OBITUARY: Noted Brevard Philanthropist Evelyn Foster Passes Away June 19 at Age 91
By Space Coast Daily // July 10, 2019
was a strong advocate of Health First Foundation Scholarship fund
BREVARD COUNTY • INDIALANTIC, FLORIDA – Noted Brevard Philanthropist Evelyn Foster passed away peacefully at her home in Indialantic on June 19. She was born and raised in Birmingham Alabama, along with her departed brother Bert Haley Moore.
Upon moving to Brevard County, Evelyn, along with her husband Warren, owned and operated Palm Bay Estates.
Some years later they added Palm Bay Plaza, in which Evelyn had herself an interior design business, known as “Your House.”
Both Evelyn and Warren enjoyed boating and took many wonderful family trips, but upon “retirement” Evelyn and Warren fell in love with the Abacos and Man 0 War, spent much family time there.
Evelyn’s love of the community led her to help raise money for many charities in the area. If you are reading this you probably know that, and it’s all who have been so kind to give to Evelyn’s causes, that have helped make the community a better place.
Since retirement, she has been involved in and a very strong advocate of Health First Foundation Scholarship fund.
Survivors include her daughter Pam Pont, Son in law AJ Pont; three grandchildren Kristen, Tracy, and Nicole; nephews Steve Moore, Scott Moore, and their families, both from Birmingham Alabama; Blondell Gordon, a faithful servant of God and longtime more-than-a-housekeeper to Evelyn, Warren, and Pam; as well as Evelyn’s grandchildren and Evelyn and Warren’s parents.
A service was held June 28th at the First United Church of Melbourne, her beloved church home for almost 60 years.
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