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Brian Fox Obituary-Death News; Managing Partner of Phillip Martin Talent Advisors, Brian Fox Passes Away

Brian Fox Obituary-Death News; Managing Partner of Phillip Martin Talent Advisors, Brian Fox Passes Away

Brian Oise On November 3, 2023, a Friday, Paul Fox went to God. He was born to Nolan and Gloria Fox on December 21, 1960, in Twin Falls, Idaho.

Up until the family relocated to Boise in 1969, he attended Lincoln Elementary in Twin Falls. He attended Ustick School, Lowell Scott Middle School, and Meridian High School, where he graduated in 1979, making a lot of friends there.

He started customizing vans at The Van Factory in Garden City after graduating from high school. His passion for vehicles began with this. Later, he worked for Walker and Fox Masonry, Inc., the family firm that his father founded in 1969.

He didn’t back down from a challenge, and after purchasing the company in 2013, he ran it profitably in the Boise valley for more than ten years. With the industry colleagues with whom he came into contact, he became close friends.

In 2003, he wed Suzanne Hawbaker, and ChloeAnne Gloria was born into this union. Later, he got divorced from Suzi. The best part of his life was Chloe. He was ecstatic about her.

He had a childhood fascination with fast motorcycles and Chevy hot rods. His 1967 Chevrolet Nova was one of his most valuable items. You could hear it from blocks away, so you’d know when he was coming over for supper! His credo was “the faster, the better.” Bruce used to make fun of him by saying that if the Nova had a Blue Oval on it, it would move faster!

During his early years, his mother used to give him a 30-minute head start over other family members since he would frequently arrive late for events. as a while, though, when mom gave him the start time, he began to inquire, “What time is everyone else showing up?” as he realized that the other family members were arriving later than him.

He enjoyed going fishing, hunting, and camping. One of his loves was riding dirt bikes with Bruce and his relatives on difficult trails—sometimes even blazing his own—during family camping excursions.

He cherished riding his dirt bike around Willow Creek and Iron Mountain. The mountains served as his retreat. He would frequently bring Cornish hens on camping trips, to cook over a campfire on one of his handmade spits. Every fall, he liked and was successful in pursuing elk. He had two elk that were in the Boone and Crocket Clubs.

Words fall short of expressing our grief for your loss, as we mourn with family and friends for this great loss. We are truly sorry to hear of the loss of this promising being. Please accept our condolences, and may our prayers help comfort you. Please accept our heartfelt condolences.