Brett Thomas Foster

Brett Thomas Foster

March 14, 1977 - June 10, 2015

Brett Thomas Foster

March 14, 1977 - June 10, 2015


Brett Thomas Foster, 38, of Anaheim Hills, beloved son, brother, uncle and friend, unexpectedly passed away on June 10, 2015. Brett was born March 14, 1977 in Concord, California.

Brett grew up in Riverside, California playing baseball and soccer, and graduated from Notre Dame High School in 1995 where he excelled in football. Brett attended USC, attaining a Bachelor’s degree and a MBA. Brett just recently finished law school and was preparing to take the California State Bar Exam in July. Brett worked as a commercial real estate broker for approximately 15 years. He also volunteered his time at the Legal Aid Society of San Bernardino and served as an intern at the San Bernardino District Attorney’s office. Brett enjoyed traveling, learning and spending time with his family and friends.

Brett is survived by his father, Hon. Bryan F. Foster; his mother, Nancy Foster; his brothers, Scott Foster and Keith Foster; sister-in-law Christina Foster; his niece Mikaela Foster and nephew Nathan Foster; and many extended family members and close friends. Brett built his life around making others happy. His infectious personality and laughter will always be missed.

On Thursday, June 18 there will be a viewing at 6 pm and a Rosary and Vigil at 7pm at O’Connor Mortuary which is located at 25301 Alicia Pkwy, Laguna Hills, CA 92653.

On Friday, June 19, there will be a funeral service at 10 am at the Mission Basilica San Juan Capistrano, 31520 Camino Capistrano, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675. Following the funeral there will be a celebration of life.

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15 responses to Brett Thomas Foster

  1. Karen Bunch says:

    I doubt you remember me from USC IFC, but I remember you. You were always such a delight and I so admired your spirit and joy at your wonderful 3 sons. Have 2 sons myself, you were such a great example of a mom. Kyle was saddened to hear about Brett and will be in attendance at the funeral. Best to you and your family. I will hold you in my thoughts and prayers.
    Karen Bunch

  2. Rosa Marquez says:

    My sincerest and deepest condolences. I cannot imagine the pain you must be in at this time, but please know that I share that pain with you. Brett will be missed.


    Rosa Marquez

  3. Nancy, When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure. So sorry to read about Brett. Kathy MacPherson

  4. Dear Foster Family, you have my sincerest sympathy and prayers. I just learned of Brett’s passing from a co-worker who went to undergrad with us at USC. I wasn’t close friends with Brett but would see and talk with him a lot around campus, football games, gym, classes, etc. Always had a good sense of humor and sincere personality. The kind of guy who could make you laugh with a few words. Always smiling. I’m sure he’s still smiling with you now. I’m sorry for your loss.
    Warmest wishes Matt Stevens

  5. I’m so saddened to learn of Brett’s passing many years after We were college roommates at USC. Brett was a dear friend one of the most loving and fun men I knew. Nancy and family I am so sorry for your loss he was an amazing man. Hope you are all doing well.

    Best, Candice

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