OBITUARY

Curtis W. Fostrom

May 10, 1945April 25, 2021

Curtis W. Fostrom, 75, of Davenport, Iowa passed away at Davenport Lutheran Home on April 25th, 2021. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 pm on Friday, May 7th, 2021 at Runge Mortuary.

Visitation will be at 1:00 pm. Masks will be worn and social distancing observed. Burial will follow at Davenport Memorial Park. Memorials may be made to Our Savior Presbyterian Church, rural LeClaire, IA. Online condolences may be left at www.rungemortuary.com.

Curtis was born on May 10th, 1945 in Silvis, Illinois to Carl and Mildred (Peterson) Fostrom. He was united in marriage to Frances (Kay) Fostrom on July 1st, 1973 in rural LeClaire, Iowa. Curtis was employed by the North Scott School District where he retired after working 31 years. Curtis enjoyed a lifelong interest in mechanical pursuits earning certifications as a Master Truck Technician and School Bus Technician. As a well-rounded craftsman, he had an appreciation for woodworking, electrical maintenance, and home improvement. Those left to cherish Curtis’ memory are his wife, Frances; sons, Charles and Andrew; and a sister, Lucille Dinberg. Curtis was preceded in death by his father Carl, his mother Mildred, and an infant son. The family gives special thanks to the staff at Davenport Lutheran Home for their compassionate care of Curtis.

  • FAMILY

  • Carl Fostrom, Father (deceased)
  • Mildred (Peterson) Fostrom, Mother (deceased)
  • Frances (Kay) Fostrom, Wife
  • Charles Fostrom, Son
  • Andrew Fostrom, Son
  • Lucille Dinberg, Sister
  • DONATIONS

  • Our Savior Presbyterian Church

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, May 7, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, May 7, 2021

Memories

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Robert Hamann

May 7, 2021

Dear Aunt Frances, Charlie and Andy,
Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the loss of Uncle Curtis.

I have fond memories of our time together. We built a windmill with my erector set and then he hooked up his miniature steam engine to drive it over 45 years ago. I still have the custom windmill blades that he fabricated. It was fascinating!

Later in life he helped my friends and I with “car problems” and gave us great advice. He was always very happy to assist. 🙂 Good times! Thank you, Uncle Curtis. May you Rest In Peace.

Sincerely,
Robert Hamann

Betsy Keller

May 6, 2021

Frannie, I am so sorry to learn of Curtis’ death. You two were so good for each other and so good to my mom. I think of you fondly -

Betsy Keller

Carolyn Wiese

May 3, 2021

Lucille and Family -

I was so sorry to read about Curtis' passing. He was our neighbor in Eldridge, IA for several years, and I remember chatting with him about our parents, who were all great friends in the '40's & '50's. My parents were David and Violet Park, and I and my younger brother Stanley spent many happy hours at your home while our parents visited. We kids usually ended up in the basement, and you had that wonderful old Victrola record player that we enjoyed! I know Curtis had some rough times, but there were also good times and the fun memories made. My sincere sympathy and love to you and your family.

Alan Eastland

May 3, 2021

Hi Lucille,
Denny sent me notification of the passing of your brother. Although I didn't have opportunity to know him well, I am so sorry for your loss, and pray for God's comfort for you and your family. Blessings and peace to you all.
Al

Pat Halverson

May 1, 2021

Such a nice man, and tuned up my lawnmower a couple times for me! Sorry for your loss.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY