MSgt. Jerome Joseph Fox “Jerry”, 60, passed away at home January 11th.
Jerry was born October 12, 1961 in Allentown PA. He is survived by his wife of 37 years ChaOk Fox and two sons ChinU and Alex. Son of the late James Joseph Fox and Helen Mlynek, Brother to Jamie, Rick, Bob, Tom, and Susan.
Jerry served 22 years of outstanding service to the United States Air Force. Elisworth, Kunsan, Taegu,, George, Grand Forks, Lakenheath, are some of the other Air Force Bases Jerry was stationed at. Eventually retiring here at Little Rock Air Force Base, Jerry worked for the CSTP program at Camp Robinson.
He was an amazing husband, father, brother, and uncle. Always doing the right thing and leading by example. Jerry had one of the most amazing hearts, a bit of a joker always tried to make those around him smile. He will be missed dearly, and the world needs more people like Jerome Joseph Fox.
Services will be held at on Wednesday, January 26, 2022 at 11:00am at Korean Baptist Church of Arkansas located at Korean First Baptist Church of Arkansas, 323 W. Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076. 501-982-2782.
Arrangements entrusted to A Natural State Funeral Service. 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas 72076. 501-982-3400.
God bless you Jerry. Rest In Peace.
Gone too soon. May he rest in peace.
I remember talking with MSgt. Fox a few times. I didn’t know him well, but he was always cheerful and very respectful. Soory for your loss.
Fox was a great guy. Served with him here at Little Rock. Very smart, humorous, always helping people. One of the few I really enjoyed being around. RIP Brother.
Truly a remarkable man. His happiness was boundless, spread unto others. Very blessed and honored to have met a great man.
Thank you Jerry, for the service you gave for your country. May you rest in peace. Thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time. ❤️🙏
I was stationed with Jerry at Kunsan AB in the 90’s. We worked together and played together, both pretty hard. My wife and I were friends of he and his wife.
I don’t know of anyone that met Jerry and didn’t admire his attitude and love to work with him. I am proud to have served with him!
For his family and those closest to Jerry, I pray that the peace and contentment that only our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ can provide, be with you in your time of pain.
Was a pleasure working with you Jerry! Rest In Peace my friend!
You were a good friend and mentor, no doubt you carried that over into retired life. Thanks for all the good memories