Teresa N. Foley
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FOLEY TERESA NAN FOLEY "Terri" Teresa Nan Foley, 51 years young died at Manor Care on Thursday, May 27, 2010. She passed in her sleep, peacefully. Terri was born on November 13, 1958 in Georgetown hospital. She was a 1977 graduate of Yorktown High School in North Arlington and 1982 graduate of University of Georgia, majoring in interior design. She worked for the World Bank as a space planner designer and project manager for new office development all over the world. Her job took her to many unique cultures, which was a passion of hers. One of her inspirations was the Dahli Llama, who she was able to meet. She is survived by her brother, Chris, Bobbi, nephews, Ryan, Sean, and niece, Caitlin; brother, Mike, Mary, nephew ,Burke and niece, Cathleen. The "Celebration of Life" service will be on Friday, June 4th, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington, 4444 Arlington Blvd, Arlington, VA 22204. In lieu of flowers, remembrances in her honor may be made to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS).


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Published in The Washington Post on Jun. 3, 2010.
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June 17, 2010
I didn't know her, but she sounds like she was an incredible person.
Its always sad to hear of folks who are taken too soon.
my condolences to her loving family and friends.
norman rosdhetr
June 7, 2010
I am so glad to hear that Terri died peacefully, thank you for letting us know.
Donns Davidge
June 5, 2010
I am so sorry to hear of Terri's passing. She and I were dear friends when I arrived in DC in the early 1980s though we lost touch after I married in 1989. I will always remember our plans to quit DC life and open a tourist business in the Virgin Islands. Terri will always be close to my heart.
Phil Voorhees
June 5, 2010
I am sorry to hear about Terri. I knew her back in the 1980s and she was always a joy to be with. My sympathies are with you and yours.
Liz Rose (Washington, DC)
Liz Rose
June 4, 2010
Mike and Chris - I'm sorry to hear that Terri passed away. My sincerest condolences to you and your families.
Brad Davidson
June 3, 2010
Mike & Chris--So sorry to hear of Terri's passing. Terri and I lived together in Adam's Morgan in a couple whacky apartments. Will be praying for your comfort and peace during this difficult time.
Perrie Agocs
June 3, 2010
Hey Mike & Chris,

Terri was a totally sweet person who I knew when I lived in DC in the 80's. We had lots of fun times together. I'm sorry for your loss and your children's loss of Aunt Terri.
Steve Welty
June 3, 2010
I was terribly sorry to hear of Terri's passing. She was a long time friend and colleague. I will never forget the book she gave me after 9/11, titled "Leadership", by Rudi Gilulinai, and I will always have fond memories of our Friday afternoon discussions about movies......"what are you seeing this weekend, what did you see last weekend, what is coming out soon etc.".........She was a wonderful, kind, thoughtful and caring person who left us way too soon. Her inner strength will shine on forever. God Speed Terri. Your friend Titus.
Titus Hicks
June 3, 2010
I remember sharing classes at Yorktown with Terri, she was a good friend and always so sweet. To the Foley family, I send my condolences. Michelle Richey-Rimel
Michelle Richey-Rimel
June 3, 2010
I am so very sad to hear about the loss of Terri. She always kept in touch and offered words of wisdom. Terri was a most kind and gentle person who was always up for fun and adventure during our single days in Washington, DC. My prayers and best wishes go to her and her family. May Terri find the peace she deserves. -
Constance M. Suniega-Bond
June 3, 2010
Mike and Chris, I am so sorry to hear of Terri's death. May the thoughts and prayers of friends comfort you.I have such fond memories of your family as neighbors on 34th Rd..
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