Chaili, now Chaili Foster, is twenty-seven years old and in 2017 graduated with her bachelor's of science in nursing from Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, TN, where she also served in student leadership as a peer mentor, as well as singing in gospel choir and playing piano for the jazz band. On March 7, 2020, she was married to her husband, Michael Foster, and on June 3, 2022 Michael and Chaili welcomed their daughter, Charlotte Louise (Charlie Lou) into the world. Chaili is now a registered nurse and employed as a labor and delivery nurse in a local Nashville-area hospital, while also teaching as a nursing clinical instructor for Belmont University. Michael works and helps to manage a local Nashville-area business. We are very blessed and thankful to live approximately 45 minutes from Michael, Chaili, and Charlie, and to continue to share life together. Chaili has a sweet, gentle spirit and has always had a tender love and care for people. She has also had a lifelong love for animals, having trained her horse, Storm, and had multiple cats. Mom and dad are proud of all of Chaili's academic and professional achievements and for the lady she is and continues to become. Most of all, Michael and Chaili are a young couple who desire more than anything to respond to Jesus in life together, for which we thank the Lord each day.
Carey is twenty-one years old and on May 21, 2023 was married to his High School sweetheart, Bekka, in a beautiful ceremony in Ohio. It is joy to welcome Bekka into our family as she has seemed like a part of our family for many years. Carey loves computers, languages (3 years of Arabic in high school) and history, especially military history, where his particular area of interest is World War II as he was likely influenced by Trina's father, who was a WWII veteran. Carey is also an avid collector and player of strategy games, which he uses to hone his strategic mind. He enjoys swimming for recreation, and was a member of a local high school swim team. Over a period of seven years, Carey traveled with dad quite regularly on trips to various parts of the country, and took his first overseas trip to Kenya and Uganda in 2017. He enjoys meeting new people and finding ways to serve. We are thankful that Carey is a young man with a heart that is open to Jesus, and our prayer is that he will continue to grow as a man who is strong in the Lord and who will lead and disciple his own family in Jesus as well as serving wherever God places him.