Crystal Ann Margaret Foster
1982 - 2021
BORN
1982
DIED
2021
Crystal Ann Margaret Foster was a caring daughter, sister, auntie, cousin and friend. She left this world suddenly on October 4, 2021 at the age of 38.

Crystal was born to Glendene Grant and Dwight Foster on December 29, 1982 in Kamloops, BC. It's where she grew up, went to school and met most of her friends. Crystal loved spending time in the kitchen creating delicious meals for her friends and family so much that she made a career out of it. Crystal spent many years cooking in kitchens and camps, a job she loved a lot. She had a passion for music, singing, dancing and festivals. Crystal loved bright lights and dressing up in colourful outfits. She has met a lot of amazing people throughout the years at her festivals and each one of them held a special place in her heart.

Crystal was an amazing auntie to all her nephews and nieces, blood or not. She loved spending time with all the kids and always wanted to take them out to do things together. She loved to spoil them, such as sneaking them outside for a midnight glowstick swim in the pool or going for slurpees and McDonald's at 3:00am while they visited Calgary. They are all so lucky to have had an auntie like her. Crystal had a heart of gold and treated her family and friends with kindness and compassion. She would always do whatever she could to help others.

Crystal was preceded in death by her father Dwight Foster on August 6, 2020, her niece Lailah Ann Arnold on November 23, 2012 and her sister (presumed) Jessica Edith Louise Foster, date unknown. She is survived by her mother Glendene, step-father Jim, sisters Katie (Jake) and Jennee (Catlin), nephews Matt and Jacobus, nieces Ilianna and Serenity, many cousins, aunties and uncles. She will always be remembered by her heart of gold, her beautiful smile, her infectious laugh and her kind, compassionate spirit.

Crystal has had a lot of struggles throughout the years, but just know she is now at peace and free. If anyone is struggling with drug addiction or mental illness, PLEASE, reach out: Phoenix Centre Kamloops: 250-374-4634, Mental Health Services Kamloops: 250-377-5000, Adult Addiction & Mental Health Services Calgary: 403-367-5000.
Published by Kamloops This Week from Oct. 19 to Nov. 18, 2021.
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My heart is heavy for the family & I send you all much love.
Avery Wallis
Friend
November 20, 2021
Rest in paradise, beautiful Crystal. Giving all my love to your family
Rachel
October 23, 2021
Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.
Julie Ross
October 21, 2021
Oh my precious baby girl. I'm still in shock. How can you be gone? My life is forever different now. You were going to take care of me as I get older. I'm going to miss our talks, our laughs, our hugs ... OUR LOVE. You were robbed of a long, happy life, and of that, I'll regret forever. Bye for now, my Crystal. I love you most. xoxox
Glendene Grant
Mother
October 20, 2021
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