Kevin Fox, son of Ralph C. and Barbara R. Fox, died December 24, 2023. He was born February 14, 1951 in Lincoln Nebraska.
Kevin graduated from Lincoln High School where he excelled in math and choral music. Singing and music were a lifelong passion. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from the University of Nebraska Lincoln. He was a member of Tau Beta Pi, the honor society for scholastic excellence and integrity. He was co-chairman of E-Week featuring ecology and historic preservation, an interest he carried on for life.
Later he received a masters degree in Educational Psychology and was a licensed mental health practitioner. His work in the masters program focused on positive treatment of adolescents. He was the founding director of T.O.A.D. H.A.L.L. (teens off alcohol and drugs happy and less lonely.) The facility received national attention.
In 1993, he cofounded Antlers Center, a family oriented treatment center, and in 2001 was awarded the Herb Lingren International Award for ‘Building Strong Families’. Later, Kevin worked for LPS as a bus operator until he retired in 2016.
Kevin was a member of Sacred Winds United Methodist Church. He was an Elder with the Native American Church. He was proud of his French Canadian roots and Indigenous heritage on his father’s side.
Kevin was preceded in death by his parents Ralph and Barbara Fox, his grandparents Leo and Hazel Rehberg and Howard and Mary Fox.
Kevin is survived by his sister Paige Namuth and brother in law Ron Namuth, his three nieces Lettie Van Hemert, Elizabeth Namuth- Hopkins, and Ashley Namuth, and step daughter Gabrielle A. Lodl.
Memorial services will be held at a later date to be announced.
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