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Anita Foster

Feb 11, 1952 - Dec 03, 2023

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Houston, TX

Anita Foster, 71 of Houston, TX entered into eternal rest on December 3, 2023 surrounded by her loving family. Born in Harlingen, TX on February 11, 1952 is preceded in death by her parents: Tomas Rosales Foster and Delia Cavazos, siblings: Tomas Foster, Guillermo Foster and Robert Foster. Anita leaves behind a loving memory that shall live on in life through her children: Mary Ann Escobedo (Irineo), Lenora Ann Rocha, Faye Rocha (Cristy Marina Garza), Jessica Beatriz Calzada, grandchildren: Chri...Read More

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