Crystal Fox Obituary, Death – Crystal Fox passed away on Friday at the Iowa Methodist Medical Center in Des Moines, Iowa. The cause of death was not immediately known. Crystal spent her formative years in the Midwest in the town of Davis City, Iowa, and attended Central Decatur Schools in the neighboring town of Leon for her formal education. She pursued a profession in interior decorating after receiving her diploma from high school and went on to become successful in the field. She was blessed with the opportunity to work, which led to her marriage to Joseph Ragusi, and she went on to have five children: Andrew, Autumn, Abigail, Amber, and April.

Crystal’s children and grandchildren were named Joslynne, George, Sage, and Sullivan, and she treasured each and every one of them. She had a strong interest in traveling to other locations and enjoying a wide variety of music, especially bluegrass and country music. She never stopped considering herself to be a wanderer with a sense of independence and never stopped doing so. She had a special place in her heart for the South, which made it all the more important for her to go out of the country and see the rest of the world. She had an air of warmth and kindness at all times, making her a joy to be around. Coffee was one of her favorite drinks, and she nearly never appeared in public without a mug from her local Starbucks in her possession.

Her mother, Abigail Ragusi, her daughter Abigail Fox, and her sister Robin Lynn Fox all predeceased her. Her father’s name was Don Fox. She was the only member of her family to have lived to an old age. Her children and their spouses, including Andrew and Heidi Ragusi of Nevada, Iowa, Autumn and Dennis O’Brien of Albia, Iowa, Amber and Gregory Bass of Nevada, and April Ragusi and fiancĂ©, Colton Fenton, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, are among her survivors. Andrew and Heidi Ragusi, Autumn and Dennis O’Brien, Amber and Gregory Bass of Nevada, and April Ragusi and fiancĂ©, Colton Fenton, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. She is also survived by her mother, Betty Fox, who lives in Davis City, Iowa; her siblings, Trudy Rumley, who lives in Oceola, Iowa, and Alisha and Aaron Morton, who live in Cedarville, Ohio; and her father, Robert Fox, who lives in Davis City, Iowa.