In Loving Memory of
1961 - 2019
Obituary of Brian FoleyFOLEY, Brian Patrick
Passed away peacefully in his 59th year, surrounded by family and friends at Greater Niagara General Hospital on June 4, 2019. Devoted husband to Sherry Foley and loving father to Jessica (Chris) and Sara. Brian will be deeply missed by his parents Jack and Caroline Foley, predeceased by his sister, Terri Lyn. Brian will be remembered by his mother-in-law, Anna Wilson, pre-deceased by Douglas Wilson. A very special Uncle to Breanne (Ryland) Korody and Christopher (Lindsay) Niles. Brian will also be remembered by many other nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and brothers and sisters-in-law. Cremation has taken place, and in keeping with Brian’s wishes, a celebration of life will be held at Club Capri, 36 Cleveland Street, Thorold from 1-4pm on Thursday, June 27, 2019. Donations can be made in Brian’s memory to the Canadian Tire Jumpstart Program so that children in Brian’s community have the opportunity to enjoy sports as much as he did.
A Celebration of LifeDate & Time:
June 27, 2019
1:00 pm until 4:00 pm Location:
Club Capri, 36 Cleveland Street, Thorold
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Sherry, Jessica, Chris, Sarah, Caroline and Jack
Hope you can smile even though your tears, when you think about how lucky you were to have him for a husband, father, and son. May the wonderful memories of his love be with you and comfort you. We will miss his friendship, so many stories will live on. All our love.
Sherry and the girls, you have our deepest sympathy. Find peace in knowing Brian is now at peace. He was such a kind, warm person and his presence will be missed. Lovingly, Jim and Catherine
My dearest cousin and brother. I loved you on this earth and I will love you in heaven. My heart is broken but I am comforted in the knowledge that you are no longer in pain. My heart goes out to Sherry, the girls and my Aunt Carolyn and Uncle Jack. I will pray for you always. I love you all.
Our hearts are broken upon hearing of Brian’s passing. We extend our deepest condolences to his family during this very difficult time. He’s now at peace in Heaven with Terri.
REST IN PEACE BRIAN!
Will always remember Brian for his Smile and Laughter. Knew he was looking forward to a Family Event this summer and am saddened for Family this wish of Brian’s did not come to fruition. Just learned of his passing yesterday as I moved away in the 80’s yet ran into Brian the odd time and conversed from afar. Played Baseball with him and watched with sheer joy as he played Hockey quite a talent and even a better person.
May you Rest in Peace Brian and condolences to Family.
I am speechless
My condolences to Sherry and the girls. A great friend to many ,he will be missed.
Brian, thanks for the memories.
So very sorry to hear this sad news. We always thought that Sherry and Brian were a great team, and we remember fondly those fun-filled days at Skeleton Lake. His many friends and his loving family will miss this fun-loving and courageous man.
Our love goes out to Sherry and the girls.
We will be making a donation. Ward and Bev
Thoughts and prayers to your family. Kyla, Autoline Toyota
Dear Sherry and family, Carolyn and Jack and extended families. Kevin and I are truly sorry for your loss. May he rest in peace, painfree, and join his sister Terri in heaven. Our thoughts are with you all.
Dear Sherry and Family
We are so brokenhearted for you and your girls. Our hearts are heavy for such a loss. He left way too soon.
God Bless you Brian.
We cannot find the words to express our sorrow. Maybe you will find comfort in knowing we love you and we can share great memories of his life.
Love ya lots.
Doug and Cathy Thompson
“ so long to a true life-long friend … May you now Rest In Peace !
I guess the team in heaven needed a really GOOD D Man (even more so than the Leafs)
I am sure Terri can bring you to the dressing room !
Prayers of love and support are being extended to all your loved ones.
Will see you all at the Celebration of Life.
Mark and Anne McNamee (heart broken in K Town)
It’s with a broken heart I write this. I spent my entire childhood going to school with Brian. Holy Rosary, St. Charles and A T Clancy. Brian was always a competive spirit. We actually had a school yard scuffle at St. Charles as kids. Played house league hockey together. And always joked with each other later in life. Called me Handsandwich, Handbag and I referred to him as Pecker. Redhead as a kid. Even though later in life we were kit close friends. Whenever we did cross paths. Always talked about our childhood days. Unfortunately I will be away at the time if his memorial. He will be missed. RIP Brian.
My condolence to the Family. I worked with Brian for four years. We became good friends.Brian was an honest & truely Great person.
My condolences to the family. My brother Mike new him better than I did but I’m glad I had a chance to meet him and know him, if only for a brief moment.
Please accept sincere condolences from the D’Addario family
Sherry, Jessica, Chris and Sarah. My heart goes out to all of you. He will always be with you. ❤️