Natalie Janice Patricia FOSTER


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Natalie Janice

Patricia

July 1, 1939 ~ Aug. 13, 2005

Formerly of Nanaimo. Natalie has lived in Campbell River for the last 16 years.

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of our beloved daughter, sister, wife and mom. Pre-deceased by her mother Dorothy Kidds. Natalie is survived by her father George Kidds of Nanaimo, her husband of 46 years, Allan.

Children: Alana(Doug Carlson) Foster, Alison (Dennis) Scoville of Boyle, Alberta and Jamie Foster of Edmonton, Alberta. Grandchildren: Ryan, Shylo, Amber, Dennis, Matthew, Nicky, Melodie and Mary. Sisters: Sharon (Larry) Maxwell and Darlene Jack both of Nanaimo. Nieces and nephews: Linda, Bonnie, Robbie, Kathy, Christine.

Our mom was a member of TOPS for many years, had numerous friends, many of whom became part of her extended family, knowing her as “Nanny”

Our mom’s passions were movies, garage sales, and a sale of any kind, and anyone who knew her, knew this. Our mom loved with all she had and she had a lot to love. To remember her, go to a movie with someone you love, laugh out loud. The louder the better. She will hear you.

A Thank-you to all who have supported our family through this time of loss, and to Mona, James, Rueben, Christian, and Sara.

Debbie, Shawn, Jessica, and Shawna, thank-you for loving our mom.

Celebration of life to be held on Thursday, August 25th 1-4p.m. at the Elk’s Lodge, 516 South Dogwood, Campbell River, BC.

In lieu of flowers please send donations to the SPCA 490 Merecroft Rd., Campbell River, BC in her name.

Miss me-but let me go….

When I come to

the end of the road

And the sun has set for me,

I want no rites in a

gloom filled room

Why cry for a soul set free?

Miss me a little-but not too long

And not with your

head bowed low.

Remember the love that we once shared.

Miss me-but let me go.

For this is a journey

that we all must take

And each must go alone.

It’s part of the MASTER’S PLAN

A step on the road to home.

When you are lonely

and sick at heart,

Go to the friends we know

And bury your sorrows in doing good deeds.

Miss me-but let me go.


Sutton’s In Care of

Arrangements

287-4812