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Kellie lit a candle
Thursday, December 14, 2017
Kellie Winters posted a condolence
Thursday, December 14, 2017Hank was the greatest! My family net Hank in Arizona I think 2000 when we moved there from Washington. He was a grumblie old guy who wasn't too friendly at first until I took him over the first batch of chocolate chip cookies then best buds from there.He and Billie ended up being the two greatest neighbors anyone could ask for.We kept in contact up until just recently and after many attempts to contact him something told me he was gone...R.I.P Hank Foster you were a great man. My heart is sad knowing you are gone. Love you
Jeanine and Tom Blomberg posted a condolence
Thursday, December 14, 2017We first heard the name “Hank Foster” or as his late wife, Billie, affectionately called him “My Hankie” over 50 years ago. We will always remember Hank well – he was tall, strong, good looking, self-confident, a teaser, and not at all hesitant to provide answers to any and all questions! Hank was much more than a brother-in-law to us. He was a “big brother” and over the years our bond and love for Hank became stronger and stronger. For the rest of our lives, there will be a void and that void is Hank. He was our brother, friend, relative, and a man who always surprised and amazed us. In our visit to New Jersey, just before Hank died, we were able to spend time with Hank as well as his son, Hank Jr., and Andrea, Little Hank, and Thomas. It was so evident that Hank will live on forever in their hearts. Hank, you were something and thank you for sharing so much with us over the years. We love you and will miss you.
The family of Hank L. Foster uploaded a photo
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Barbara Panebianco and Jerry Ottavi lit a candle
Thursday, November 30, 2017