Resthaven Memorial Park
Saturday January 16th, 2021
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Beckett Lloyd Fox & Lottie Jo Fox Residents of LubbockIn Loving Memory of Beckett Lloyd and Lottie Jo Fox. Our precious little angels, Beckett Lloyd and Lottie Jo Fox, the beloved newborn son and daughter of Brent and Denise Fox of Lubbock, Texas were born on December 26, 2020 at University Medical Center in Lubbock. Shortly after her arrival, Lottie passed to be with our Lord in heaven. Beckett was brought to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) after his delivery for observation purposes. Beckett was a fighter and continued the battle until his last breath on December 28, 2020. While surrounded by his loving parents and grandparents, he joined Lottie in heaven. A graveside service will be held at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, January 16, 2021, in Resthaven Memorial Park at 5740 19th Street, Lubbock, Texas, with Reverend Jose Kochuparambil officiating. Services are entrusted to the compassionate professionals at Grace Funeral and Cremation Care of Lubbock. Beckett Lloyd and Lottie Jo are survived by their parents Brent and Denise Fox, maternal grandparents Shirley and Tim Carter, maternal grandparent Russell Davis, paternal grandparents Lori and Craig Campbell, paternal grandparent Billy Fox, paternal great-grandparent Joyce Wood, their aunt and uncle Belinda and Ryan Brown, Aunt Elizabeth Davis, and numerous great-aunts, great-uncles, and other relatives and friends who loved Beckett and Lottie very much. The family thanks the physicians and nurses of University Medical Center’s Labor and Delivery and NICU in Lubbock, Texas for the incredible care provided to Beckett and Lottie and the entire family during their stay. A very special thank you to Kati Brown MSN, RNC-OB, Bailey Young BSN, RN, and Kelsie Hatchett RN of University Medical Center for their kindness, care, and compassion. The family greatly appreciates all of the prayers, concerns, and donations provided during this difficult time.
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