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Larry Joe Foster
24 Oct 1942 - 31 Dec 2007
© Davis Funeral Home
Reprinted with permission

Larry Joe Foster, Cushing resident, passed away on Monday December 31, 2007 at the Cushing Regional Hospital at the age of 65 years.

The son of the late Joseph James Foster and Erma Jane Blake, Larry was born on October 24, 1942 in Fairview, OK and was reared and educated in Southard, OK.

He was united in marriage to Patricia Sterling on January 5, 1963 in Kiowa, KS.

Larry enjoyed his cattle; riding horses and fishing.

Survivors include his wife of almost 45 years, Pat of the home; five children, Sterling Foster and his family of Yukon, Michael Foster of Cushing, Connie Goad and her family of Edmond, Gary Laird and his family of Vici, OK and Jerry Laird, Jr. and his family of Watonga; seven grandchildren and other relatives and friends.

Private services will be held for the family at a later time.

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