Roger Glenn Foster

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76 of The Woodlands, Texas a loving father and grandfather, made his transition into the arms of the angels on November 27, 2011. He passed during Thanksgiving weekend, a time of sharing gratitude for all the gifts, blessings and loved ones in our lives.

Born March 25,1935 in Winchester, Massachusetts. Roger was a graduate of Winchester High School and Tufts University. He honorably served as a Captain in the United States Marine Corps and was a Master Mason. His early career included years working as chef at restaurants on Cape Cod and in the greater Boston area in addition to teaching mathematics at Dennis-Yarmouth High School. Following those prior accomplishments he then began selling real estate. There are countless people whose lives have been touched in The Woodlands, Texas and Cape Cod, Massachusetts by the commitment Roger put into finding them the perfect home in his more than 35 years as a realtor. Roger was awarded the distinguished prism award for new home sales in the Greater Houston Area. Not only was Roger a legendary realtor, broker and mentor he was a caring friend to people and impacted the communities in which he lived.

Roger was a family oriented man. His family always came first! He loved the ocean, boating and fishing with his family and friends. Some of his fondest memories were summer weekend trips to Monomoy Island aboard his boat the "Jolly Roger" for summer weekends of clam digging, waterskiing and good times with friends. He enjoyed watching his kids play their sports and was also an avid fan of the Boston Bruins, Celtic, Red Sox and the Houston Rockets.

He was preceded in death by his wife Beverly in April 2000. Those left to cherish his memory are his six children; Peter von Zweck (wife Maureen) Margaret Foster Jorn (husband William), Shakti Shivaya, Tiemo von Zweck (wife Kristin), Natalie Foster Weber (husband David) and Jerry Foster. His legacy also includes 13 grandchildren, Derek, Katie, Michael and Annie von Zweck, Nathalie, Austin, and Erik Jorn, Becca and Drew von Zweck, Justin Hailey, Hannah Weber and Madison and Ashlyn Foster.

His was a life well lived, and those who have shared it are truly grateful to have known him. We will all miss him.

Memorial service will be held at 2:00 PM, Sunday December 11, 2011 at Gateway Baptist Church 2930 Rayford Rd. Spring, Texas 77386. Reception following at Rico's Mexican restaurant 314 Sawdust Rd from 3:30-6:00 PM.

Published on from Dec. 2 to Dec. 15, 2011
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