|Birth: ||Jan. 13, 1909|
|Death: ||Jul. 31, 1976|
Nora Elizabeth Null was born Jan 13 1909 in Masonville, Larimer Co., Colorado. She was a twin of Enda Null, who died as a teenager.
She married cowboy, Roy Errol Foster on June 9 1924. They moved to Fort Morgan where Roy operated a dragline/large equipment company. They became prominant citizens of the town of Fort Morgan and raised four children there. These were Darrel, William, Patricia and Donna.
Darrel and Bill joined the Marines during WWII and were injured in the assault on Omah Beach. Bill died of his injuries.
Nora and Roy also owned a cabin camp at Cedar Cove where the Cedar Creek joins the Big Thompson River.
After Roy's death in 1961, Nora sold all but one cabin to where she and her second husband, Ken Huffnagle had just moved after their marriage. This cabin was destroyed in the Big Thompson Flood of 1976. Both Nora and Ken were killed in this event.
Nora was an extraordiniary seamstress and made draperies for many beautiful homes in the Northern Colorado area. She spent time with her sister in California making draperies and had a shop in Fort Morgan.
Nora would never be known as a "Rocking Chair Grandma". She had curly dark hair and a big smile. She was small but was a bundle of fun.
William F Null (1869 - 1947)
Vesta C Fly Null (1881 - 1966)
Roy Errol Foster (1903 - 1961)
Kenneth G. Hufnagle (1910 - 1976)
Darrell D Foster (1925 - 1969)*
William L Foster (1926 - 1946)*
Dona Lavonne Foster Reed-Giles (1936 - 1990)*
Created by: Cindy (Seifert) Cooper A...
Record added: May 08, 2011
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