Dearest Donna, Alison, Erin & all the Foy family:
Our deep sympathy & sincere condolences on the loss of dear Martin. So sad! So soon! So tragic! But there should be some Joy in the fact that Martin's Spirit lives on, not only with his Maker, but also in you his family, as well as all those hundreds of friends & colleagues, like ourselves, whose lives he touched during his short but very meaningful & fruitful life on earth.
He has passed on "the Torch" to all of us to carry on his good works, his humble generosity, his community service, his sense of humour, his caring & loving of those less fortunate than himself. As an outstanding member of the Knights of Columbus & an active parishioner of St Elizabeth Seton community, he will never be forgotten as a truly extraordinary example to us all.
He was, in the Biblical sense, "a Gentle Man" & "a man without guile". Sadly we shall not see his like again. "Rest in Peace" dear Martin.
Paraphrasing the words of St Paul: he has fought the good fight, he has finished the race, he has reaped his reward!
May God's Amazing Grace be with you all during the difficult days ahead.
With Love, Hugs & Blessings from:
Theresa Ravanello-Wharton & Paul-Raymond Wharton
Donna my thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time. May your memories bring you comfort.
Dear Donna and children,
Jack and I are very saddened by this news. Sorry we couldn't join today. We were away until tonight.
Please accept our sincerest sympathy.
Jack and Janet Sidor
Dear Donna, Alison and Erin. Please accept our heartfelt condolences at this time. I know the strong love you all have for each other and the great memories you created together will help to carry you through this difficult time. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Love Laura, Darryl and Elise
Sincere condolences from Barb and Joan Willis. Sorry we could not attend. But in our thoughts with love.