William Allen Foster
Sunday 24th of September 1978 - Sunday 9th of February 2020
833 West Main St., Lexington, KY
William Allen Foster, 41, of Lexington, Kentucky passed away on Sunday, February 9, 2020. He was born on September 24, 1978 in Lexington to Allen R. and Emily Thompson Foster. Allen was a graduate of Henry Clay High School and the University of Kentucky. While attending the University of Kentucky, he was a member of Sigma Chi, and graduated Magna Cum Laude while obtaining degrees in both Marketing and Business. Allen loved to golf and played at the High School and Collegiate levels. He was also a passionate fan of UK sports and was employed as Project Manager for Denham-Blythe.
A Graveside service for family and close friends will be held at 11:00am on Thursday, February 13, 2020 at the Lexington Cemetery. Pastor Brad Allred will officiate.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Emmett Calvertsays
So very sorry to hear of the passing of Allen.
Elizabeth ( Hadden) Webstersays
I remember Allen in high school always having such a big joyful smile on his face that was so contagious. I am so for your loss. Sending prayers for your family during this time.
Mary Beth Mobleysays
I’m heartbroken to hear about the sudden passing of Allen. I have countless memories of our days together at Henry Clay and UK, and every single one of those memories is full of fun and laughter. My very first “car date” in high school was with Allen in that big ole Jeep of his with those bright KC lights. I’ll never forget things like that, but most of all, I’ll never forget his huge heart and infectious personality. Sending love and light to his family and close friends.
Jim and Mary Owenssays
So sorry to hear the news of Allen’s passing. Our deepest sympathies go to Emily and Allen.
So sorry to hear about Little Allen’s sudden death. He was a great kid and very obvious that others thought as much of Allen as I always did. My sympathy to you all. A good person taken much too soon.
I didn’t know Allen very long, but in the short period where I got to spend some time with him he always had a smile on his face and made me feel like I had known him for years. His laughter was contagious and he will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to Allen’s family, friends, and all of the lives he touched along the way. Praying for peace and comfort in the days to come.