March 30, 1931 – Jan. 7, 2020

Graveside services with military honors for Holley Lane Foshee, 88, of Cloutierville will be Thursday, Jan. 9 at 2 p.m. at Fern Park Cemetery, Natchitoches, with Bro. Buster Bailey officiating and Jody Feazell assisting. Funeral services under the direction of Rockett-Nettles Funeral Home.

Mr. Foshee was born March 30, 1931, in Natchitoches and passed away Jan. 7, 2020.

Mr. Foshee served his country in the United States Army. He was a self-employed agriculture pilot for 50 years as well as being an acrobatic pilot. He was one of a very few pilots that had the privilege of flying an astronaut, Nagle, in his private plane. Mr. Foshee was a lifetime member of numerous organizations including World Fast Draw, Pope and Young, Boone and Crockett and the Louisiana Sheriff’s Association. He not only raced for Harley-Davidson, but was also instrumental in organizing the Natchitoches Motorcycle Club.

Mr. Foshee had a true passion for hunting. His passion included exotic animals. He not only hunted throughout the United States, but also in Canada. He especially enjoyed bow hunting. He has taken several record book animals during his lifetime. His achievements include being the No. 1 skeet shooter for three years in three states, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas.

He was preceded in death by his stillborn son, Simeon Foshee; parents, George Foshee Sr. and Mamie Foshee; and one brother, George Foshee Jr.

Mr. Foshee is survived by the love of his life, My Lucille; three daughters, Debbie LaCaze, Lanelle Sklar and Dianne Brien; one brother, Paul Foshee; six grandchildren and great-grandchildren; one step-son, David LaBorde and wife, Daisy Elizabeth; one step-daughter, Karla Feazell and husband A.J.; four step-grandchildren, Michelle LaBorde, Adrian LaBorde, Jody Feazell and Jennifer Feazell; and six step-great-grandchildren, Katelyn Allen, Daisy LaBorde, Korbyn McCain, Ben Swartwout, Briannah Feazell and Kailub Feazell.

Pallbearers will be David LaBorde, A.J. Feazell, Jody Feazell, Orville Bynog, William Sanders and Mike Deason.

In lieu of flowers, the family request memorials can be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital.