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Kathleen "Kay" Priscilla Foster
January 16, 1933 ~ January 4, 2023 (age 89) 89 Years Old
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Kathleen P. Foster went to be with her savior, Jesus on Wednesday, January 4 while at home surrounded by her family. Her warm smile, tender hugs, kindness and gentle spirit will be missed.
Kay was a seamstress, CNA, homemaker and supported her husband’s business, Gerald Foster & Son Burner Service.
She was a part of a quilting group at church. They made baby quilts for the Linus Project, a non-profit organization that provides handmade blankets to children in need. She also handmade quilts for expectant moms at pregnancy medical centers to encourage the choice of life.
She was an active member of New Covenant Baptist Church.
She was a gifted artisan who loved painting, quilting, crocheting and needlepoint work.
She loved spending time with family and friends playing games, singing and just visiting.
Some of her favorite things were watching birds, especially hummingbirds and cardinals, the ocean, sea shells and collecting buttons. Growing up in Alberta, she had never seen the ocean until after she was married and moved to New Brunswick. She especially loved lighthouses.
She is pre-deceased by her husband, Gerald M. Foster and son, Robert (Bobby) Foster. She is survived by her four children, Donna (Foster) Wyman and husband Joe, Linda (Foster) Ullah and her husband, Ehsan, Clifford and Joanne Foster, and Karen (Foster) Sheltra and her husband, Brian. Grandchildren, Aubrey Wyman, Joshua Wyman and his wife, Jacqueline, Alexander Sheltra and fiancé, Morgan Sabol, Kathleen (Cole) Wood and husband Eric, Nathan Foster and wife, Alyssa, Caitlyn Foster and fiancé, Matthew Kerr and Westley Sheltra. Great Grandchildren; Hayden and Gavin Wyman. Also sisters-in-law, Donna James and Lousie (Wease) Foster and many beloved nieces and nephews.
The family would like to thank the nurses and aides of Cornerstone Visiting Nurses and Wentworth Douglass Hospice & Homecare. Kay and the family were blessed by their expert and tender care.
Donations are encouraged to the following:
Our Daily Bread Ministries
P.O. Box 2222
Grand Rapids, MI 49501
Or online: Https://secure.ourdailybreak.org/donation/
American Cancer Society call: 1-800-227-2345 or online: Donate3.cancer.org