Guest Book for Foster Caddell

Provided by Gagne-Piechowski Funeral Home

Posted by: Marilyn Attenello
Wed June 05, 2013
I am so sorry for your loss..a great loss to many. Foster obviously lived a long, full and gifted life...rather than reason to be sad, all the more reason to celebrate the life of such a wonderful, distinguished, and talented man! I am sorry that I did not get a chance to sit and listen to his many stories and lessons.
You are in my prayers.
Love, Marilyn Attenello

Posted by: Victoria Lambert
Thu June 06, 2013
What a lovely man...whenever I saw him, he was smiling.  He is a kind and gentle angel.  On behalf of my family, our condolences to you all.

Posted by: Barbara LeBlanc
Sat June 08, 2013
so sorry to read of Foster's passing.  what a gentle man and fabulous artist.  Barbara

Posted by: Earl Mott
Sat June 08, 2013
I studied with Foster back in 1977. He was a wonderful teacher and a great artist, and he helped me greatly in my art career. May God comfort you during this time.

Posted by: Ruston Burst
Tue June 11, 2013
What a talent you were Mr. Caddell. It's Sad to find out about your passing.  I just came across a book you had published in he 1970's...great book!  and for your family, I hope there is some comfort in knowing that his inspiration will carry on.  

My deepest Condolences,
Ruston Burst

Posted by: Ann Marie Jodoin/Deirdre Jodoin
Mon June 17, 2013
Dearest Gail,
Upon hearing of the passing of Foster the world has truely lost a delightful and creatively inspiring individual.
After our fathers passing,Foster was such a comfort to our family by bringing my father back to us on canvas.His talent and volume of work will live on to touch artist all over the world.What a legacy!
I will miss his stories and laughter.
You are in our prayers.    
Ann Marie and Deirdre Jodoin

Posted by: Rosalyn Laudati and James Pick
Mon July 01, 2013
Dear Gail: We travelled with Foster to Spain in the 1980's. He painted a gorgeous portrait of my mother shortly after that trip. It hangs majestically in our home. My mom is still alive and she still loves the portrait. Our deepest condolences to you. He was a really interesting, creative and accomplished individual and we are sorry for your loss.

Posted by: Lucille Davis
Sat July 20, 2013
I just learned of Foster's death--I wanted to renew acquaintance, and Googled him, to find, to my sorrow, that he was gone.  For many years, when I lived in Escoheag, R. I., I had talked and visited June and Foster in their studio.  He had asked  me to sit as a model for his students, at one time, and he used our family as models for some Sunday School posters he had been commissioned to do. I have treasured the hand-drawn Christmas cards he used to send, as well as other mementos of his work that are in our home.
Gail, I think we met one time--it has been too many years since I have spent time in Voluntown.  But I sincerely mourn your loss, and trust that God's comfort sustain you in these days.