Teri Kathleen Foster (December 16, 1955 - August 20, 2012)

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Teri Foster, 56, died on Monday, August 20, 2012, at her home due to heart failure caused by multiple sclerosis. She was a longtime resident of the Carlsborg area.

Teri was an active member of First Baptist Church of Port Angeles, where she sang regularly with the choir. Teri was passionate about singing, and she participated in choirs as she moved around the world.

Teri was blessed with a long and interesting life. The youngest daughter of a military officer, Teri was born in Wimpole Park, Cambridgeshire, England.

Teri lived in many places in the United States and abroad, including England, Germany, Somalia, Illinois, Texas, California and Eastern Washington.

In 2005, she earned her associate degree in the arts at Peninsula College. Her many interests included studying mathematics, computer science and foreign languages; caring for her cats and dogs; roaming the Internet; knitting and sewing; reading avidly; and collecting in a wide range of areas.

Teri was known for her ready laugh, high spirits, positive energy and her wicked sense of humor. She loved life and lived it to the fullest extent, even as her health declined.

Teri was dedicated to her parents and cared for them until the time they passed. At the time of her own passing, Teri was engaged to Rudolph Watson of Sheffield, England. She is survived by her brothers, Earl and Denis; her niece, Alyson; her nephew, Alan; as well as many friends. She will be missed.

A memorial service will be held at First Baptist Church, 105 West Sixth Street in Port Angeles, on Saturday, September 8, at 1 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, please send memorial donations to the public broadcasting stations of Washington, KBTC or KCTS 9.
Published in The Peninsula Daily News on Sept. 7, 2012
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