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Thaddeus Grant Foley Sr., 65 years old, was born on March 8, 1956 in Xenia, OH and passed away on January 4, 2022 in Dayton, OH. He leaves behind to cherish his memory his loving wife of 41 years, Jean Foley; his caring children, Thaddeus Grant (Erin) Foley Jr., Mary LeAnn Foley, and Jason Daniel (Amber) Foley; his grandchildren, Korinn Foley, Austin Foley, Anna Foley, Kayla Foley, Caleb Foley, Jeffrey Saylor Jr., Madison Morris, Haylea Foley, Lylah Foley, Isabella Foley, and Brooklyn Foley; his siblings, Gary Foley and Becky (Timothy) Rector; his mother, Lois Foley; along with a host of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, family and friends. Thaddeus is preceded in death by his father, Max Foley. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, camping, and going to Kil-kare Raceway. Thaddeus will be greatly missed, a celebration of life service to be held at a later date.
Posted by Amber Foley on January 7, 2022
I have only got to know you for almost 2 years but the times I got to spend with you were great. Marrying your son was the best thing I could of done. I was accepted into your family with open arms. I felt loves from the moment I met the family
Sitting there talking to you when we got come up was enjoyable. It was usually nursing stuff but that was just good for me. It showed me you accepted me. I am so glad we got to spend this last Christmas together as a true family. You were loved and are missed greatly. This last Christmas was the best for Jason I know. To see your face when you opened the gifts from was us was more than enough to make it the best day. It makes me happy to have the last name Foley. And when you held my hand for awhile at the hospital it made me grateful and happy. We love and miss you!
Posted by Becky Rector on January 7, 2022
You will be missed and we loved you. You were one of the best brother to grow up with. We had so much fun and so many memories. Love you

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Posted by Amber Foley on January 7, 2022
I have only got to know you for almost 2 years but the times I got to spend with you were great. Marrying your son was the best thing I could of done. I was accepted into your family with open arms. I felt loves from the moment I met the family
Sitting there talking to you when we got come up was enjoyable. It was usually nursing stuff but that was just good for me. It showed me you accepted me. I am so glad we got to spend this last Christmas together as a true family. You were loved and are missed greatly. This last Christmas was the best for Jason I know. To see your face when you opened the gifts from was us was more than enough to make it the best day. It makes me happy to have the last name Foley. And when you held my hand for awhile at the hospital it made me grateful and happy. We love and miss you!
Posted by Becky Rector on January 7, 2022
You will be missed and we loved you. You were one of the best brother to grow up with. We had so much fun and so many memories. Love you
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