Fox Packaging mourns EVP Craig Fox
Craig Fox, executive vice president at Fox Packaging, died Wednesday, Feb. 1 after a tenacious battle with brain cancer. He was 62.
Celebrated for his vigor and enthusiasm, Mr. Fox, alongside his family, pioneered packaging solutions that have greatly and positively impacted the fresh produce industry.
With great respect toward agriculture and a dedication to industry relationships, Mr. Fox served the produce industry for over four decades. After graduating from Texas Christian University, he joined his father, Kenneth Fox, and his brother, L. Keith Fox, in 1982 as a sales executive with the focus of building strong customer relationships and expanding territories across the country.
Mr. Fox was undeniably dedicated in his service to his customers. His career centered around bringing a personal approach toward partnership, always emphasizing that the concerns of our customers were also the concerns of Fox Packaging. Mr. Fox’s individual boldness won both the trust and friendship of brand owners; his charisma made him a beloved industry figure whose charm was directly reflected in the growth of the organization.
Mr. Fox is survived by his wife, Nyssa; daughter, Ashlee; and two sons, Jacob and Dylan, both who continue his legacy within the organization; and four grandchildren.