Thomas Fox

Died: Mon., Dec. 15, 2014


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In loving memory of
Thomas (Tomma), Martin Fox
March 6th, 1932 – December 15th, 2014

Tomma began his Spirit Journey surrounded by his family at the Manitoulin Health Center, Little Current at the age of 82.  
Dearly beloved husband to Angeline (Aazhen) Fox (predeceased).
Cherished father to Ronald (Carol), Richard “Frenchie” (predeceased), Loretta Assinewai-Plume (Russell, predeceased), Bobby, Lorraine (Ronald Recollet), Linda Kaboni (Gerry),
Wayne Jr. (Debbie), Hazel Fox-Recollet (Marcel Recollet),
Lori Ann and Rodney (Deborah).
Dear Grandfather to Angelina (Johnny), Ricky (Natashia),
Stephanie (Ray), Shannon (James), Shelly, Todd (Nicole), Diane, Maigan (Ronald), Adam (Mary), Jesse (Sarah), Destinee, Monte, Rodney (Nicole), Andrew, Tommi-Lee (Teresa), Aurel, Mel,
Zachary, Austin (Jade), Masyn, Logan and Emily.
Special Grandpa to Steven (Kelsie) and Lyndon.
Strong and admired Great Grandfather to 21 great grandchildren and one special great-great grandchild.  As he would say to his grand-kids “all done”.  Bapaa received his Anishnaabe noozwin “E’mshko Gaa Bwid” through prayer to prepare for his journey home.  His stature to his family is significant of his name received “the one that Stands Strong”.  
Beloved son to the late Josephine (nee Osawabine) and John Fox Jr. and son-in-law to the late David and Anna (nee Trudeau) Roy.
Loving brother to Edward Fox (Dorothy), Mary Fox and Helen Jacko.  Predeceased by siblings Marguerite Wassegijig (Lawrence), Paul Fox (Margaret), Dominic Fox (Agnes), Lloyd Fox and Ida Fox.  Special brother- in-law to Doris Clausen (Harold) and the late Alice Wassegijig (Valentine) and Alphonse Roy both predeceased.
Loved Zhiishen to many nieces and nephews and
Godfather to Rozina Brass (nee Wemigwans), Thomas Roy,
Jennifer Oshkabewisens, Dorothy Wassegijig-Kennedy,
and Paul “the bear” Fox Jr.
Thomas worked as a Skidder Operator for E. B. Eddy Forest Products Limited, Forestry Division, for 39 years (1957 – 1997).
He was proud and shared it with his family that he was one of
the KVP bucksaw champions.
In his younger days, Bapaa was an avid baseball player and enjoyed watching baseball on the television in the comfort of his home.  After years of dedicated service with EB Eddy, Thomas and his wife enjoyed travelling afar to visit with family which often included an evening of playing Bingo which became one of his favourite past times.  He would often be seen at the Wiky arena dabbing.
Thomas and his wife worked very hard to provide for their family. They built their first home together which became “home sweet home” to their cherished grandchildren and the perfect gathering place for family. Many birthdays were celebrated at Mamaa and Bapaa’s.
He enjoyed sharing countless stories with his children and grandchildren, recanting life experiences and laughter, sharing of family ties and history. He taught his family what it meant to work hard, to be generous and to take care of your family.

Special visitation at his home residence located at 1379 Kaboni Road, Wikwemikong on Tuesday with visitation also on Wednesday and Thurday at St. Anthony Daniel Church.
Funeral Service Friday, December 19, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. also at
St. Anthony Daniel Church in Kaboni. Interment at the
Kaboni Cemetery. Funeral Arrangements entrusted to the
Island Funeral Home.

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Sue-Ann Oshkabewisens
   Posted Wed December 17, 2014
My love and strength to the family during this difficult time. Zaagin

Hazel
   Posted Wed April 22, 2015
Dearest Sweet Daddy: Loving you forever and missing you greatly.

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