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William A. Foster

FOSTER, William A., Omaha, NE. Born 3/6/1938 in Concord, NH, “Willie” Foster died in his home on Thursday, 6/12/2008. He was 70 years old. Willie Foster is survived by his family, including his wife, Jackie; his sons, Chris and wife Sallie, David and wife Kirsten and their two children, Carlie and Cooper; daughter, Jenny and husband Todd and their daughter, Elizabeth Hannah. He is also survived by his younger sister Penny and husband Tom White and their daughter Elizabeth. Willie moved to Omaha after marriage to his wife Jackie and worked at the Strategic Air Command in Global Weather Central. He was named SAC athlete of the year in 1967. He worked for Peter Kiewit Sons as a computer programmer from 1968 to 1991. He continued to work as a programmer until he retired. He was an accomplished tennis player during his life, winning state titles during high school and as captain of the University of Connecticut tennis team. He excelled at other racket sports, including badminton, platform tennis, squash and racquetball. Willie Foster loved his family, and he loved tennis almost as much. He will now take his rightful place as a tennis legend and will be greatly missed by the tennis community. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Nebraska Humane Society or Nebraska Public Television. A Memorial Service will be held Monday, 11:00 a.m., at West Hills Church, 3015 So. 82 Ave. FOSTER, William A., Omaha, NE. Born 3/6/1938 in Concord, NH, “Willie” Foster died in his home on Thursday, 6/12/2008. He was 70 years old. Willie Foster is survived by his family, including his wife, Jackie; his sons, Chris and wife Sallie, David and wife Kirsten and their two children, Carlie and Cooper; daughter, Jenny and husband Todd and their daughter, Elizabeth Hannah. He is also survived by his younger sister Penny and husband Tom White and their daughter Elizabeth. Willie moved to Omaha after marriage to his wife Jackie and worked at the Strategic Air Command in Global Weather Central. He was named SAC athlete of the year in 1967. He worked for Peter Kiewit Sons as a computer programmer from 1968 to 1991. He continued to work as a programmer until he retired. He was an accomplished tennis player during his life, winning state titles during high school and as captain of the University of Connecticut tennis team. He excelled at other racket sports, including badminton, platform tennis, squash and racquetball. Willie Foster loved his family, and he loved tennis almost as much. He will now take his rightful place as a tennis legend and will be greatly missed by the tennis community. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Nebraska Humane Society or Nebraska Public Television. A Memorial Service will be held Monday, 11:00 a.m., at West Hills Church, 3015 So. 82 Ave.

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