On Friday, July 12, 2019, Gerald "Dee" Foster passed away at the age of 77 in Grangeville, Idaho.\nDee was born on September 28, 1941 in McGill, Nevada to Henry and Kathrine Foster. Dee was a rolling stone that didn't collect much moss. He enjoyed seeing new places and learning new skills. After 25 years of exploring the world through a tour in the navy, gold mining on the South Fork of the Clearwater River, and developing the skills of an electrician, he settled in on long haul trucking which satisfied his wandering urge. Dee retired from trucking in 2004 and resided in Weiser, Id until his health began to fail in 2019, and then moved to the Grangeville Rehabilitation Center in order to be closer to family.\nDee is most fondly remembered by family and friends for his gift with a twelve string guitar. He enjoyed playing country music and singing around the campfire or just pickin and grinnin with friends. \nDee is proceeded in death by his parents, Henry and Kathrine and brothers Henry Jr. and Dennis. He is survived by his children Jerry, Hank, Stephanie, Jewelene, Amy and Dawniel and brother Cary along with numerous nieces and nephews and grandchildren. A private memorial will be arranged at a later date for family and close friends.\nTrenary Funeral Home of Kooskia is assisting the family.