1937 – 2014
BRIDGTON — Frederick C. Fox, 76, of Slab City Road in Lovell, died Sunday, Oct. 5, at Bridgton Hospital.
He was born in Lovell on Oct. 29, 1937, a son of Charles and Iva Kendall Fox, attended Lovell schools and graduated from Fryeburg Academy.
Frederick had been employed at Gerry Lumber in Lovell and A.C. Lawrence in South Paris. He later worked as a caretaker with Fox Brothers in Stoneham.
He loved to travel, read history books, tell stories and hunt. His historical knowledge of Lovell and the area was unsurpassed, remembering facts and details others could no longer recall.
He was an original founder and assistant chief of the Stoneham Fire Department and a lifetime member of the Lovell Volunteer Fire Department. He was a member of the Western Maine Fireman’s Association and the Stoneham Knight Riders Snowmobile Club.
He was predeceased by his mother and father.
He is survived by his longtime companion, Linda Hatch, of Norway; two sisters, Linda Allen of Lovell and Rosemary Fox of Mason; five brothers, Paul Fox of Monmouth, Albert Fox and his wife, Mary, and Peter Fox and his wife, Cindy, all of Stoneham, Larry Fox and his wife, Bonnie, and Stephen Fox and his wife, Susan, all of Lovell; and many nieces and nephews.