Obit: Foley, Stanley J. (1927 - 2010)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Foley, Langer, Carpenter, Krug,
Tetzlaff, Johnson, Cotter
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) March 3, 2010
Foley, Stanley J. (18 May 1927 - 25
February 2010) With Flag
Stanley J. Foley, 82, passed away
Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010, at his home near Withee, with family by
Stanley was born May 18, 1927, in
Prescott to John and Agnus (Langer) Foley. He served in the
United States Army in the Philippines and Korea before the Korean
War started. After the Army, he farmed for many years in
Minnesota, Michigan and Wisconsin.
Stanley is lovingly survived by his wife
of 59 years, Dorthy Carpenter; three children, Katherine Foley Krug
of Withee, Bryan (Jerri) Foley of Fall Brook, CA, and John (Ellen)
Foley of Wisconsin Rapids; four grandchildren, Darcelle Tetzlaff of
Portland, OR; Andrew Tetzlaff of Menomonie, Matthew and Sean Foley
of Fallbrook, CA. He is also survived by three brothers, Walter (Ruby) of Red Wing, MN, Roger (Joan) Foley of Port Charlotte, FL
and Donald Foley of Hartland; and one sister, Grace Johnson of
Brainard, MN. He will be greatly missed by many nieces,
nephews, other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents,
brothers, Francis "Bud" (Audrey) Foley of Ellsworth and Robert (Alene) Foley of Red Wing, MN; and sisters, Jeorme Foley,
Wisconsin, Winifred Cotter and Carmen Foley.
"When God created grandparents, the world
was truly blessed with all the special joys that make a family
happiest. For grandparents know how to do the little things
that warm our heart. They touch our lives with love and care
right from the start… They show that they believe in us and
all we’re dreaming of… When God created grandparents,
he blessed our lives with love"…. Love, your
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