McAllen, Texas-based Fox Packaging shared in a recent press release about the death of EVP Craig Fox on Feb. 1. He had been fighting brain cancer.
Fox worked alongside his family to pioneer packaging solutions for the fresh produce industry. He served the produce industry for more than 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.
His career centered around bringing a personal approach toward partnership, emphasizing that the concerns of customers were also the concerns of the company.
The company stated that “his 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…the Fox family and organization will forever hold Craig’s memory as a blessing.”
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be sent to Temple Emanuel General Fund – Craig S. Fox, 4300 North C St. in McAllen, TX, 78504.
To read his full obituary, visit legacy.com/craig-fox-obituary.
Fox Packaging is a family-owned and operated industry leader in developing and distributing flexible packaging solutions for fresh produce packers and shippers throughout North America and Latin America. It has spent the last five decades pioneering bag options that reduce product damage, showcase the beauty of the product and provide a foundation for branding and artwork. The company focuses on innovative and sustainable packaging, with a drive toward protecting fresh produce, communities and the environment.
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