Albertine Ramseur Foster

Oakland, California


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Albertine (Abbe) Ramseur Foster Dec. 15, 1925 Dec. 27, 2011 Former Resident of Oakland Albertine (Abbe) Ramseur Foster passed away peacefully in the home of her daughter and son-in-law on Tuesday, December 27 in Detroit, Michigan. Mrs. Foster was born in Cleveland County, North Carolina and...

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Iam the son of Viola Poulson-Hill-Ramsuer,wife of B.Edwin Ramsuer,and a1973 Cheyney Graduate.I just learned of your Mother,s passing from my Brother,Bordes Ramsuer;today.Take solace in knowing your "Mom" has seen Jesus,s face.May God continue to bless you and your family.

To the family of Mrs. Foster I offer my heartfelt condolences. We remember Mrs. Foster from teaching at the R.S.Walton School where said made a positive impression on all her students & was a great motivator! She will definitely be missed by all here in Philadelphia!

Dear Dr. Foster, I've been thinking about your Mother for some time. I talk about doing a Flower Garden for her in one of the plots @ our Marcus Foster Bldg. on Cheyney's campus. Your Mother was my music teacher @ R.S. Walton Elementary School. My. Father, Raymond K. Edwards, Sr. was from Darby, PA, so I always felt like family. We'll keep you in our prayers. Thanks for being such a good daughter. Vicki Edwards Redmond

I am saddened by the death of your
lovely, brillant mother. I was a young
teacher at RS Walton in Phila. where she
was vice principal.She often spoke of her daughter who she loved deeply.

Dear Dr. Foster,
I am sadden by the loss of your dear Mother.Your parents have had a lasting affect on both my personal and professional life.God be with you as you experience this period of bereavement.

Job well done. Glory be to God!

I shall always remember Abbe as a member of the Fine Arts Group called "The Spirits". Abbe read poetry, Jacqueline Hairston played the piano, Yvonne Daniels danced and I played the flute. May her soul, and the souls of all the faithful departed, rest in peace.

The Rev. Dr. Katherine L. Ward +

I was sorry to hear of your loss.I remember Dr. Marcus Foster as an icon and one of the great pioneer's in paving the way for many of us, as Cheyney grads, to aspire to school administration. I am now aware of a major force behind the throne,who supported his great leadership and educational accomplishments. You have my deepest sympathy and respect.

My condolences to the entire family. I am a class of 2000 alumnus from Cheyney University, as well as an Educator and I owe much of the legacy that we are creating to that which the Foster's have left. Know that their dreams are living on. Thank you