Brian John Foster, 52, died Oct. 14, 2016, at his home in Enumclaw.
He was born Nov. 22, 1963, in Richland, Wash., to James and Margaret Foster. He grew up in Kent, Wash., and graduated in 1983 from Kent-Meridian High School. He started his 30-year career in the construction industry as a carpenter and became a general superintendent, responsible for many high-rise projects in the Seattle area. He enjoyed all outdoor activities, including hunting, fishing, camping and skiing, and ran the last of several marathons after being diagnosed with cancer. His biggest accomplishment was building a 1965 Cobra replica rally car.
He is survived by wife Paula Foster of Enumclaw; son Brian Foster of Enumclaw; daughter Sara Myers (Jacob) of Enumclaw; stepson Jacob Mills of Wenatchee, Wash.; stepdaughter Sarah Mills of Enumclaw; mother Margaret Foster of Enumclaw; and brothers Michael Foster (Cecilia) of Maple Valley, Kevin Foster (Darcy) of Tacoma and Travis Foster (Amanda) of Apple Valley, Calif. He was preceded in death by father James Foster in 2011.
Services were Friday, Oct. 21, at Mount Rainier Christian Center in Enumclaw followed by burial at Enumclaw Evergreen Memorial Park.
All may sign his online guest book at www.weeksfuneralhomes.com.