Henry L. Fox, age 77, of the Kentucky Hill Community of Whitley County, Kentucky, passed away Sunday afternoon, March 3, 2024, at his home.

Henry was born on February 7, 1947, to the late Newman Fox and Pearl (Holt) Fox in Jellico.  His paternal grandparents were the late Henry Fox and Molly (Fuson) Fox.  His maternal grandparents were the late Lee Holt and Millie (Delk) Holt.

In addition to his parents and grandparents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Arizona Fox; sons, Hershel, David, Eugene, and baby Greg Lawson; granddaughter, LaShanna Michelle Hale; grandson, Gregory Lawson; three brothers, Troy Fox, Charlie Fox, and infant, Frankie; two sisters, Ramona Church and Kathy Partin; son-in-law, Buck Hamblin; and three brothers-in-law, Roger Oliver, Carl Musick, and Eddie Grayson.

He is survived by his children, Shannon Hamblin, of Williamsburg, KY, Sherry Hale, and husband Darrell, of London, KY, and Robin Fox, of Florida, Billie Sue Daugherty, and son, David Richardson; grandchildren, Jeffery Allan Hill, Trey Harp, Darrell Hale, Jr., Felix Hale, Bobby and Jamie Richardson, Raven and Alexandria Harp, Precious F. Hale, Christie Mills, Jessica Wagers, Phoenix Fox, and David Richardson; several great-grandchildren, three brothers, Shelby Fox, and wife, June, of Jellico, Ronnie Fox, of Williamsburg, KY, and Rocky Fox, and wife Diane, of Marion, Ohio; five sisters, Shirley Oliver, of Charles Town, Indiana, Bonnie Musick, of Jellico, Irene Musick, and husband, Arnold, of Jellico, Barbara Grayson, of Jellico, and Freda Leach, and husband, Eddy, of Williamsburg, KY; caregivers: brother-in-law, Bill Partin, and niece, Misty Partin; special bond with Emma; special friends, Dave Davis, Zack Bray, and Sherry Faye Massey; long-time companion, Sue Richardson, of Kentucky Hill; several nephews and nieces; numerous great-nephews and great-nieces, and a host of friends, neighbors, and other relatives to mourn his passing.

The family will receive friends for visitation on Saturday evening, March 9, 2024, from 6:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. at the Cox & Son Funeral Home Chapel.

A Celebration of Life will immediately follow on Saturday evening, March 9, 2024, at 7:00 p.m. with Mr. Dave Davis officiating.  “Henry loved everyone and wanted everyone to love each other.”

Cox & Son Funeral Home of Jellico is in charge of all arrangements.

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