Condolences for Edward S. Foster, Jr.

Robert Feldman posted on 2/17/19

Your brother, Duncan, was my best friend. You each wanted very different things from life. You, the serious, focused one; and fun loving, hard working, Duncan. Despite that, he had the deepest love and respect for you that I've ever seen a brother have. No one was more proud of you than he. I just hope you knew that. You always soared among us, now you soar above us. Peace.

 

Michael D. Krause posted on 2/9/19

Ed was my Cadet Colonel. We met again as teachers of history at West Point. When Ed was posted to Korea, Ed asked our family to take care of his wife while he was deployed. We enjoyed doing so. The Ed returned he surprised me with a gift of thanks: Four Korean mounted bas relief warriors. They hang in our home library in Northfield, Vermont. We honor Ed as Cadet Colonel and as serving officer in our great Army. All the best to the Family.

 

Dominic Ruggerio, Colonel USA ret posted on 2/8/19

To Ed’s family Remember Ed from Norwich days and our year in the Armor Career course. Smart guy who we teased about not having to study because he could put a book under his pillow and go to sleep. Yet the next day he would max the exam. R I p my friend!

 

 

Edith Bishop posted on 2/2/19

So many memories of my brother, Ed, this one is of him giving me away in place of my deceased father, when I was married.

 

Edith Bishop posted on 2/1/19

Melody, Mackenzie, Michaela, I will try to say what Ned meant to all of us, but words do not suffice. He was the incarnation of everything good. Accomplished, kind, loving, compassionate, loyal, devoted, supportive, disciplined, prolific, and more. He was the perfect son, brother, husband, father, friend. He made us all want to be better. We would all be different if he had not crossed our path. Just think of him as living in the hearts of those he touched, for nothing loved is ever lost and he was loved so much.

 

Edith Bishop posted on 2/1/19

Melody, Mackenzie, Michaela, I will try to say what Ned meant to all of us, but there really are no words. He was the incarnation of everything good. Accomplished, kind, loving, compassionate, loyal, devoted, supportive, disciplined, prolific, and more. He was the perfect son, brother, husband, father, friend. He made us all want to be better. We would all be different if he had not crossed our path. Just think of him as living in the hearts of those he touched, for nothing loved is ever lost and he was loved so much.

 

Jeneane Raper posted on 1/31/19

Dr. Morrow, Mackenzie, and Michaela, I am so sorry to learn about Mr. Foster's passing, please know that you all will be in my thoughts and prayers and may God comfort you in your time of grief. Sincerely, Jeneane Raper