Clarice
Foster, Clarice a 53 year resident of Hawthorne, passed away on Wednesday, December 21, 2005 in Hawthorne, surrounded by her loving family. Born in Macon, Georgia, Clarice was 77 when she died. Clarice was a homemaker and part-time accountant during tax season. She enjoyed working very much and stayed active her entire life. Her passions were playing golf, bunco, and bridge. She loved anything that involved laughter. She always enjoyed cooking her delicious meals for the family and is famous for her homemade Cheesecake. Clarice had a generous soul and was always thinking of others. She was a blessing and inspiration to her children and grandchildren and will be greatly missed. She is survived by long-time love of 33 years, Al Collins of Hawthorne, CA, Son, Randy (Denise) Foster of Venice, CA, Daughter, Sheryl Magdaleno of Hawthorne, CA, and four grandchildren, Elisa (Eddie) Shepard, Michael and Zachary Magdaleno, and Lauren Foster. Her surviving siblings are Fred (Sybil) Whitt, Ann (Hugh) Byrd, and Charleen (Carl) Power, all living in Georgia. Preceded in death by Husband, Ronald Foster, Father, Fred Whitt and Mother, Kathleen Whitt. A gathering of family & friends will be held at White & Day Colonial Chapel on Monday, December 26, 2005 from 4:00 P.M. until 8:00 P.M., with a small service beginning around 6:30 P.M. where stories about Clarice's wonderful life will be shared. A graveside service will be held at Inglewood Park Cemetery on Tuesday, December 27, 2005 at 11:00 A.M. Burial will follow.

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  1. What more could Clarice have wanted to leave behind –wonderful devoted kids, grandkids and friends? What a fine tribute you (we) are! Love to all of you Judy (golf buddy)

  2. When I first moved to Hawthorne I went down to play at the school. The first person I meet was a big kid playing on the chin up bars and he said I couldn’t play on them. After realizing I wasn’t leaving, he finally let me play on the bars with him and later took me back to his house where I met his Dad, Mom and little sister. They were very nice to me. He then asked me to join the Cub Scouts his Dad ran. I had lots of fun at his house and was always the last to leave. As the years went by and I would see his Mom, she would always give me a hug and ask how I was doing, and you knew she cared and really meant it. I always felt nothing but Love from this lady and will always take that with me. They always made me feel like family. Two of the finest people I ever met are Randy and Cheryl. Their kindness and goodness I will never forget and I wish them and their families the best Always.

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