Obituary of Calvin Foster
June 4, 2022, marks one year since our hearts were shattered and our world forever changed. Calvin will be laid to rest in Greenwood Cemetery with a graveside service taking place at 2PM. Family, friends, and all those who loved and were loved by Calvin are welcome.
It is with broken hearts the family of Calvin Foster wish to announce his unexpected passing on Friday June 4, 2021. Born in 2001 in Saint John, N.B. to Michael and Rebecca (Foster) Arsenault.
Calvin was a loving son and an amazing older brother, who often was a strength in our family. Shining his light through some of our darkest times.
Since Calvin’s passing it is apparent that light wasn’t reserved for our little family. He shone it so brightly and openly for anyone struggling with darkness. He believed in living your true self and had nothing but support and love to offer anyone in need.
We can honour Calvin by remembering this. There is true beauty in loving unconditionally. Be unreserved with your love and support, give them openly and with kindness. You will absolutely make a difference in someone’s life just like Calvin has in all ours.
Calvin will be deeply and forever missed by his parents, Michael and Rebecca Arsenault, of Saint John, brother, Jacob Arsenault, of Saint John, Siblings, Madelyn and Brayden Emmerson, of Saint John, Grandmothers, Ann Foster (Jerry McIntyre), and Patricia Arsenault, both of Saint John, N.B., aunt, Jennifer (Peter) Smith, of Saint John, uncles, Shawn MacNeil (Tracey), of Moncton, and Tony Foster, of Saint John, cousins, Nicholas Smith, of Saint John, Shyanne MacKnight, Zoe MacNeil, Zander MacNeil, Camden MacNeil, all of Moncton, and Logan of Saint John. His loving partner Mitch Cahoon, a relationship so sweet cut way too short. Calvin’s loving heart also brought him two fur babies, Benji and Nico who he gave them what he gave us all so freely. Unconditional love.
Calvin will be met by his grandfathers, Stephen Foster, and Roger ( NuNu ) Arsenault, Many beloved pets such as Angel, Audrey, and Pistachio
We will hold a Celebration of life at a later time. First we need time to grieve this incredible loss.
Castle Funeral Home, 309 Lancaster Ave. Saint John, N.B. ( 634- 1701) have been entrusted with the arrangements. Cremation has taken place. A graveside service will take place in Greenwood Cemetery at 2PM on June 4, 2022. Donations to Anna's angels dog rescue, the FB dog rescue group, where Calvin adopted Benji as well as Saint John Pride would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences can be made at www. Castlefh.ca
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