Blane Foshee 1984 -2016
Funeral services for Blane Foshee were held Tuesday, Dec. 13. Blane, 32 years of age, passed away on Dec. 8, 2016 in Natchitoches. He was born June 11, 1984 to Thomas and Kay Wardlow Foshee in Alexandria. Blane graduated from St. Mary’s High School where he played Varsity football. He attended Northwestern State University and was a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity. An avid sportsman and outdoorsman, he loved bow-fishing, water and snow skiing and snowboarding. He was a Team Roper and was an accomplished bull rider. Additionally, he rode and trained Quarter horses and was featured as the GPS Specialist in a National Geographic documentary, “Biggest and Baddest,” for hog hunting. Blane was a Natchitoches Parish Fireman and at the time of his death, was the owner of Blane Foshee Cattle Company. Blane had the luxury of being raised on Foshee Ranch with his father, Tom, being his lead mentor. This environment allowed him to access all of the things that he loved most about life and led him to become the man that he was. Blane loved life to the fullest. He loved his family and friends, especially his baby girl Thea Shay. He never met a stranger and was beloved by so many. He is survived by his wife and daughter, Micah Elliott Foshee and Thea Shay Foshee of Natchitoches; his parents, Tom and Kay Foshee of Natchitoches; and two brothers, Jeff Foshee and wife Melissa of Lafayette and Scott Foshee of Natchitoches; his niece, Virginia Foshee; and two nephews, Quaid and Quinton Foshee.