It is with heavy hearts that we announce the way-too-early passing of Shea Foy. Like everything he did in life, he gave 200 percent for the last seven years fighting a fight no one has any business being involved in.
On the morning of June 27, surrounded by family and friends, Shea’s battle with a hateful brain tumour ended and he moves on at peace, cancer free. Shea was passionate about everything he did. His drive, his attitude, and his refusal to give up should be a lesson for all of us.
Shea took great pride in his 12 year professional career as a Project Manager and Estimator in the Pipeline Industry.
He worked in Grande Prairie and Calgary showing up every day, through everything, until the very end.
He is fiercely loved by his wife Natasha whose devotion and support are unmatchable on this planet. They had a beautiful life travelling the world’s sandy beaches and living their best life in their home in Calgary.
Shea is survived by his loving parents Jeff and Pam who are immensely proud of the man he became. Also by his siblings Kyran, Kaycee, and Quinn who will attempt, and likely come nowhere near, to live up to their amazing brother. He is further missed by a large and supportive extended family.
The Foy’s invite you to honour this great man in a Celebration of Life at the Moosomin Convention Center on July 6 at 2 pm. Bring your smiles, share your happy memories, and wear your Rider gear.
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