OBITUARIO

Deborah "Debbie" May Foster

31 diciembre , 195610 enero , 2020
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Bossier City, LA - On January 10, 2020 Deborah May Foster finished her travel on earth and went to heaven to be with the Lord, Jesus Christ.

Debbie leaves behind on earth her father, John Wesley Hardin, Sr.; mother, Eva May Hardin; three children, Justin Thomas Hardin, Toby Ray Shores and Sarah Lynn Foster; several grandchildren; one brother, John Wesley Hardin, Jr. and a sister, Danielle Renee Riess.

Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, January 14, 2020 at Stockwell Missionary Baptist Church, 2201 Stockwell Road, Bossier City, LA with Reverend Nathan Luellen officiating. The family will receive friends at 9:00 a.m. prior to the service.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to your church to further the work of the Lord.

  • FAMILIA

  • John Wesley Hardin, Sr., Father
  • Eva May Hardin, Mother
  • Justin Thomas Hardin, Son
  • Toby Ray Shores, Son
  • Sarah Lynn Foster, Daughter
  • John Wesley Hardin, Jr, Brother
  • Danielle Renee Riess, Sister

Servicios

  • Visitation martes, 14 enero , 2020
  • Funeral Service martes, 14 enero , 2020

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Sarah Foster

3 febrero , 2020

My mom was what you would call a free spirit. She had her own rules, her own beliefs, and she seen the world differently then others. She often spoke of her travels as a kid and the places life took her. After many years of no longer living in Okinawa, Japan she could still count and speak a few words in Japanese. My mother loved animals and anything unique looking especially oriental. I always felt that the small amount of time she spent in Japan made a great impact how she seen the world culturally. My mother had an eye for antiques, she was a collector of sorts, I often thought she watched to much antique roadshow cause she was always looking for unique finds, the older the better. My mother was a strong women, very strong minded and stubborn like her father. It was always a debate who she looked more like, Papa or Grandma and to this day, I still cant choose. I believe I got a lot of my stubbornness, strong will and love for all cultures from her. we may not have always had the best relationship, but at the end of the day she was still my mother, I will forever miss and love her and wish everyday I had more time with her. I love you mom.

Chasity Shores

13 enero , 2020

Debbie was always on the move. She never slowed down. She was full of life and stories to tell. There were several nights we sat there talking about our lives and theories that we had come up with. The way she lit up when she got real excited about something. I’ll never forget the times and talks we had. I hope heaven is all you expected it to be Debbie. We love and miss you beyond words. Rest easy and see you later.

Sadie Butler

12 enero , 2020

Debbie was a very sweet person. She always wanted the best for everyone. She loved her grandchildren very much (Brayden and Ryleigh shores). I will never forget all the fun times she, Toby, and I had! We will miss you so much!
Love,
Sadie, Brayden, and Ryleigh Ann ❤

Tracy Cox

12 enero , 2020

I'm grateful I got to spend time and get to know her at my home In Carlsbad. Before she moved back to Louisiana. she was like the rest of us with the OCD cleaning! Runs in the family! Right Trevie? I miss her. She was very good to me.

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Bossier City, LA - On January 10, 2020 Deborah May Foster finished her travel on earth and went to heaven to be with the Lord, Jesus Christ.

Debbie leaves behind on earth her father, John Wesley Hardin, Sr.; mother, Eve May Hardin; three children, Justin Thomas Hardin, Toby Ray Shores and Sarah Lynn Foster; several grandchildren; one brother, John Wesley Hardin, Jr. and a sister, Danielle Renee Riess.

Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, January 14, 2020 at Stockwell Missionary Baptist Church, 2201 Stockwell Road, Bossier City, LA with Reverend Nathan Luellen officiating. The family will receive friends at 9:00 a.m. prior to the service.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to your church to further the work of the Lord.