Nelsen Funeral Home & Crematory

4650 South Laburnum Avenue, Richmond, VA


Eunice Linda Foster

October 25, 1947September 10, 2020

Eunice Linda Foster, 72, of Port Orange, Fla., passed away on Thursday, September 10, 2020.

She was preceded in death by her parents, James and Laura Claytor.

Left to cherish her memory are her loving husband of 36 years, Tony M. Foster; children, Stanley E. Acors III, James Thomas Acors Sr. (Crystal); stepdaughter, Melinda Hamilton (Bobby); grandchildren, Amber Craze Acors, James Acors; step grandchildren, Michael and Erin Hamilton; brother, Thomas "Butch" Claytor (Sandra) and their children and grandchildren; brother-in-law, Wayne Foster (Donna) and their sons; sister-in-law, Norma Liptrap and her son.

Our family cannot express enough gratitude for whom we believe was her guardian angel, Wendy Harris. She came into her life and gave her the best care and support a person could have.


Eunice Linda Foster

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Debbie Wright

September 14, 2020

Sympathy and prayers for the Acors family!

Thomas Acors

September 13, 2020

You were the Best Momma in the world and I love to the moon and back.

Peggy Norris

September 13, 2020

We even got our social security cards at the same time - there are just so many wonderful memories I have of us that it breaks my heart not to have gotten to share all those wonderful memories - your daddy hunting and dressing the rabbits and deer, the beagles - Patty Pan - and the fried chicken you mama would send for your lunch when we took those field trips - loved your mama's cooking - and the times we went to cut collard greens - so many wonderful and loving memories - my sincere prayers and sympathy to your family - and as I said - "Til we meet again." God bless my sweet one


Peggy Norris

September 13, 2020

I am grief struck - I have had you in my thoughts for so long - even wrote you a letter at Christmas because I wanted to share with you - laugh with you and now cry with you - We had such a great time and I've thought back to when you all moved to Emporia Street and we went to Williamsburg, Charlottesville and other school activities at Montrose - we went to town every Saturday as I was going to piano lessons and you went with me so we could go to the movies or just browsing through Thalhimers, Miller and Rhoads and Woolworths - and we would eat lunch at the Trailways station - and it amazes me how we at such a young age could ride the bus to town and walk around Richmond as well as go to the Trailways station for lunch - what a wonderful and loving time we had then - enjoying music as we would get the latest magazine at the drugstore there at Calvary where we would go between Sunday school and church - we'd get those and then learn the lines to the songs - and you were an Elvis fan - I believe you may have had all his albums/records - I am tearfully writing this - I wanted so much to get with you and reminiece about all our great and fun times - even the ones where we disagreed - remember when we had a white rat in our class at Montrose and it had to be taken home on the weekends - you took that white rat and we'd sit on the other side of Williamsburg Road with that cage and waited for your daddy to pick us up after his work - we made potholders, your dad cut us squares that we put decals on and shellacked and went from door to door trying to make some money - taking drink bottles to the A & P to get a little bottle return fee - you delivering papers - getting bit by that dog on Danville street - playing in the "pool" of water at the firehouse when it rained heavily - cutting grass - you helping me with my chores on Saturday so we could go outside and play - you would iron for me as I hated doing that!!! - I am looking forward to us meeting in our heavenly home!

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