Patricia S. Fox

March 9th, 1937 to January 20th, 2011

Patricia S. Fox went home to be with the Lord

Thursday morning January 20th at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit with

her loving husband Eugene at her side. She was born March 9, 1937 in

Port Huron and was granted a new chance at life on February 9, 2010

when she received a liver transplant. Her immediate family is eternally

grateful for the gift of life she recieved from her organ donor, words

will never be able to express our gratitude. Mrs. Fox is survived by

her husband of 54 years Eugene Fox, sons Douglas and his wife Debbra of

Clarkston, MI, Steven and his wife Julie of Ridgway, PA and her

daughter Lisa O'Brien of Port Huron. Her grandchildren, Joshua Fox, Ian

Fox, Karen Fox, Jenna Fox and Patrick O'Brien will long remember and

dearly miss their Grandmother's sharp and witty sense of humor. She is

also survived by her nieces and nephews Judy, Shelley, Michael, Kevin,

Jeff, Karen and Sherry. Sister-in-Law Betty (Arthur) Lewandowski; Life

long friends including Bill and Leanne Roberts, Tom and Judy Stockman

and special friends Jorn and Lillian Hansen of Horsholm, Denmark. Thank

you to the old "Park Street Gang" (you know who you are) for all of the

support It meant so much to Patsy during her struggle and her family is

forever grateful to you all. Patsy was born to Vincent and Marie Dazer

and she joins them in heaven along with her younger brother Tommy Dazer

who left us way too early, her older brother Dick Dazer who she shared

a special bond with, and her big sister Betty Farr who she loved dearly

and was so similar to in so many ways. We take great comfort in knowing

that they are all together again and can imagine the joyous reunion

they are having. We wish to acknowledge Henry Ford Hospital and Marwood

Nursing and Rehab for the wonderful care provided to Pat during her

extended illness. Funeral services will be 10a.m. Monday in St. Stephen

Catholic Church. The Rev. Brian K. Cokonougher will officiate. Burial

will follow in Mt. Hope Cemetery. Visiting hours are 5-9 p.m. Saturday,

2-9 p.m. Sunday in the Karrer-Simpson Funeral Home and 9 am Monday at

the church. A rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Sunday evening.

Pallbearers will be Patricia's sons Douglas and Steven; grandchildren

Joshua, Jenna and Patrick and longtime family friend Tom Thiele. For

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