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Bobby Wayne Foster Obituary
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August 15, 2018

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July 29, 2017
Rest In Peace my brother. Peace to you Rose and family.
December 8, 2015
Dear Mrs. Rose Foster,
We have never met and I'm sorry for that. I also don't know your children but I do remember Bobby's good friend, Joe Louis Murphy.
Bobby and I were friends clear back in the days when we were students at Five Points and Ernie Pyle. I followed Bobby's careen with great admiration and pride. Pride not only for Bobby but where we all come from in the South Valley. (He lived on Riverside and I was a couple blocks away on the corner of Michigan and Bridge Street.) Many were the play battles between us and make believe Japanese in the Bosque by the river. (Remember this was during WWII and shortly thereafter). Part of our "platoon" involved Bobby Foster, Eddie Gonzales, Steve Apodaca, and yours truly. We all grew up and went our separate ways...with varying degrees of success. However, Bobby achieved the greatest success of all. I have always been so proud to be his friend, and, over the years, whenever we ran into each other he never ceased to acknowledge me and our lifelong friendship.
Whenever you feel the need to talk to a friend of Bobby's please feel free to give me a call at 505-281-7601---Romeo & Dianne Di Lallo
December 4, 2015
A wonderful man.
December 2, 2015