Peter  Foster's Memorial

Peter Foster
(1980 - 2007)


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Name: Mr Peter Foster
Nick Name: Pete
Gender: Male
Age: 27 years old
Lived: Saturday, 10 May 1980 - Thursday, 27 December 2007

My Story

Pete was born on the 10th of May 1980 at the Mater Mothers hospital in Brisbane.Son of Ken & Anne, Brother to David, Sarah & Katie,Uncle to Bella, Claudia & Chelsea.He attended Goodna primary school then Redbank plains high.He also attended Tafe where he studied horticulture and later started a traineeship for the council not that he saw working for the council work at all as it was his hobby.From early on in life Pete had a happy outlook despite being told he had epilepsy.He never saw his condition as a problem it was something that just happened from time to time and it was never going to stop him from doing what he wanted to do.And that was Pete’s attitude towards life; nothing was a problem for him.Nor was anything too much trouble or a hassle.If you ever needed a hand Pete would be the first one to say “do you need any help?”But he didn’t ask because he wanted something to do he asked because he wanted to be a part of your life. He never expected anything in return.Pete was family oriented, and to Pete nothing was more important than taking care of his family and their best interest.And that’s what made Pete’s personalty so infectious he understood that with everything that happens in this world nothing means more than family.Pete was the type of guy to deal with an issue there and then, He told you what he thought and that was the end of it. He didn’t believe in holding grudges and he didn’t believe in not being honest. Sometimes a bit too honest! Pete was like a cactus – Hard and spiky on the outside with a soft centre and once he had let you pass his hard exterior he was your best friend for life.Pete's generously provided his much needed vital organs to save the lives of others, Pete wouldn’t think “why” he would think “Why not”

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We will never forget you Pete,Miss you and love you heaps. All our love Sarah,Luke,Bella, Chelsea
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To give you a heart for the one you gave to someone else. I will always love you very much. One day I trust that w...
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I light a candle to remember the way you lit up my life. I will always miss you so very much. All My Love Mum
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We will never forget you Pete, you are the heart of our family. All Our Love, Mum,Dad, Katie
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Song Name: Sun Is Shining
Artist: Bob Marley
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Fathers Name: Kenneth John Foster
Mothers Name: Anne Therese Woodburn
Siblings Names: David, Sarah and Katie
Country of Birth: Australia
Country of Residence: Australia
City of Residence: Ipswich
Occupation: Other
Marital Status: Single


Favourite Music Genre: Reggae
Favourite Artist: Bob Marley
Favourite Charity: His Family
Other Interests:
Pete loved to garden especially designing and planning the layout of the garden. He also had a big interest in aquarium fish.He liked to play playstation games and always helped his Mum to play some of the war games that he liked so much.


Place of Passing: Mater Hospital Brisbane
Date of Passing: 27 December 2007
Cause of Passing: Severe Epileptic seizure
Place of Burial: Goodna Cemetery
Funeral Director: Stitt & St.George
Funeral Location: Goodna Memorial Gardens Chapel
Funeral Date: 2 January 2008
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