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Avid fisherman Raymond Joseph Foley dies

Raymond Joseph Foley

1930-2011

Raymond Joseph Foley of Denver and the Grand Lake area passed away peacefully and suddenly on Sept. 22, 2011.



Born on Oct. 14, 1930, he was a gentleman of remarkable integrity and firm, strong faith. He is survived by Edelle, wife of 50 years; son Patrick Giles; and grandchildren McKenna and Cameron Foley.

Raymond was a fisherman. Their home in the Lake Forest subdivision near Lake Granby was built in early 1960 as a retreat, reunion or vacation home for all family members throughout the country, Italy and France, and for friends to enjoy the majesty of the Rocky Mountains.



Raymond was a lifelong member of the Blessed Sacrament Church, Denver, and a graduate of the Blessed Sacrament School, Cathedral High School, Barnes School of Commerce, American Institute of Banking, and he held a degree in business administration from the University of Denver.

He served in the Air Force during the Korean War and was honorably discharged on Aug. 5, 1954. He retired form C.I.T. Financial Group, New York.

A Requiem Mass was conducted at Blessed Sacrament Church, Denver. Interment was an escorted procession to Fort Logan National Cemetery.


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