To the Foley family,
My condolences to all. Doc gave me some advice one night as a young businessman that stuck in my mind for many years. I was looking up Red, and immediately recognized Doc. How a guy gets better looking with age, well, I must presume he had some secrets from his training that weren't passed out to just anyone.
Doc, you raised quite a family. There was a lot of fun to be had at that house. The Corvette was was my second favorite part. Mike turned me on to this new group 'Chicago' who I eventually met and hung out with on numerous occasions. A teenage wish come true,as they kind of got a kick out me...so they let me in their club for 8 years or so. So the good memories were plentiful with all things you had your hand on, Doc.
We had a blast growing up in WDM and always enjoyed your good natured humor immensely.
I'll save the best stories for when we meet up, again. Thanks for the kind words and encouragement.
My best wishes to your wonderful family.
Dr. Foley was a blessing to me and my family. His concern, care, and medical skills kept us well through the years.
Dr. Foley you weren't just a doctor you truly cared about your patients and you set the bar high to which all other doctors are measured by. You will be missed.
Hi everyone.This is Dan Menard.Dr Foley will be missed.He was my Doctor for years,and a family friend.Doc was affiliated with hockey.He had 3 sons that were active in hockey.Doc was our team doctor,although I think he spent more time mending our opponents.(lol)
Thank GOD for hockey,otherwise I may never have met Robert,Justine,and the sisters and brothers."Great family" and lots of good memories to cherish.
Dad we all love & miss you so much you & mom got me there & allowed me to make sure my kids got there your patience & understanding will always be a part of us you & mom are amazing how you let one pf your sons be a goalie says everything, always with us, Michael Susan Bryan Danny Julie & Sebastian