Carolyn S. Foster

May 26,1941
September 1, 2018
South Charleston, WV

Carolyn S. Foster

Carolyn S. Foster, 77, of South Charleston, passed away on September 1, 2018 at Hubbard Hospice House West.

She was a 1959 graduate of Dupont High School and retired from Union Carbide Corp.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Rev. Harvey and Iva Fleck.

Soo is survived by her husband, Steve, daughters, Tamela (Chris) and Stephanie (Jeremy); son, Chuck (Vicki); grandsons, Stephen and Mitchell; sisters, Glenda and Claudette; brother, Harvey (Joanie).

A  Service to Honor the Life of Soo will be held at 2:00 pm, Thursday, September 6, 2018 at Snodgrass Funeral Home, South Charleston with Rev. Don Gatewood officiating.  Family and Friends may visit one hour prior to the service at the funeral home. A reception immediately following the service will be held at Little Creek Country Club, South Charleston.

The family extends a very special thanks to Izzy, Mary and Monica for their wonderful care of Soo.

In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations to HospiceCare, 1606 Kanawha Blvd, West, Charleston, WV  25387-2536.

Memories of Soo may be shared by visiting and selecting the obituary listing.  Snodgrass Funeral Home is handling the arrangements.

9 replies
  1. Carl & Betty Schott says:

    We will always remember the laughter and wonderful times spent with Soo. She always spoke what was on her mind and it was refreshing. Most of the times it was absolutely hilarious. Sometimes you wondered where did that come from. Ha

    She was a wonderful host. Great dinners, dinner table and atmosphere created perfectly. We were always made to feel special in her house.

    May God’s love give Steve, family and all her friends the strength In the coming days and the years forward to celebrate the love and laughter she gave so freely with no expectation of anything in return.

    Soo will always live on in our hearts.

    Carl and Betty Schott

  2. Lisa Brotherton-Parmeter says:

    An absolutely beautiful woman inside and out! I am sorry to hear about this tremendous loss. Soo was a sweet, wonderful lady and she will be truly missed and will always be remembered! My deepest condolences to Soo’s family during this extremely painful time. Love and a big hug to you all!

  3. Mary Ann Triplett says:

    Our prayers are with Stephanie and her siblings. Stephanie is a friend of our daughter, Amy. We have known Stephanie for many years. May God give you peace and wonderful memories of your mother. Love you, Stephanie.

  4. Steve Dye says:

    So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We are so sorry that we can not attend the services with you today due to Steve’s appointmentmenta at the cancer center. May you feel the comfort of the Lord around you. May your friends surround you with love and comfort at this time. Sincerely, Steve and Terri Dye

  5. Pam Saunders Purdy says:

    I have been blessed with aunt & uncles on both sides of my family who showered me with unconditional love; Aunt Soo was one of them. Not only was she my aunt, she was my friend. She treated hubby Dave & I to wonderful dinners at her house during the holidays, she always had a pot of hot tea available for chats & was so much fun to be around. I know she loved me as much as I loved her & she will be missed.

  6. Sarah Workman (Campbell) says:

    Aunt Soo was one of the funniest, sweetest, sassiest people I’ve ever known. Many of my childhood memories involve her, especially Christmas Eve at her house. Into adulthood she never stopped calling me “baby Sarah” and I’ll always be that to her. She was a beautiful person and will be very missed.

  7. Mike Albert says:

    I was deeply saddened by the news of Sue’s passing. She will truly missed and fondly remembered by our class and all who knew her.

    Mike Albert, Class president DuPont H.S 1959.

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  • Thursday, September 6
  • 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm

Funeral Service

  • Thursday, September 6
  • 2:00 PM


Thursday, September 6
Immediately Following the Service