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Larry Allen Foy

Larry Allen Foy, born Dec. 28, 1942 in Grand Forks, ND, died Jan 4, 2007 at North Memorial Hospital, Robbinsdale, MN. Preceded in death by his parents, Amy & Harry Foy; son, James Allen Foy; brother in-law, Robby Trainer. Survived by loving w...

Larry Allen Foy, born Dec. 28, 1942 in Grand Forks, ND, died Jan 4, 2007 at North Memorial Hospital, Robbinsdale, MN. Preceded in death by his parents, Amy & Harry Foy; son, James Allen Foy; brother in-law, Robby Trainer. Survived by loving wife of nearly 40 years, Lana; daughters, Sarah (Dan) Kempf, Shelly (Travis) Tuma, son, Randy (Michelle); daughter in-law, Cathy Foy; grandchildren, Amy, Andrew, Ally, Tanner, Tate, Jaxon, Meghan, and Breanna; sisters, Bev (Steve) Kronsberg, Jean Trainer, and brother, Doug (Diane) Foy; many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Graduate of Grand Forks Central H.S. and attended UND. Manager of Universal Title Insurance Co. from 1979 until retiring in 2003. He coached Little League baseball for many years and was an avid sports fan. Dearest, loving husband, father, brother, uncle and friend. He lived for his family and loved summers with them at the cabin on beautiful Swan Lake. He recently celebrated 25 years of sobriety and was a devoted member of A.A. He will be loved and missed forever. "My darling sweetie, you will be in my heart forever - Lan.' Mass of Christian Burial 10:30 a.m., Monday, Jan 8 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church - 8701 36th Ave N. - New Hope, MN (763-544-3352) Visitation is at church 1 hour before. Cremation Society of Minnesota, Brooklyn Park, 763-560-3100

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