Fulkerson - Stevenson Funeral Home It's all about saying goodbye. Springan - Stevenson Funeral Home
Fulkerson - Stevenson Funeral Home
Springan - Stevenson Funeral Home
It's all about saying goodbye.
Christopher John Fox
September 10, 1968 - February 4, 2018

Place of Birth: Watford City, ND
Residence: Mandaree, North Dakota
Age: 49

Christopher Fox, of Mandaree, ND, passed away on Sunday, February 4, 2018 in the New Sanford Health Hospital in Fargo, ND. His funeral arrangements are with Fulkerson Stevenson Funeral Home of Watford City.

Christopher John Fox “Buffalo Shedding Hair” (ixii-buxshguu-wash), member of the Prairie Chicken Clan, was born September 10, 1968 in Watford City, North Dakota. He was born to Belinda (Fox) Beston and Edward Danks.

Chris grew up in the Mandaree Community. He attended Mandaree Public School and graduated in 1988. He took part in Football, Basketball, Track & Field, high

school marching band and choir.
Chris married Pamela Nadeau on August 27, 2016. The union of their marriage brought the community together. Their vows were exchanged outside their home.

Christopher was known by several nicknames. His grandpa Guy Fox gave him his nickname “Frog Face” whom all his uncles and aunts called him. Janice Smith asked him what his name was when he was playing behind his grandmother’s home in Mandaree. He said “You can call me Stranger” We think he made his own nickname up for himself. Chris also gave his nieces and nephews nicknames.

He loved hunting, fishing and his favorite sports team, the Steelers. Chris was a dedicated Steelers fan since he was in grade school. He even named one of his dogs Steeler. His other dog’s name was Bettis. He loved getting any type of Steelers gear and wore it proudly. When the Steelers won he made it known his team won and was pleasant to everyone. BUT if the Steeler lost he never gave up hope and felt bad for a few days but got right back into his team winning the next game.

Chris was a man of humor, he loved to laugh and have a good conversation. Chris was always joking, telling jokes or playing a trick on someone. His heart was as big as they come. He always thought of others and made sure everyone was comfortable when around him. He always made it a point to check on his mother, aunts and uncles to see if he could help in anyway. He never forgot to call his mother or sisters on holidays and birthdays and at the end of each call was always “I Love you Very Much”.

Christopher is survived by: Wife Pamela Fox; Sisters, Nicole Beston- Mandaree, Tiny Baby Sister Britnee (Jeff) White- White Shield, Anna (Dean) Anderson- Cheyenne Wyoming, Ramona (Arne) Sorenson- New Town, Joan (Ben) Hecht- Denver Colorado; Brothers, Matthew (Amber) Danks – Mandan, Jake (Heidi) Danks- Minot; Sons, Tylen Fox & Jordan Fox; Step Children, Layne Longie, James Longie Wyatt Longie, AnDee Longie – Belcourt and Grandson Jordan Fox Jr. **All his groomsmen he held as very special friends in his heart.

He was preceded in death by his son, Garrett Jay Fox; Brother, Anthony Shane Fox; Maternal Grandparents, Guy and Grace Fox; Paternal grandfather, James Danks.

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Sherrie Gillette (New Town, ND)
Feb 6, 2018
I will not be able to make Chris. But I will be there in spirit. Rest in Pease.
Jude Fox (Mandaree, ND)
Feb 7, 2018
My big brother, forever way ahead of me, showing me the ways. Love you forever bro! Rest In Peace, Power & Harmony. Creator be with you.
Patricia Traversie, Juanita Two Hearts (Fargo , ND)
Feb 7, 2018
Sending **HUGS** and Prayers for Family and Friends ~ Cherish the memories ~ ????
Peggy A. Herz (Bismarck, North Dakota)
Feb 7, 2018
I pray the Creator will touch you, Chris's family, with his healing hand and give you the comfort and peace you need to get through the loss of your loved one. I will always remember Chris's smile and helpful ways.
Kevin Finley (New Town, ND)
Feb 7, 2018
CJ! Thanks lill’ Brother for being my friend unconditionally, you always made me feel like I was worth something and you taught me what humility is all about; you’re willingness to help and ask for nothing in return will he greatly missed by all who were graced by your presence and above all there’s a void in our lives, I’m gonna miss you my friend, I always felt secure around you and I knew that I could be myself around you. We’ll see you again frog face.
Caleb Birdbear (Edwinton, Nd)
Feb 8, 2018
My sincere sympathies to the Fox family and clanship. Walk easy Chris.
Edith Finley (New Town , ND)
Feb 8, 2018
Condolence to my friend Nicky and her family. Chris was always waking us up in the early morning hours with his friendly texts to Kevin. We’re going to miss him dearly.
Laura Whiteowl (Newtown, ND)
Feb 8, 2018
Deepest sympathies. God Bless
Justin M Young Bird (Mandaree, ND)
Feb 9, 2018
Always will remember my favorite Uncle. You will be missed greatly!
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