Walter Anthony FOLEY Jr.

29 January , 195014 August , 2019

Walter Anthony FOLEY was born on 29 January , 1950 and passed away on 14 August , 2019.


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Walter Anthony FOLEY Jr.

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Fredrick Macari

24 August 2019

I played on stage with Tony many nights, many songs sung together, many memories made. The last several years we reconnected as he spent summers in Rhode Island and got to know my wife Margaret and sons Matthew and Daniel who are also musicians. Evenings spent drinking wine and remembering old times that my family really enjoyed, Tomy remembered things that I had long ago forgotten! Part of my life passed with him and summers won't be quite the same. Love to Lindsay and all those who cared for him, rest in peace my musical friend.

carole sechrest

16 August 2019

tony was my sons (troy alward) best friend for years. he was a permanent fixture at all my parties, xmas, thanksgiving, birthdays. even though he was 6 years younger than me i thought of him as another son..
many memories such as when i visited troy and tony in cape cod one summer. what fun was had by all
he will be missed by all those who new him..he was one of if a kind

rest in peace my dear friend
sing for all of GOD*S angels

Troy Alward

15 August 2019

I took this picture of Tony while he was singing at a resort on Myrtle Beach.

Troy Alward

15 August 2019

Tony was like a brother to me. Friends for 31 years, roommates on multiple occasions over the years. Plenty of good times, wild stories and some heartbreak.
There was the time we tried to sneak in the back to a concert in Hyannis and ended up hanging out Mitch Rider.
He had a sharp sense of humor that always showed up when he performed. The man loved his music.
When he set his mind to something, he was relentless in is pursuit.
You will be sorely missed my BROTHER!! R.I.P.!!

Dave Wall

14 August 2019

Tony and I met our freshman year at URI and we remained friends over all the years since. I will miss my friend and favorite wild man of rock 'n' roll. God bless Tony, rest in peace.