Earle Anderson Foster was a Native of Long Island, New York. He was born in Patchogue, New York o the Late George and Nettie Foster. He lived a full and loving life for 51 years then the Lord summoned him home on August 20th, 2020.
Earle fondly known as “Brown Brother” was born on November 8th, 1968.
He was the baby brother and youngest child of 13 born to his parents. Earle and his family continued to live in Eastern Long Island. As a young child Earle attended school in Sayville but he completed his education in Central Islip as part of the Central Islip Public School District.
Over the years Earle held jobs in retail, construction and real estate. He advanced in various positions while gainfully employed at Bakers Shoes then later moved into the field of Rail Work Construction. Earle’s skills also allowed him to be an asset to his family’s real estate and construction business. He was a strong, intelligent, and loyal man.
Earle was the epitome and essence of family. He believed in “family first” and his loyalty to them was always demonstrated. His family principles were etched in his heart and steadfast. Earle grew up very close to his siblings, nieces and nephews. He was especially bonded with his brothers Keith, and Barry; and although Earl (Thomas) and Emile were his nephews, the three were fitted together in love and unity like bothers. Earle was a father of three children and he loved them so much. He was proud of the growth and development of his now teen/young adult children.
Earle (Brother) leaves to mourn his death his 3 children;2 grandsons; 6 brothers; 3 sisters; Preceded in death are both parents George and Nettie Foster; 2 sisters and 1 brother. To cherish his memory are a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.
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