Jane Chrystell (Chrys) Loveless Foster

Jane Chrystell (Chrys) Loveless Foster, 90, of Strasburg, passed away Sunday, February 16, 2014 at her home.  The funeral service will be held Thursday, February 20, 2014 at 11:00 a.m. at Mount Olive United Methodist Church.  Reverend Ed Wilkins and Reverend Bill Erbach will officiate.  Burial will be private in Sunset View Memorial Gardens in Woodstock.

Mrs. Foster was born September 3, 1923 in Quanah, Texas daughter of the late James Cube Loveless and Jesse Estelle Clements Loveless.  She worked as an administrative assistant for 40 years at Lindsay Cadillac in Alexandria, VA and was a member of Mount Olive United Methodist Church.

She is survived by her son, Tom Foster and wife Anne of Fairfax, VA; sister, Farris Taylor of Sallisaw, OK; brothers, Frank Loveless of Norman, OK and Gerald Loveless of Frisco, TX; three grandchildren, Carrie Anne Foster, Michael Thomas Foster and Jenna Marie Foster.  She was preceded in death by sisters, Melba Farr and Marga Lyde and brothers, James Loveless, Orvral Loveless and Doris Loveless.

Pallbearers will be Michael Foster, Conn Foster, Jamie Dose, Dennis Foster, Sam Dose, Richard Ward, Alan Cooper and Ryan Cooper.

Honorary pallbearers will be Pearlie Brill, Virgil Sager and Brian Drummond.

The family will receive friends Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. at Dellinger Funeral Home in Woodstock.

In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Blue Ridge Hospice, 333 W. Cork Street, Winchester, VA 22601 or American Cancer Society, P. O. Box 321, Woodstock, VA 22664.

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2 Condolences to Jane Chrystell (Chrys) Loveless Foster

  1. Albert Lewis says:

    My son John and I met Mrs. Foster at her home last spring when we were invited to come and spend a weekend with the family. We were very touched by her hospitality and generosity. She was a great lady and although we only just began to get to know her, we will still miss her. Our prayers and best wishes are with the Foster family. May God bless and keep you at this time. Much love, Albert and John Lewis.

  2. Susan Mowery says:

    I am very sad to hear of the passing of Chrys Foster. I got to know her several years ago when I would take my aunt to her “Lunch Bunch” group. Chrys was a beautiful lady inside and out. She always tried to make sure some of the ladies who were unable to drive had a ride to the lunch group each week. I was fortunate to have had many wonderful conversations with her. She was always kind, caring, thoughtful, and so “upbeat” no matter what her circumstances. She was an inspiration to me and I will miss her greatly. My thoughts and prayers are with all her family and friends at this time.

    Fondly, Susan Mowery