Sonic Manager Chris Diven described Fox as a hard worker who always chipped in to help when he needed someone to fill a shift.
“She’s been with us since the day we opened,” he said. “She was one of the first ones to say she could fill in.”Diven said other employees at the Sonic are upset.
“She was just a sweet girl who always had a smile on her face,” Diven said. “It’s just really sad to see this happen to somebody so young and with such a good future.”Diven said he could not express how he felt on learning of Fox’s death.
Nazareth Area School District Board of Education member Tom Maher said the school is staffed with counselors and others who will be available to help students affected by Fox’s death.
Maher said those services will likely begin when students return to school Tuesday.