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05-01-2002, 10:40 AM
Calendar's date with destiny
From James Bone in New York
December 29, 2001
IF THERE is a pin-up for the 343 New York firemen killed on September 11, it is Tom Foley of Rescue Company 3 in the Bronx.
The boyish, blue-eyed 32- year-old fireman, who liked weight-lifting, country music and riding bulls in rodeos, won tenth place last year in People magazine
06-06-2002, 09:24 PM
Hey! I found this update on the calendars and thought I would share it with everyone:
Hottest of Bravest
By DAVE GOLDINER
Daily News Staff Writer
After a year on the shelf, the Fire Department's pinup-boy calendar is coming back
06-26-2002, 08:32 AM
07-02-2002, 12:30 PM
9/11 Victims In Hunks Calendar
By ALICE McQUILLAN
Daily News Police Bureau
Patricia Foley smiled as a group of firefighters shared funny stories about posing bare-chested for the FDNY's annual hunks calendar.
Then she offered a story of her own, fondly recalling how her son Tom stuck to a strict regimen to make the cut.
"He was very excited about the calendar coming out," she said. "He worked very hard for three months eating chicken and rice to get himself ready and build that body."
Tom Foley, 32, was among three of New York's Bravest who posed for the calendar just weeks before perishing Sept. 11.
The 2003 edition
07-08-2002, 02:03 PM
Calendar tribute to Trade Centre heroes
By DAMON JOHNSTON in New York
THREE of the hero firefighters who gave their lives on September 11 are appearing as you have never seen them before.
Robert Cordice, Thomas Foley and Angel Juarbe were snapped bare-chested just weeks before the tragedy for the New York Fire Department's beefcake calendar.
The department was moving to scrap the popular calendars of their brawniest and best looking men out of respect for the trio and their 340 colleagues who died in the attack on the World Trade Centre.
But to its surprise, loved ones called for tradition that raises money for charity to be saved and the calendar
07-09-2002, 02:00 PM
N E W Y O R K, July 1
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