Leo P. Gallagher & Son Funeral Home

2900 Summer Street, Stamford, CT


Edward C. Fox Jr.

December 21, 1946September 10, 2020

Edward C Fox Jr., longtime resident of Stamford, passed away peacefully on September 10th at Stamford Hospital with his family by his side. He was 73. Born in Waterbury in 1946, he was the son of Edward C Fox Sr. and Alice Fox (Geiger). He graduated from W. F. Kaynor Technical High School in 1966. After High School he joined the Navy and served his country proudly for 4 years. He was stationed on the U.S.S. Boxer, and the U.S.S. Guadalcanal. After serving he worked at Perkin Elmer and Peabody Engineering prior to his 30+ year career with SNET/AT&T.

Once retired in 2009 he enjoyed teaching electrical theory at J.M. Wright Technical High School. He was a proud grandfather with impressive pool maintenance skills and an ability to fix anything. When he was not enjoying watching his grandchildren or reading a book he was travelling the world. He had an insatiable thirst for knowledge and was always able to provide an answer or researched one for you.

He is survived by his wife of 51 years Pamela Bongo Fox, and children Edward C. Fox III and his wife Joan of Arizona, Joseph Fox and his wife Renee of Redding, Amy Fox Balzarano and husband Marc of Stamford and a brother Jim Fox of South Lake Tahoe, CA. He had 5 grandchildren, Tracy and Marc Balzarano, Emma and Briana Fox and Douglas Avann. He was predeceased by his parents, a brother Thomas and a sister Brenda.

Calling hours are Wednesday September 16th from 4:00 – 8:00 PM at Leo P. Gallagher & Son Funeral Home on 2900 Summer Street in Stamford, CT.

In lieu of flowers, please consider making a memorial donation to the Ferguson Library in honor of his love for books and learning.


  • Calling Hours

    Wednesday, September 16, 2020

  • Military Honors

    Wednesday, September 16, 2020


Edward C. Fox Jr.

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Andrew Chariott

September 19, 2020

Ed You were a very nice guy we worked together for about 20 years we had a good time and laughed a lot we became good friends and spent a lot of time together. I’m So Sorry to hear about your passing. I wish your family the best and they will miss you greatly.

John Cloonan

September 16, 2020

Having coffee with Ed and some of the guys, Friday’s, at Wilton DD

Peter Layman

September 16, 2020

Ed was one of the first persons I met when I joined SNET. He was a pleasure to know from those first days on the job to meeting weekly for coffee the last few years. Remember playing golf with Ed at Hubbard Heights G.C.. He made one of the most most incredible shots I ever witnessed; an eagle 2 on the 7th hole par 4. 150 yds over the water, ball hit the green, kicked sideways and into the cup. Going to miss you Ed.

Glenn kalata

September 15, 2020

When Ed started at SNET, he rode with me for a bit, I was told to "train" him! At that time I had a year or two in the company! As it turned out, Ed "trained" me and we had some great fun. I did however show Ed where the best breakfast place was! RIP

Bob LeMay

September 14, 2020

Ed, thank for the thousand of laughs we shared together, I enjoyed our friendships and challenges we experienced over many years together, I will miss you my friend! Love to Pam and the kids!

Kathleen Phee

September 13, 2020

Rest In Peace my Friend , worked as an MA with Ed on the other end of the phone for 25 years , always pleasant , always was happy to help me with what stocks were hot . Lots of laughs , Heaven must have needed another angel 😇. Rest Easy Ed 🙏🏼

Debbie Guarnieri

September 13, 2020

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I worked with Ed in the 1980’s at SNET. He was such a nice man and always made us laugh! My deepest condolences to the family. Rest easy my friend.

El Nazario

September 12, 2020

Fox had the best sense of humor. We worked together when i first started with SNET. I remember when we worked late, the boys used to call him to tell him that they were still hungry and they were looking at his dinner plate in the kitchen. The next day he complained that they ate most of his food. I also remember his love for Cupcake the dog. I have lasting memories of his laughter and his ability to say the funniest things just at the right time. I really enjoyed his friendship and his company. My condolences to Pam, Amy, Joe and Ed lll.

Ron Kelley

September 12, 2020

Dear Fox family. My condolences for your loss. I was so sorry to hear about Eddie. We worked together at SNET for years. I was always happy to have him stop by the CO with a Dunkin Donuts Coffee, and share some amusing stories about work or life or the subject of the day. When I moved out west we kept in touch through Facebook and some phone calls, we commiserated about having cancer and traded war stories about treatment. Mostly we exchanged barbs and joked. Ed had a great sense of humor. I will miss that.
Peace be with all of you.
Ron Kelley

John Collins

September 12, 2020

I'm very sorry to hear of Ed's passing. I spent most of my telecom career working with him. God Bless Ed's family in their time of grief.

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