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January 07, 2016
Remember the scratch and sniff shirt you bought me for my birthday.....who knew scratch and sniff shirts existed! It still smelled of bananas 5 years and many washes later. I miss you.
January 07, 2014
There is not a memory, a story, or even a fishing tale that does not involve you in one way or another. Most of my greatest times in my life were with you my brother. You will forever be alive in my heart.
January 07, 2014
The snow remind me of the snowball fight you and Steven had against me and Laura on the Garrett front yard. And you kept laughing hysterically. ;) miss you.
June 24, 2008
I haven't been on here because it's been too hard, but you know what I have in the works to keep your memory alive. May God bless my hands to accomplish it. I love you. And I sure miss you alot.

Love,
Sissy
May 25, 2008
I just found out that Bobby is no longer with us. I am deeply saddened with the news. I went to Garrett elementary, Tutt middle, and Westside high school with Bobby. He was always very pleasant. I never saw him upset, mad, or disgruntled about anything.
You couldn't ask for a better guy to get to know...my sympathy goes out to the Foster family.

Brian Dix
March 30, 2008
I live out of town now and haven't seen Bobby in years. I'll never forget all the good times we had together back in our younger days. My condolences to the entire Foster family.
February 29, 2008
I didnt even know that such a great guy had left us in this world. Someone that was a joyous soul. I went to westside and Bobby was in my ROTC classes. Im in Kansas City now and came home for a visit. I found out the news of his passing shortly after I got home I am deeply saddened for your loss.
February 14, 2008
Everyone knew Bobby was a kid at heart and I think we could learn a lesson that just because we are "grown up" and have duties and jobs, and wives, and husbands, and morgages, and bills and all the other boring things life hands us that we should never let go of the child within all of us. Playing laser tag, bying 3 for 1 fire crackers the week after new years, going bowling with friends and family. those are the things I remember bobby for, not how smart he was, and not how good of a cook he was, and not how good of a husband, uncle, brother, son he was. But how good of a friend he was and how much of a kid we all are inside.
February 07, 2008
I'm sorry for your loss. He was a great guy. I remember the first time me shauna and bobby all got together. Bobby cooked for everyone he was very talented. He and I talked a while about cooking becuse i enjoy it as a hobbie. I remember him being very funny because on another occasion me and shauna were discussing the arguements of my relationship at the time and Bobby told me the secret to it all was "she's always right" he said that rule would make any relationship work. again i'm very sorry for your loss he was a good person and he will be missed.
February 07, 2008
It's unfortunate that this had to happen to such a kind, sweet guy. I know you will be watching over everyone from above and helping them to be better people. I remember the first time I met you at Shauna's apartment at Georgia Southern and you kept looking at her with such love in your eyes and you were so proud to tell me about how you loved to cook her dinner. I also remember at Shauna's bridal shower when I brought ya'll a paper shredder and Shauna just laughed and said "Bobbby's so funny" because apparently you had been so excited to pick out and scan the gifts for the bridal registry that you even picked out a paper shredder. Look after Shauna for us. You will be greatly missed.

-JP

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