Paula J. Fox

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  1. Bill, so sorry for your loss. I will keep Paula in my prayers. Also for you to have the strength you need at this time. Rich Burke (Cardinals)

  2. I am so sorry to hear about Paula. She was a great colleague and a wonderful person. You and your family are in our thoughts and Prayers. Tom & Jen Brennan

  3. Foxy, as I called her, was an incredible co-worker and friend. Our classrooms were connected by a door and I can’t tell you how many times we would pop our heads in to talk, or help each other. We had a lot of laughs. I was a new teacher and for 7 years I was lucky enough to have her there to help guide me. She was fun, energetic, super smart and creative. When she retired, she passed on many on her teaching tools to me. I’ll never forget that at the retirement party she jumped up and did a cartwheel! She always stood out and shined bright. I’m forever grateful to have worked with such a wonderful person. She touched the lives of so many and will be truly missed. Sending prayers to her family, who she spoke of often, always with a big smile. Rest in peace dear friend.

  4. I worked with Paula for 2 years before being transferred to Newfield HS. I always looked forward to seeing her bright and happy face. She was a pleasure to be with. Her personality and kindness was apparent. As a teacher re-entering my career, she was supportive and helpful. I know the students loved her as well. I am so sorry to hear the news. She touched so many lives in a positive way. God Bless her family in this time of sorrow.

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