Steven Forster – A Lifelong Lover of Candy and Snacks
Steven Forster has an insatiable passion for the confectionery industry. As founding Executive Editor of Candy & Snack TODAY and co-founder of Professional Candy Buyer, his passion shines bright.
According to sources familiar with the matter, La Mirada Public Works Director Steve Forster was removed from city hall following allegations that he engaged in inappropriate relations with married female staff member at city hall.
Early Life and Education
While at university, Forster joined discussion groups which inspired him to become more liberal; these sessions played a crucial part in shaping his writings – early novels by Forster reflected their influence, dealing with contemporary class issues.
After graduating university, Forster and his mother embarked on a trip through Europe that would prove instrumental in inspiring his work on travel themes in many of his novels. Additionally, two trips were taken to India that provided Forster with insight into cultural and social differences between Indians and English people.
Forster was also an active antislavery advocate. He was inspired in this pursuit by Charles Shiras, an important figure within Pittsburgh’s antislavery movement and his support was evident through some of Forster’s songs that expressed this viewpoint.
Forster, a professional photographer, has published over 10,000 images. He has won multiple awards including eight Alpha Awards. His work can be found exhibited in museums and galleries throughout the country and he is well known for traditional landscape photographs that strike tonal harmony while remaining visually clear while also having an interest in narrative and contemporary subjects.
Stephen Collins Foster was born into an impressively business minded family. His father William was an accomplished landowner and canal toll collector; while his mother Jane possessed an extraordinary skill for writing poetry.
Foster showed early talent for music; at two, he was already playing guitar and singing popular comic songs. By 1860 his songs had become widely popular in blackface minstrel shows – however this success did not bring enough money for living expenses.
Achievement and Honors
Apart from his journalism work, Forster was also an accomplished artist. His paintings have been shown both solo and group shows across the United States, featuring portraits of individuals and their relationships based on realist principles. Island Weiss Gallery in New York and Grenning Gallery in Sag Harbor represent him respectively.
Candy & Snack TODAY was founded by Tereza Tarantino and Carl Forster as co-founders, with Carl being an integral force in expanding its reach within the confectionery industry. Carl was an active presence at industry events and developed close bonds with fellow workers.
In 2022, Forster was nominated for the Ken Kennedy Award for his contributions to programmability and productivity. Together with co-workers he developed Globus platform that allows scientists to access large and distributed high performance computing systems faster.
Stephen Foster was an outstanding father and husband, deeply fond of his daughters and proud of their achievements. Additionally, he was an immensely talented musician, composer, and songwriter renowned for writing popular tunes such as “Oh! Susanna,” “Jeanie with Light Brown Hair,” and the Civil War ballad “De Camptown Races.”
In his later years, he was an adventurous traveller with many great tales to share. He became a frequent sight at industry events and always sought new ways to share his enthusiasm for life and candy with others.
He was the beloved husband of Joan Forster of Medford and cherished father to Donna M. Forster-Neubauer and Timothy E. Neubauer from Las Vegas and Mark J. Forster of Eagle Colorado. Additionally he was grandfather to Chad and Danielle (his companion), Jodie (Timmy’s girlfriend), Maddie and Chad (Chad and Danielle’s companion).
As of 2 May 2022, Forster had made numerous trades of LCNB Corp stock and owned 41,262 units as of that date as recorded by the SEC. His transactions have also been documented at New Orleans Museum of Art, Ogden Museum of Southern Art, Boyd Satellite Gallery and Robert Bruno Gallery for exhibition.
Forster recorded a public service announcement for Deejay Ra’s Hip-Hop Literacy campaign to encourage readers of Elmore Leonard novels to engage in reading them; additionally he played Max Cherry in the film adaptation of Rum Punch by Leonard.
Forster prefers not to reveal his past relationships. He has earned himself an excellent reputation within his field and works hard, which drives his ambition.