Mr. Foley was a loving son, brother, uncle, nephew, great-nephew and cousin.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Daniel Jerome Sr. and Barbara Ann, nee Naegeli, Foley.
Surviving are four brothers, Kevin (Debbie) Foley and children Dustin and Bryce,
Mark Foley and children Alec and Natalie,
Brian (Kris) Foley and children Benjamin, Emma and Patrick,
Dennis Foley and daughter Brooke;
one sister, Katie (Shawn) Montague and children Julianne, Alayna and Nolan;
and aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Condolences may be expressed online at www.rennerfh.com.
Private family services were held.
Danny lived life with excitement and energy from the start. He was fun to babysit and take places with his brothers and double cousins when he was a growing boy…I could see his joy for the new and untried.He was artist and creative. His ice carvings were beautiful, I loved the eight foot tree trunk in my yard that he transformed into a monk. He was a self taught chef who loved creativing something good to eat. We will miss him. Danny accepted his dying with courage and dignity. We are consoled by knowing he lived the life wanted the way he wanted.
Dennis Naegeli, Saint Louis, MO, 63116
Our condolences to your family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Jim and Susan Schaefer
Jim and Susie Schaefer, Waterloo, Illinois, 62298
My brother Daniel loved awing people with his creativeness, whether it be delicious gourmet food, beautiful flower arrangements, or animated jokes or stories. He showed his love through his God given ability for creativeness. The last few years of his life were spent creating delicious foods for the elderly people at various retirement/care facilities. He will forever be loved and missed for his tender and creative heart.
Katie Montague, Belleville, IL, 62221