Sissie, having a kind and generous heart, loved cooking for others. She won many contests for her delicious food. She was a long time cook for Fat Daddy’s Family Bar-B-Que. She also liked to joke around a lot. Anyone who knew her thought she was fun to be around, they also knew she had a wild side. Most of all she loved her family and her 2 dogs (children) Babe and Jenny.
Sissie loved all of her family and children, even those that were not her own. She always did everything she could to make sure none of her family went without, because she knew how it felt to go without. She was always there to listen, and to make you smile. She loved plants, her and Thomas used to garden every year together. Sissie was a strong, hard working woman, and an amazing mother. She will be missed greatly by all who knew her.
She was preceded in death by her parents.
Sissie is survived by her best friend and partner in life, Thomas Gilmore of the home; three daughters, Brittney Foster of Hati, Missouri, Jessica Foster of Forsyth, Missouri, Kaitlyn Gilmore of Branson, Missouri; her grandchildren, Kallie Ann Hugunin, Isaac Thompson, and two grandchildren on the way; a grandmother, Mary Collins of Forsyth, Missouri; a brother, Gerald Foster of Shreveport, Louisiana; and a sister, Crystal Sarrar of Bastrop, Louisiana.
A gathering to remember and celebrate Sissie’s life will be held 4:00 pm Tuesday, September 20, at Fat Daddy’s Family Bar-B-Que in Forsyth.