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60) a student  Male
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Sunday, September 25, 2011 08:27 PM Write a comment

it was amazing to hear tommys story and it was very moving
59) John millspaugh  Male
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Saturday, September 24, 2011 07:20 PM Write a comment

My mother's sister was Mary Mulvaney Foley.Mary's husband was Tim.They lived in NYC.
My wife and I will be viewing the movie about Thomas in October.
58) Michael Clarke  Male
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Orangeburg, NY Location
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Tuesday, September 20, 2011 09:10 AM Write a comment

Tommy, myself and 1 other person had permission to hunt John Collins property on Clausland mountain. 1998 was the first time I had met Tommy. For three great years I had the pleasure of Tommy sneaking up on me and catching me by surprise. Always a big smile and a "see any good one's yet " Then he would walk away as quietly as he came. This is how I like to remember Tommy. Every year on opening day of bow season I go into the woods with no bow as that day for the last 10 years has been reserved for my friend Tommy. Happy hunting buddy and thanks for the memories.
57) M W Gregory  Male
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Valley Ranch, North Texas USA Location
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Monday, September 19, 2011 10:54 PM Write a comment

For any of y'all out there that didn't get to attend the premiere of The Foley family's loving tribute to Tommy, or haven't purchased the DVD yet..... I strongly urge y'all to get your copy as soon as you can!
You will see how life is suppose to be lived and enjoyed. This wonderful inspirational film should be watched by everyone.Tommy was not only a brave hero, he sets a great example of the value of friendships, brotherhood, courage, and dedication to all areas of life. The stories of his compassion will move you to tears. They broke the mold casting after they made this man!!

It is said that a mans's TRUE wealth is measured by the number of friends he has.........Tommy Foley IS the wealthiest man I never had the pleasure of meeting and I regret it so much.
God Bless him, his family, and friends. A lot of love is evident here!!!
56) Julie Lynn  Female
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Carmichael CA Location
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Sunday, September 18, 2011 01:20 PM Write a comment

I had the honor of holding a card of the American flag with Thomas J. Foley's name on it at a San Francisco Giants game on September 11, 2011. Every fan at the game that day held a card with the one of the many names of people that lost their lives 10 years ago. I wanted to know more about the person I represented. I will never forget this American hero.
55) Liam  Male
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Sligo, Ireland Location
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Wednesday, September 14, 2011 07:08 PM Write a comment

Just heard about Tommy's story today - when the word legend is used nowadays it is almost done so casually. Never was there a person who deserves this title more. Thanks to his family for keeping Tommy's legacy very much alive. God bless Tommy always. RIP.
54) Linda Magala  Female
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Mahwah, NJ Location
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Tuesday, September 13, 2011 05:36 PM Write a comment

All I can say is AWESOME! I never knew Tommy; but just the visit I made to the Cabin and now the Documentary.....I feel like I now know him. It was so wonderfully done. So much love and dignity! God Bless all of you. You can be sure Tommy is watching over all of you...Giddy Up!!!!
53) Linda Navarra  Female
Location:
Morris Plains, N.J. Location
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Monday, September 12, 2011 09:11 PM Write a comment

Forever alive in the hearts who loved him.....R.I.P.
52) Sean McNicholas  Male
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Monday, September 12, 2011 08:35 AM Write a comment

Paul Kraft and I are BEST friends, and I have kept up and with Tommy's legacy as a great friend, and such an inspirational part of your family. God Bless you all....the pain never goes away, but bearing his loss becomes a bit easier as time passes. I hope you have found peace knowing all the good he did, and the rest he now enjoys with the Lord.
Sean
51) Shani  Female
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Sunday, September 11, 2011 10:07 PM Write a comment

God Bless you. I heard about you on a television documentary and your story has stayed with me. God Bless your soul.
50) Josephine Laliberte  Female
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Adams, MA Location
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Sunday, September 11, 2011 09:42 PM Write a comment

To the Foly Family. My husband and I also heard Father Boyle's sermon today about Tommy. It was so moving that I had to go home and look up this page. Father CJ, the priest who found Tommy's picture, is probably one of the most caring priest that I have ever met. It's so moving that Father CJ and
Tommy came together through a picture
without a name. I am so thankful that
we got to hear and read about Tommy.
He must have been a wonderful person.
His smile and eyes radiates a beautiful
personality.
49) Darrell  Male
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Laurel Hill Florida Location
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Sunday, September 11, 2011 09:24 PM Write a comment

After 9-11 2001 I saw a list of names of those who passed away from the attacks. My last name is Foley and Thomas Foley jumped out to me. I wanted to know about this hero Thomas. Tonight ten years later I got on line to see if I could find info on this young man I seen on that list many years ago. I plan to buy the video. Thank you for your service Mr. Foley. God bless you and your family.
48) Andrew McGlamery  Male
Location:
Mechanicsville, VA Location
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Sunday, September 11, 2011 08:15 PM Write a comment

Only saw Tommy one time, in Cancun, Mexico, 1999. Went there for my 30th birthday party and there were two men, having a lot of fun in the pool. One was introducing himself to most people saying, "My name is Tom Foley, F-O-L-E-Y, Foley!" He seemed to have a zest for life and fun and did so for the three days we shared the resort with him. Two years later, my wife and I were reading a magazine (maybe People) that listed some of those who were lost on 9/11. Tom Foley was among those and we both instantly recognized him. It was his flair, laughter and vibrance that we remembered. The world is a little darker without him.
47) Denise  Female
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nanuet Location
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Sunday, September 11, 2011 07:49 PM Write a comment

Tommy was an amazing man he always had a smile for everyone he was and always will be an AMAZING man
46) Dave Levin (1 of 4)  Male
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Sunday, September 11, 2011 06:59 PM Write a comment

In February of 2008 I was visiting New York City and, like many Americans, found myself drawn to Ground Zero to both tour and try and visualize for myself the horror that was 9/11. It was a moving experience to say the least, made even more so my guide, the pleasant and very personable Pat Foley. Pat moved with us from location to location filling us with the kinds of facts and figures you would expect from a tour guide. There was something a bit compelling though in her narrative that made everything she was telling us seem very personal. At some point during our walk around the various areas she revealed that her son was a New York Firefighter, a source of obvious pride to her, but which filled me with an uncomfortable sense of foreboding. I remember whispering to my companion at the time that I had a bad feeling about this, a feeling that was sadly justified towards the end of our tour when she revealed to us the circumstances of her son's death.
45) Dave Levin (4 of 4)  Male
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Sunday, September 11, 2011 06:58 PM Write a comment

It has been ten years to the day since this senseless tragedy and like many people in this country today I have spend a good deal of my day watching coverage of the various events occurring around the nation. And I have been thinking a lot about Fireman Thomas Foley and his family. Especially Pat. I know that someday I will return to New York City and one of the first things I will do is head over to the Memorial I saw dedicated today and run my fingers over the name Thomas J Foley. And I will remember.
44) Dave Levin (3 of 4)  Male
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Sunday, September 11, 2011 06:57 PM Write a comment

At the conclusion of our tour I had the chance to speak briefly with Pat to thank her for her time and to offer my condolences for her loss. I was struck by how gracious she was and by what seemed like her determination to take a tragic and deeply personal situation and try to take something positive away from it by conducting these tours and in doing so, keeping the memory of her son alive. I remember she thanked me for coming and for my kind words and I think we even hugged. Before we parted company she offered me a prayer card with Tommy's picture and the Fireman's prayer on the back. It was a gift I cherish to this day.
43) Dave Levin (2 of 4)  Male
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Sunday, September 11, 2011 06:55 PM Write a comment

Prior to this, I certainly found the events of that day mind numbingly reprehensible and horrible beyond imagination - and who didn't? It's still almost beyond comprehension that something so terrible actually happened, but of course happen it did. But I live in Los Angeles and this was New York and I had always felt a little detached from the whole thing. Until this day. Until I was actually standing there and seeing things for myself. And spending some time with Pat. Obviously the events of 9/11 had had a profound impact on Pat and now, suddenly, seven years later, they were having a profound impact on me as well. Suddenly it was personal. Suddenly it was real.
42) Michael White  Male
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Tampa FL Location
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Sunday, September 11, 2011 04:07 PM Write a comment

This was an amazing video. I sat with my wife Brenda and my 2 year old son and watched it over and over. My wife and I cried. While she did not Know Tom she hears the stories I tell of the things our group did while growing up. Tom was an amazing person and he lived each day the way he wanted to live. I went to school with Tom from grade School thru high school. I knew Tom well. He was a good man and his spirit lives on in all that knew him. I think about him often.
41) patricia  Female
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netherlands Location
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Sunday, September 11, 2011 02:49 PM Write a comment

Hi

Just watched a documentary about firefighters on 9/11.
i'm broken with tears again. I can't imagine what is is like for the family.

my thoughts go out for you and your family
40) Deanna Weber  Male
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United States Location
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Sunday, September 11, 2011 02:17 PM Write a comment

Hi, my name is Rocky Thomas Weber and I am 9 years old. My mom and I have been sharing the day remembering all the brave people that perished on 9/11. In the months that followed the attacks, my family was touched by the stories of true heroism and saw a picture of Joanne and Danny in the Life One Nation book. Now that I am old enough to somewhat understand what happened 10 years ago, my parents helped me look up the man I am named after. I hope that I can lead a life as inspirational as Thomas Foley did. I pray that Thomas Foley looks down on us from heaven and continues to keep us safe.

Rocky Thomas Weber and mom
39) Tiffany Tann  Female
Location:
San Diego, CA Location
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Sunday, September 11, 2011 12:55 PM Write a comment

I never met Tommy but was married to Sean, his cousin. I heard so many wonderful things about him...I am a flight attendant who was flying that terrible day...It is the heros like Tommy that make our world safe today...He gave the ultimate sacrafice for the safety of others, and he will never be forgotten.
Much Love,
Tiffany Tann (Foley)

jess Saturday, November 15, 2014 03:20 AM
Can u email me please Tiffany?

newmexjess@gmail.com
38) Rosemarie Eppenstine  Female
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Trenton, New Jersey Location
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Sunday, September 11, 2011 11:17 AM Write a comment

I didn't know your son but Tom and my son Jeff shared a couple happenings together, they both were in People's Magazine article 100 Most Eligible Bachelors. Jeff met Tom and thought he was a really nice guy. They also guest bartended in Philadelphia together and had alot of fun with all the girls that came to the bar to meet them. It was a special night and so was the party in NY People gave them. It was so hard for
me to believe alittle over a year later Tom would be gone. To his family, fire department family, friends, Tom will never be forgotten. He gave his life so that others could be saved. He truly is a Hero!!!!! God Bless him, his family and his fellow firefighters.
Tom will never be forgotten. 9-11 will never be forgotten by anyone in this country. It was the day that shocked America and somehow through the sadness of all that was lost, pulled the country back together. Rosemarie Eppenstine
37) PAULA BOWERS  Female
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BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND Location
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Sunday, September 11, 2011 10:36 AM Write a comment

R.I.P. TOMMY SUCH A BEAUTIFUL MAN GONE BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN confused frown XX
36) Denisedoolan118@eircom.net  Female
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Sunday, September 11, 2011 09:42 AM Write a comment

Hi Joanne just wanted to extend our thoughts and best wishes to you and your family today on this sad day we are here watching the tributes on tv from Ireland Denise, Carmel, Colm, Mary Doolan and family x
35) Sonja  Female
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NYC Location
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Sunday, September 11, 2011 01:48 AM Write a comment

You are so missed...
34) Tom McDermott  Male
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Saturday, September 10, 2011 08:17 PM Write a comment

Joanne, Tommy lives on in every single one of us. My entire family sat in awe as the documentary played. Thank you and your entire family for a breath taking evening.
Tom McDermott
33) Jeanne Garofano  Female
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Adams, MA Location
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Saturday, September 10, 2011 07:04 PM Write a comment

When I went to mass today, our priest, Fr. Dan Boyle gave a sermon about Tommy. He told us how him and a friend and fellow priest, Fr. C.J. had gone to pay their respects to all that died on 9/11. While they were there Fr. C. J. looked down on the ground and saw a picture of a young fireman. He picked it up and looked at it. There was no name or writing on the picture. He put it in his pocket and brought it home with him, where he put it on his bureau. Every day for the last 10 years he has said a prayer for this young man, and hoped someday to find out who he was. About 1 year ago he was giving a sermon and showed the picture of the young man. After church a NY fireman, who was on vacation in the Berkshires, went to talk to Fr. C.J. and said he didn't know who the fireman was, but he would find out. Within days he heard from the fireman that had been in church that day and found out that the picture was of Thomas J. Foley. He contacted the family and said he would like to meet them at some time in the future. On Thursday, Fr. C.J and Fr. Dan Boyle went to see the documentary that was made of Tommy, and met the family. This was a very touching story and I just wanted to let you know how touched we all were by it.
32) Rick Samuels  Male
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Double R Rodeo Company Location
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Saturday, September 10, 2011 02:01 PM Write a comment

Hello Foley Family... I'm honored that you included the picture I shot of Tommy at the Meadowlands Rodeo.
Tommy's rodeo family still misses him!
Hope you are all well... Stay safe Rescue3!
Rick
31) Trish Brady O'Connell  Female
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Phoenix, AZ. Location
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Saturday, September 10, 2011 01:47 PM Write a comment

I sat at my computer and just cried and cried looking at all the beautiful and touching photos of Tommy and his "life". I wish I had known him. I lived in Pearl River for 11 years, from 1999 until 2010, and I always felt the love and adoration everyone had for Tommy. May God watch over him and his family.
30) Rhoda Floyd  Female
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Saturday, September 10, 2011 11:25 AM Write a comment

Through this wonderful documentary, Tommy Foley continues to bless the lives of others through his simple message of obedience to authority, be it family or the chain of command and his belief in living each day to the fullest, because tomorrow is not promised. This is such a special message for exactly this time when there are many who contemplate giving up. Much respect to such a strong and caring family. Kudos to his sister for obeying the call of her heart to share her brother with the world. This seed will reap a harvest that could not be imagined, because I was really touched and I am sure others were and will be too. Thanks for sharing both Tommy's story and his family's incredible strength and tenacity in dealing with such a horrific loss of such a special individual. His warm spirit came right through the screen and greeted us.
29) Ken Holvig  Male
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New City Location
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Saturday, September 10, 2011 09:54 AM Write a comment

I was so moved seeing the documentary in Suffern last night. My wife never met Tommy but left with the same pulled heartstrings after experiencing the obvious grace and love of Tommy. I was Tommy's HS English teacher at Clarkstown South. I had the privilege, also, of announcing Viking football games. Over the past 39 he years, I have taught hundreds of students. You don't remember them all. Some, you always remember. Tommy was one of those "keepers," always respectful, personable, happy and giving. I am so proud to see the man he became and to share in the celebration of his life. I am still teaching (in Scarsdale) and purchased the DVD to show to our middle school students. We can all learn so much from the life of Tommy! Thanks for giving us this gift!
28) Anthony DeNome  Male
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Houston, Texas Location
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Saturday, September 10, 2011 07:28 AM Write a comment

It was an honor knowing him and I will do my best to be everything he stood for!!....... This nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave. ~Elmer Davis
27) carol mellor  Female
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Blackpool England Location
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Saturday, September 10, 2011 01:35 AM Write a comment

On this anniversary of 9/11 ten years on prayers to all who were lost that day.Of the terrible events that unfolded the incredible photos have left images we will never forget.May we remember the firefighters all 343 who lost there lives so braveley and to hero Thomas J Foley who's legacy has left his family so proud.
26) George Hoehmann  Male
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Nanuet Location
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Saturday, September 10, 2011 12:29 AM Write a comment

I was so moved seeing the documentary Thursday night. This evening my family and I sat down and watched it at home. The film was tough to watch--Tommy frozen in time--it just tears your heart out. I still see him doing his little dance, playfully teasing and hear him saying giddy up to dare somebody to do something. The film made that come back as well and all the other things we recall. But best of all my kids--the two youngest who were too young to know Tommy now have a way to "know him." They see him in old photos and have heard the stories we have relayed about his heroism, kindness and generosity of spirit--thanks to you and this film my kids now know more and have a way to always remember him. Thank you Foley family--God Bless You Tommy we all still miss and love you. Rest in Peace Until We All Meet Again.
25) Donna (Sumner) Dow  Female
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E. Hampstead, NH Location
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Friday, September 9, 2011 07:31 PM Write a comment

My brother, Cliff, was a friend of Tommy's and a fellow bullrider. He asked me to check out this site. What a beautiful tribute to a man taken too soon. God Bless the Foley Family and everyone involved in making the site and the documentary. Work well done.
24) steve and evelyn anastos  Male
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Stamford, CT Location
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Friday, September 9, 2011 09:17 AM Write a comment

Thanks to Joanne, the Foley family and friends and Filmmaker Anthony Fiore for such an inspiring film we watched last night in Suffern. As Joanne mentioned in her remarks, "I hope you all take something away from this"..How right she was ..we are humbled by the accomplishments of Tommy and by the life he led. If we are able to do half of what Tommy did it will be a victory! Although we only knew him briefly we are proud and priviliged to have met this extraordinary individual who obviously cared about everyone else first and himself a distant second. God bless him and his legacy that shall live on.
23) Joyce Morrison  Female
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Somerville MA Location
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Thursday, September 8, 2011 11:44 PM Write a comment

I can't believe its been ten years. Sometimes it seems like yesterday and the tears still come. Thank you for making this film. Tommy lived life to its fullest and encouraged others to do the same. Those of us who were lucky enough to know Tommy are better for knowing him and this film will help others know him. God bless you all.
22) gale latkovic  Female
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suffern Location
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Thursday, September 8, 2011 06:32 PM Write a comment

What a beautiful young man! So incredibly sorry for his loss. I am not known by any of the family members. Just very moved at his courage, and very sad for the family and his mother and father whom he left behind. No matter what, they should be very proud of Tommy.
Many hugs and many tears.
21) Judy Cherbonneau  Female
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Claremont, NH Location
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Thursday, September 8, 2011 12:55 PM Write a comment

What a beautiful tribute to your beloved Tommy. He was an amazing person, inside and out. God bless him and your whole family.
20) Kerry Siragusa  Female
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Middletown, NY Location
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Wednesday, September 7, 2011 01:38 PM Write a comment

I had met Tommy only a few times, and you and your family after his passing. I felt the love and closeness you all have and you should all be proud of both his and your accomplishments. You show that through the strength and love of family his legacy and all the others who perished on that day will always be remembered.
19) Isaias Rodriguez  Male
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United States Location
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Tuesday, September 6, 2011 02:06 PM Write a comment

Tommy, you'll never be forgotten, IROD R5 BPT, CT.
18) martina flynn  Female
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Ferbane, Ireland Location
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Tuesday, September 6, 2011 09:14 AM Write a comment

Congratulations on the completion of this special documentary. What a truly wonderful way to celebrate Tommy's life.We remember Tommy and you, his lovely family at this time of his 10th anniversary and many times throughtout the years. Our thoughts and prayers are with you,

Love from your cousins in Ireland. xxx
17) Kim Goldsmith  Female
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Rye, NY Location
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Monday, September 5, 2011 01:42 PM Write a comment

Thank you so much to the Foley family for making this documentary and hosting this wonderful event. I wouldn't miss it. I am proud to be able to help celebrate the life of a true American hero.
16) Cindy  Female
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Highland Falls, NY Location
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Sunday, September 4, 2011 08:41 PM Write a comment

Ten years... You are & always will be missed Tommy! Now others will see what your loved ones already know: what a truly inspiring human being you are & the example that set in your life everyday when they see the documentary on your life. :0) Thank you for living in such a way, that your legacy has affected others in such a monumental way! smile
15) Maxine  Female
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Sunday, September 4, 2011 06:06 PM Write a comment

When the Sept. 11th tragedy occurred I remember thinking that the only two firefighters I knew of from this area were Greg Sikorsky and Tommy Foley and they must be ok. I was devastated to learn that they both perished that day.My daughter and I went to Tommy's funeral (and later, Greg's) and were blown away by the sheer amount of people who attended. Most of us never even made it inside. We have loved ones in the cemetery where he rests and we never fail to stop and pay our respects.We have never forgotten him or his family and we are so honored to be able to attend the screening of his sister's labor of love! Thank you!
14) Kate Sama  Female
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West Nyack Location
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Saturday, September 3, 2011 05:08 PM Write a comment

You've kept your son's memory so vivid and alive and I admire you for that. He is not forgotten.
13) Lisa Harrison  Female
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Manchester, England Location
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Thursday, September 1, 2011 04:13 PM Write a comment

I myself am a British citizen and was only 11 years old when 9/11 tragically occurred. 10 years on I find the stories of these remarkable fire fighters utterly incredible. In such a time where as a race we look at humanity and fear that such hatred could cause such a vast amount of human life to be destroyed, it is men, heroic and brave like Thomas Foley who restore my faith. Such brave actions and to help voluntarily make him the biggest hero in my eyes. He was remarkable and to say his family, friends, and any acquaintance should be proud is an understatement!

I will be saying a prayer for all those who fell victim to the attack and their families of that horrible day. Thomas Foley will always be in my thoughts. A truly courageous man, America should be honoured to be blessed with such wonderful men.

My thoughts and condolences on this 10th anniversary coming up.

Lisa
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12) Bob  Male
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AL. Location
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Thursday, September 1, 2011 12:02 PM Write a comment

Rip Tommy you are a true hero! I'm a firefighter myself and we all as brothers remember the 343 firefighters that were lost on this terrible day!

Thanks Tommy for being a hero on Sept 11, 2011
11) Dennis & Susan Curry  Male
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New Fairfield CT Location
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Wednesday, August 24, 2011 10:24 PM Write a comment

We were lucky enough to be able to call Tommy a friend. Our son Ian, started to rodeo around the same time as Tommy. He took him under his wing and we never worried when they were travelling together. He was a beautiful person both inside and out. Great sense of humor and a warm heart. We miss you Tommy, and not a day goes by when we don't think of you. I'm sure we always will. We hope to see you again someday. Love to the family.
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Tommy
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