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Carrie Rae Coonrod, 19, was described by friends as extremely shy and very cautious and the last person they expected to be a crime victim. She even avoided driving at night.

In Minneapolis, MN, May 28, 1988 Carrie was brutally murdered in a parking ramp while going to a job interview, by a recently released sex offender who was'nt deterred by the bright lighting in the parking ramp.

16 days later June 12, 1988 Mary Foley, 35 was assaulted and murdered in another parking ramp. The perpetrator here was also a registered sex offender on a rampage, negligently released into society by judical officals. I'll introduce Mary Foley later.
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Woman slain in parking ramp; man held
Published on May 28, 1988
By Mark Brunswick; Staff Writer

A 19-year-old business student on her way to a job interview was stabbed to death Friday morning in a downtown Minneapolis parking garage, attacked by a man police say may be responsible for another attack in a downtown parking garage about two months ago.

Carrie Coonrod, a native of Eau Claire, Wis., was attacked in the fourth level of the Energy Center Park, 324 S. 9th St.

The 39-year-old suspect was arrested in an Eagan apartment building about 2 1/2 hours
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Unprovoked attacks have become fact of modern life
Published on June 1, 1988, 1018 words
By Dan Oberdorfer; Kate Parry; Staff Writers

Attacks by strangers are supposed to be rare occurrences. But last week's murder of a young woman in a parking ramp and the kidnapping of another from an office building five days earlier has raised the anxiety level of many women who work in downtown Minneapolis.

Sue Bromen said she felt secure at work until last week. On Tuesday the nighttime word processor at a downtown law firm called a police supply store to buy some Mace, and perhaps even a stun gun, because she walks
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Murder suspect no stranger to police, 936 words
Published on June 1, 1988
By Mark Brunswick; Staff Writer

The man accused of murdering Carrie Coonrod in a downtown Minneapolis parking garage had been arrested on theft charges in March after allegedly sexually harassing women at Eagan and Mound fitness clubs.

But Thomas Schwartz, a 39-year-old convicted sex offender who was freed from a Nebraska prison in March, was released by a Dakota County judge, who ruled that his arrest was improper.

A Dakota County attorney had asked for a high bail in that case, saying even
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Bail is set at $500,000 for man accused of killing woman in Minneapolis parking ramp
Published on June 2, 1988, 255 words
By Staff Writer News Services

Thomas Robert Schwartz, accused in the slaying of Carrie Coonrod in a downtown Minneapolis parking garage, made an initial appearance in court on Wednesday and was ordered held in lieu of $500,000 bail.

Police are continuing to investigate whether Schwartz, 39, was involved in several other sexual assaults in downtown Minneapolis and in the Burnsville area, Minneapolis police said.

Coonrod, a 19-year-old legal secretarial student from Eau Claire, Wis., was stabbed to
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After slaying, others think back and shiver, 767 words
Published on June 3, 1988
By Doug Grow; Staff Writer

The father of one of the women who apparently were harassed by this man named Thomas Schwartz still shakes his head at the fates.

"I told my daughter, `My gosh, you was so darn lucky. It could have been you.' It was strange. She had been just talking about this guy who had been harassing her, wondering what had happened to him and then this came up," the father said.

What had happened to 39-year-old Thomas Schwartz is that he had been charged
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Despite a death, parking ramps getting safer
Published on June 6, 1988, 821 words
By Chuck Haga; Staff Writer

Carrie Coonrod died under bright lights.

Her violent, apparently random death came in the morning of May 27 in a downtown Minneapolis parking garage. She was 19, about to finish business school, on her way to a job interview. Police say Thomas Schwartz, 39, stalked her, stabbed her, then left her to die. He has been charged with murder.

But the killing wasn't part of any trend to violent crime in Twin Cities parking ramps, according to police.
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« Reply #1 on: Mar 24th, 2005, 09:38am »

The Staff of the Startribune kindly released these articles to help us memorialise Carrie Coonrod and another article dedicated to Mary Foley will be posted later. Special thanks to the Startribune for caring! Such stories are usually inaccessible after 5 years.
Carrie Rae Coonrod, January 4, 1969-May 27,1988
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Murder victim had high hopes for life in Cities
By Kurt Chandler; Star Tribune Staff Writer
June 1, 1988
The bright lights of the Twin Cities thrilled Carrie Coonrod. The 19-year-old business student would drive the I-694/494 beltway with her roommate at night, awed by the sparkling skylines and stirred by the Cities' possibilities.
Coonrod grew up in Eau Claire, Wis., population 55,000, where one of the major attractions was twin shopping malls near her parents' home. She moved into an apartment in New Brighton last summer with 19-year-old Lisa Rezac from Le Center, Minn.
The Cities held job opportunities and excitement for the two young women. Both had plans for careers as paralegal secretaries in the Cities. Both had plans to celebrate their graduation from Minneapolis Business College next Friday and plans to move to a new apartment this weekend.
On Friday, those plans changed. Coonrod was stabbed to death in a Minneapolis parking garage on her way to her first formal job interview, at a law firm in the Piper Jaffray building downtown. She died of multiple stab wounds to the chest and neck.
Authorities arrested a 39-year-old Eagan man two hours after Coonrod's body was found on the fourth level of the Energy Center Park, 324 S. 9th St. The suspect is expected to be charged with the slaying this week.
Police sources say the suspect also may be responsible for a similar attack on another out-of-state woman in a 3rd St. parking ramp in March. In that attack, the woman was pulled from her car, cut with a knife and sexually assaulted.
Coonrod's purse was found Friday near 19th Av. and E. 36th St. in Minneapolis. Police are searching for a weapon and a blood-stained, light-colored short-sleeved shirt without buttons, believed to have been worn by the attacker.
Friends and family describe Coonrod as extremely shy when she graduated from Eau Claire Memorial High School a year ago. "She went about school tasks with not too much fanfare, the kind of person who, in school at least, did everything that was expected of her," said her counselor, Curt Neudecker.
Yet she was determined to find a solid job. She had an interest in legal affairs and decided to pursue a career as a paralegal.
"It was the kind of thing where she wanted to get in there, get the kind of education she needed and get started on the job," Neudecker said.
She chose Minneapolis Business College after talking to a representative of the school, located in Roseville. "She had looked at a number of options," Neudecker said. "Minneapolis Business College just came around at the right time with the right program."
Coonrod's move to Minnesota last July was neither encouraged nor discouraged by her parents, her mother said. "It was her decision," said Evelyn Coonrod. "We knew that there was a time when you have to break away. And she was ready for it.
"She was so shy around here. There was more to do in the Cities. She loved it."
"Carrie likes the fast pace of the Cities," Rezac said of her roommate. "She thought Eau Claire was getting kind of boring."
Still, Coonrod - an only child - returned home to Eau Claire nearly every weekend to visit her parents and friends, leaving midafternoon on Fridays and returning Sunday afternoon before dark. And she kept the Wisconsin license plates on her red Renault.
"We suggested her coming back here, and she said there weren't that many job opportunities here," said her mother.
At the New Brighton apartment Saturday morning, Rezac packed her roommate's possessions into cardboard boxes. Rezac started the task late Friday night, she said. It helped her deal with the grief. She would have to talk to her would-be landlady about changing her moving plans.
Rezac first learned of her roommate's death through media reports. Another student of the business college had a job interview at the same law firm later the same morning. She was puzzled when told by police that she could not park at the Energy Center Park garage and more puzzled when employees of the law firm asked her why Coonrod had failed to show up for her interview.
Later, Rezac and other classmates began to worry about Coonrod when they heard a reported description of a murder victim's red car, a description that matched Coonrod's.
This weekend, Coonrod had planned to stay in the Cities. "We were supposed to go up there and buy her bedroom furnishings" for her new apartment, said her mother. Instead, she said, her daughter's body will be returned to Eau Claire for services on Tuesday.
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Published: June 1, 1988
Section: NEWS Page#: 07B
Coonrod's survivors search for some sense amid the grief
By Kurt Chandler; Star Tribune Staff Writer
It was a bad day, sad and angry and bewildering to the friends and family of murder victim Carrie Coonrod. The whole thing, they said, doesn't make sense.
They tried to explain, to strangers and themselves, just how unlikely it was that Carrie would become a murder victim. She was so innocent, they said, a shy woman of 19 who sidestepped trouble and took few chances. When she would return to Minneapolis from her regular weekend trips home to Eau Claire, she would make sure to leave early enough to avoid driving alone in the dark.
Coonrod was stabbed to death in the light of day Friday in a downtown Minneapolis parking garage on her way to a job interview. Police said the motive behind the killing was robbery and rape. The attacker took her purse.
To the mourners, motive meant little.
Yesterday morning, a rented bus delivered 17 of Coonrod's business-school classmates from Minneapolis to a memorial service in her hometown. The ride, said the classmates, was long and quiet, 100 miles of staring out the window.
The 17 women were part of a close-knit class of 22 studying to be paralegal secretaries at the Minneapolis Business College in Roseville. They planned to celebrate, to receive diplomas at a graduation ceremony June 17 after nearly 12 months of work.
Yesterday's ceremony was of a different kind. Instead of jubilation, tears mixed with rage at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Eau Claire.
"There's a lot of sorrow and a lot of anger," said Kay Yost, one of four teachers and two counselors who rode the bus. "Carrie was the sweetest person on Earth. This was just unjustified."
Classmate Tammy Hermel, 19, said she remembered sitting with Coonrod in the sun outside her apartment last week. "And now, today, I'm thinking how lucky she is to be with God, because she doesn't have to worry about all the dangers of the world."
"These things never make any sense," said Steve Kinzer, president of the college. Coonrod, he said, happened to step into the path of violence.
Some of the women wondered aloud about the safety of living in the city.
"It sure has a lot of the rest of the girls going out on interviews worried," said student Tricia Shaver, 19. "If that can happen in broad daylight, they wonder what can happen to them.
"I still find it hard to believe," she added.
After the church service, after condolences were shared with her parents, the 17 classmates filed into the bus, some of them crying, none of them speaking. Coonrod's parents and her best friend remained alone outside the church.
"I don't understand it," said Nancy Welke, 17, shaking her head. She had known Coonrod since she was 7, and last saw her two weeks ago. Now she's haunted by images of her murder. "I can't get it out of my mind," she said.
Evelyn Coonrod hopes her daughter's death will one day have some lasting effect, will perhaps force people to examine the reasons for such violent acts. "It's such a terrible way to do it, but maybe it will have an impact on society."
Her husband, Jim Coonrod, was not as patient. "Only one thing I want to see," he said. "Justice."
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« Reply #2 on: Mar 25th, 2005, 8:12pm »

The Pioneer Press www.pioneerpress.com also reported on Carrie's unspeakable tragedy.
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SUSPECT IN RAMP MURDER INDICTED
The suspect in the parking ramp murder of an Eau Claire woman has been indicted by a Hennepin County grand jury on three counts of first-degree murder. Thomas Schwartz, 39, was indicted Tuesday after previous charges by criminal complaint in the May 27 stabbing of Carrie Coonrod, 19. Schwartz was released from a Nebraska prison in March after serving time for a sex offense. He was arrested later that month after allegedly harassing women at health and fitness clubs in Eagan and...
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St. Paul Pioneer Press (MN) - August 10, 1988 - 2B Metro

RAMP SLAYING SUSPECT SAID COMPETENT FOR TRIAL
A man charged in the death of a 19-year-old Wisconsin woman in a downtown Minneapolis parking ramp is mentally competent to stand trial, a court psychiatrist has determined. The mental evaluation report on Thomas Schwartz, 39, of Eagan, was conducted by county psychiatrist Dr. Carl Malmquist and presented Tuesday to Hennepin County District Judge Michael Davis. The judge set Sept. 12 for Schwartz's next court appearance. Schwartz is charged with three counts of first-degree...
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38 HOMICIDES IN MINNEAPOLIS THIS YEAR CONSIDERABLY ABOVE RECORD PACE IN '86
Minneapolis has recorded 38 homicides as of Wednesday, a number far above the pace of 1986, which tied a record. Two years ago at this time, there were 31 homicides and, for the entire year, there were 48 such deaths. Last year at this time, 28 homicides were reported. "Things have been coming in every day," said Lt. Dave Patten, head of the police homicide unit. "Usually, I like to give a guy a couple of days, at least, to work on a case, but now there is no time at...
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St. Paul Pioneer Press (MN) - June 24, 1988 - 14A Editorial

ASSAULTS, MURDERS WRING READER RESPONSES
The tragedy of the recent murder of Carrie Coonrod in a Minneapolis parking ramp is compounded by the fact that the criminal justice system is an accomplice to the crime. If our courts had been functioning properly, the suspect would have been in prison for previous violent assaults for which he had been convicted. Steven Iverson Woodbury *** With the recent murders and attempts to molest others, women should use small touch-up spray paint cans of blaze orange or yellow to...
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St. Paul Pioneer Press (MN) - May 28, 1988 - 1A Main

EAGAN MAN ARRESTED IN SLAYING AT RAMP, 437 words
A 19-year-old secretarial school graduate who apparently had come to the Twin Cities for a job interview was stabbed to death Friday morning in a downtown Minneapolis parking ramp, police said. The woman, whose identity was being verified late Friday but whose car was traced to Eau Claire, bled to death about 9:30 a.m. on the fourth level of the ramp at Fourth Avenue South and Ninth Street, police said. She had been stabbed several times. Within three hours, police arrested a...
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St. Paul Pioneer Press (MN) - June 23, 1988 - 6B Metro

COMMISSION NAMED TO IMPROVE SAFETY IN CITIES' PARKING RAMPS \ 397 words
A commission to improve security and customer safety in Twin Cities parking ramps was created Wednesday during a meeting between Gov. Rudy Perpich and officials of St. Paul and Minneapolis. The 12- to 15-member commission, created in response to two recent slayings in Minneapolis parking ramps, will be headed by Paul Tschida, state public safety commissioner. Members will include Minneapolis and St. Paul mayors, city council presidents and businessmen, according to Tschida. Although...
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TERRIFYING MURDERS - OUTRAGE HAS ITS PLACE
Pioneer Press, June 2, 1988

Even in a world too accustomed to violence, some deaths make you want to scream: Why? Why? Deaths like Carrie Coonrod's in a Minneapolis parking ramp Friday. Deaths like Nicholas Corwin's in an Illinois grade school the Friday before. There are times to be rational and logical about such things - to say horrible events happen, to say that no victim of murder or injustice is more treasured than another. But this is not the time. These deaths hurt as much as if our own hearts ...
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« Reply #3 on: Mar 25th, 2005, 8:17pm »

The public outcry against these criminal atrocities should be continued.
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St. Paul Pioneer Press (MN) - August 10, 1988 - 6A Editorial, 855 words

WHY DENY WHAT WE YEARN FOR ON CRIME?
What I crave, as a human being, has clashed often lately with what I know, as a civil libertarian, is wise and right. The recent barrage of savage crime news in these parts has kept me seething with ugly thoughts: I want the guy who killed Mary Catherine Foley dead. And the guy who slaughtered Carrie Coonrod - I want him dead. And the guy or guys who executed Minneapolis grocer Roger Imme, and the guy who murdered the three Indian women - I want them all dead. And the guy who brutalized ...
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St. Paul Pioneer Press (MN) - July 23, 1988 - 11A Editorial, 826 words

DISTRESS OVER CRIME SHOULD NOT LEAD TO LONGER SENTENCES ALONE, 826 words
First comes sorrow. Then bewilderment. Then rage. Then fear. Then the fork in the road. The feelings arise from the ugly spate of news this summer about violent crimes in the Twin Cities area against women and a little girl. The bewilderment comes from the possibility that those vicious acts were committed by males recently released from confinement for similar brutal offenses. The feelings are natural. We grieve for Carrie Coonrod and Mary Foley, victims of parking ramp murders,...
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St. Paul Pioneer Press (MN) - July 21, 1991 - 1A Main

RAPE COUNSELORS, LAWMAKERS FRUSTRATED//HARSHER SENTENCES DON'T TRANSLATE TO LESS VIOLENCE , 1049 words
It has been a week of frightening deja vu for Minnesotans trying to halt increasing violence against women: A woman disappears from St. Cloud, later is found with her throat slit, and a twice-convicted rapist is arrested as the suspect. Like the highly publicized 1988 murders of two women in Minneapolis parking ramps, the killing of Melissa Johnson, 23, of Alexandria has prompted public outrage and a rash of questions about the way Minnesota's courts and prisons deal with repeat...
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St. Paul Pioneer Press (MN) - August 28, 1988 - 11B Metro, 565 words

PARKING RAMP MURDERS STILL ON MARCHERS' MINDS
The parking ramp murder-rapes of two Twin Cities women hasn't made women more fearful, but it lurks in the backs of their minds, say those who participated in Minneapolis' ninth annual Take Back the Night March and Rally protesting violence against women. Laurie Bowton, 30, of Minneapolis, said living in south Minneapolis for more than 20 years has made her well aware of the dangers women face. But the sexual assaults and murders earlier this year of business student Carrie Coonrod
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St. Paul Pioneer Press (MN) - November 14, 1989 - 2B Metro

SUSPECT'S TRIAL DATE SET IN PARKING RAMP KILLING \
The man charged with killing an Eau Claire, Wis., woman in a Minneapolis parking ramp 18 months ago will stand trial in February, a prosecutor said Monday. Steven Redding, a prosecutor with the Hennepin County Attorney's office, said jury selection for Thomas Robert Schwartz will begin Feb. 5. Schwartz, 41, most recently of Eagan, is charged with first-degree murder in connection with the May 27, 1988, killing of Carrie Coonrod. Coonrod, 19, a 1987 graduate of Eau Claire...
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« Reply #4 on: Mar 25th, 2005, 8:42pm »

Unfortunately the archive search engine doesn't give these articles in the oldest first order. _____________________________________-
St. Paul Pioneer Press (MN) - June 2, 1988 - 1B Metro
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MURDER SUSPECT WAS RECENTLY JAILED IN EAGAN
Thomas Robert Schwartz, the man accused of murdering Carrie Coonrod in a Minneapolis parking ramp, was arrested by Dakota County authorities on March 24 - only 15 days after he was released from the Nebraska State Penitentiary for serving a term for a sex crime. Schwartz, who has a history of assaulting women in Nebraska and California, remained in the Dakota County Jail until May 2, when a judge decided Eagan police did not have probable cause for the arrest and ordered him freed on...
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St. Paul Pioneer Press (MN) - June 1, 1988 - 3B Metro

MAN CHARGED IN PARKING RAMP ASSAULT, DEATH
A 39-year-old Eagan man was charged Tuesday with three counts of first-degree murder in the slaying and sexual assault of a young woman from Eau Claire, Wis., last week in a downtown Minneapolis parking ramp. Thomas Robert Schwartz is being held in lieu of $500,000 bail after he was charged with stabbing business student Carrie Coonrod, 19, who was on her way Friday morning to her first formal job interview when the attack occurred. Coonrod was stabbed 19 times with a small...
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St. Paul Pioneer Press (MN) - May 28, 1988 - 1A Main

EAGAN MAN ARRESTED IN SLAYING AT RAMP
A 19-year-old secretarial school graduate who apparently had come to the Twin Cities for a job interview was stabbed to death Friday morning in a downtown Minneapolis parking ramp, police said. The woman, whose identity was being verified late Friday but whose car was traced to Eau Claire, bled to death about 9:30 a.m. on the fourth level of the ramp at Fourth Avenue South and Ninth Street, police said. She had been stabbed several times. Within three hours, police arrested a...
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« Reply #5 on: Mar 25th, 2005, 8:47pm »

I will attempt to obtain this article below in it's full form. cry Be patient with me!
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St. Paul Pioneer Press (MN) - May 29, 1988 - 1A Main

SLAIN WOMAN'S LIFE WAS JUST BEGINNING, 922 words
Carrie Coonrod's life was just beginning when she was murdered. The 19-year-old from Eau Claire, Wis., was facing a future full of opportunities, her family and friends said Saturday. She was about to graduate as a legal secretary at Minneapolis Business College in Roseville. She had just rented her first apartment. And she had, over the past year, undergone a personality change, from extreme shyness to self-assurance. "She was really excited because she had taken some...
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« Reply #6 on: Mar 26th, 2005, 9:42pm »

here is Carrie Rea Coonrod's memorial page.

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=10686894
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16 days after Carrie Coonrod's murder on June 12, 1988
Mary Foley, 34, a manager at Honeywell in the Southern part of Minneapolis was leaving her work place. In the parking ramp of the company she was attacked by a rampaging sex offender who had recently been released from prison and in that short period outside of the prison walls had already brutally raped 7 women. Mary was victim number 8 only she wouldn't survive the attack.
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Woman slain at ramp in south Minneapolis
Published on June 13, 1988
By Mark Brunswick; Staff Writer

A 34-year-old employee of Honeywell Inc. was slain Sunday afternoon as she made her way to her car in a company parking ramp in south Minneapolis.

The death was the second slaying in a Minneapolis parking garage in 16 days and the fourth time in four weeks that Minneapolis police have been called to investigate the violent assault of a woman.

The woman was identified by her sister as Mary Catherine Foley, St. Paul, who had worked for Honeywell about two
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Women express fear about parking in ramps
Published on June 14, 1988, 907 words
By Randy Furst; Rob Hotakainen; Staff Writers

Barbara Border parked in the Dayton Radisson ramp in downtown Minneapolis yesterday. She was going to a job interview.

The 30-year-old Apple Valley woman held her car keys in her hand with a large, heavy metal key ring, which she said she was prepared to use to defend herself. "I am scared," she said.

Twin Cities women interviewed yesterday said they had heard or read about the Sunday slaying of Mary Foley, the second woman killed in a Minneapolis parking
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The ultimate penalty may be needed
Published on June 14, 1988, 684 words
By Jim Klobuchar; Staff Writer

A map in the Sunday newspaper identified Minnesota as one of the few states in the land where the death penalty is not allowed.

Most people I know, including most of the lawyers and judges I know, would call that a distinction worth applause. Until a few months ago, I would have said the same about capital punishment. In the arguments against it, there is a litany that comes close to a creed. It goes this way: The refusal of a government to take a life in retaliation against a
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Security gear was inoperative in ramp where woman died, 1150 words
Published on June 14, 1988
By Rob Hotakainen; Mark Brunswick; Staff Writers

Honeywell officials said Monday that a year-old alarm system designed to detect screams and other loud noises in the company's parking ramp was malfunctioning and not in use when one of the company's female managers was slain Sunday.

In addition, officials said, surveillance cameras in the ramp at the company's south Minneapolis headquarters were being monitored but were not tape recording Sunday, and the killing took place at a spot not covered by the seven
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Woman eludes ramp attack as firms upgrade their security
Published on June 15, 1988, 999 words
By Mark Brunswick; Staff Writer

A 35-year-old female office worker was confronted by a man in the parking garage of the IDS Tower in downtown Minneapolis Tuesday morning, but fended off her potential attacker by spraying a chemical in his face.

The attack came as downtown businesses reacted strongly to a series of attacks against women in parking ramps, including the assault and slaying of two women in the past several weeks.

Several businesses have increased security measures at ramps and parking
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Fear, preparations follow the killings
Published on June 16, 1988
By Mike Kaszuba; Jean Hopfensperger; Staff Writer

The calls from patients coming into Allergy Specialists, a physicians' office in the Medical Arts Building in downtown Minneapolis, have a new common theme: Where can you park safely?

"When we talk about a ramp," explained secretary Nancy Rygg, "they say, `a ramp?' "

In the four days since the parking ramp murder of Mary Foley, the Honeywell employee whose death Sunday added to a streak of violence against women in Minneapolis, fear is
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St. Paul offensive targets ramp attacks
Published on June 16, 1988, 1165 words
By Jean Hopfensperger; Staff Writer

The recent rash of assaults against women in Minneapolis - including the murders of two women in parking ramps - has sparked a sharp reaction from residents, businesses and police in the Twin Cities.

Police equipment stores have been swamped by people purchasing chemical irritants, shriek alarms and whistles. Sales of chemical irritants, such as Mace, and shriek alarms have "gone wild," one store owner said. One St. Paul store has sold 2,000 cans of chemical irritant
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Women at rally urged to demand safety
Published on June 17, 1988, 569 words
By R. George Smith; Staff Writer

Minneapolis City Council Member Barbara Carlson called on women Thursday to come together to "demand our days back as well as our nights."

"We have a world-class convention center, the world-class Twins . . . We also have a city that is having some world-class crimes."

Carlson was one of several prominent people who spoke at a rally at Peavey Plaza in downtown Minneapolis.

It was held to protest the parking-ramp slayings of Honeywell


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« Reply #8 on: Apr 4th, 2005, 5:13pm »

While funeral services are held for Mary Foley the perpetrator is apprehended. After the vicious assault on Mary the perpetrator stole Mary's car where his fingerprints were later found and identified.
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500 people grieve and remember at memorial service for Mary Foley
Published on June 24, 1988
By Chuck Haga; Staff Writer

By the time Mary Foley's memorial service started Thursday, virtually all of the 500-plus friends and relatives who assembled in St. Paul's Church of St. Mark knew that police had arrested a suspect in her killing.

But then the friends and relatives put that aside to listen to Tom Foley, laughing and crying with him as he talked about his daughter.

Mary Foley, 34, was killed June 12 in the parking ramp at Honeywell headquarters in south Minneapolis, where
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Suspect arrested in Foley murder
Published on June 24, 1988, 1416 words
By Kevin Diaz; Mark Brunswick; Staff Writers

A convicted south Minneapolis serial rapist who was released from prison five weeks ago was arrested Thursday in the death of Mary Foley, who was attacked and killed in the Honeywell parking ramp.

Minneapolis homicide detectives, who acknowledged that they had been stymied in the case until the last 24 hours, said a breakthrough in fingerprint identification led to the man's arrest at 3 p.m. yesterday.

Police say the suspect, David Anthony Thomas, 26, is linked with 7 other rapes
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Suspect is charged in ramp slaying
Published on June 25, 1988, 1172 words
By Carol Byrne; Staff Writer

David Anthony Thomas sat in his cell at St. Cloud State Reformatory and struggled to explain to a researcher how and why, at age 21, he already was a convicted rapist twice over.

It started, he said, when he was 9 years old, physically abused at home and in trouble at school and on the streets. The juvenile court believed he needed a stable male influence and he was referred to an organization that tries to help troubled boys.

And so Thomas met a man who he said
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Suspect is charged in ramp slaying
Published on June 25, 1988, 1387 words
By Mark Brunswick; Dan Oberdorfer; Staff Writers

David Anthony Thomas, who spent seven of the last eight years behind bars, was charged Friday with two counts of first-degree murder in the slaying of Mary Foley, a Honeywell manager who was raped and killed at a company parking ramp two weeks ago.

The criminal complaint charging the 26-year-old Minneapolis resident says he became a suspect after his fingerprints were identified on Foley's car, on an automobile warranty book found in the car, and on a prescription bottle
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Protecting society from violent sexual assault
Published on June 25, 1988

Consider the men charged with murdering Carrie Coonrod and Mary Foley in Minneapolis parking ramps.

Thomas Schwartz, 39, accused of killing Coonrod on May 27, was released March 9 from a Nebraska prison, where he served four years for robbing and sexually assaulting a woman. Two weeks after his release, Schwartz was arrested in Eagan on a complaint that a man had followed a woman into a health club and attempted to follow her home. Police suspected Schwartz of six fitness-club
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Slaying suspect's charge of sex abuse called lie
Published on June 27, 1988, 992 words
By Mark Brunswick; Staff Writer

A man who befriended murder suspect David Anthony Thomas as a youth said Sunday that Thomas is psychopathic and that the allegations that the man sexually abused Thomas as a child are "baseless lies."

Thomas, who has been charged in the June 12 sexual assault and strangulation death of Honeywell manager Mary Foley, wrote to a researcher in 1983 and said that the man, who was associated with Thomas through a youth organization, initiated sexual encounters with him about
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Minneapolis / Public defender appointed for murder suspect; interviews prohibited
Published on June 28, 1988
By Staff Writer News Services

David Anthony Thomas, charged with murdering Mary Foley, a Honeywell manager, in the company parking ramp, made his first court appearance Monday, and a public defender was appointed to represent him.

In an unusual action, Hennepin County District Judge William Posten granted a motion prohibiting police and prosecutors from interviewing Thomas without permission from public defenders.

Thomas, 26, is charged with the sexual assault and strangulation of Foley,
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Aging computer system gave police vital clue in Foley case
Published on June 29, 1988, 647 words
By Kevin Diaz; Staff Writer

With nothing else to go on but the simple fact of Mary Foley's assault and murder in the Honeywell parking ramp, police had no choice but to hunker down to what they call the minutiae:

By "minutiae" they mean ridge endings, bifurcations, islands and other unique signatures on human fingertips. In the Foley case, that amounted to a stack of 40 latent fingerprints, mostly partial impressions of poor quality, lifted from various places around the crime scene and her
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« Reply #9 on: Apr 4th, 2005, 5:23pm »

The investigatin continues and linked the perpetrator to two additional rapes which he committed during prison furloughs.
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Foley suspect linked to two rapes while on prison furlough
Published on July 1, 1988
By Mark Brunswick; Staff Writer

Police say they believe that accused murderer David Anthony Thomas was involved in at least two rapes while on furlough from a prerelease program at Lino Lakes state prison designed to help him adjust to the outside world.

They said they based that assertion on conversations with Thomas and on a list they said he provided showing the locations of nine rapes.

Thomas, 26, is charged with the June 12 murder of Honeywell manager Mary Foley. He was charged in Hennepin County
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Thomas is charged with other sex crimes
Published on July 8, 1988, 290 words
By Staff Writer News Services

David Anthony Thomas, accused of killing Mary Foley in a Minneapolis parking ramp, was charged Thursday in connection with a rape and a sexual assault in St. Paul.

He was also charged in Hennepin County District Court yesterday with attempted sexual assault in a May attack of a Minneapolis store clerk. Felony charges were filed in Ramsey County District Court alleging that Thomas, 26, raped a 22-year-old woman at a gas station on May 14 and tried to rape a 41-year-old woman in
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Treatment centers 'no bleeding hearts'
Published on July 10, 1988, 1492 words
By Chuck Haga; Staff Writer

Gerald Kaplan, director of a Minneapolis treatment program for sex offenders, recalls talking with a woman who works with rape victims. As they parted, she said they might have more to talk about "if we were on the same side."

The remark startled Kaplan, and it made him wonder about the public's perception of what happens at Alpha House and other treatment centers for convicted sex offenders.

"We're not bleeding hearts here," he said.
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Thomas in court on 2 Ramsey County charges
Published on July 16, 1988
By Larry Oakes; Staff Writer

The man accused of raping and killing Mary Foley in a Minneapolis parking ramp appeared in Ramsey County District Court on Friday in connection with two sexual assaults in St. Paul.

David Anthony Thomas, 26, is charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct in an attack on a 22-year-old St. Paul convenience store clerk in the University-Hamline area, allegedly while robbing the store on May 14.
Thomas, of Minneapolis, also is charged with attempted
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St. Paul / Suspect in Foley slaying pleads not guilty to rape, attempted rape charges
Published on July 21, 1988
By Staff Writer News Services

David Anthony Thomas, accused of murder in the Minneapolis parking-ramp slaying of Mary Foley, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges of rape and attempted rape in connection with two sexual assaults in St. Paul.

Thomas, 26, was brought before Ramsey County Judge J. Thomas Mott, who scheduled trial for Sept. 26.

Thomas, who is being held in lieu of $1 million bail in the Foley case, is charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct in a May 14 attack on a
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Amid outrage over what we call justice, repeat offenders create new victims
Published on July 22, 1988, 1308 words
By Doug Grow; Staff Writer

It's July 29, 1980, in the Hennepin County District courtroom of Judge Neil Riley.

Standing before Riley is Randy Donald Landin, who, a few moments earlier, had pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the strangulation death of his 20-year-old Minneapolis girlfriend.

Landin's attorney, a public defender, is explaining to his client what has happened during the relatively brief proceedings.
Attorney: "You realize that - and I've explained
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Victim's sister urges legal changes to protect women
Published on July 28, 1988, 877 words
By Pat Prince; Staff Writer

Ellen Foley wants to make sure her slain sister will not be forgotten.

Foley, sister of Mary Foley, 34, of St. Paul, a Honeywell employee who was raped and killed in a company parking ramp six weeks ago, entreated members of the Attorney General's Task Force on the Prevention of Sexual Violence Against Women to make changes to protect women from falling prey to sex offenders.

"We cannot allow that our grief at Mary's tragic death will be for
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« Reply #10 on: Apr 4th, 2005, 5:29pm »

More charges are brought againsst the perpetrator as he is linked to other attacks and rapes. The perpetrator however will be eligible for parole in 2018 ( ! ).
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David Anthony Thomas faces fifth charge of rape, two counts of sexual assault
Published on August 2, 1988, 168 words
By Staff Writer News Services

David Anthony Thomas, facing first-degree murder charges for the June death of Mary Foley of St. Paul in a Honeywell parking ramp, appeared in Hennepin County District Court Monday on his fifth charge of raping a woman since May.

The complaint alleged that Thomas had raped a woman at about 1:30 p.m. May 20 in a restroom at Riverplace.

Thomas allegedly told the woman not to scream or he would hurt her badly.

He also faces two counts of sexual assault in
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Bouza assails plan to hire more officers
Published on August 7, 1988, 734 words
By Cheryl Johnson; Staff Writer

Minneapolis Police Chief Tony Bouza said Saturday that a proposal to hire 100 additional police officers for his department is "demagogic and simple-minded."

At a time when Minneapolis school officials have talked about laying off 100 teachers, hiring that many police officers demonstrates a lack of understanding of social issues and an overreaction to recent, highly publicized murders and rapes, Bouza said.

Several proposals for improving law enforcement
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37 homicides mark a high pace in Minneapolis
Published on August 17, 1988, 700 words
By Mark Brunswick; Staff Writer

When he died of stab wounds on his front lawn Saturday, Raymond Ryan became the 37th homicide victim in Minneapolis for 1988. It's a number far above the pace of two years ago, which tied a record.

Minneapolis had its 31st homicide on this date in 1986; there were 48 such deaths recorded that year. Last year at this time, 28 homicides had been reported in the city.

The killings this year include the slayings of two women in parking ramps, the slayings of a
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Court's paperwork obscures it, but pain and agony remain
Published on September 27, 1988
By Doug Grow; Staff Writer

For a long time Monday afternoon, the paperwork prevailed in the Hennepin County courtroom of District Judge Charles Porter Jr.

Among other things, there had been a mixup in file numbers. Somehow the Hennepin County attorney's office had a file marked differently than the one the judge had received. File 97672 meant one thing to the prosecutor, something else to the judge. Very confusing, and the confusion had to be carefully explained to David Anthony Thomas.
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Guilty plea in Foley murder
Published on September 27, 1988, 1002 words
By Margaret Zack; Staff Writer

David Anthony Thomas admitted Monday that he sexually assaulted eight women after he was released from prison in May, killing the last of them, Mary Foley, in a Honeywell parking ramp.

Thomas, 27, agreed to serve a life sentence for first-degree murder, followed by consecutive sentences for each of the rapes. He will be eligible for parole no earlier than 2018.

Assistant Hennepin County Attorney Rick Enga said that Thomas is unlikely ever to get out of prison. He had
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Rape of workers brings new dimension to safety issues
Published on October 11, 1988, 759 words
By Dave Hage; Staff Writer

In a wood-paneled clubroom just two blocks from the parking ramp where Carrie Coonrod was killed May 27, 25 business people gathered last week to discuss rape and personal security for working women.

The host of the meeting, Du Pont Co., developed an in-house safety program after two employees were raped and two others assaulted in the line of work. Now Du Pont sells the program to other employers.

"With more women in the work force, traveling alone, spending
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20 years added to Thomas' life sentence
Published on October 19, 1988, 577 words
By Rob Hotakainen; Staff Writer

David Anthony Thomas was sentenced to nearly 20 additional years in prison Tuesday for sexually assaulting seven women before he raped and murdered a woman in a Honeywell parking ramp in June.

The sentence of 19 years and 8 1/2 months will be added to a life term he received Sept. 26 after he pleaded guilty to first-degree murder for strangling 34-year-old Mary Foley of St. Paul. Thomas, 27, will not be eligible for parole for 30 years. Three of the assault victims watched
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Ramps have obligation to be safe, court says
Published on November 29, 1988, 607 words
By Dan Oberdorfer; Staff Writer

Parking ramps in high-crime areas are legally responsible for providing enough security to make their facilities reasonably safe, the Minnesota Court of Appeals has ruled in a lawsuit by a Minneapolis rape victim.

Reversing a lower court, the Appeals Court said that even though no rapes had been reported at the downtown parking ramp in which a monthly customer was assaulted and raped, other crimes had, so the rape was foreseeable and should have been guarded against.
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The family and friends of Mary Foley and Carrie Coonrod remember and hold vigils. Officals ponder ways to protect society from violent sex offenders.
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Vigil for victims is ray of hope in a year of record violence
Published on December 30, 1988
By Rob Hotakainen; Staff Writer

They came with lawn chairs, down jackets and a banner with a message: "No more murders."

In a vacant lot in south Minneapolis they lit 60 candles and vowed to keep them burning for 60 hours.

For friends and neighbors who braved below-zero wind chills Thursday, it was a way to pay homage to the 60 victims of homicide - a record for Minneapolis.

The vigil will end at midnight Saturday, when a new year begins. Those who came to share their grief
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Men's group seeks to change attitudes that foster battering
Published on January 12, 1989, 1432 words
By Karin Winegar; Staff Writer

Chuck Niessen-Derry has seen men who do "just about everything to women from throwing them out second-story windows to shooting them, stabbing them to throwing them down stairs. I've seen women beaten in the face, kicked in the stomach, choked, women with broken noses and ribs, houses torn apart by these men."

One in four American women is beaten regularly, one in three is sexually assaulted during her lifetime, and half to two-thirds have been hit by a boyfriend
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Psychologist says longer sentences are not the answer for sex offenders
Published on January 19, 1989, 693 words
By Jim Parsons; Staff Writer

A psychologist who treats many of Minnesota's sex offenders said Wednesday that giving rapists longer prison sentences isn't the best way to protect the public.

"What we need is more control and more treatment of offenders after they are released and are back in the community," said Nancy Steele, who runs a treatment program at the Correction Department's Lino Lakes facility.

Steele recommended that sex offenders spend more time in halfway
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Legislators try getting tough on sex offenders
Published on February 3, 1989, 709 words
By Jim Parsons; Staff Writer

The first act was completed Thursday in a drama entitled "How to Get Tough on Crime" now playing at the Legislature.

Legislators introduced a bill dealing with sex offenders that would automatically double the sentences most rapists now receive. It also would allow judges to give much longer sentences in severe cases and to some repeat offenders.

The bill also calls for more emphasis on treatment programs for sex offenders including juveniles, and authorizes the
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Legislators debate life sentence for violent, repeat sex offenders
Published on February 16, 1989, 567 words
By Jim Parsons; Staff Writer

A Washington County judge told a House subcommittee Wednesday that some rapists are beyond treatment and will rape again after they get out of prison.

Judge Esther Tomljanovich spoke during a meeting of a House Judiciary subcommittee discussing the possibility of sending violent repeat sex offenders to prison for life.

She said that several years ago she sentenced a four-time rapist to 10 years in prison, but that she would have liked to lock him up forever. All
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Minneapolis study seeks major safety features in all city parking ramps
Published on April 21, 1989, 612 words
By Randy Furst; Staff Writer

In response to last year's parking-ramp murders, the Minneapolis City Council will consider requiring safety changes in existing ramps and major safety features in new ones.

The plan, drafted by an advisory committee after an eight-month study, could add $100,000 to the cost of a new 500-car ramp, said one city-employed engineer.

The proposal would require all lobbies, elevator cabs and stairwells to be visible from outside any new ramps. Extensive audio-visual
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Family can sue Honeywell in ramp murder
Published on June 8, 1989, 451 words
By Margaret Zack; Staff Writer

The family of a Honeywell employee murdered last June in the company's parking ramp can sue the company, a Hennepin County District Court judge ruled Wednesday.

Honeywell had claimed the only option available to the family of Mary Foley was under the state worker's compensation laws.

But Judge Andrew Danielson said that Foley's death didn't arise out of her job at Honeywell. "It was Mary Foley's unfortunate timing which subjected her
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Slayings in ramps prompted changes
Published on June 12, 1989, 1299 words
By Norman Draper; Staff Writer

It's been a year since Minneapolis' two highly publicized parking ramp slayings, and the furor over them has wrought changes. Thousands of women have armed themselves with noise alarms and canisters of Mace and have undergone personal-safety training.

Tougher penalties for sex offenders became law this year. They were part of the Legislature's get-tough-on-crime package, and the parking ramp murders ensured their passage. The killings also prodded the
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This article was kindly retrieved in it's complete form from the Startribune archives to support our efforts to keep the memory of this wonderful, caring lady Mary Foley present for us.
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Victim remembered as caring, determined
Published: May 29, 1988
Section: NEWS Page#: 01B

By Mike Kaszuba; Star Tribune Staff Writer
For Mary Foley, Sunday was always an opportunity to get a jump on Monday. She was committed that way, part of a work ethic developed in the neighborhoods of Milwaukee. That was the picture painted Monday of Foley, who was found slain in a parking garage minutes after she finished work Sunday afternoon at Honeywell headquarters in south Minneapolis. Foley, 34, lived in St. Paul.

"She was the most caring person that you could imagine," said Connie Steward, who had hired Foley at Control Data Corp. eight years ago.
Her resume was that of a career woman on the way up: A master's degree in nursing from the University of Virginia; another master's degree in business administration from College of St. Thomas; by 1983, the manager of health programs at Control Data, and, in the past two years, corporate manager of health services at Honeywell.

A statement from Honeywell said that Foley "set standards for health service departments and audited company plants and divisions for compliance. In addition, she trained health service personnel in state-of-the-art approaches to health management."
But friends said that her resume missed her best qualities. "Mary was the most wonderful person you could ever hope to meet," said Jean Bey, a Honeywell consultant who worked with Foley. "She was a real leader in occupational health nursing. She described her position to me last week as having a passion for what she was doing."

Bey and her husband had gone to a movie with Foley on Saturday evening. Afterward, Foley had asked them to escort her to her car. "Mary was always very cautious about that," Bey said. She said that Foley often cautioned female co-workers to ask for escorts when leaving work at odd hours.
She added, "Mary typically worked Sundays. I would have expected her to be there. She always felt she had a better grip on Monday if she was able to work on Sunday." Yesterday, Bey didn't park in the ramp where Foley was slain. "I just couldn't bear to go where Mary had been," she said. Foley's work ethic came from Milwaukee, where she grew up in a family of seven children in a neighborhood of large, Irish Catholic families. Liz Petschel, a childhood friend, attended school with Foley.

"The most exciting thing in Mary's life was that she had successfully negotiated the MBA program at St. Thomas," Petschel said. "(I remember) Mary was told in high school that she was not college material. Mary was afighter. . . . If she left a legacy, it was her determination."

Foley is survived by her brothers and sisters, including Ellen Foley of St. Paul, and her parents, Thomas and Joan Foley of Milwaukee. Her funeral will be there on Thursday.
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Thinking of Carrie today on this date of her passing. Sleep peacefully Carrie, you are remembered always.

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Thinking of Carrie on her birthday. Rest in peace, you are always remembered.

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