Open Records deputy dies while cycling

Barry Fox, deputy director of the state’s Office of Open Records, died Sunday while on vacation with his family in State College, the Patriot-News reports. He was 47.

A former Patriot-News reporter, Fox helped to develop the office’s regulations and a docketing system, worked with the governor’s office and traveled the state providing Open Records
training to officials and residents.

Funeral arrangements are set for Wednesday at Temple Ohev Sholom in Harrisburg.

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One Response to Open Records deputy dies while cycling

  1. This is really sad news — obviously on the personal level for Barry and his family, as well as his colleagues at the Office of Open Records, but also professionally, as Barry was a helpful source for several of our open records stories.

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