Laurence Foster

August 1948
November 2023


Larry had Parkinson's for 14 years and it is unfortunately a disease of continual decline. It had always been his wish to donate his body. I (wife) was his caregiver for all these years, with Hospice in the last 3 weeks. Larry was a graduate of West Point, Class of 1970 and absolutely loved his time there. He was MENSA, fluent and advanced in the language of Russian, in addition to Spanish and German. His big love was his German Shepherds, having 5 in his lifetime. The last week of his life at home, we had family, neighbors, friends, and even 6 dogs let him know he was very loved. A life well lived, but gone too soon. Science Care has returned his cremated ashes, and this summer/fall they will be interred at West Point with a full military burial. Larry had a wry sense of humor, was kind, and had an outstanding knowledge of history. In the last moments of his life, I asked him to send me a sign that he made it to his next destination and to say hi to our White GSD, Sadie. One early morning after his passing, I saw the brightest shooting star with a super long tail. The sign for sure, Larry will be missed beyond measure. He was very loved.

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