Dale Foster Williams

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Dale Foster Williams, 64, a long-time resident of Stoddard, NH and formerly of Massachusetts died on Saturday, October 22, 2016 at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Keene. She passed peacefully surrounded by her loving family.

Dale was born the daughter of the late Ruth (Lamb) and Kendall E. Foster on October 13, 1952 in Milton, Massachusetts. She was educated in Weymouth and graduated from Weymouth High School class of 1970. Dale went on in her education attending Massasoit College in Brockton.

On July 19, 1999 she exchanged vows with Rodney A. Williams at the family farm in Stoddard. They were married with close family and friends in attendance. Dale and Rodney have lived together happily at the” Farm” for 17 years.

Dale was a motivated person. She owned and operated Dale’s Cleaning Service for ten years. Prior, she had been employed by various colleges and schools where she taught aerobics and gymnastics. She had many interests in life. Time was spent riding horses, working in her flower and vegetable gardens, designing and making jewelry. She had a love of animals and enjoyed swimming. She loved to be with family and friends and eventually her grandchildren.

Mrs. Foster Williams is survived by her husband Rodney A. Williams of Stoddard, her children; Tara M. Pratt and her husband Danny of Fitzwilliam, Carla C. Moynihan of Keene and Melanie Kinson of Swanzey; her sisters, Diane Putnam and her husband Ronald of Ashburnham, MA. and Cheryl Young and her partner Jeff Sherwin of Goffstown, NH; five grandchildren; Hayden Moynihan, Alaina and Coleman Files, Corrine and Rowan Kinson. In addition she leaves cousins, nieces, nephews, extended family and lifelong friends.

A celebration of her life is being planned for the near future. This information will be shared on the funeral home web site and other media. All services are under the care of Cheshire Family Funeral Home and Crematories, 46 South Winchester St. Swanzey, NH. 03446. www.cheshirefamilyfuneralhome.com.

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