Former Mayor Charles Foster dies

“He was the best mayor I ever served with... he didn’t like controversy” and “he didn’t allow foolishness and just got down to business.”

Kirk Rivers
Former City Councilman who served with Mayor Charles Foster

From Staff Reports

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The Rev. Charles Foster, who was Elizabeth City’s mayor from 2005 through 2007 and the city’s first-African-American mayor, has died.

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Reverend Dr. Charles Foster

Reverend Foster was a wonderful man, committed to serving Christ and mankind. His guidance, wisdom and compassion will be sorely missed by the multitude of people who cared dearly for him. I am one of few whose life he impacted.

Rev. Foster was a

Rev. Foster was a warm-hearted man with a generous spirit. Prayers for his family in their time of loss.

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