Jacqueline Joyce Foster


Jacqueline Joyce Foster was born October 4, 1943 an angel in disguise. Jackie was beautiful, kind, giving and loving. Jackie has touched so many lives in very different ways; for some she was a mother, others a sister and grandma, but ultimately she was an old friend who was willing to lend a shoulder to lean on for anything. Jackie lived a beautiful and abundant life full of vibrancy like the pictures that she, an artist, created.


Jackie was lucky to find her soul mate, Harrison Foster at a young age. They spent many loving years together and both leave behind five children; bud, Shelia, Tammy, Billy and Greg and many grandchildren who adored them both. Jackie enjoyed playing bingo, drawing, laughing and just bringing joy to those around her. She defied society by being with a beautiful black man when the world did not approve and they were the start of generation after generation to come of our family. Jackie’w laughter, kindness, hugs, kisses and words of wisdom will be missed as she has taken flight and soars high with our Lord. We have witnessed an angel in the flesh. We love you adn pray that you watch over us all. Congratulations on your new beautiful wings; WE SHALL MEET AGAIN.!


Visitation 3:00pm and Funeral 4:00pm Saturday August 12, 2017 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH, 2500 Cleveland Ave.  Family will receive friends for repass immediately following the services at Columbus Hickory Ridge Condo Assoc 2890 Bridgewalk St.

Condolence Messages

  1. Roberta Hubbard

    Sheila so sorry to hear about the lost of your mother ,
    You have my deepest Sympathy and Condolences
    Sincerely,Roberta Hubbard

  2. Sorry for your lost,mom is happy she were she want to be with dad,love y’all keep ur head up sis

  3. Mary Moore and Family

    Sorry to hear about you lost.

    You have our prayers and our condolences.

    Sincerely, The Moore Family aka The Triad Bunch

  4. Peggy Foster James

    God bless your family you have our condolences

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