Deborah Guggenheim Fox, 66, of Bloomfield, died after a brief and courageous battle with pancreatic cancer on Nov. 26, surrounded by family and friends. She was the wife of Bruce Fox, and widow of Robert Guggenheim. Born in New York, she was the daughter of Margot (Gottlieb) Goldstein and the late Melvin Goldstein. She was an active member of The Emanuel Synagogue of West Hartford, having served as an administrator in their office for many years. In addition to her husband and mother, she is survived by three sons, David Guggenheim and his fiancé, Michael Bosworth, of New York City, Evan Guggenheim and his wife, Jocelyn, of Brookline, and Jacob Guggenheim and his wife, Stephanie, of Ashland; two grandchildren, Ronen and Dani Guggenheim; two brothers, Josh Goldstein, and Gerson Goldstein and his wife, Gina; five nieces and nephews, Rachel and Ethan Goldstein, Nathan, Annie, and Ari Guggenheim; and her step-children Sarah, Rebecca, and David Fox. She was predeceased by two sisters-in-law, Jana Guggenheim, and Sandra Germinario-Goldstein. Memorial contributions may be made to Caring Committee Fund at The Emanuel Synagogue, and the American Cancer Society. 

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