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USHighway 98 West
Foley , AL
(251) 943-5667
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Death notices, Friday, Feb. 24 - Pensacola News Journal

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
Saturday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with a memorial service following at 10 a.m. Trahan Family Funeral Home is directing. BATSON Helon Fay Nelson Batson, 70, of Foley, Ala., died Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012. Visitation: Noon today at Williams Memorial Chapel Funeral Home of Brewton, Ala., until services begin at 2 p.m. COFFEY Brian Keith Coffey, 50, of Pensacola died Sunday, Feb. 19, 2012. Services: 11 a.m. Saturday at Faith Chapel Funeral Home South. CRENSHAW Callie Mae Crenshaw, 78, of Pensacola died Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012. Visitation: No...

Dudley M. Duke - People's Tribune

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
Thomas Willemarck III, of the home; his father, James Dudley Duke, Sr. of Holly Pond, Ala.;  a brother, James Dudley Duke Jr. of the state of Alabama; sisters-in-law, Angie and John Brokaw of  Foley, Sarah Cartwright of O’Fallon, Cathy and Jon Taylor of Bowling Green; mother-in-law, Amy L. Myers and husband, Pat of Winfield; father-in-law, David R. Kemper of  Winfield; many nieces and nephews.  He was preceded in death by his mother and grandparents.Mike was born and raised in Birmingham, Ala.  He joined the military where he served in the United States Army for 23 years, where he received the purple heart, silver star and bronze star.  After he retired in 2005, he moved to Bowling Green where he met and married Bonnie Jean Kemper on Sept. 11, 2008. He served in law enforcement while in the Army, as well as in Alabama while in the reser...

Michael J. Kennedy — Pine Island

Thu, Dec 15, 2011
Michael enjoyed working with the farm animals, fishing, riding his Harley and visiting with family and friends.Michael is survived by his daughter, Lisa (Ryan) Foley of Fredonia, Wis.; grandchildren, Isabelle, Ian and Jack Foley; mother, Barbra Kennedy of Pine Island; brother, Mark (Karen) Kennedy of Pine Island; nieces and nephew, Sarah (Adam) Hovden of Kasson, Lacey Kennedy of Rochester and John Kennedy of Pine Island. Michel was preceded in death by his wife, Jackie, father, Karyl "Curly" Kennedy and his grandparents.Arrangements are with the Mahn Family Funeral Home-Mahler Chapel in Pine Island.Online condolences are welcome at www.mahnfamilyfuneralhome.com... (Post Bulletin)

Benedict 'Ben' Thome — Adams

Tue, Dec 13, 2011
Chris Thome, Rose Hill, Kan.; Nicholas Gieringer, Portland, Maine; Zachary Sauer, Austin; Kevin Sauer, Austin; Abby Christianson, Austin; Isaac Christianson, Austin; great-grandchildren, Anthony Foley, Travis and Chase King, Andrew and Leah King, Cullen and Cameren Groff, Ella, Katie and Will Thome, Brandon and Hannah Thome, Emma and Hailey Gieringer; a brother, Ralph (Mildred) Thome, Osage, Iowa; sisters, Mary Alice (Tony) Young, Garner, Iowa; Marjorie Mayer, Stacyville, Iowa; Imelda (Vernon) Mayer, Stacyville, Iowa; Lorna (Ray) Panhoff, Ventura, Iowa; and Emilie (Wayne) Gerloch, Carterville, Ill.; and many nieces and nephews.Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Dec. 16, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, with Father Thomas Loomis and Father Marty Schaefer officiating. Interment will be in Sacred Heart Cemetery. Adams American Legion Post 146 in charge of military rites.Visitation will be held at the Adams Funeral Home on Thursday from 3:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., and at the church for one hour before the service on Friday. There will be a 3:30 p.m. Knights of Columbus Rosary and a 5:30 p.m. Prayer Service at the Adams Funeral Home on Thursday.In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred to Sacred Heart School in Adams, the Adams DAC or the Austin Hospice program. (Post Bulletin)

Cardinal John Foley, 76, worked at Vatican - Newsday (subscription)

Tue, Dec 13, 2011
Not a Newsday or Optimum Online® subscriber? Click here Published: December 11, 2011 9:37 PMBy MATT MOORE. The Associated Press   PHILADELPHIA -- Cardinal John Foley, who for 25 years was the voice for American viewers of the Vatican's Christmas Midnight Mass and who led an ancient Catholic order in the Holy Land, died yesterday. He was 76. Foley died at the Villa St. Joseph in suburban Darby, the Archdiocese of Philadelphia said. The cause of death ...

Cardinal John P. Foley, 76, Vatican Spokesman, Dies

Tue, Dec 13, 2011
Cardinal John Patrick Foley, who heeded God’s “whisper,” as he put it, to become a priest as well as his own inclinations to go to journalism school at 31, then combined the roles as the Vatican’s communications director for almost a quarter-century, died on Sunday in Darby, Pa. He was 76. The Archdiocese of Philadelphia said he died at a retirement home for priests. The cause was leukemia, The Catholic News Service s... (New York Times)

Lloyd J. Pruitt - People's Tribune

Mon, Nov 28, 2011
Hall.Lloyd was born on Nov. 27, 1964 in Troy to Raymond and Lillian Creech Pruitt.Surviving are his parents, Raymond and Lillian Pruitt; his six siblings: Jeanette Clark and husband, Victor of Foley, Clarencia Gaines of Vancouver, Wash., Nina Gebke and husband, Keith of Richview, Ill., Laquita Meyer of Winfield, Abram (Pruitt and wife, Jennifer of Eolia and Abigail Roark of Newark, Del.; many nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.He was preceded in death by his brother, Raymond Pruitt Jr who died in 1964; and his grandparents, Loren and Helen Pruitt and Clarence and Corneilia Creech Sr.He grew up in a loving family with his parents and siblings: Jeanette, Clarencia, Nina, Laquita, Abram and Abigail. He was a devoted member of the Eolia Baptis...

Thelma Marie Garrett

Tue, Nov 8, 2011
Sherry Garrett of Puyallup, Wash., and Wayne Garrett, Richard Garrett and Darryl Garrett, all of Sweet Home; stepchildren William Garrett of Redmond, and Marjorie Garrett of Reno; sister Dorothy Mero Foley of Alabama; 39 grandchildren; 52 great-grandchildren; and seven great-great-grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by her husband, Chester Garrett; stepson Clayton Garrett; brother LeRoy Barber; and one granddaughter.  A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, at Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses.  Memorial contributions can be made in her name to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.  Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling arrangements (http://www.sweethomefuneral.com/" href= "http://www.sweethomefuneral.com/">www.sweethomefuneral.com). (Albany Democrat-Herald)

Ten Years after 9/11 - Irish Central

Thu, Oct 13, 2011
Today, Lynn is associate vice president of communications at the University of California Office. She remains close to her colleagues in New York Fire Department. Tom Foley“I just tell them ‘I’m Irish” At 32, Tom Foley was already a ten-year veteran of the FDNY, when he died with Rescue 3 Company on 9/11.  It was the job he dreamed of since childhood, when he would visit the Harlem firehouse of a family friend, Firefighter Bob Conroy. “Tommy boy – that’s what I call him, ever since he’s a kid,” Conroy said, speaking to Brian Rohan for Irish America just days after 9/11. “I can still see Tommy boy running around the firehouse in Harlem, running around and getting filthy dirty. It’s all he ever wanted to do.” As a firefighter, Foley had made many daring rescues. In 1999, he and Police Officer Romano Amleto went over the side of a high-rise building to rescue two construction workers whose scaffolding had collapsed. Descending by ropes, Foley and Amleto grabbed the men, safely bringing them to the ground. In addition to being a firefighter, Tom made a name for himself as a rodeo rider (his interest in the cowboy lifestyle came from working on his grandfather’s farm in upstate New York. He was also a competitive power lifter, and found time to skydive. In 2000, People magazine featured Tom, who was born in the Bronx and grew up in West Nyack, as one of the sexiest men at work. He was also honored by Irish America in 2000 and he probably gave the shortest acceptance speech in the history of the awards. He shrugged, smiled, looked at the audience and said, “When anyone asks me, I just tell them ‘I’m Irish.’ ” In the wake of 9/11Tom’s brother Danny Foley, who had followed his brother into the FDNY, made a promise to his family to retrieve his brother’s body and he did. “It took ten days, but a promise I made to my family was kept, when I brought Tommy home,” Danny said, addressing mourners at Tommy’s funeral at St. Anthony’s in Nanuet, New York. The Firefighter Thomas J. Foley Foundation and the Firefighter Thomas J. Foley Memorial Scholarship Fund were established in 2001 to provide scholarships to dependent children of either an active or retired FDNY firefighters or officers. A documentary celebrating Tom’s life premiered this September. For information on the documentary and the foundation go to www.firefighterthomasjfoley.com Collier WimmerA child who wanted to help On September 4, 2001, Collier Wimmer of Winston-Salem, North Carolina turned nine. On September 11 she was in Disneyworld to celebrate her and her little brother’s birthdays. At 8:42 a.m., 2000 miles away, American Airlines flight 11 crashed into the north tower of the World Trade Center. Collier’s mother, Ashley wished her children hadn’t seen the horrible images. “We had the TV on and since we were traveling, we couldn’t screen them from it. They saw a lot.” And what Collier saw affected her.  Like m...

Ten Years after 9/11 - Irish Central

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
Today, Lynn is associate vice president of communications at the University of California Office. She remains close to her colleagues in New York Fire Department. Tom Foley“I just tell them ‘I’m Irish” At 32, Tom Foley was already a ten-year veteran of the FDNY, when he died with Rescue 3 Company on 9/11.  It was the job he dreamed of since childhood, when he would visit the Harlem firehouse of a family friend, Firefighter Bob Conroy. “Tommy boy – that’s what I call him, ever since he’s a kid,” Conroy said, speaking to Brian Rohan for Irish America just days after 9/11. “I can still see Tommy boy running around the firehouse in Harlem, running around and getting filthy dirty. It’s all he ever wanted to do.” As a firefighter, Foley had made many daring rescues. In 1999, he and Police Officer Romano Amleto went over the side of a high-rise building to rescue two construction workers whose scaffolding had collapsed. Descending by ropes, Foley and Amleto grabbed the men, safely bringing them to the ground. In addition to being a firefighter, Tom made a name for himself as a rodeo rider (his interest in the cowboy lifestyle came from working on his grandfather’s farm in upstate New York. He was also a competitive power lifter, and found time to skydive. In 2000, People magazine featured Tom, who was born in the Bronx and grew up in West Nyack, as one of the sexiest men at work. He was also honored by Irish America in 2000 and he probably gave the shortest acceptance speech in the history of the awards. He shrugged, smiled, looked at the audience and said, “When anyone asks me, I just tell them ‘I’m Irish.’ ” In the wake of 9/11Tom’s brother Danny Foley, who had followed his brother into the FDNY, made a promise to his family to retrieve his brother’s body and he did. “It took ten days, but a promise I made to my family was kept, when I brought Tommy home,” Danny said, addressing mourners at Tommy’s funeral at St. Anthony’s in Nanuet, New York. The Firefighter Thomas J. Foley Foundation and the Firefighter Thomas J. Foley Memorial Scholarship Fund were established in 2001 to provide scholarships to dependent children of either an active or retired FDNY firefighters or officers. A documentary celebrating Tom’s life premiered this September. For information on the documentary and the foundation go to www.firefighterthomasjfoley.com Collier WimmerA child who wanted to help On September 4, 2001, Collier Wimmer of Winston-Salem, North Carolina turned nine. On September 11 she was in Disneyworld to celebrate her and her little brother’s birthdays. At 8:42 a.m., 2000 miles away, American Airlines flight 11 crashed into the north tower of the World Trade Center. Collier’s mother, Ashley wished her children hadn’t seen the horrible images. “We had the TV on and since we were traveling, we couldn’t screen them from it. They saw a lot.” And what Collier saw affected her.  Like...




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