Goldie Louise Foster, 95, of Abilene passed from this life Wednesday, September 19, 2018 in Abilene.
A funeral service will be held Monday, September 24, 2018 at 10 AM at the Elmwood Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Jack Smith and Pastor Dave Kessel officiating.
Goldie was born on May 18, 1923 in Buffalo Gap, TX. to the late Arthur and Nina Maloney Gaston, the oldest of three children. She married William Leonard Glasgow Jr. and they had one son. She later married her "True Love", Reese Foster. Goldie spent most of her life in service of the less fortunate, working for years at the Abilene State School where she retired in 1990. She loved being with people, especially children at her church, spending years working in the nursery at First Church of the Nazarene.
Goldie was also preceded in death by her husband Reese Foster and a grandson, Leonard Glasgow IV.
Goldie is survived by her brother, Lawrence Gaston of Abilene; sister, Jean Pace and husband Bill of Kalispell, Montana; son, Leonard Glasgow III and wife Chris of Buffalo Gap; granddaughter, LouCyndia Holloway and husband Greg of Weatherford, TX; grandsons, Kristopher Glasgow and wife Meagan of Abilene, Shane Glasgow and wife Sharae of Merkel, Brent Glasgow and wife Wendi of Buffalo Gap; 11 great grandchildren; numerous neices and nephews.
Dear family , I’m very sorry to hear of the loss of your dear precious Miss Goldie . May you find comfort from knowing that Miss Goldie is in God’s Loving Memory . The beautiful words at John 11:25 and Revelation 21:4. shows that God will not forgot her .
Emma RTampa, TX
Leonard, I'm so glad I got to know your sweet mama for a little while! I look forward to meeting her in Heaven one day! I will miss seeing you and Lawrence during visits!
Lilith MehaffeyAbilene, TX
We are so sorry to hear of Goldie’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
Michael & Kathy McGeeAnson, TX
I am very sorry to learn of the passing of this wonderful lady. She produced wonderful family members who are great friends to all. She will be sorely missed.
Beth BarnettWeatherford, TX
My aunt Goldie was magic. She welcomed everyone. Loved everyone. There are few souls that are as non judgmental, as loving, as her's. She was silly, smart, fun loving and without question one the kindest people I've ever known. I love you aunt Goldie. You set a high bar for the rest of us. I will miss you forever.
Tammy PaceSt. Pete, FL
My darling sister, you and I have always shared so many things that we both loved. We agree we had the very best family to grow up in. Music is in our soul. I love you. you are a woman to emulate. See you at the eastern gate.
Jean PaceKalispell, MT
Gooldie was so much a part of our lives, she loved and cherished everyone around her, she will be missed by use and all the Lynn family
Suzanne M LynnPoplar Bluff, MO
Goldie was such a precious and loving person, for as long as I can remember she was "Family". She was such a good neighbor to my Parents. I am so richly blessed by her love and her life.
Tim and Nelda Lynn WalkerMerkel, TX
We were so blessed by this sweet woman. She rocked and loved on our babies. They are now all grown and they love Ms. Goldie! blessings to her family
Robin HollonDenver City, TX
My family treasures our memories of Goldie as she ministered to them in the Nazarene nursery. Such a sweet soul that lifted up our children.
I loved this wonderful woman. We could sing hymns and love on her great grand babies endlessly. Heaven is getting a true angel. I love you Goldie.
Stella Louck BeechFort Worth, TX
What sweet, sweet memories Goldie has left with us here on earth as she completed her journey on her way to heaven and that mansion on the hill top. I can just hear her playing the piano and singing praises to God. Goldie loved her family and especially her grandchildren, as well as her dear friends. Oh how we will miss Goldie, Mamaw, for she shared her love with us all. I love you, Cindy
Cindy JayAbilene, TX