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Dawn - Albertville

Kimberly, AL

#21 Mar 19, 2010
Yes, he is a wonderful man and such a blessing to us all. I stopped one day and ask him why he danced the way he did , he said because it was in his blood and when you love to do something that much, you just have to do it. he never ask for anything and never bothers anyone he doesn't mind people stopping to talk to him he just has a good heart and his dog wildman never leaves his side wouldn't we all be better off if we had his spirt and drive not to mention the true detacation his dog shows him. I look for him every chance I get. and when the day comes that we don't see him anymore we will be the ones to have lost a great treasure.

Northport, AL

#22 Mar 27, 2010
lakemom wrote:
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His name is Foster and his dog is Wildman. I am friends with them and love seeing the both of them.
Once or twice in the past, I looked for some data for him on the Internet, found it, and gave it to him. If I remember correctly his family came from Georgia. He is very smart and educated. He talks very intelligently when you discuss past and current issues with him. Many Foster individuals have lived in Marshall County, AL and traveled to this area over the years -- including Ira Foster who served as an Officer, I believe, in the Civil War. A book in the Guntersville Public Library Genealogy Room states that Ira Foster at one time owned 6 miles of riverfront property along Guntersville Lake and the Tennessee River. The Foster family married into the Ayres family, or vice versa. There is a private Ayres Cemetery just out of Guntersville, AL where many of the Ayres family and relatives are buried. I enjoyed "very much" talking with Mr. Foster during the several times that I happened to be eating at the same restaurant. May God Bless and Keep Him is my Prayer! May God also Bless all of You and Keep You safe from harm! Have a good day!
dancingmanofgunt ersville

Gadsden, AL

#23 Apr 23, 2010
just to let everyone know that the dancng mans dog wildman jr passed away 4-18-10 due to a long illness Mr. foster is upset and put his walkman up and is not dancing
dancingmanofgunt ersville

Gadsden, AL

#24 Apr 23, 2010
Notnow wrote:
I have seen him for years walking/dancing all over Guntersville.
his name is Mr. foster and his dog has passed away 4-18-10 he is very upset

Montgomery, AL

#25 Nov 30, 2010
foster, his dog died this past year of old age... dancing man is still around, but not as much as in the past. he is fun to watch... he seems happy and healthy....

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