In Memory

Craig Frank Foster

Craig Frank Foster

March 7, 1975

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03/11/10 07:21 AM #1    

Delaine Worley (Litman-Hohenfeldt)

The first "date" I ever had was with Craig. We had know each other since elementary school. When we were 11 years old we went to the Oak Village Theatre to see the Beatles' movie, "A Hard Day's Night." One of our moms drove us there and the other mom picked us up. He was one of the cutest, sweetest boys I knew in school and always had a special place in my heart.

03/14/10 07:06 PM #2    

Debbie Fridrich (Hatt)

I was walking across campus at Texas A&M in 1974, and ran into Craig. He had just returned from Germany (from the Army), and had enrolled at A&M. I believe he died over spring break the following month in a car wreck.

03/21/10 06:16 PM #3    

Carol Renee Mayberry (Brown)

Craig 'Aggie' was one of my best friends all the way thru high school. We never dated, but we hung out together when we weren't dating someone else. I could always count on Aggie. It's really hard knowing he isn't with us anymore, I heard he had died in a car accident back then. I never really believed it until I saw it in black and white here. Love ya Aggie, and will see you again someday!

03/30/10 08:11 PM #4    

Sue Speir

Craig was a sweet and kind boy. I did not know how or when he died and am saddened by the news. Rest well Craig. We will miss you at our reunion.

04/03/10 03:15 PM #5    

Scott Sheldon

I remember after high school, I think it was 72 because I hadn't gotten my draft notice yet, Craig called me.
He was an Army recruiter then. He wanted me to join the Army. I told him that if he knew me better he would have known I really wasn't Army material!
He told me he had a card that I had sent in saying I was interested in joining the Army.
I told him I sure didn't send in a card saying I wanted to join the Army! (Prolly my mother..she didn't approve of my life style much then)
He tried a few more times...we had some neat talks. Craig was a really cool guy! A true friend to all.
I remember hearing he passed. I thought it was Vietnam.
Rest well my friend.
Thank you for your service to our country!
You are a true Hero!

06/12/10 05:14 PM #6    

Debra Donham (Barr)

Craig was my first date, too, only in 9th. grade.  We went to a movie, and I had to be home at 10.  I never really got to know him well, but he was always very sweet to me and treated me like a lady.  I'm sorry he passed before reaching his potential here on earth, but I'm sure the Lord called him home when it was the right time.  God bless you, Craig.

07/23/10 04:30 AM #7    

Delaine Worley (Litman-Hohenfeldt)

I was asked to forward this information to our class from Craig's sister Paula:

Paula Foster July 22 at 9:00pm

Delaine - can you please do our family a favor and correct the posting on the 1971 Spring Woods website Memory page for Craig. He passed away on Friday, March 7, 1975 in a single car accident on his way home from A&M to our parents home, who had recently relocated to Beeville then. He fell asleep at the wheel and hit an oak tree. The accident was just outside of Goliad, Texas. He had just started at A&M that fall after having served in the U.S. Army in Germany. He was a proud member of the Army rodeo and my parents established several scholarships in his name at A&M and have been honored to have helped numerous students since Craig passed away.


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