Dorothy L. (Andrews) Fox

Dorothy L. (Andrews) Fox, of Randolph, passed away September 29, 2021 at the age of 59. Beloved wife of the late Joseph Fox. Loving sister of Mark Andrews and his late wife Paula and Debra Andrews and her husband John P. Smith. Cherished aunt of Mark Andrews, Joseph Andrews, and Jenifer Coger. Also survived by 5 great-nieces, 2 great-nephews, and countless family members and friends.

Dorothy loved George Michaels, crocheting, sewing, traveling, going to London, England and seeing George Michaels home with the group of friends, and just hanging out with family and friends.

Visiting hours will be held at the Hurley Funeral Home, 134 So. Main St. (Rt. 28), Randolph on Tuesday, October 5th from 6-8pm. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Interment private.


First Name: Cathy
Last Name: Griffith
State: GA
Country: United States
Entry Date: 10/04/2021

Dee will forever be remembered as talented, caring, loving, and loyal. We spoke almost every day by phone and there was never a time when she didn't share how much she missed her husband and her mother, how much she cared about her brother Mark and her other family embers. Dee took pride in chatting about her cousin Linda and Bunny. She loved all her neices and nephews. Dee was a loyal fan to the Patriots, Tom Brady, loved the Red Sox and Poppi. Dee would chat with me hours on end about Boston and the pride she had for being from Dorchester. Dee and I would watch Bluebloods and SVU. She adored Donnie Wahlberg and Tom Selleck. Dee loved Chris Meloni. We had just watched the season opener of SVU, texting back and forth about who was more handsome. She defended Chris Meloni, I defended Dylan McDermott. We laughed and joked so many times about her Boston accent and my southern Atlanta accent. Our best laughs came when we traveled to London and spent the weekend chasing down George Michael's cousin. That was epic. We got along great, I will miss Dee. I will miss her talent in crocheting. She was aces at it. To her family, she loved you all so much and looked forward to being able to put smiles on your faces once she was well. To Glenda, Dee cared very much for you and your family too. There is so much more I can say, but I will just simply say, I will miss Dee tremendously. Rest in peace my friend. Cathy

First Name: Marianne
Last Name: Houseman
City: Fayetteville
State: NC
Country: USA
Entry Date: 10/05/2021

Dee, you will be missed, we belonged to a group called the Secret Sisters, were we exchanged gifts. I never got the chance to meet you, but we talked on the phone. RIP Dee, You are with Joe and your Mom now, so Fly high with the Angels, and sing in George Michaels group.Marianne

First Name: Glenda
Last Name: Grayson
City: Jamaica Plain
State: MA
Entry Date: 10/05/2021

Fly high baby girl,
as much as I want you here with us I know our Father is in control and he wanted you home. You know I would have fought tooth and nails for you .what am I going to do without you it’s so hard not to pick up the phone and say it’s raining here and my body ache and you say same here I just finished a cup of are probably crocheting with the biggest smile on your face telling me that I danced with George Michaels . Baby girl you earned your wings and know that you are loved .Cathy and I will go to London and revisit all your favorite places that’s a promise. I will never forget you baby girl….

Family, Dee loved with all her might and she know that she will never be forgotten .
My sincere condolences to the Andrew -Fox family

Forever friend
Grayson J Grayson

First Name: Mike and Pam
Last Name: Johnson
City: Saint Clairsville
State: AL
Country: USA
Entry Date: 10/16/2021

This has taken me a while to write. My heart is so sad but I know she is with Joe but I. just. miss. her.
Dee and I have been friends since 1996. Certainly not as long as most, but I have always treasured our friendship. I never met her either, have I mentioned that? We met on America Online in a chatroom called Thirtysomething2 where so many of us became very good friends through the years. My husband and I got married in New York at one of our Thirtysomething2 monthly internet parties. Dee made me an Indian bride doll with the crocheted dress made using the colors of our wedding. It is on my bed and I have treasured it from the day she sent it to me. She had such a giving and kind soul. When she worked at the fabric company she sent me yards and yards of material to make myself scrubs for work. I still have some I haven't used.
She made my husband something cute as a practical joke Those that know her well and loved her snicker when she was being ornery I'm sure have a visual. I smile now thinking about all the years of our dear friendship that are now coming to a temporary close til we meet again in Heaven.
To her family and friends, you were so blessed to have been able to hug and share a meal or a drink with her. I never got that pleasure. Please always cherish the memories you had with her as I will. I love you Dee, til we meet again.

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