborah L Amonick

Posted at 12:17am
I am at a loss. Faye was an incredible woman who has gone through so much in her life. I met Fay when I went to her home to do a ride-along. She came out of her house and told me to get out of her yard. After telling her who I was she welcomed me on her bus. We became instant friends. My heart is broken. Fly high my friend. Until we meet again RIP.
VT

Virginia TRZICAK

Posted at 11:08pm
Faye was a great lady. My first time driving the bus for Edison High School, she made me feel like family.
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