Marlin Buck' Edwin Foley

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July 10, 1943 ~ June 18, 2019

Resided in: Pueblo West, CO

Marlin 'Buck' Edwin Foley, 75, passed away on June 18, 2019. Survived by children, Timothy Paul Foley of Pueblo and Cynthia Foley Morris of Colorado Springs; siblings, David (Lori) Foley of Oklahoma, Hampton W. (Mabel) Foley, Ronald Foley, Leatrice Grubb, Arnesa (Carl) Lind and Patricia (Stan) Quillen all of Virginia and Kathy Bennett of West Virginia; numerous nieces and nephews; and former spouse, Peggy Hise Foley of Pueblo. Preceded in death by parents; and brothers, Kevin Foley and Larry Foley. Buck was born to Hampton C. and Mary M. (Via) Foley on July 10, 1943, in Mt. Sidney, Va. Buck grew up in Virginia and and served in the United States Navy from 1961-1963. He moved his family to La Junta, Colorado in 1981. He worked as an electrician throughout the United States and overseas. He joined the IBEW local 12 in Pueblo in 1993 and retired as a journeyman electrician in 2008. He enjoyed traveling, hunting and loved his dog and horses. He was an avid horseman and for many years attended Cheyenne Frontier Days in Wyoming. He was usually found building or fixing things around the house and on warm days would enjoy sitting on the patio drinking a cold beer. He would often open his home to friends and family as he loved to entertain. His greatest joys were his children and enjoyed celebrating in their lives and accomplishments. Buck loved spending time with his children and family in Oklahoma and Virginia. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. Memorial service, 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept 12, 2019, at Salem Evangelical Church, Mt. Sidney, Va. Online condolences,

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  1. Dearest Tim, Cyndy, and Peggy…my thoughts and prayers are with all of you tonight. May the good Lord shower your family with blessings and know that “Buck” is in a better place free of pain.

  2. So sorry for your loss.I hadn’t seen Buck for several years but we were cousins and I always was glad to see him when he came to family reunion

  3. We are so sooty for your loss. Many sweet memories of our times in LaJunta. We love you. Todd and Mary Jaco

  4. I am honored and blessed to have known your Dad. He was truly a blessing in my life in my younger days. I will miss him!

  5. Peggy, Tim and Cyndi,

    With sincere sympathy for your loss. Remembering with you, the life who was so important to each of you.

  6. Rest easy Uncle Buck. Although you have left many that loved you ….you have now joined those who loved you as well.

  7. Peggy, Tim and Cyndi,
    Sorry for your loss. May God comfort you in the days ahead. Will always remember the good times we all had when you lived here in Virginia. Take care and will be thinking of you.

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