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Doyle Damian Fox born July 23, 1953 in Girard Kansas to Harold Anthony Fox and Gladys Marie Fox.  Doyle went to be with the Lord the early morning of December 11, 2018 in Kingman, Arizona at Kingman Regional Medical Center from an undetermined amount of time from complications of lung cancer. He was surrounded by his sister Laura Kay, his niece Catherine and great niece Celine with many family and friends sending love and prayers.

Doyle was a jack of all trades and a master of none, spending most of his life traveling the states through many modes of transportation, hitchhiking, motorcycle, car, RV sometimes camping along side the road or camp ground.  Never staying in one place for very long, a free spirit who lived by his own rules, but he always tried to remain in contact with family even for a short spell.  He has spent the better part of about 15-18 years in Kingman, Ariz., and meeting many people and making friends along the way.  He was recently working as a custodian for the Kingman school district at Hualapai Elementary at the time of his death with many sad to hear of his passing. 

He is survived by three children that he loved dearly; Charity Fox-Harreld (Adam) of San Diego, Calif., Jesse Fox of Mason City, Iowa, Enoch Fox of Iowa, and two grandchildren Spencer and Kayden, a brother Terrence Harold Fox of Raytown, MO, several sisters Elizabeth Jean Fager of Belton, MO, Patricia Marie Dinwiddie of Yuma, Ariz., Sheila Gladys Sawyer of Kansas City, MO and Laura Catherine Fox of Kingman, Ariz.,  and many, many nieces and nephews.  

He is preceded in death by his mother Gladys Marie Fox and father Harold Anthony Fox, brothers Bruce Rodney Fox, Douglas Anthony Fox, and Theodore John Westhoff; brothers in law; Richard Fager and Donald Dinwiddie.  

Memorial services scheduled for December 27, at 6 p.m. at Hilltop Four Square Church, 2215 E Emerson Kingman.

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