The Denver restaurant community lost one of its best and brightest on Sunday, July 5, when chef Brandon Foster passed away while hiking with his family in Summit County. Since 2016, Foster had been the executive chef for Project Angel Heart, a nonprofit organization that delivers medically customized meals to people living with life-threatening illnesses. Before that, he worked at Vesta for eleven years, rising to executive chef during his time there.
During his time as a restaurant chef and nonprofit employee, Foster touched the lives of many colleagues, customers and young cooks looking for a mentor. The chef was known for his kindness, patience and positive nature, as well as for his cooking skills.
Friends and colleagues of chef Brandon Foster, who passed away on July 5, remember his life and contributions. https://t.co/JI0s4ZzRr9
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