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Blair Fox

Blair Fox was a brother of the Sigma Nu fraternity at UC Davis who embodied the values, attitude, and compassion that epitomizes the ideal member of our fraternity. Originally from Sacramento, California, Blair grew up in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. Surrounded by friends all over the world, Blair was truly a global citizen.

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Blair rushed Sigma Nu during the fall quarter of his freshman year in 2016 and was initiated with the Alpha Beta candidate class. He personified professionalism, friendliness, and kindness— he left a positive influence on everyone he interacted with, and demonstrated his genuine love for others through his words and actions. Blair was an academically and professionally motivated Economics major, a dedicated member of the Model United Nations club at UC Davis, a strong influence within the Davis community, and the type of sociable person that made everyone feel as if they were his best friend.

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Blair passed away on December 19, 2017 in a skiing accident in Lake Tahoe. One thing is clear among Blair’s wide social circle: his warmth touched the lives of everyone in a positive manner, and his legacy continues to inspire those who knew him.

Blair’s family has created the  Blair Fox Scholarship Fund  in his honor to support undergraduate UC Davis students. Each year during Winter Quarter, the Sigma Nu fraternity donates all proceeds from our philanthropy Sigma Noodles.

Blair’s family has created the Blair Fox Scholarship Fund in his honor to support undergraduate UC Davis students. Each year during Winter Quarter, the Sigma Nu fraternity donates all proceeds from our philanthropy Sigma Noodles.

Blair was a brother, a best friend, a loving son, and undoubtedly one of the best people to ever become a Sigma Nu. Not a day goes by that he isn’t missed, and his memory serves as a solemn reminder to every brother to continue to uphold his legacy.

Blair was a brother, a best friend, a loving son, and undoubtedly one of the best people to ever become a Sigma Nu. Not a day goes by that he isn’t missed, and his memory serves as a solemn reminder to every brother to continue to uphold his legacy.