Rob Foxx’s friends brought his ashes from Connecticut to Key West, which he had always wanted to visit. Foxx died March 3, 2016, of cancer. He was paralyzed from the waist down since age 18.
Rob Foxx’s friends brought his ashes from Connecticut to Key West, which he had always wanted to visit. Foxx died March 3, 2016, of cancer. He was paralyzed from the waist down since age 18. Contributed
Rob Foxx’s friends brought his ashes from Connecticut to Key West, which he had always wanted to visit. Foxx died March 3, 2016, of cancer. He was paralyzed from the waist down since age 18. Contributed

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