Number of rows returned: 46

Aaron Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1988-09-01
Article Name: Aaron (Chuck) Foust
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier Sept. 1, 1988 Aaron (Chuck) Foust Aaron (Chuck) Foust, 85, of Clinton Towers, Cullom Street, Clinton, died Aug. 24, at St. Mary's Medical Center. He had been ill for the past 10 years with respiratory problems. Foust a native of Briceville, was the son the late James and Laura Weaver Foust. He retired in 1970. He had been a coal miner in a Bricevilel mine 20 years and drove a cab in the Lake City area for 26 years. Foust wife, the former Elvada Sharp of Scott County, lived in Briceville for many years. They had been married since 1939.They moved to Clinton in August 1984. His wife said that her husband, who was a member of Briceville United Methodist Church, took pride in beautifying the church and his home. In addition to his wife, he is survived by a daughter, Phyllis Ann Duncan, and son-in-law, Kenneth Duane Duncan, of Fayton, Ohio., two grandchildren, Pvt. Vincent Duncan of Fort Knox,Ky., and Stacey Duncan of Dayton. The funeral was held Friday at Martin Funeral Home in Lake City with the Rev. Ralph Cline, The Rev. Troy Christopher and the Rev. Lonnie Dison officiating. A graveside service was held Saturday Morning at Oak Ridge Memorial Park.

Albert Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1977-02-24
Article Name: Stroke Fells Ex-Miner Of Lake City
County: Anderson
City: Lake City
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Albert Foust,81, of Ross Cemetery Rd.,Lake City Rt.1,died at 5:45 p.m.Feb.16 at his home of a stroke. A retired coal miner,he was formerly employed at Cambria Coal Co.He was a veteran of War War I,serving in the Army,and was a former of the American Legion.A native of Lake City,he was the son of the late, Mr.and Mrs.Pleasant Foust.He was a member of Clinch River Baptist Church and enjoyed farming. Survivors include his wife,Mrs.Florence Heatherly Foust,three sons, Carl and Herbert of Hammond,Ind. and James Foust of Murphy,N.C.,two daughters,Miss.Eva Mae Foust and Mrs.Leomia Patterson of Lake City, five sisters,Mrs.Bessie Vowell,Mrs.Lillie McCoy,Mrs.Minnie Powers, Mrs.Stella Powers and Mrs.Irene Cox of Lake City,13 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.Funeral services were held Friday at Clinch River Baptist Church with the Rev.George Delozier and the Rev.Larry Webster officiating.Burial was in the Foust family cemetery

Arlena Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1949-12-22
Article Name: Mrs.Arlena Foust
County: Anderson
City: Lake City
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Funeral services for Mrs.John Foust,who died at her home in Lake City Monday night,will be held today {Thursday}at Sinking Springs Methodist Church at 2p.m. with the Rev.Luther Wilson officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery,Holly of Clinton has charge. The 79-year-old woman is survived by five sons,Lonzy,Dewey,Robert,Willie,and Earl,two daughters,Mrs.Savata Yarber of Clinton and Mrs.Martha Roan of Detroit, One sister Mrs.Sarah Taylor of Leinart,and 25 grandchildren

Billie Sue Foust
Newspaper: Clinton courier
Article Date: 1991-02-13
Article Name: Billie Sue Foust
County: Anderson
City: Clinton
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Billie Sue Foust, 48,daughter of Earl and Grace C. Foust of Bland Road,Clinton Rt.7,died Monday night at her home after a long illness.Billie Sue was a member of Black Oak Baptist Church and a native of anderson County.Survivors include two sisters and brothers-in-law,Joyce and Dale Cox of Pompano Beach,Fla.,Bobbie and James Q.Webber Jr. of Chattanooga,one brother and sister-in-law, Earl Jr. (Bud) and Nola Foust of Asheville,N.C.,nephews, Allen Cox of Tallahassee,Fla.,Brian Cox of Pompano Beach,Fla.,Capt.Jay Webber,stationed with the 101st Airborne in Sandi Arabia,and Christopher Foust of Asheville,nieces, Becky C. Swavely of Little Rock,Ark., Regina Webber of Oak Ridge, and Melody Foust of Asheville,several aunts and uncles and cousins,and many friends.Funeral services will be held Wednesday (tonight) at 8:30 p.m. at Holley-Gamble Funeral Chapel with the Rev.Delbert Payne and the Rev.Mack Smith officiating.Burial will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Tennessee Valley Memory Gardens in Claxton.The family will receive friends from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday. Memorials may be made to Black Oak Church,Clinton.

C. R. Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1989-12-13
Article Name: C.R. Foust
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier Dec. 13, 1989 C. R. Foust Funeral services were held Tuesday at Riverview Baptist Church for C.R. Foust, 58, of Claxton, with the Rev. Don Hensley officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery.Mr. Foust died Sunday morning at the Lake City Health Care Center. He was a member of Riverview Baptist Church.Survivors include sisters, Mrs. James (Sue) Moneymaker, Mrs. Bill (Velma) Cofer, both of Claxton, Mrs. Joe (Bertha Faye) Arnold of McCalla, Ala., Mrs. Clyde (Stella) Shelton of Knoxville, brothers, Vaughn, Charles and Harold and Clifton Daniels, stepmother and father, Troy and Oma Daniels, all of Claxton, several nieces and nephews. Holley-Gamble Funeral Home was in charge,

Carson Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1955-01-27
Article Name: Carson Foust, 74, Dies: Was Retired Miner
County: Anderson
City: Lake City
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Funeral services were held Sunday for Carson (Kit) Foust, 74, of Lake City, who died early Saturday at the hospital in Lafollette. The services were held at 2 p.m. at Island Ford Baptist Church with the Rev.Clyde Cox and the Rev.Sherman Hughett officiating.Burial was in the church cemetery with Martin of Lake City in charge.Foust was a retired coal miner. Survivors, wife, Mar. Katie Burton Foust, six sons, Earl, Theodore, Edgar and Hollis, all of Lake City, Bernard, Jacksboro, Verlin Lee, Clinton, five daughters, Mrs. Willard Carden, Mrs. Gladys Cox, Mrs. Betty Powers of Lake City, Mrs. Beulah Farmer,Jacksboro, Mrs. Helen Wilson,Toledo,Ohio,brother, Lige Foust,Lake City.

Carson Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1955-01-27
Article Name: Carson Foust
County: Anderson
City: Lake City
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Carson Foust, 74, Dies: Was Retired Miner Funeral services were held Sunday for Carson (Kit) Foust, 74, of Lake City, who died early Saturday at the hospital in Lafollette. The services were held at 2 p.m. at Island Ford Baptist Church with the Rev.Clyde Cox and the Rev.Sherman Hughett officiating.Burial was in the church cemetery with Martin of Lake City in charge.Foust was a retired coal miner. Survivors, wife, Mar. Katie Burton Foust, six sons, Earl, Theodore, Edgar and Hollis, all of Lake City, Bernard, Jacksboro, Verlin Lee, Clinton, five daughters, Mrs. Willard Carden, Mrs. Gladys Cox, Mrs. Betty Powers of Lake City, Mrs. Beulah Farmer,Jacksboro, Mrs. Helen Wilson,Toledo,Ohio,brother, Lige Foust,Lake City.

Dan Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1977-09-08
Article Name: Ex_Employe Of Trucking Firm Dies
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier Sept. 8, 1977 Wife, Brother Hurt Man Dies After Car Hit Tree During Fog Dan Douglas Foust, 24, of Copeland Circle, South Clinton was killed about 1 a.m. Sunday when a car driven by his brother, David 25, struck a tree on Dismal Bluff Rd, west of the Overton farm during heavy fog. The brother and the victim's wife, Mrs. Susan Huling Foust, 20, were injured and taken to Oak Ridge Hospital. David Foust is list in satisfactory condition with a broken leg and concussion and facial cuts. Mrs. Foust was listed in satisfactory with chest injuries. The victim and the injured person remained unconscious amid the wreckage for about four hours before the driver awoke and notified the Anderson County sheriff's department, Chief Deputy Charles Shoopman said. The victim was taken to the hospital by members if the Anderson County Ambulance Services and was pronounced dead on arrival at 5:50 a.m. The Foust vehicle sustained heavy damage, Deputy Robert Devaney said. Dan Foust was an electrician employed by the Southern Electricians Union of Knoxville, he coached the church's basketball and baseball teams. A native of South Clinton, he was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Foust, who survive. He enjoyed camping, canoeting and other outdoor activities. In addition to his wife, brother and parents, survivors include a son, Dan Michael Foust of South Clinton, two other brothers, Gordon Foust of Claxton and Kenneth Foust of Adrian, Mich., and a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth (Susie) Murphey of Powell. Funeral services are to be held at 11 a.m. Thursday (today) at the Martin Funeral Home chapel in Clinton with the Rev. Howard Huling, the victim's father in-law, and the Rev. Jack Arwood officiating. Burial is to be in Farmer's Grove Cemetery in South Clinton.

Della Taylor Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 0000-00-00
Article Name: Della Taylor Foust
County: Anderson
City: Lake City
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Della Taylor Foust,80,of Lake City Rt.3,died Monday at her home.She was a member of the Oak Grove Baptist Church and Coal Creek Chapter 226 of the OES and was a past Worthy Matron in 1975.Mrs.Foust was preceded in death by her daughter,Sara Ruth Foust and a granddaughter,Brenda William.Survivors include her husband of 55 years,Oscar M.Foust of Lake City,a son and daughter-in-law,Leroy and Betty Jo Foust of Powell, daughters, Martha Brown and Eva M.Johnson of Lake City,granddaughter and husband,Teresa and Bryan Loy of Jacksboro, grandsons and wives,Michael A. and Doris Martin and Lewis and Terri Brown of Lake City and Carl D.Johnson Jr., of Lake City,three great-grandchildren,a sister,Lillian Hutson of Lake City and a brother,E.C. Taylor of Lake City. Funeral services were held Wednesday night at Cox Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev.Earnest Ward and Rev.Larry Foust officiating.An OES service was also held.Burial will be at 11a.m.Thursday at Oak Grove Cemetery.

Delous Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1983-11-03
Article Name: Ex-Railroad Man, Foust, Dies At 93
County: Anderson
City: Lake City
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: A retired employe of Southern Railway System, Delous Foust, 93, died at 5:35 p.m. last Thursday at Lake City Health Care Center. He was formerly of Lake City.Foust's wife, Mrs. Estella Brogan Foust, died earlier this month.Foust had been a Southern worker for 37 years before retirement. He attended the Clinch River Baptist Church.He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Anna J. Sentell of Ashland, Ky.,Mrs. Louise Wolfgram of Kennesaw, Ga.,and Mrs. Evelyn White of Gaffney, S. C., two sons, Amos Foust of Houston, Tex. and Robert Foust of Highland, Ind. 13 grandchildren, several great- grandchildren,and a sister, Mrs. Carrie Viles of Conway, S.C. Funeral services were held Sunday at Cox Funeral Home in Lake City with the Rev.Gary Parker officiating. Burial was in Foust Cemetery.

Edward Kelly Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1970-08-13
Article Name: Foust 78, Lake City Native Dies
County: Anderson
City: Lake City
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Edward Kelly Foust Sr., 78, a retired construction foreman, died at 12:30 a.m. Monday in Lake City Hospital.He had been ill since January.Born and reared in Lake City, Foust lived on Dutch Valley Rd.at Lake City Rt.1.When Foust retired, he was employed by H.K. Ferguson Construction Co.in Oak Ridge.Several years ago he worked in construction for Tennessee Valley Authority.He was a member of Coal Creek Lodge 492 F and AM and of Clear Branch Baptist Church. Services were at his church at 2 p.m. Wednesday with the Rev.W.H. Beets and the Rev.George William officiating.Burial was in Leach Cemetery.Masons conducted services Tuesday night at Martin Funeral Home chapel on Lake City.He leaves his wife, Mrs. Minnie Lee Bowman Foust, four sons, Edward K. Foust Jr. and Walter R. Foust, both of Oak Ridge, Warren K. Foust of Clarkville and Robert E. Foust of Clinton, four daughters, Mrs. Eugene ( Helen) Holler of Anaheim, Calif.Mrs. Lyle ( Eloise) Kenney of Paramount,Cailf., Mrs. Kyle ( Marie) Amerine of Clinton and Mrs. Thomas (Edna Lee) Hyder of Dayton,O., 22 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs. Winnie Sliger and Mrs. Mackie Parks, both of Los Angeles and a brother, Dewey Foust of Oregon.

Elwood Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1994-12-04
Article Name: Elwood Foust
County: Anderson
City: Lake City
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Elwood "Woody" Foust,50,of Lake City died,Friday in his home.He was born May 6,1994,in Anderson County, the son of William Albert and Mary Lavada Foust.Mr.Foust was a member of Longfield Baptist Church. A landscaper,he enjoyed wood carving and painting.He was preceded in death by his father,a brother, Lee Otis Foust and a brother-in-law,Charles Snodgrass.Survivors include his mother,Mary Lavada Foust of Lake City,three sisters and brothers-in-law,Mary and Louis Parks of Lake Station,Ind.,Wilma and T.J.Albert of Oak Ridge and Sheila Snodgrass of Knoxville,a brother and sister-in-law,James E.and Bonnie Foust of Oak Ridge,two nephews,Ronald Parks of Hobart,Ind.and Dewayne J.Albert of Jefferson City,three nieces, Ronda Foust and Sherry Foust both of Oak Ridge,and Carla Snodgrass of Knoxville,and special friend, J.L.Beach of Lake City.Funeral service was Tuesday in Cox Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev.Warner Hawkins and the Rev.George DeLozier officiating.Burial was in Oak Grove Cemetery

Erby L Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1984-09-08
Article Name: Retired Coal Miner,Foust Dies at Home
County: Anderson
City: Dutch Valley
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: A coal miner for over 30 years before he retired,Erby L. Foust,72, of Dutch Valley Rd.Rt.1, died unexpectedly Monday afternoon at his home.Foust was a member and deacon of Clear Branch Baptist Church where he also was a Sunday School teacher.He also was a member of Oddfellows and United Mine Workers of America.His hobby was repairing small engines. Foust was preceded in death by his wife, Mrs.Lavada Hatmaker Foust.Survived by a son, Joseph Foust of Knoxville,four daughters, Mrs.Jim(Sue) Hatmaker,Mrs. Steve (Helen) Braden both of Lake City, Mrs. Wayne (Vickie) Hill of Acworth,Ga.,and Mrs. Bennett (Ellen) Bunch of Clinton, nine grandchildren, three brothers, John Foust of Claxton, and Warren and Leonard Foust both of Clinton, and two sisters, Mrs.Leonard Miller and Mrs. Lassie Newton,both of Lake City.Funeral services are to be held at 2 p.m. Thursday(today) at the Clear Branch Baptist Church with the Revs.Charles Lvey and Larry Watts offiicating.The body wil lie in state for one hour before the services.Burial will be in Leach Cemetery.

Eva Mae Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1994-06-15
Article Name: Eva Mae Foust June 11,1994
County: Anderson
City: Lake City
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Eva Mae Foust,75,of Lake City died Saturday in Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge. She was a member of Clinch River Baptist Church.She is preceded in death by her parents, Albert and Florence Foust,one brother,Carl Foust, and one sister, Leomia Foust. Survivors include one son and daughter-in-law,Joe and Hannah Foust of Lake City, one daughter and son-in-law,Anna Bell and Gene Uram of Highland,Ind.,two brothers and sisters-in-law, James and Rozena Foust of North Carolina and Herbert M. and Vel Foust of Hammond,Ind.,one granddaughter, three grandsons,two great-grandchildren,and several nieces,nephews and friends.Funeral services was Tuesday in Clinch River Baptist Church with the Rev.Tom Byrge officiating.Burial was in Foust Cemetery. Martin Funeral Home,Lake City,was in charge of arrangements

Florence Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1988-09-08
Article Name: Florence Heatherly Foust
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier Sept. 8, 1988 Florence Heatherly Foust Florence Heatherly Foust, 93, of Ross Cemetery Road, Lake City Rt.1, died Sept. 2 of complications of old age at Lafollette Nursing Home where she had been a patient for a week. Before that, she had been in Lake City Health Care Center and Meadowbrook Manor. An Anderson County native, she was the daughter of James and Suzannah Heatherly and was raised in Chattanooga. She returned to this area when she married Albert Foust. She was a member of Clear Branch Baptist Church. her favorite pastimes were tending to her roses and other flowers and quilting. Foust was preceded in death by her husband, and a daughter, Leomia Foust. Survivors are a daughter, Eva Mae Foust of Lake City, three sons, James M. Foust of Murphy,N.C. and Herbert M. Foust of Hammond, Ind., 13 great-grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren, one great-great-grandchild, and a sister, Martha Johnson, Lake City. Funeral services were held Sunday at Clear Branch Baptist Church with the Rev. Tom Byrge and the Rev. George Delozier officiating.Burial was in Foust Cemetery. Martin Funeral Home in Lake City was in charge of arrangements.

George W Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1953-06-05
Article Name: G.W. Foust Former Coal Man Dies
County: Anderson
City: Lake City
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: A retired coal operator and Lake City grocery store operator, George W. Foust, 80, died early Wednesday morning at his home in Lake City.He was the former operator of the Beech Valley Coal Co. and with his wife, Grace, has operator the G.W. Foust Grocery Store for the past 50 years.July 4 would have been the 50th anniversary of the store.He and his wife started the business in the location where it is now operated on July 4,1903.Foust's mining career began when he was 13 year old, and he retired from mining business in 1941. He was an alderman for the Town of Lake City in 1920's, a member of the Main St. Baptist Church, and I.O.O. F.He had been ill for several months.Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Rhoda Brantley Foust, three sons, Marshall, Theodore and Wesley all of Lake City,four daughters, Mrs. Raymond Reed of Lake City, Mrs. Lee Miller, Mrs. Roy Freeman, both of Toledo,Ohio, Mrs. Frank Moore of Elizabethton, two sisters, Mrs. Frances Parrott, Mrs. Jett Martin, both of Lake City, 25 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.Services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at the Main St. Baptist Church with the Rev.C.N Warren and the Rev. H.L. Hutchins officiating.Burial will be in Leach Cemetery with Martin's of Lake City in charge.

Hebert Monroe Foust
Newspaper:
Article Date: 0000-00-00
Article Name: Farmer on Clinch dies after illness.
County: Anderson
City: Andersonville
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: A longtime farmer along the Clinch River, Hebert Monroe Foust, of Pearch Orchard Rd, Andersonville, Rt 1, died last Thursday at his home after a long illness. Foust would have ben 83 on Friday. Foust & his wife, Mrs Luster Warwick Foust, had been married 60 years. The Anderson County native was an active member of the Island Home Baptist Church. Foust worked for a while in Michigan some years ago. In addition to his wife, Foust is survived by three brothers, Claude Foust of Andersonville, Verlin Foust of Lake City & Homer Foust of Greeneville, & two sisters, Mrs Ruby Wilson & Mrs Flossie Housely, both of Lake City. Funeral services were held Saturday at Martin Funeral Home in Clinton & the Revs Tim Beets & John Lett officiating. Burial was in the Mt Pleasant Baptist Church cemetery on Sunday.

Horace Foust
Newspaper: Anderson County News
Article Date: 1935-08-16
Article Name: Horace Foust
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Anderson County News Aug.16, 1935 Horace Foust Horace Foust died at 7:20 p.m. Sunday at the home of his parents,Mr. and Mrs. Rufe Foust at Coal Creek.He was 21. Mr. Foust is survived by his widow, his parents, five brothers and two sisters.Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. at the Main Street Baptist church, Coal Creek, with the Rev. O.C. Clark officiating.Burial was in Leach Cemetery.

Hubert Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1977-07-14
Article Name: Ex-Miner At Beech Grove Dies Of Stroke
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier July 14, 1977 Ex-Miner At Beech Grove Dies Of Stroke Hubert A. Foust 79, of U.S. Highway 25-W, Lake City Rt1, died at 1:30 a.m. Friday at Lake City Hospital following a stroke. A retired coal miner, he had been employed at the Beech Grove mines. he was a member and deacon of Clear Branch Baptist Church and enjoyed gardening. A was a native of the Lake City area and the son of the late Jim and Minerva Foust. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Martha Lindsay Foust, two daughters, Mrs. Alfred (Ernestine) Dinkins and Mrs. Alvin (Faye) Burris of Lake City, a grandchild, and a brother, Harry Foust of Montebello, Calif. Funeral services were held Sunday at Clear Branch Church with the Rev. T. D. Hooker and Darryl Cox officiating. Burial was in Leach Cemetery.

Hubert M Foust
Newspaper: Appalachian Observer
Article Date: 1987-02-25
Article Name: Hubert M. Foust
County: Anderson
City: Andersonville
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Foust, Hubert M.,age 82,of Andersonville,passed away Thursday at his home after a lengthy illness. Farmer and member of Island Home Baptist Church.Survivors,wife, Luster Warwick Foust,brothers, Claude Foust,Andersonville,Verlin Foust,Lake City and Homer Foust,Greenville,sisters,Mrs.Ruby Wilson and Mrs.Flossie Housley,both of Lake City,several nieces and nephews.Graveside service and interment was Sunday at Mount Pleasant Baptist Church Cemetery.Rev.John Lett and Rev.Tim Beets officiating

John Foust
Newspaper: Anderson County News
Article Date: 1911-08-05
Article Name: John Moses Foust
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Anderson County News Aug. 5, 1911 The remains of John Moses Foust, 28, who was killed in Southern Railway yards at Jellico Friday, July 28, were brought to Clinton Saturday morning and removed to the home place near Offutt on Clinch River, where funeral services were held Saturday afternoon. Foust was a flagman on Jellico local and while switching in the yard fell on the track between two cars. One car passed entirely over him, severing both legs above the knees, smashing both hands and bruising his face and body. He was placed on a passenger train for Knoxville hospital but died before the train reached Newcomb. Deceased leaves a widow and four small children residing at Oakwood.

John Moses Foust
Newspaper: Anderson County News
Article Date: 1911-08-05
Article Name: John Moses Foust
County: Campbell
City: Jellico
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: The remains of John Moses Foust, 28 years, who was killed in Southern Railway yards at Jellico Friday July 28 were brought to Clinton Saturday morning and removed to the home place near Offutt on Clinch River, where funeral services were held Saturday afternoon.Foust was a flagman on Jellico local and while switching in the yards fell to the track between two cars.One car passed entirely over him, severing both legs above the knees, smashing both hands and bruising his face and body.He was placed on a passenger train for Knoxville hospital, but died before the train reached Newcomb.Deceased leaves a widow and four small children at Oakwood.

Juanita Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1977-07-14
Article Name: Ex-Employe Of Magnet Mills Dies
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier July 14, 1977 Ex-Employe Of Magnet Mills Dies Mrs. Juanita Farmer Foust, 71, of Cleveland , Ohio, died at 3:30 a.m. last Thursday in a Cleveland hospital. She had been in declining health for about two years. She and her husband, Robert C. Foust, were employed at Magnet Mills in Clinton in earlier years. She moved from Lake City to Ohio after he died about four years ago. She was a member of Oak Grove Baptist Church. A native of the Lake City area,she was the daughter of the late Ed and Delia Byrd Farmer.Survivors include a son Robert C. Foust Jr of Cleveland, a grandchild, a brother, Paul Farmer of Wayne,Mich., and a sister, Mrs. Neva Head of Clinton. Funeral services were held Sunday at the Martin Funeral Home chapel in Lake City with the Rev. Ernest Ward officiating. Burial was in Oak Grove.

Laura Davis Foust
Newspaper:
Article Date: 1992-09-12
Article Name: Laura Davis Foust
County: Anderson
City: Clinton
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Laura Davis Foust, 84 of Clinton, formerly of Lake City, passed away Saturday, Sept 12, 1992 at the Anderson Co Health Care Center. She was a member of Clear Branch Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Dover Foust, & parents, Nathan & Malinda Davis. Survivors are: sisters Hattie Davis & Rhoda Davis, both of Clinton; brothers; Lewis, Clinton; Cledith & Burrell, both of Lake City; & Basil, Wyandette, MI; three nieces & two nephews. Funeral services were 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Cox Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev Floyd Powell officiating. Interment was Wednesday at the Leach Cemetery.

Leomia Foust
Newspaper:
Article Date: 0000-00-00
Article Name: Leomia Foust
County: Anderson
City: Lake City
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Leomia Foust, 58, of Route 1, Lake City, died Wednesday at her home, She was a member of Guiding Star Baptist Church. Survivors include her sons, James C White of Lake City & Paul J Patterson of Knoxville; her daughters Delores Justice of Clinton & Deborah Amos of Lake City; her mother, Florence Foust of Lake City; her brothers, Carl K Foust of Lake City, Herbert Foust of Hammond, IN; & James Foust of NC; her sister, Eva Mae Foust of Lake City; six grandchildren & one great-grandchild. Funeral services were 2 p.m. Saturday at Martin Chapel with Rev George DeLozier officiating. Burial follow in Foust Cemetery

Lillie Mae Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1969-05-15
Article Name: Mrs. Foust Is Buried In Sparta
County: Anderson
City: Clinton
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Mrs. Lillie Mae Foust, 56, of Coward Rd., Clinton Rt. 3,died at her home Friday morning following a long illness.She was the widow of a former,Lige Foust.Mrs. Foust was a native of White County where graveside services were held Sunday afternoon at Bon Air Cemetery near Sparta.She leaves two sisters, Mrs. Ruth Parks of Indiana, and Mrs. Claudia Patton of Clinton, two brothers, Will Parks of West Virginia and Charlie Parks of Sparta.

Mable N. Vowell Foust
Newspaper:
Article Date: 1995-03-26
Article Name:
County: Anderson
City: Lake City
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Mable N Vowell Foust, 88, of Medford community, Lake City died Sunday in Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge. The daughter of Alex and Lizzie Chapman Vowell, she was born Jan 3, 1907, in Anderosn County. Mrs Foust was member of Clinch River Baptist Church & former Sunday school teacher. She also was a former Magnet Mills employee. For the past 11 years, she had devoted her time in the care of her daughter, Iva Dean. Mrs Foust enjoyed gardening, raising flowers & attending church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Edd F Foust in 1983; parents: and brothers, Clyde A Vowell, William M Vowell & Paul E Vowell. Survivors include son & daughter-in-law, Aaron "Sonny" & Beth Foust of Lake City; daughter, Iva Dean Hawn of Lake City; grandchildren & spouses, Joetta & David Boone of Snellville, GA, Jim & Treva Phillips & Jacque & Larrell Duggar, all of Lake City, & Jennifer & Eddie King & Paula & Al Rice, all of Clinton; 11 great-grandchildren; sisters, Myrtle Beets of Lake City & Daphine Bolton of Knoxville; sisters-in-law, Dorothy Vowell of Maryville & Joan Vowell of Perth Amboy, NJ; several nieces & nephews; & a host of friends. Funeral service was Tuesday in Clinch River Baptist Church with the Rev Tom Byrge & the Rev Larry Webster officiating. The body was lain in state one hour before services. Burial was in Foust Cemetery. Cox Funeral Home, Lake City was in charge of arrangements.

Maggie Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1972-01-20
Article Name: Mrs. Foust Mother Of Deputy Dies
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier Jan. 20, 1972 Mrs. Foust, Mother Of Deputy Dies The mother of Anderson County Deputy Andrew D. Foust died at 4:30 a.m. Tuesday at University Hospital following a long illness. Mrs. Maggie Conner Foust , 82 of Foust Carney Rd.,Claxton, was a native of North Carolina and had lived in Anderson County approximately 60 years. Mrs. Foust enjoyed piecing quilts and quilting before she became ill, a daughter-in-law said. Services will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday (today) at Farmers Grove Baptist Church where she was a member. The Rev. Edgar West will officiate and burial will be in the church cemetery. The body will lie in state one hour before the services. She leaves three other sons, William Harvey Foust of Claxton and Eugene W. Foust and Charlie Ed Foust, both of Clinton, one daughter, Mrs. Irene Foust Ridings of Claxton, 19 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren, a half-brother, Ladon Lee of Knoxville, and a half-sister,Mrs. Addie Cross of Chattanooga.

Margaret Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1954-12-02
Article Name: Mrs. Margaret Foust
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier Dec.2, 1954 Mrs. Margaret Foust Mrs. Margaret Foust, 83, of Heiskell Rt.1, died Sunday. Survivors are her husband, R. C. Foust, two sons, Romae of Hoppiston, III., and Ernest of Powell, three daughters, Mrs. Bessie Webber of Illinois, Mrs. Lida Cox of Heiskell, and Mrs. Stella Smith of Knoxville. Services were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church with the Rev. John Adcock officiating. Holley's of Clinton was in charge.

Mary Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1958-10-09
Article Name: Rites Held For Hillvale Writer
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier Oct. 9, 1958 Rites Held For Hillvale Writer Funeral services for Mary Edith Foust 52, correspondent for the Courier-News at Hillvale, were held Tuesday at Hillvale Baptist Church. The Rev. H. M. Smith and the Rev. W.M. Beets conducted the services and burial was in the church cemetery. Mrs. Foust died at her home on Clinton Rt.1 Saturday morning. Survivors are her husband, Dewey Foust, six sons, Johnny, Lynn, Wendell, Kyle, Kenneth and Arnold all of Clinton, two daughters, Mrs. Louise Perrin of Ohio and Alma Sue Utley of Clinton, one brother, R.L. May of Clinton, two sisters, Mrs. Lundy Lakins, Akron,O.,Mrs. Gladys Bullock of Clinton, and eight grandchildren. Holley in Clinton was in charge.

Mary Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1963-06-06
Article Name: Mrs. Foust, 72, Of Lake City Dies Monday
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier June 6, 1963 Mrs. Foust, 72, Of Lake City Dies Monday Mrs. Mary Lela (Mazie) Foust, 72, of Lake City died Monday shortly before noon at St. Mary's Hospital, Knoxville. She was the widow of Oscar F. Foust and a member of the Main Street Baptist Church. Services were Wednesday at 2 :30 p.m. at Main Street Baptist Church with the Rev. Ben Beard officiating. Burial was in Leach Cemetery. Survivors include five daughters, Mrs. Ruby Owenby,Asheville, Mrs. W.J. Wissinger, San Diego., Mrs. Leon Jackson, Toledo, Mrs. Frank Victory, Nashville, Mrs. Rau Vinsant, Cincinnati, two sons, Paul Foust and C.C. Foust, both of Dayton, O., a sister, Mrs. Robert Denton, Emlyn,Ky., a brother, Don Powell, Briceville, 20 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

Mary Jo Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1996-12-04
Article Name: Mary Jo Foust
County: Anderson
City: Clinton
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Dec. 3, 1996 Mary Jo Webber Foust, 71, passed away in her home in Clinton Tuesday, Dec. 3, 1996. Born Dec. 5, 1925, to Ernest and Lula Webber of Clinton. Mary Jo married W.D. "Dago" Foust of Lake City on Dec.5, 1941. Mrs. Foust was preceded in death by a daughter, Bertha Lou Foust, parents, Ernest and Lula Webber, brothers, Earl, Wayne and Paul Webber, sisters, Ernestine Yerkes and Lois Lester, and also a special niece, Shirley Lester Carnes. Mrs. Foust is survived by husband, Warren " Dago" Foust, daughters, Mrs. Robert (Lillie Kay) Reed Jr. and Mrs. Michael (Mary Lee) Carter, grandchildren, Chrystal and Austin Reed, great-grandson, Johnathan Bishop Reed and several special cousins, nieces and nephews. Mrs. Foust enjoyed family activities, especially trips to Dollywood. Family will receive friends 7-8:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 5, in Holley Gamble Funeral Home,Clinton. A memorial service will be 8:30 p.m. Dec. 5, with the Rev. Doug Jewett and the Rev. Bil Rowland officiating.Interment will be 2 p.m. Friday Dec. 6, in Sunset Cemetery. Memorials may be made to East Tennessee Chapter of Lupus Foundation of America Inc., 5612 Kingston Pike, Suite 5, Knoxville,Tenn. 37919-6301, or Clinton City School Library Memorials Fund, 210 N. Hicks St. Clinton,Tenn.37716

Millard Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1957-11-24
Article Name: Second Miner Killed By Slate Fall In Month
County: Anderson
City: Lake City
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: A coal mining father of seven children was killed at 9 a.m. Tuesday. The miner, Millard Foust, 42, was crushed by a slate fall in the Cupp Coal Mine (formerly Southern Collieries Inc.) at Beech Grove. This is the second fatality at this mine this month, Millard Hatmaker,46, also the father of seven children,having been killed in a similar accident Nov.5. The mine which produces about 325 tons of coal daily, resumed operations last August after being closed and sold. Mr. Foust resided in Clear Branch Community on Lake City Rt.1, where he was a member of the Clear Branch Baptist Church. Although he resided on a farm he worked the coal mines about 24 years.The accident which killed Mr. Foust took place within about 40 feet of the place where Mr. Hatmaker was killed, in fact Mr. Foust was in the room where Mr. Hatmaker died.About 10 minutes before the fall of the 1,000-pound slate pot or "kettle bottom" None of the other workers heard the fall, Emmit Rhodes, another miner found ! Mr. Foust.When he and others got the slate off Mr. Foust's body, they saw he was dead. It required only a few minutes to move the slate, Paul Cupp, superintendent of the mine said.Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Clear Branch Baptist Church near Lake City.The Rev. H.L. Hutchins will conducted the services and burial will be in Foust Cemetery. Survivors are his wife, three daughters, Magdalene, Alice Jane and Mary Helen Foust, Lake City Rt.1, four sons, Jesse, George, Lawrence and Davis Foust of Lake City, Rt.1. parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Foust of Lake City Rt.1, two sisters, Mrs. Elwood Viles of Lafollette and Mrs. Roy Richards, Lake City Rt.1, and one brother, Luke Foust, Detroit. Cox at Lake City is in charge.

Myharee Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1958-10-02
Article Name: Mrs. Myharee Foust
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier Oct. 2, 1958 Mrs. Myharee Foust Funeral services for Mrs. Myharee Foust, 35, of Lake City who died Sept. 26 in the Oak Ridge Hospital, were held Sunday at the Clear Branch Baptist Church. The Rev. H.L. Hutchins conducted the services and burial was in the church cemetery. Mrs. Foust was a member of the Clear Branch Baptist Church. Survivors are her husband, Samuel Edward Foust, daughter, Kay, sosn, Jerry, Sammy and Timmie, all of Lake City, father, D.E. Kesterson of Lafollette, brothers, Floyd Kesterson,Lake City, sisters, Mrs. Tom Parks, Lake City, Mary Kesterson of Lafollette. Cox at Lake City was in charge.

Nancy Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1945-08-09
Article Name: Mrs. Nancy Foust
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier Aug.9, 1945 Mrs. Nancy Foust Mrs. Nancy Foust, 63, of Clinton Rt4, died Saturday, Aug.4 after a long illness. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Mary Haynes of Rockwood, Mrs. Janie Bridges of Powell Station, and one son, Sammie also of Rockwood. Other survivors are five grandchildren. Funeral services were held at the Foust Cemetery with George Weaver conducting the services Sunday at 2 p.m. Holley Funeral Home was in charge.

Parlon Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1947-01-22
Article Name: Mine Foreman Killed
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier Jan. 22, 1947 Mine Foreman Killed, Another Hurt As Rock Falls In Coal Mine Parlon Foust, 43, mine foreman for Straight Fork Coal Co., was killed last Thursday when a rock fell upon him while upon an inspection trip. George Cross, who was with him was slightly injured at the same time.Foust was the first man injured fatally at Straight Fork since Nov. 21, 1941, when his brother Pern Foust was killed. Mr. Foust had gone into the mine with Mr. Cross, a timber man, to inspect the mine and determine what additional timbers were needed. The rock, 28 inches wide, 13 inches thick and 14 feet long , called a log, by miners, fell from the roof and caught him. The mine is at Dead, three miles from Norma, in Scott county on Roach Creek. Mr. Foust is survived by his wife, Mrs. Edna A. Foust, two sons, Eugene with the U.S. Army in Japan and Clarence at home, three daughters, Mrs. Mildred Lay of Huntsville, Mrs. Treva Pergram of Hamilton, Ohio and Miss. Juanita Foust of Huntsville, two brothers, Estele of Ohio, and Walter of Ohio, two sisters, Mrs. Magdeline Anderson of Ravescrof and Mrs. Strlla Aycok of Concord, his mother, Mrs. Martha Foust of Concord. Services were held Sunday near Crossville with Martin of Lake City in charge.

Robert M Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1970-02-05
Article Name: Robert Foust Of Old Family Dies
County: Anderson
City: Lake City
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Robert M. (Bob) Foust, 64, a retired carpenter, died at 10:45 p.m. Tuesday in Oak Ridge Hospital six days after he suffered a heart attack.Although Foust and his wife had a home on Lake City Highway a mile north of Clinton,they were spending the winter in the home of Mrs.Ocey Phillips on Coward Rd.at Clinton Rt.3.Foust was a member of Community Baptist Church.He was a life-long resident of Anderson County.The body is at Holley-Gamble Funeral Home in Clinton where the family will receive friends Thursday night.Services will be at 2p.m. Friday at Community Baptist Church with the Rev.Bil Beets and the Rev.Moss Beets officiating.Burial is to be in Jarnigan Chapel Cemetery.Foust leaves his wife, the former Flossie Cottrell of Pennington Gap,Va., a son, Vancil Foust of Monterey Park,Calif., two brothers, Earl Foust, a Clinton Courier-News stereotyper, Dewey Foust, a Clinton Rt.1 farmer and a sister, Mrs. Martha Roame of Detroit.

Roxie E.Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1944-06-15
Article Name: Mrs.C.C. Foust
County: Anderson
City: Clinton
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Mrs.Roxie E.Foust,58,wife of C.C.Foust,RFD 4,Clinton,died at St.Mary's Hospital Sunday night,June 11. She is survived by her husband,one son,Leon with the Armed Forces in Italy, one brother, L.R.Lee and two sisters, Mrs.William Foust and Mrs.R.R.Cross,both of Clinton.Funeral services were conducted Thursday at 3p.m.at the Zion Baptist Church with burial in the church cemetery.The Rev.Kirkpatrick officiated with Holley Funeral Home in charge

S. E. Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1982-03-04
Article Name: Lake City Native Rev. Foust Dies
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier March 4, 1982 Lake City Native, Rev. Foust, Dies A native of Lake City who had lived in Oak Ridge nearly 35 years ago, the Rev. S.E. (Gabby) Foust, 55, of 103 Venus Rd, died Sunday morning at Oak Ridge Hospital after a lingering illness. Rev. Foust was a member of Island Ford Baptist Church near Lake City and performed evangelistic work at several churches in the area. He had been a truck driver at Oak Ridge National laboratory since moving to Oak Ridge. Rev. Foust served with the U.S. Navy during World War II. He was preceded in death by a son, Tommy L. Foust, who died in 1978. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Pauline Nance Foust, daughter, Mrs. David S. (Peggy) Phillips of Oak Ridge, son, Leslie D. Foust of Oak Ridge, four grandchildren, sister, Mrs. Herbert (Avenell) Heatherly of Knoxville and four brothers, Lowell M. Foust of Oak Ridge, Kenneth Foust of South Clinton, the Rev. Elmer Foust of Georgia and Carlos Foust of California. Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Island Ford Baptist Church with the Rev. R. S. Phillips and the Rev. Don Ambrose officiating. Burial was in Oak Ridge Memorial Park.

Samuel Alonzo Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1969-04-10
Article Name: Seizure Takes Sam L. Foust A Local Farmer
County: Anderson
City: Clinton
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Samuel Alonzo Foust, 72, a farmer in the Hillvale community at Clinton Rt.1, died at 3:15 p.m. Friday at his home. He had farmed the day before and he and his wife had just sat down to watch television when he suffered a fatal heart attack. Foust leaves in addition to his wife, a daughter, Mrs. W.M. Miller, who is with Miller's IGA in South Clinton, a sister, Mrs. Martha Roame of Detroit, three brothers, Dewey, Bob and Earl, an employe of the Clinton Courier-News, and three grandchildren.Services were held Sunday afternoon at Sinking Springs Methodist Church with the Rev.Bill Beets and the Rev. Herbert Hoover officiating.Burial was in the church cemetery.

Sarah Foust
Newspaper: Anderson County News
Article Date: 1946-02-28
Article Name: Mrs. Sarah Foust
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Anderson County News Feb. 28, 1946 Mrs. Sarah Foust Mrs. Sarah Foust, 61, died Thursday at her home near Lake City. She is survived by her husband, Hugh L.Foust, one son, Charles Foust of South Clinton, two daughters, Mrs. Ethel Hatmaker and Mrs. Georgie Loving of Lake City, four brothers, Bud Beach, Luke Beach, Luther Beach of Lake City, Charles Beach of the U.S. Navy, two sisters, Mrs. Della Sharpe and Mrs. Elbert White of Lake City. Funeral services were held Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at Main Street Baptist Church, with the Rev. H.L. Hutchins and the Rev. O.D. Disney officiating.Burial was in Disney Cemetery with Martins of Lake City in charge.

Verdie Marie Foust
Newspaper:
Article Date: 0000-00-00
Article Name: Verdie Marie Foust
County: Anderson
City: Clinton
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Verdie Marie Foust, age 77 of Rt 1 Miller Road, Clinton, passed away Thursday at U T Hospital as a result of an auto accident. She was born in the Coal Creek Community of Anderson Co. Before retiring, she was an employee of the former Magnet Mills, Clinton, for 29 years until the plant closed. Member of Hillvale Baptist Church. Preceded in death by husband, Kelly Foust. Survivors: daughters, Mrs James (Wanda) Sawyer, Clinton, Mrs Don (Billie) Collins, Williamson, GA, Mrs Bill W (Jane) Dorris, Lilburn, GA; 10 grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; half-sisters, Alline Fost, Clint, Irene Butler, Clinton, Jean Seeber of IN; Mildred Rusher of KY; several nieces & nephews. Funeral service 1 p.m. Saturday. Interment Hillvale Baptist Church Cemetery. The family will receive friends 7-9 p.m. Friday at Holley-Gamble Funeral Home, Clinton

Walter Foust
Newspaper: The Town Crier
Article Date: 1993-04-20
Article Name: Walter R. Foust Sr., Betty Sue Foust
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: The Town Crier April 20, 1993 Walter R. Foust, Sr Betty Sue Foust Walter R. Foust, Sr., age 68 and Betty Sue Foust age 62 of Dutch Valley Community, Lake City, died at their home Wednesday April 14, 1993. Longtime Oak Ridge residents, the Fousts lived at 133 Northwestern Ave., in the Woodland Community for many years.They moved to their home in Dutch Valley approximately 13 years ago. Mr. Foust retired in 1988 after 41 years of employment with Oak Ridge Schools.He had served as plant maintenance and operation supervisor for schools since 1947. Mrs. Foust had been a longtime volunteer teaching assistant with Woodland Elementary Schoold and Jefferson Junior High School.Before her health declined, she had been employed for two and one-half years as a dietary assistant at Oak Ridge Health Care Center.The couple was active in many community organizations.Mr. Foust was dedicated to younth programs, his family said, and was active with the Boys Club of Oak Ridge and the Boy Scouts of America. He was one of the founders of the Anderson County Rescue Squad and a charter member of the orhanization. A 32nd degree and a York Rite mason, he was a member of the Coal Creek Masonic Lodge #492 F&Am. Mrs. Foust served as a youth leader of several groups including the Girl Scouts of America and its Brownie Scout program.She served as a "house mom" for many years with the Rainbow Girls and the Penguins, a high school girls social club. The son of the late Edgar Kelly and Minnie Lee Bowman Foust.Mr. Foust was born March 28, 1925 in Anderson County. He served with the US Army's 101st Airborne Division's Screaming Eagles in the European, African and Middle Eastern theaters during World War II. During his military career, he was awarded a theater ribbion decorated with four Bronze Stars, the Good Conduct Medal, the Distinguished Unit Badge decorated with an Oak Leaf Cluster, the Bronze Star and the Bronze Arrowhead and two Purple Hearts. The Fousts celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary on January 31, 1993.They enjoyed spending time with their grandchildren. Mr. Foust emjoyedc farming and beekeeping. They will be sadly missed by their children. The Fousts are survived by five daughters and three sons-in-law, Karen Turner of Chattanooga, Tena and John Barnes of Clinton, Kathe Foust of Lake City, Cynde and Mike Purcell of Oak Ridge and Tammi and Sami Ghezawi of Knoxville, two sons and a daughter-in-law, Walter Reginald Foust " Reg" Jr of Claxton and Tom and Susie Foust of Oliver Springs. Mrs. Foust was preceded in death by her father, James C. Parks, and is survived by her mother, Ruby L. Parks of Lake City, three brothers, Everette Parks of Lake City, Lonnie Parks of Indiana and Don Parks of Andersonville. Mr. Foust is also survived by four sisters and three brothers-in-law, Ruthie and Tom Lotspeich of Oregon, Helen Holler of Calofornia, Edna and Tom Hyder, Marie and Kyle Amerine all of Clinton, three brothers and two sisters-in-law, Bob and Lucille Foust of Lake City, E.K. Foust and Mary Foust of Jacksboro and Warren Foust of Lebanon. The couples 11 grandchildren include Jay Minton and Nathan Minton both of Chattanooga, Chris Minton of Claxton, Jennifer Foust and Billy Foust both of New Jersey, Matthew Barnes and Ashley Barnes all of Clinton, Joe Stratton of Oak Ridge, Nicole Foust and Bradley Foust both of Oliver Springs. They also have two great-grandsons, Gage Minton and Miles Minton of Chattanooga. Garveside services were held Saturday April 17, at 11 a.m. at Tennessee Valley Memory Gardens with the Rev. Floyd Powell officiating. Military honors were conducted for Mr. Foust by the Volunteer State Honor Guard. Masonic services and services by the Order of the Eastern Star were conducted Friday night at 6 p.m. Martin Funeral Home, Lake City, in charge of arrangements.

Wendell E Foust
Newspaper:
Article Date: 0000-00-00
Article Name: Wendell E Foust
County: Anderson
City: Andersonville
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: A Martin Marietta employee, Wendell E Foust, 56, died Oct 15 at St Mary's Medical Center of a heart attack. He had lived on Alley Road, Andersonville Rt 1 for the past three months. He had also lived on Fowler Street in Clinton & in South Clinton. Foust was an Anderson County native, the son of the late Dewey & Edith May Foust of the Hillvale Community. He married the former Sue Evans in 1955 in Knox County. Foust had been employed by Martin Marietta for the past 18 years as an iron worker. He was a member of the Hillvale Baptist Chruch & of Clinton Masonic Lodge No 376 F&AM & of the Knoxville Scottish Rite Temple. He served with the Army. A family member said he enjoyed working in his yard & his Masonic work. Survivors include his wife; daughters, Connie Teresa & Mrs Jeff (Tami) Stephens of Apex, NC; brothers, Lynn Foust of Morrow, GA, Kenneth Foust of Clinton; sisters, Mrs Roy (Sue) Utley of Clinton; Mrs Fank (Louise) Perrin of Atlanta; several nieces & nephews. Masonic services were held Monday, Oct 17, before the funeral services, which were conducted by the Rev Bill Dawson at Holley-Gamble Funeral Home. Burial was Oct 18 at Hillvale Cemetery.

Wiley Foust
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1981-12-31
Article Name: Retired Coal Miner, GM Worker Dies
County: Anderson
City: Lake City
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: A former coal miner, Wiley Foust,73, of Norris Gardens Apartments,died at 10:05 a.m. Monday at Lake City Hospital. Foust was a Lake City native and worked in area coal mines until 1951 when he went to Cleveland,Ohio,to work for General Motors,Inc. He returned to the area 11 years ago after he retired.Foust was a member of the Moran Baptist Church and enjoyed traveling. He is survived by three daughter s, Mrs. Richard (Della) Wilton of Cleveland,Ohio, Mrs.George ( Wilma) Larobee of Martinez,Ga., and Mrs.Thomas ( Peggy) Vande Hey of Little Shutte,Wisc., four sons, Joe K. Foust of Huron, Ohio, Elmer R.Foust, Howard B.Foust,and Daniel L. Foust, all of Cleveland,Ohio, 25 grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, three sisters, Mrs.Pearl Leeper of Knoxville, Mrs.Ruby Andrews of Oliver Springs and Mrs.Ollie Foust of Lake City, and two brothers, George and Oscar Foust,both of Lake City. Funeral services were held Wednesday at Cox Funeral Home in Lake City with the Rev.Kenneth Seiber officiating. Burial was in Oak Grove Cemetery.

Woodrow Foust
Newspaper:
Article Date: 0000-00-00
Article Name: Woodrow Foust
County: Anderson
City: Medford
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Former Medford resident Woodrow (Woodie) Foust, 60, died Aug 15, at his home in Luzerne, MI; He is survived by his wife, Sue; a son & daughter-in-law, David & Brenda Foust of PA; two daughters & son-in-laws, Gayle & Jim Adkins of IL; & Aura & Herbert Bradford III of Pontiac, MI; five grandchildren; his mother, Martha Keeler of FL, & his step-mother Annie Bunch of the Medford community; eight sisters & five brothers. Local brother & sister are Leon Foust of Marlow & Cleta Seiber of Lake City. Services were held Aug 17, at the Gordon Funeral Home in MI. Burial was in the Luzene Cemetery.

 


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