Kenneth R. Foust (Sign Guestbook)

Kenneth Ray Foust, age 74, of Clinton and Knoxville, passed away on February 27, 2018 surrounded by family and loving friends. Ken was very religious and was looking forward to being in the presence of his Lord, Jesus Christ. Ken lived a life of service to his fellowman, helping any and all who knew him. He was a valiant crusader for the truth. He had a unique sense of humor and loved to make people laugh. He was a man of many talents and vocations, from doing paralegal work to being a security guard. Ken was proud to be a member of the Clinton High School class of 1961. He was proud to have served as a marine and proud to be a citizen of the United States of America.

Ken was preceded in death by mother and father Anna Mae and Eugene Foust; brother, Dan Douglas Foust; and nephew, Todd Gordon Foust. He is survived and will be deeply missed by brothers, E. Gordon Foust and wife Linda Brimer or Morristown, David Lee Foust and wife Dominique of France; sister, Elizabeth “Suzi” Foust Stevens of Knoxville; 11 nieces and nephews; lots of loving cousins, extended family and friends.

The family will receive friends at Gentry Griffey Funeral Chapel on Sunday, March 4th from 2-5pm. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to your favorite charity and do an act of kindness in Ken’s name. Gentry Griffey Funeral Chapel is honored to serve the Foust family and invites you to view and sign their online guestbook below.


11 guestbook entries for “Kenneth R. Foust”:

  1. Curt Kelsey says:

    RIP Ken. You will be missed.

  2. Carol Forth says:

    My prayers go out to this family. Ken made a huge impact on my life and he married me and David in 2008. I will miss your happy personality and your great sense of humor.

  3. Mickey Ridings says:

    I love you Ken and will miss you, our late night discussions on law, Jesus, and jokes. I look forward to us being together with Jesus in heaven. My mom Irene loved you so much, I know you and her are having a wonderful time together now. Until we meet again your loving cousin Mickey.

  4. Mark and Barbara Maher says:

    We were able to visit and pray with Ken and his sister, Suzi, at UT about two weeks ago. Ken was anxious to go to rehab and get on with life. We will miss him. Ken also married Barbara and I in 2008. It was at a meeting at Arnie and Ellie’s house. Ellie made us red velvet cupcakes. What good memories. Mark and Barbara Maher


    it was a great joy to have KEN as my golf partner on many occasions also I was able to visit him and pray with him the week before his joining his Lord and Savior. He will be missed.

    Bill Moseley

  6. George and Rosemarie says:

    Ken, you will be missed, but not forgotten.

  7. David Foust and family says:

    Much thanks and love to all who knew and loved Ken! We look forward to seeing him again. We had many long conversations together. He always kept the faith positive and strong. With Ken’s help I met Dominique, my wife of 39yrs by buying me a ticket to France, he is loved by us and our 7 children.

  8. Phyllis Dorris says:

    Kenny will miss you at our class reunions, you were always so much help in preparing for these. I will see you at the big heavenly reunion. R.I.P. my friend, you fought a good fight.

  9. Toe Ridenour says:

    Kenny was one of the funniest men I ever knew. He always had that “Let’s see what I can mess with next smile”‘
    The hardest hit in football I ever witnessed was by Kenny in High School. On a kickoff, he hit the returner from Lake City so hard you could have heard the lick downtown Clinton. The ball carrier was knocked out. Kenny’s helmet was turned sideways, and when we were able to get the helmet off, Kenny was dripping blood. That is how Kenny was. He gave his all to whatever he did.
    I shall miss you, my dear friend.

  10. by Victor -Douglas : Bunch, says:

    Ken my brother you will surly be missed by Jennifer and I, R.I.P my friend, Love ya like a brother and will see you again in the not to distant future!

  11. cwolfrom says:

    Thank you for sharing these wonderful paintings. I haven’t seen Robert Goldman for several years, I met him when he was a child, we both lived in Benedict Canyon, In LA, near each other. He and his brother Ken, Ken’s wife, Stephanie, live in SD now. They teach, have shows, travel, and are planning a trip to South America soon where they will paint and teach all who take this trip. Their Mother, Maxine, was a good friend, an avid artists and encouraged all her children to explore all the arts, dance, paint, writing, etc. Both boys, Robert and Kenny went to a Waldorf School in Los Angeles, for many years, and learned the exquisite painting style called “layering”

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