Foster-Golden-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Heavenly Gate Funeral Services

Foster Lee Golden

Garland, Texas

Apr 13, 1944 – Jun 21, 2020 (Age 76)

About

BORN
April 13, 1944
DIED
June 21, 2020
AGE
76
LOCATION
Garland, Texas

Obituary

Send Flowers

Heavenly Gate Funeral Services Obituary

Foster Lee Golden, most commonly known as “Bopeep”, was born April 13, 1944, to the union of the late Lanie and Marie Golden in Shreveport, LA.


He relocated to Dallas, TX in 1964 and made a career as a steelworker for Fort Worth Steel CO and then on to Hensley Industries where he retired in 2005. He prided himself on his steel craft. 


On Memorial Day 1986 he married the late Elaine Morgan- Golden who was the love of his life.


On any given weekend or at family events, Bopeep could be found playing his blues music with the car doors open. He also loved bringing out his electric guitar and amplifier to play a tune from his favorite artists such as Lightnin’ Hopkins, Bobby “Blue” Bland, and BB King. Often times he made up his own melody. He was always the life of the party. He loved his family and was a strong protector and provider.


He leaves to cherish his memories, two supportive sons: Roland (Sharon) Morgan of Dallas, TX, and Cedric Morgan of Dallas, TX; three beloved brothers: Robert Golden of Dallas, TX. L.C. (Bertha) Golden of Shreveport, LA, and Lance Golden (Carrie Evans) of Marshall, TX; two sisters that he adored: Odessia (Charles) Johnson of Dallas, TX and Dale Golden of Dallas, TX; two grandchildren- the light of his world: TashaOnna Jackson and Devonte Morgan of Dallas, TX; two nieces of whom he cherished as daughters: LaQuita “Penny” Golden (Darrell Bean) of Aurora, CO., and DaLisa Woodard of Dallas, TX. He also leaves to cherish his memories: six sisters in law: Joyce Goffney of New Waverly TX, Elizabeth Goffney of Albuquerque NM, Ellen (Larry) Edwards of Dallas TX, Barbara (Rev. Johnny) Hubbard of Dallas TX, Faye (William) Morgan and Debra (Kenneth) Morgan; one brother in law Donnie (Shirley) Morgan of Dallas TX and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Read More

Guest Book

Not sure what to say?