Ann Foltz, wife, Cris Rodriguez, daughter, and Kaitlin McTighe, granddaughter, mourn the death of William Foltz. Kaitlin is holding William's dog, Tina. Members of the Stanislaus County Cycling Club met on Tuesday night to remember a fellow rider and member, 73-year-old Modesto bicyclist William Foltz, who recently died after he was hit from behind while on his bicycle at the intersection of Claus Rd. and Scenic Dr. The cycling club rode to the Foltz residence in the Copper Creek community and paid their respects to William's wife Ann Foltz, exchanging stories and memories of William. Mar. 23, 2010. (Brian Ramsay/bramsay@modbee.com)
Ann Foltz, wife, Cris Rodriguez, daughter, and Kaitlin McTighe, granddaughter, mourn the death of William Foltz. Kaitlin is holding William's dog, Tina. Members of the Stanislaus County Cycling Club met on Tuesday night to remember a fellow rider and member, 73-year-old Modesto bicyclist William Foltz, who recently died after he was hit from behind while on his bicycle at the intersection of Claus Rd. and Scenic Dr. The cycling club rode to the Foltz residence in the Copper Creek community and paid their respects to William's wife Ann Foltz, exchanging stories and memories of William. Mar. 23, 2010. (Brian Ramsay/bramsay@modbee.com) Modesto Bee
Ann Foltz, wife, Cris Rodriguez, daughter, and Kaitlin McTighe, granddaughter, mourn the death of William Foltz. Kaitlin is holding William's dog, Tina. Members of the Stanislaus County Cycling Club met on Tuesday night to remember a fellow rider and member, 73-year-old Modesto bicyclist William Foltz, who recently died after he was hit from behind while on his bicycle at the intersection of Claus Rd. and Scenic Dr. The cycling club rode to the Foltz residence in the Copper Creek community and paid their respects to William's wife Ann Foltz, exchanging stories and memories of William. Mar. 23, 2010. (Brian Ramsay/bramsay@modbee.com) Modesto Bee

Modesto bicyclist killed on Claus Road

March 23, 2010 12:14 PM

UPDATED March 23, 2010 08:42 PM

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