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December 17, 2011
Between 1948 & 1949, I was taken with Rheumatic Fever & was bedridden for 9 mos.
The comfort of Mr. Foys dedicated radio persona made each day that much easier...
As a matter of fact, my Doctor, having children of his own & being aware of the excitement stimulated by Mr Foy's, narration thru-out "The Lone Ranger Program suggested complete bed rest for the first month..... did I obey,.. NAH!! I did not miss 1 single episode of The Ranger or Sgt Preston.. Thank you Freddie
May the peace of the Lord be with you always....
May 09, 2011
I continue to think of Mr. Fred Foy every time I get behind a microphone. I think of the many students who came through my video technology and broadcast journalism classes who benefited from his lessons, whether they spoke to him in a phone interview or heard him speak to them on videotape. I was honored to have met and worked with him for a brief time.
January 08, 2011
To a dear friend I never met who has given great memories of my childhood. To the Foy family my deepest sympathy.
January 08, 2011
God Bless Fred and his family. "Hi Yo Silver"
Chantal & Tom
December 29, 2010


Mr. Foy was truly a gleaming gem from the "golden age of radio".
December 29, 2010
What fond memories, growing up as a child. May God's comforting words help you all endure. John 5:28,29.
December 29, 2010
Like many others I grew up a fan of the Lone Ranger. Hopefully his wife and family cam be consoled by the fond memories of Mr. Foy shared by so many all over the world.
December 28, 2010
I sure watched a lot of the Lone Ranger and heard Mr. Foy's voice every time back in the 1950'S.
My sympathy to his family.
December 28, 2010
Did not know the man, however when I listened to that voice intro of the Lone Ranger as a kid, It would fire me up for another "thrilling days of yesteryear." His contribution of making us proud to be on the side of Law and order was a great foundation of growing up. God bless his memory.
December 28, 2010
Fred Foy was as vital a part of the Lone Ranger as Brace Beeemer was, setting the scenes and keeping the listener in the loop. I was one of the rug rats with his ear stuck to the radio every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7:30pm, and I loved every minute of it.

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