George Fox was Born on October 5, 1955 in Enfield N.C, to the late Joseph W. Fox & Annie Mitchell Fox. On Saturday June 11, 2022, he answered the call of our Heavenly Father and entered into his eternal rest.\n\nGeorge received his education in the public school system of Halifax County at the Inborden school. Then after moving to Washington, DC., he graduated from Cardozo High School in the top 10% in his class, was also a member of the “National Honors Society”, and he received an Associates Degree in Architectural Engineering at UDC. \nGeorge was always a hard worker and had jobs in various fields which include Exxon, GCI, Georgetown University Hospital, Washington Hospital Center, and his most recent place of employment, The National Archives. \n\nGeorge was loving, caring, humorous, laid back, had a heart of gold, and was a “Jack of all Trades”. He loved photography, Playing piano, working on cars, Cooking and baking, (where he made a reputation for his famous “Banana Pudding”), planting, gardening, and Blackjack!\n\nGeorge leaves to cherish his memories, His two sons, Ira Fox, and Marlon Fox (Tonyce) ;Grandkids, Keontay, Kyree, Monyce, Marlon jr, Amari, and Marley Fox; Sisters, Dorothy Harrison, Carolyn Vinson, Vernell Fox, Annie I. Harrison, Rebecca Fox; Brothers, Johnnie R. Fox, and Glen Fox; Beloved nephews, nieces; and a host of family, friends.\n George was preceded In death by his 3 brothers, Joseph W. Fox jr., Cornelius Fox, Carl M. Fox; and sister, Mary E. Fox Carter.