Lawrence N. Fox

January 15, 1944May 9, 2021

Lawrence Norman Fox, 77, of Stoughton, MA passed away peacefully on Sunday, May 9, 2021, surrounded by his family at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.

Larry was born on January 15th, 1944 to Ruth (Moskowitz) Fox and Abraham Fox in Cambridge, MA. He grew up in Milton and graduated from Northeastern University. Larry married Linda Anne Goldstein on May 19, 1968. He had a long and very successful career as a CPA.

Larry was extensively involved at Ahavath Torah Congregation in the Brotherhood and as the Temple President from 1982 to 1984. He was a longtime member of the Knights of Pythias, recently having been elected the Knights of Pythias Grand Treasurer. And, he spent several years supporting the Stoughton High School Music Department and Parents of Performing Students (POPS).

Larry loved golfing and playing card with his friends, and traveling with Linda to places such as Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Russia, just to name a few. They also enjoyed vacationing in Aruba.

Larry is survived by his two sons Aaron (Shari) and Jonathan (Sheila), three grandchildren Cooper, Rebecca, and Renee, twin sister Barbara (Miles) Hisiger, brother Steven (Leslie) Fox, nieces, nephews, and extended families. Larry was a loving father, husband, Papa and friend.

A special thank you to all the nurses and doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital for their loving care and support during the last three years while he was in and out of the hospital battling various health issues.

Funeral services will be held at Ahavath Torah Congregation, 1179 Central Street, Stoughton, MA 02072 on Tuesday May 11th at 1:00 pm, followed by burial services at Sharon Memorial Park, 40 Dedham Street, Sharon, MA 02067 at 2:00 pm.

Services will be livestreamed at


  • Funeral Services Will be Livestreamed

    Tuesday, May 11, 2021



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Jane O’Neill

May 24, 2021

My condolences to the family. I worked with Larry at Grand Circle.
I also knew your mother Linda. They were such a great couple and so much fun to be with. Shared many fun memories at Grand Circle with Larry as well. They were so proud of their family.

Sheryl Savage

May 11, 2021

My deepest condolences to the family. Linda and Larry were a special couple whose company I particularly enjoyed during the High Holiday services every year at ATC. We always sat at the back of the shul together to observe everything. Linda and I both enjoyed wearing hats and we looked forward to seeing each other’s annual pick. My late husband Jerry was busy ushering, but he would always come back to our row to chat and occasionally sit. I have beautiful memories of those times and the joy we all shared with one another. They will always be remembered by those whose lives they touched so beautifully. ❤️