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Steven Foster

Steven Craig Foster

Friday, November 9th, 1951 - Saturday, February 13th, 2021
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Steven C Foster entered this life on 11/9/1951 son to Frank and Carolyn Foster passed away peacefully in 2/13/2021.

He leaves behind wife Vera Foster, children son Shawn Foster daughter Jessica Foster Campbell husband Dana, also brothers Frank Foster wife Kathy, brother Brian Foster wife Mary as well as special brother in-law Richard Fletcher.

Preceded in death by his parents and sister Kathleen Foster Fletcher. Also a host of grandchildren great grandchildren as well as many other family members and numerous friends.

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Holland Windmill Chorus

Posted at 04:19pm
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Bill McAndrew

Posted at 04:09pm
We'll always remember Steve for his intensity in whatever project he undertook, and his great love of ringing chords. RIP. --- Bill McAndrew, President, Holland Windmill Chorus.
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Bill McAndrew

Posted at 04:07pm
During his years in the Holland Barbershop chapter (Quartet singing organization), I thought Steve was the busiest guy in Barbershop. He volunteered for, and often single-handedly managed, some of our largest chapter projects. I have a great memory of him sleeping down at the Park Theatre in Holland for a few days, managing an almost round-the-clock Singing Valentines campaign (our best ever). Sometimes it was more responsibility than one person could handle, but he had the great heart to jump in when no one else was coming forward.

Although lead was his natural part, he often wound up happily singing baritone, as he did in one of my early quartets: Black River, along with Mark Andrew and James Hall. This fun but ill-conceived quartet was made up of the last 4 guys at the party—usually doing cleanup. Sadly, we were 3 leads and a bass, so Steve and I had to be shoehorned into Bari and tenor respectively. We fought hard to make it work, even attending Harmony University in Missouri as a quartet, but eventually had to admit this dog didn’t hunt. Oh, but the stories along the way will not be forgotten; what we didn't have in quality we made up for in hilarity.

I've attached a few photos of Steve's major quartets over the years. The cowboys are "Black River", talked about above. The red-vested guys are "2 Young and 2 Old" who sang from 1993-1998. One of Steve's last quartets was "VierSangers" (we're singers) ca. 2003.

We'll always remember Steve for his
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