Community honors Kitsap stabbing victim with softball tournament

Hundreds of people took part in the two-day softball tournament in memory of Bill Foust. He is a mainstay in the sobriety softball league and recovery community.

ENUMCLAW, Wash. – Bill Foust’s family and friends gathered Saturday to remember him nearly a month after he was stabbed in the Kitsap County rehabilitation home. Bill was one of two people killed, two others were injured.

Hundreds of people came together to organize a two-day softball tournament in his memory. Foust is a mainstay in the region’s clean and sober softball league and recovery community.

“Bill is one of those very kind people. He cares about the people around him. I am honored to have him as a brother,” said Karl Djordjevic, Foust’s step-brother.

Bill’s family and friends mourn his loss and work to keep his memory alive.

“It’s almost like the dream remains. You learn about it and even sometimes I still think I’ll wake up at any moment and I’ll be able to text him,” said Red Djordjevic.

Red Djordjevic, facing the loss of their father, continues their good times and their love of rock music.

“I only remember good things about him. I remember what a goofy guy he was and he was a kid at heart and we really connected because of that,” Red said.

Bill is also remembered as a role model. His support was evident in the hundreds of people Bill was touched by came together to honor him and rallied around Red for a two-day fundraising softball tournament in Enumclaw.

“Never in my life did I think I would see so many people come to support my dad. I know he moved people and loved people but I don’t know how far that really went,” said Red.

The community honoring Bill tries to remember the words “What will Bill do” but Red reminds everyone not to forget the other three words.

“Make sure you tell your family you love them whenever you can,” says Red.

The man accused of killing Fous and one woman, Sterling Traven, pleaded not guilty and is currently behind bars on $4 million bail. Community honors Kitsap stabbing victim with softball tournament

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