Dave Foy Obituary, Death – David L. Foy, a resident of Rock Island, Illinois, passed away in the comfort of his own home, surrounded by his loved ones and hospice caregivers, while he was receiving treatment from hospice. David L. Foy had passed away quietly while receiving care from hospice. Visitation will begin on Sunday at the Wheelan-Pressly Funeral Home and Crematory in Milan. The funeral home and crematory is located in Milan. This area is where the deceased are laid to rest once their lives have ended. The funeral service will take place at the Wheelan-Pressly Funeral Home and Crematory in Milan at two o’clock in the afternoon on Monday.
If you are able, please consider making a contribution to the family in memory of the deceased. David Foy was brought into the world on October 14, 1942 by his parents, Charles and Olive (Hoover) Foy, who at the time were residing in the city of Davenport, Iowa. His formative years were spent at Rock Island, and he also completed his secondary education and received his diploma there. His formative years were spent there.
After working at Eagle’s in a variety of roles for a total of sixteen years, David was finally given the opportunity to lead the retail establishment as its manager. After that, he found work as a truck driver for Holland Motor, where he remained until the year 2004, when he made the final decision to retire.
In the Nazarene Church in East Moline, Illinois, on the 12th of February in 1961, he wed the woman who would later become his wife. Shirley Engelken’s. The ceremony took place on that particular day in question. The couple ultimately established their permanent residence in Rock Island, and it was there that they brought up their two children. They were involved in some way or another with the Southpark Presbyterian Church, which is where they were members.
David was a dedicated angler who spent a considerable portion of his life competing in bass fishing tournaments. He was victorious in a number of these competitions, which he participated in throughout his life. Apple Canyon Lake was a frequent destination for him when he went fishing, which was one of his favorite pastimes and occupations.
Shirley, his wife of 61 years, his children Penny K. Foy and Dana L. (Earl) Fuller, his grandchildren Morgan Othmer, Amanda Johnson, and Zachary Othmer, his great-grandchildren Kaylynn and Peyton Rule, as well as Aubree Othmer, and his siblings Charlie Foy and Susan Vogele are among those who are left behind after his passing. When he died away, his parents and two of his sisters, Judy Kneeland and Rebecca Foy, were already on the other side. Additionally, his grandparents had already made the transition.