Zoeller Funeral Home


Evalyn Marie Foshee

15 junio , 193817 noviembre , 2020

Evalyn Marie Foshee of New Braunfels, TX passed away on November 17, 2020. She was born on June 15,1938 in Sand Springs, Oklahoma. She married Isaac Foshee on January 17,1953 in Tulsa, OK. She was married for 64 years before Ike passed in 2017.

She and Ike raised 5 children: Isaac (Billy) William and wife Paulette of Amarillo, TX; Janice Marie Geerdes of New Braunfels, TX; Durrah Lynn Foshee (deceased in 2006) and wife Townya of Cosmosmiel, TX; Eva Renee Baker of Grove, Oklahoma; and Tonya and Kenneth Carrier of Amarillo, TX. She leaves behind 10 grandchildren and numerous great grandchildren. Evalyn is also survived by her sisters, Connie Buettner of Trinity, TX and Tomi Wagner of Vega, TX.

Marie drove a truck and worked on her farm raising 5 children. She enjoyed crafts, sewing, canning, and church activities. She opened her home to everyone as she loved to cook and visit with friends. She loved the Lord and took her family to church.

She lived in Sand springs, Oklahoma; Pawnee, Oklahoma; Amarillo, Texas; Valle De Oro, Texas; and final home in New Braunfels, Texas.

She now has a brand new body!


Evalyn Marie Foshee


Lynne Williams

18 diciembre , 2020

Marie and I had so much fun being the redheads. We laughed that we shared the same “color by Walmart”. She always had a smile for everyone.

Deborah Spencer

15 diciembre , 2020

I met Marie at First Church Of Valle De Oro almost 20 years ago. She was always sweet and kind. She always wanted to be helpful, she made the flowers for my wedding in 2005, she made me a pretty corsage for my baby shower, she was always excited to give my daughters presents on special occasions.She put a lot of love into the gifts that she created.
I am so blessed to have known her. I look forward to seeing her again in her mansion just over the hill top.
Here’s a picture of Marie and Ike with my first daughter 12 years ago.
My condolences to her family.May God grant you peace and May she live on in your good memories of her.

Billy Foshee

28 noviembre , 2020

To the best mom raised us well .and we fought also .but we had a good raising with u and Dad.I will see u in heaven .

Eddie Goodman

28 noviembre , 2020

One of best memory was the detections my Dad got from her to find her house.
You drive down that dirt road until you see that horse standing at the corner of the fence and you make a right turn.
Love you always and we will meet on the other side of that fence someday....
Next to that horse....
Love Eddie and Netta and Family

Caroll Marie Foshee

19 noviembre , 2020

Grams, you will be missed by so many. I will cherish the letters we wrote back and forth when I was a teen. I won't ever forget getting my hair braided, you teaching me embroidery, and so much more. I love you. Give our loved ones in Heaven a hug from me. I will see you when I get there. 💗

Andrea Garcia (Foshee)

19 noviembre , 2020

The most caring and loving woman. She was the best Grandma and I will strive my best to be just like her. From her voice and kind words when needed, to her nagging, to the best biscuits and gravy. I loved her more than she knew. She is in the most beautiful place ever now.

Debbie Foshee

19 noviembre , 2020

Marie was a great Mother-In-Law, friend and Grandmother. Always had open arms and a big smile for family and friends. I will miss cleaning out her refrigerator when I would go out there and eat a glorious meal!
She will be missed by all who knew and loved her!

Lori and David Shuler

18 noviembre , 2020

Aunt Marie was truly an angel here on earth. Always putting other people first. If you entered her home you were considered family from then on. We will miss you so much. But have so many wonderful memories and will always hold a place in our heart.

Lloyd & Sherry Crosley

18 noviembre , 2020

I felt like she was a 2nd mom to me. She was very good friends to my mom and dad. She will be missed greatly. Love and prayers to the family.

Toni Carrier

18 noviembre , 2020

She was a great Mother.
She was a loving and caring to everyone. The doir was always opened to anyone and would always find you something to eat.
Had a big heart.