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Judith Elaine Nieman "Judy" Foster

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Foster, Judith (Judy) Elaine Nieman "Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His faithful servants." Ps 116:15 Judith (Judy) Elaine Nieman Foster lived as a loyal confidant to her husband and children, friends and family, and above all a faithful servant of Jesus Christ. She was a godly woman who epitomized love and laughter throughout her selfless life. She was a devoted teacher, home educating each of her three children, and serving at each ballet and piano recital, concert or play, from little league baseball games to collegiate performances. She was known for her coffee preferences, world travel plans, fashion savvy, sharp wit and expressive smiles. Judy ran hard, with all her heart, and finished beautiful. On August 16, 2013, Jesus welcomed her into His arms. She was preceded in death by her father, Edward Nieman. She is survived by her loving husband Roger David Foster, her Mother Dorothy Neiman, her Mother-in-law Catherine Foster, her three sisters, Joyce McKeon (James), Jan Ball (Jon), Heidi West (George), her three children Breanne Leigh Pettigrew (Jonathan), Caitlin Marie Foster and Daniel Davis Foster, and her four precious grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held at 2pm Wednesday August 21 at Richland Baptist Church: 1601 Buckingham Road, Richardson, Texas.


Published in Dallas Morning News on Aug. 20, 2013
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