Henry Lee Foster Jr. was many things, a father, a cousin, and an uncle to some. He was born on the first day of 1926, near Abilene, Texas to Lee Foster and Lela Mae Richardson where he would grow up during the the Great Depression in severe poverty. “H.L.” as he is known by his Texan relatives and his nieces was a man of great conviction. He did not let his circumstances define him. He worked hard and smart and scored the highest ever score for the United States radioman test. He served this country during World War II in the Navy on the PacificRead More →

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