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July 15, 2018

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April 14, 2017
I love how Poppie would come to my basketball games. He actually made most of my games in high school. He wouldn't stay after the game to say hi or show off that he was there, he just wanted to see me play. And I love him for that. You will never meet a man more involved in the lives of his grandchildren. He genuinely loved every part of being a grandfather. He will be greatly missed, but never forgotten. He lives on in all who knew him.
April 13, 2017
Sending sincere condolences to the Foster family. Thoughts and prayers from Arkansas, Kim. Donna Vaught
April 12, 2017
Your dad was a true hero to our family when I was growing up. I know he will be missed by his family.
April 11, 2017
I have many great memories of my Daddy. My favorite one was when I was about 2 1/2 years old, my Mom would drive the ski boat with Dale amd Kay inside amd my Dad and I would get in the water. He would wear a life belt- not allowed these days- and I would wear a life jacket. I would sit on the belt facing him with my arms wrapped around his neck, my Dad on two water skiis. My Mom would pull us out of the water with the boat and we would ski together! I am sure today someone would shoot a video of it and turn it in to the authorities!! Looking back, it seems like it was so dangerous. My Dad loved skiing and teaching us to ski. We had so many fun memories at the lake with our family and other families, especially the Carlton's. Around 5 1/2 years old he taught me to ski on 2 skiis by myself. He shortened two skiis and tied the toes together with a short piece of a ski rope so I could keep the toes together to make it easier for me to learn. He gave all of himself to his family and his friends. I miss him so much. All these wonderful memories have come flooding to my mind this week. We need to write a book of the Foster family memories! It would be a very long book!