Family and friends are mourning the loss of 25-year-old Morgan Foster, also known as “Mo Daisy". She was laid to rest on Monday leaving loved ones devastated. The family has received an amazing outpouring of love among the thousands of tributes that have poured in following the news of her death on May 10th, 2024. She is remembered for her big smile, beautiful soul, loving heart, contagious laugh, deep faith, humble demeanor, dedicated friendships, selfless animal advocacy, and joyful soul. She's already missed by many, but none more than her devastated family. How do you pick up the pieces after such a profound loss? There are no words. The community wants to help with a huge Memorial and Benefit Blood Drive.

"Morgan's life, though brief, was a beacon of love, joy, and kindness. She will forever be remembered for her radiant spirit and the positive impact she had on everyone she met."

So many people loved Morgan, and she's left a hole in the hearts of many after her untimely passing. Her unforgettable life and legacy will continue to live on.

Oh I believe there are angels among us
Sent down to us from somewhere up above
They come to you and me in our darkest hours
To show us how to live, to teach us how to give
To guide us with the light of love


Morgan Foster will be remembered as an accomplished student with a passion for helping others, being committed to improving the welfare of children and animals, and having a positive impact on anyone she'd ever met.  As news began to circulate of her death, tributes started pouring in. She touched so many lives.

We all have things we want to do with our lives, and in Morgan's case, she lived life in the moment. She left her mark on many so her legacy lives on and will continue to do so for a very long time. Not only was she a cheerleader in school but much more so in life. She was always helping friends and family live their best lives. There will never be another Mo Daisy. Keep "Dancing in the Sky".


The Western Kentucky Regional Blood Center has partnered with Tri-State Counter Tops in Owensboro, Basil's Food Truck, and singers Cam Thompson and Andy Brasher to remember the life and legacy of Mo Daisy and to benefit Payton Foster, who is recovering after the crash. The bloodmobile will be set up at 3053 Alvey Park Drive this Friday, June 7th, 2024, from 10 AM until 4 PM.

Basil's Food Truck will donate 10% of sales, and WKRBC will donate $5 for each successful blood donation. We hope you’ll join us in supporting these two young ladies who were so cherished in our community.

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If you can't make it to the event and would love to donate to the family, there's a GoFundMe page set up.

Keep her family and friends in your thoughts and prayers as they continue to grieve the loss of their daughter, sister, girlfriend, niece, and friend. Life can sure seem unbelievably unfair. Now, go rest high on that mountain, your work on Earth is done.

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