Dolly Lou Foster, known affectionately as “Scooby”, of Hurlock,\n \n\n Maryland passed on December 20, 2020 at her home.\n \n\n\n\n Dolly was born on February 20, 1955 to Miami C. and James\n \n\n Foster. Dolly was educated in the Talbot County School system\n \n\n and graduated from Easton High School in 1973. After high\n \n\n school, Dolly graduated from Airline school as a flight attendant\n \n\n and she moved to Rhode Island. Dolly later acquired her\n \n\n Commercial Driver’s License from Chesapeake College and Pre-\n \n\n Apprentice Electrical training from Anne Arundel Community\n \n\n College in 2008. Dolly loved driving trucks and carpentry work\n \n\n especially electrical and was always ready to lend a hand when\n \n\n she was able.\n \n\n\n\n Dolly loved art, painting, doing puzzles and cooking for her\n \n\n family, friends, and neighbors. Dolly attended Unity-\n \n\n Washington United Methodist Church in Hurlock, MD.\n \n\n\n\n Dolly was preceded in death by her parents, Miami and James\n \n\n Foster, her loving grandmother, Doraphine Chase and her\n \n\n brother, Robert J. Foster.\n \n\n\n\n Dolly is survived by siblings, Norma (Melvin) Pinkney, John\n \n\n (Althea) Foster, Michael Foster, and Mary (Garnett) Deshields.\n \n\n A close friend and “big brother”, Stacy Turner and another\n \n\n close friend and neighbor, Norris Bennett. Dolly did not have\n \n\n any biological children; she loved all of her nieces, nephews,\n \n\n great nieces and great nephews as her own. She could be heard\n \n\n bragging on all of their accomplishments. She is also survived\n \n\n by her three godchildren, Morris Bailey Jr., Dimeta Corsey, and\n \n\n Richard (RJ) T. Peterson. Dolly is also survived by one uncle,\n \n\n Nick Blake, and many cousins whom will miss her weekly phone\n \n\n calls and a host of friends.