Robert Lee Foy
September 24, 1955  -  September 7, 2007

Robert Lee Foy

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Elmwood Funeral Home
5750 HWY 277 South
Abilene, TX  79606
Tuesday, September 11, 2007
5 to 7 PM
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Elmwood Funeral Home Chapel
5750 HWY 277 South
Abilene, TX  79606
Wednesday, September 12, 2007
2:00 PM
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MSGT Robert Lee Foy USAF retired, 51, died Friday, September 7, 2007 at his home in Merkel. BRBRHis funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 12th at the Elmwood Funeral Home Chapel, 5750 HWY 277 South with burial following in Elmwood Memorial Park. A reception will be held at the VFW Post 6873 immediately following the service. BRBRViewing and visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday at the funeral home. BRBRMr. Foy was born on September 24, 1955 in Mineral Wells. He lived in various places growing up as his dad traveled with the US Army. He enlisted in the US Air Force in 1974 and retired in 1996 after 22 years of service. After retirement he worked as an aircraft mechanic for Leir Seigler Inc and worked part time at the VFW Post 6873. Lee was very active with the VFW and in recent years took great joy in being a part of the VFW Motorcycle Group. When someone was in need Lee could always be counted on to lend a helping hand whether it be volunteering at the Jerry Lewis Telethon or helping with the VFW trash pick up. He was always a joker and labeled everyone close to him with their own nick name.BRBRSurvivors include his wife of 23 years, Fran Jeffers Foy of Merkel; his parents, Bob and Katherine Foy of Jacksonville Beach, Florida; three sons, Bill MacIntyre and wife Annette of San Antonio, Robert MacIntyre and wife Sylvia of Carrolton, Richard MacIntyre of San Antonio; one daughter, Felicia Soliz and husband Jason of Abilene; one sister, Annette Berrey of Jacksonville Beach, Florida; one brother, Allen Foy of Atlantic Beach, Florida; 13 grandchildren, numerous nieces and nephews, his puppy, Baby and a host of friends. BRBRLee was unable to volunteer at the Jerry Lewis Telethon this year so in lieu of flowers the family requests memorial donations are made to the Muscular Dystrophy Association, P.O. Box JERRY, Phoenix, AZ 85062-1111.BR


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  1. Jim & Marylyn Outlaw
    Arvada, CO

    Hi Fran, Seems like any more the only time old friends speak to one another is at times like this. We're deeply sorry to hear about Lee's passing. He was a great friend and great soldier. Ironically, we spoke of you guys a couple days ago. So sad. He was a good man, so he must be going to a better place. May God bless him, you and your family.
    Jim and Marylyn

  2. Carey TWA Weaver
    Tamaqua, PA

    To all of Lees loved ones: I thoroughly enjoyed working with Lee through the years as he always made me smile and laugh hysterically with his sense of humor.

    Carey L. TWA, USAF RET.

  3. Mark Donna Washburn
    Abilene, TX

    To Lees Family Please accept our deepest heartfelt sympathy. Lee was a good man who will be greatly missed. Know that we are here for you and you will be in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

  4. Cody English
    Abilene, TX

    I am so sorry for your loss. Lee was a good man. I have some good memories of laughs we had when I was working right out of high school at the Texaco station. He was a very helpful person. If I ever needed help with anything he wouldnt hesitate long enough to be asked to help. I am sad to hear hes gone but God did get a good man. If there is anything I can do please dont hesitate to call me. I am happy to help in anyway I can. If you need me call 3256601353. God Bless You All

  5. Ron Jeffers
    Calif City, CA

    Fran I love you sis wirh all my heart, I will always be there for you always and forever, remember Lee is with Marge now and we will all be together someday, Love you kid always and forever, your brother Ron

  6. Randall R. Cornell
    Abilene, TX

    Lee was a great friend and coworker. He will be sorely missed.


    Dearest Ones,
    Ronnie and I knew Lee through the Muscular Dystrophy Telethon. I was diagnosed with MD in 1996, and volunteered that same year, and have every year since then. Lee was a vital part of the team that made every years telethon so successful. When we got to the telethon this year, and we were going around greeting all our friends who volunteer year after year, I asked Ann where Lee was, and found out how very ill Lee was. He was a wonderful person, and we will miss him greatly.
    Please accept our condolances,
    Susan and Ronnie Pendleton

  8. Bill Jan Clossman
    Potosi/Abilene, TX

    There are no words that can ease your pain for this loss. We will always remember Lee Foy Boy as part of our military family which grew from base to base. We have such wonderful memories of the time we spent with him. You know he taught me how to drive a mule I hope you know that if you should need anything just let us know, we are only a phone call away. May comfort be close to you and your family in your time of need.

    Bill Jan Clossman

  9. Robert G. JeffersBROTHERINLAW
    Victorville, CA

    I want to thank you Lee for all the happiness you brought and gave to my Sister Fran and her children Billy, Bobby, Richard, and Felicia. The JEFFERS family well always remember and miss you. Ill meet you upstairs in Heaven side by side ridin the harleys together. My memories till we ride again.

  10. Kassandra Royer
    Abilene, TX

    I will always remember Lee as a joker and a good friend. I miss his smiles but know hes resting easy.

    Kassandra Royer
    aka Blondie

  11. Robert Rosenow
    , TX

    im so sorry to hear this. may God be with You in Your time of Sorrow.

  12. Jonathan Lindsey
    California City, CA

    Dear Fran

    From you Nephew Jonathan, I am sad for your loss, and I miss him already. I remember the first time i met Uncle lee at your house and he showed us the can and let us feed the animals. It was really cool, and a great time , But all those time will be remembered threw your family and ours..
    Love yo much

  13. Beverly D. Root
    California City, CA


    Me and Larry just want to let you know that we love you, and if you need us sister to talk to please call any time. We will try to come out tosee you more often then what we have been, just been very busy. I love you sis

    Love Always,

    Your Little Sister Always Beverly and brother in law Larry.
    We all love you baby girl.

  14. Annette MacIntyre
    San Antonio, TX

    In everything give thanks: for this is Gods Will for you in Christ Jesus.
    1Thessalonians 5:18

    I am very grateful for the 20 years, I have been a part of the Foy Family. And even more Blessed for knowing and loving Lee as my fatherinlaw.
    Love, Netzer

  15. Robert Syvianna MacIntyre
    Carrollton, TX

    Dear Grandpa we love and miss you very much I know that you are no longer in pain and god is taking care of you as you look down on all of us from heaven.

    I hope you enjoy riding that motorcycle in heaven :

    With all our love the grandkids Brendon, Brittiana, Bobby, Robert and Sylvia

  16. Felicia Soliz
    Abilene, TX

    My loving father is always in my heart. He will never be forgotten. I have cherished the time I had with him. My kids will know about their grandpa and how he was the greatest man in the world

  17. Bill Annette Macintyre
    San Antonio, TX

    We Loved him very much and hell will be missed but never forgotten.God Bless You.

    Bill Annette

  18. John Moschos
    Fort Worth, TX

    After 27 years its going to hard to know your not there when I need you. Weve always been there for one another. I wont have that net anymore. Youll be missed.

  19. Mike Travieso
    Merkel, TX

    I wanted to send my condolences to the Foy family. I was a co worker of his at LSI. He will be missed. Godspeed Lee.

  20. Ursula and Roger Sellers
    Abilene, TX

    Our deepest sympathy goes out to Fran and the extended family. Lee was like a brother to everyone he met and will be missed greatly. Rest in peace, Lee.

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