Reginald Nachomus Foster was born December 24, 1974 in Boston, MA to the late Rogene Foster, Jr. and Annie Jean (Donald) Foster. He was baptized early in life and had a strong faith in the Lord. He attended Boston Public Schools and completed his education in 1993. He worked as a construction worker for the Big Dig project up until he was forced into an early retirement due to a serious medical condition.
Reg was charismatic and highly influential to a lot of people. We could rely on him when it came to offering advice like that of a scholar. He provided security like a decorated officer and generated laughter like a natural-born entertainer. Reg was witty and had an incredible way of articulating how he felt. Without hesitation, whether right or wrong, he had an undeniable way of getting his point across. He also cherished every second he ever spent with his family and friends. He had the ability to memorize an entire song, word-for-word after only hearing it once or twice. At the age of six he could wheelie bikes around corners with one hand, by the age of ten he was able to wheelie dirt bikes and at thirteen it was nothing for him to parallel park full size excursion vans on tight city streets effortlessly.
Reg was preceded in death by his grandparents Rogene and Annie Foster of South Carolina, Willie and Willie Eva Donald of North Carolina. He leaves fond and loving memories to his son Reginald Kendrick Foster, his brother Rogene D. Foster, his sister Jakia D. Foster (aka Niecey) both of Boston. Three nieces Shakya and Anijah, both of Boston and CeRyta L. Foster of Charlotte, North Carolina. One grand-nephew Jumari C. Massey of Charlotte, North Carolina and a slew of Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, and Friends.
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