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Clarence Beverly Foster

Clarence Beverly Foster Clarence Beverly Foster, a WWII Veteran, was born October, 20, 1926, and passed into heaven on May 8, 2013. He was a warm and loving man, full of life and undying energy. His love of people inspired happiness in everyone around him. Fishing, playing golf and a mean fiddle in his band the "Spicewood Over the Hillbillies" filled his life. The fish in Lake Travis can consider themselves safe, as he always caught enough fish to share with the entire neighborhood. God was always first in Clarence's life, followed by family and friends. He will be dearly missed by those honored to share his life: Wife Nancy of 66 years, son Tommy Foster and wife Lisa, son-in-law Roger Schirmacher, grandchildren Donna and Mark Maxwell, Tinaya and Bryan White, Dustyn and Leslie Shelton and Shyanne Foster, great-grandchildren Ashley, Tabitha, Adam and Avery, and his sister Patsy Davis. He will be welcomed in to heaven by his loving daughter Beverly, who preceded him in death. A memorial for family and friends will take place at 2:00, Saturday, May 11 at the Spicewood Baptist Church, 7903 County Road 404, Spicewood, TX. Arrangements Harrell Funeral Home.


Published in Austin American-Statesman on May 11, 2013
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