Norwood Pierce "Buck" Fox
Norwood Pierce “Buck” Fox, 88, of Port Arthur, died Friday, February 12, 2021. He was born August 10, 1932, in Beaumont, to Mary Sue Barron Fox and William Benjamin Fox.
Buck was a United States Army veteran. He was an adventurous outdoorsman that enjoyed golfing, hunting, fishing, and crabbing. He especially loved to travel and spend time at the beach. Above all else, Buck loved his daughters. He will be remembered for being the kind of man that was always willing to help others.
Survivors include his daughters, Terri Fox Nelson and husband, David, of Beaumont; Tracy Fox Mistrot and husband, Bobby, of Crystal Beach; and Tami Fox Nunez and husband, Steve, of Nederland; grandchildren, Katherine; Elizabeth; Ashley; Patrick; Bucky; Houston; Larry; Cary; and Julian; great-grandchildren, Mae; Tessa; Nolan; Austin; Andrew; Grace; Aiya; Alyjah; Eric; Killian; Carson; Jordi; and Benji; sister, Joann Miller, of Houston; and his children’s mother, Dorothy Fox.
He is preceded in death by his parents.
Cremation arrangements for Mr. Fox will be handled through Broussard’s Crematorium, Beaumont, under the direction of Broussard’s, 505 North 12th Street, Nederland.
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Broussard's Mortuary - Nederland, TX
Broussard's Mortuary - Nederland, TX
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Monk and Helen Allen
He was a true friend to me and I will miss him. After my heart surgery he visited me every day to check on me and keep me company. After he moved I kept asking him his new address so we could visit him and he always said Iâ€™m not hard to find I can see Walmart from here. Please text me and let me know what happened to him. Loved this man
Paul and Linda Suddath
We send our deepest condolences in the loss of your Dad and Grandad....we considered Buck to be a dear friend always....he will be missed by all....cherish your memories.
Love and prayers for you Terri and your entire family.
Lynne Gilliam Bordeaux
My condolences to All if Buck's family. He rests now in the Peace of our Lord. I remember a kind and handsome man who loved his girls. Lynne Gilliam Bordeaux
Thoughts and prayers to your family. Many great memories with the Fox family . Know that many prayers are offered for your family and Buck. Love Mary
Sending prayers to you all for your loss. May he rest in peace.
So sorry to hear about Bucks passing. I enjoyed his visits to the bank. Prayers for all the family
Terri, Tracy, Tami, I am so sorry to hear that your dad Mr. Fox has passed away. I really enjoyed getting to know him over the last several years during his many visits to the office to check on Terri. My sincere condolences to you all and your mom Dorothy.
Terri, Tracy and Tami...my thoughts and prayers are with you all. Hold on to the good memories. I love you all!â¤ï¸
Rip Mr Bucky Fox I'll always remember you
So sad and sorry for your loss of Buck. He was a good friend . My prayers and thoughts to Tracy, Terri, and Tammy and the entire family. at this sad time,, Rest In Peace Buck!
JoAnne Brackett Gruter
Prayers for you and your family Terri. I know your Dad will be missed terribly
So sorry for your loss praying for you and your family Love ya, Melody, Rodney, Kevin and Seth
Bob & Brenda Taylor
Buck, you are truly missed. I enjoyed our visits so much. Condolences to the family.
Tom & Lisa Shoup
We are so sorry to hear about Buck paying away. He was a good friend and helped us very much. He will be missed very much and thought of often.
We are so sadden to lose our best friend. We have had a lot of wonderful memories. May God bless you and your family. Just know he was loved.
Brenda Davis Fairchild
Dorothy, Terri, Tracy and Tammy - I have such fond memories of Bucky and your whole family. He was always smiling. As a kid I remember that he was my dad's fun friend. My whole family loved him. I remember that Bucky could talk like Donald Duck. I thought that was the greatest thing ever. We will all miss him. Love, Brenda Davis Fairchild My whole family sends their love and prayers. Charlotte Davis, Dannny and Carla Davis, Pam Davis Lovoi and Joe Lovoi, Brenda and Max Fairchild