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Michael Marcellus Foreman
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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Michael M. Foreman Michael Marcellus Foreman, 71, of Winchester, Virginia, died Tuesday, October 30, 2012, in Winchester Medical Center. Mr. Foreman was born in 1941, in Winchester, Virginia, the son of the late Ercell and Hazel Foreman. He was the Clerk of the Winchester Circuit Court for 27 years before retiring in 2003. During his …
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Bill and Patsy McMullan left a message on November 1, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Bill and Patsy McMullan lit a candle.
Bonnie Echols left a message on November 1, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Bonnie Echols lit a candle.
Judy Floyd Whitacre left a message on November 1, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Judy Floyd Whitacre lit a candle.
Rich Reedy left a message on November 1, 2012:
Mike was truly "One of a kind!" I'm sure God threw the mold away after he made Mike. I consider myself extremely fortunate to have known Mike, and call him my friend. He will be missed by so many whose lives he touched. Rest in peace, dear friend!
Sandra Jones left a message on November 2, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Sandra Jones lit a candle.
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Sandra Jones left a message on November 2, 2012:
The Foreman family will be kept in our prayers, Mike was one of those special people we were fortunate to know and think the world of. Thank you for sharing him with us. He will be long remembered.
Janessa Baker left a message on November 2, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Janessa Baker lit a candle.
Bill DeLoatche, Tampa, FL left a message on November 2, 2012:
My sincere condolences to Mike's entire family. He was both my teacher and homeroom teacher his first year at Handley High. He was the best teacher I had for any subject in high school, college or in business. His dedication to his students, his co-workers and the community at large can be seen as an outstanding example to everyone! He will be missed by many. Bill DeLoatche
Judy L. DeCristofaro left a message on November 2, 2012:
This community has lost a true historian and a wonderful and inspiring man. I will especially miss his yearly presence at the Memorial Day services at the Shenandoah Memorial Cemetery in May. My prayers are with his family at this sad time.
Abu-Radhi Muhammad left a message on November 1, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Abu-Radhi Muhammad lit a candle.
Cindy Conner Vaughn left a message on November 1, 2012:
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Bill and Patsy McMullan left a message on November 1, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Bill and Patsy McMullan lit a candle.
william M. McMullan left a message on November 1, 2012:
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william M. McMullan left a message on November 1, 2012:
Everyone during their lifetime should have the privilege of knowing a Mike Foreman. How blessed so many of us have been to be able to call him "Friend". Bill and Patsy McMullan
Katarine Pappas/Petty left a message on November 1, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Katarine Pappas/Petty lit a candle.
John Sutton Tinsley left a message on November 1, 2012:
I am so sorry to hear the news.His wit and presence will greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends.
George William Lanahan left a message on November 1, 2012:
A huge personal loss of a lifelong friend. Mike has meant so much to so many during his lifetime and will leave his footprint on Winchester and Frederick County for years to come. I will always remember him as a boyhood friend, a classmate, as the gentleman he always was, as a devoted public servant and teacher, as a man unmatched in moral courage and strength of convictions, as a model of excellence in all his achievements, and for the values he believed in. I, as well as many others, will miss Mike Foreman, but we must not grieve for long, for our lives are better for having known him. George William Lanahan Minneapolis, MN
Zane K. "Sparkey" Webster left a message on November 1, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Zane K. "Sparkey" Webster lit a candle.
Nell and Joe Malat left a message on November 1, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Nell and Joe Malat lit a candle.
David C. Trimble left a message on November 2, 2012:
I met Mr. Foreman through Civil War living history activities with the Old Court House Museum and Lee's Lieutenants. In a word, he was a "trooper", always willing to participate in any role we asked of him, ranging from a Supreme Court Justice, to a U.S. Senator, to a dazed farmer in the aftermath of battle, searching for a lost cow. His enthusiasm, interest, and support were invaluable, and he was always a complete joy to be around. We will most certainly miss Mr. Foreman. David C. Trimble a/k/a Major General Isaac R. Trimble Georgetown, KY
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
David C. Trimble left a message on November 2, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, David C. Trimble lit a candle.
Gary M. Clemens, Clerk in Loudoun left a message on November 2, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Gary M. Clemens, Clerk in Loudoun lit a candle.
Sherri Sander left a message on November 5, 2012:
A heartfelt "thank you" for all your wonderful contributions to our Winchester Facebook page...you will be missed by so many. Rest in peace, Mr. Foreman.
Jerry Turner left a message on November 5, 2012:
I just learned of Mike's death. I have the fondest memories from my experiences in his homeroom and as my teacher in his first year at Handley. He made learning an exciting adventure but even more provided us a genuine role model. I have been touched by all the tributes played to him but none more so than that of John Capehart. He wrote that Mike lived the admonition of the scripture while showing us how to be a friend. I believe this blend of his spiritual nature and human compassion clearly reveals how blessed his life was and ours for having been touched by him. May his family be comforted by the treasured memories we each have of our friend. Jerry Turner
Charles King left a message on November 11, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Charles King lit a candle.
Charles King left a message on November 11, 2012:
I will always cherish the memories of our clerk of the court days. Charles King, Retired Clerk Gloucester
Susu Bearov left a message on October 31, 2012:
V,D,S and families.....Just heard about Mike....am overwhelmed. We were jus emailing before he got sick. Loved all the pictures (100s) of grandchildren. He was the funist person I've known....there is no replacement. None. Love to you all. Susu
Mary Malcolm Moore left a message on October 31, 2012:
Verlie and Family, My thoughts and prayers are with you. I have many fond memories of Mike. He was a great man and friend. Love to you and yours, Carolyn Malcolm
Mary Malcolm Moore left a message on October 31, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Mary Malcolm Moore lit a candle.
Gerald A. Gibson left a message on October 31, 2012:
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E. Foreman left a message on November 5, 2012:
We tend to glorify those who have died and make the memories of them more rosy, this is not necessary in Mike's case. I think we also each try to do what is right as we live our lives. We are for the most part ordinary people just doing the best we can to live, enjoy life and spread some kindness along the way. As I have been thinking of my father-in-law and friend over these past weeks, I have had one persistent thought, especially now as I try to classify him. I can only describe him as extraordinary. As a measure, I see myself thinking of others and being charitable with my time or money many times a year. Mike did this on a daily basis from adolescence to death. He was truly, genuinely interested in others, learning about them and finding out how he might help them through something as simple as giving directions to something as deep as sharing his love, friendship or compassion. He was never to busy for someone in need. I have encountered very few people with his moral fiber and character. He was not a saint :^) and he never felt a sense of "duty" to help others. He did it because he truly enjoyed meeting people and helping them. In our conversations it was easy to tell he felt he was the one who gained enrichment from any encounter, not the other way around. For the past 20 years I have had the great pleasure to be a member of the Foreman family. I, and I hope others who knew him, will continue to learn from his example and try to be the best men and women we can be. He would be honored. My love to Veerle, David, Stewart, Jenn, Kendall, Jack, Maggie, Dylan and Zoe. We will preserve these memories. They are a gift he has given to us all and made us better people. Elizabeth Boger Foreman
Florence & Michael R. Foreman left a message on November 4, 2012:
Flo and Michael R. Foreman It's been an adventure knowing Mike M. Since Veerlee and I were both school teachers, we would often get calls from parents of our students. And since our husbands were Michael Foreman, we'd get phone calls for them.....and I'd always ask...Do you want the former clerk of court?....Usually they did and I'd tell them to look for Michael M. Foreman. Also, we both had two sons. Many times we'd get mail for Mike M. and so I created an address label that said "the other Mike Foreman," their address, and the mail service would deliver it to them. Mike M. would emcee the JAA Fun Night and he'd always remind the audience that he was the "good-looking" Mike Foreman and my husband was the ugly one!! They both loved their Handley High School and the people that supported this great association. The service on Saturday was just such a tribute to a guy who truly loved his family and his Winchester. I was amazed at all the wonderful things his friends and son shared about his life. There are few persons in this day and age that contribute as much as Mike M. did. I am so glad I got to know Mike. I feel our community will be forever grateful for having had him here. Veerlee, David, Stuart, and family, you have such special memories of this remarkable man. May these memories carry you through the coming months and may God give you strength and comfort. My Mike and I will miss Michael M. Foreman.
Gary M. Clemens, Clerk in Loudoun left a message on November 2, 2012:
Mike Foreman's passing is a tremendous loss for the Winchester community but it is also a significant loss for the Commonwealth of Virginia. Mike Foreman demonstrated integrity, honesty and genuine leadership as he served in the office of clerk of the circuit court in Winchester. The use of his talents extended beyond Winchester as he developed partnerships with clerks of circuit court all over Virginia resulting in improvements in services offered by clerks of circuit court to citizens of our Commonwealth. My thoughts and prayers are with Mike's family during this time of mourning.
Susan Nichols DeHaven left a message on November 2, 2012:
Mike has been a friend, a classmate throughout elementary school through graduation, June 1959. He has been a guiding light for all of us who knew him. He will be truly missed for all of the wonderful things he has done for the community,but his friendship will be missed most. Our love and prayers for Veerle and his sons and families. Susan and Stewart DeHaven, Alexandria, VA
Joshua Robinson left a message on November 2, 2012:
We have lost a great public servant and friend. He set high standards for the Court Clerks of the Commonwealth. His Memory will be an inspiration to the Bench and Bar
Chad E. Tyson left a message on November 2, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Chad E. Tyson lit a candle.
Patsy Williamson left a message on November 2, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Patsy Williamson lit a candle.
Joyce Fletcher left a message on November 3, 2012:
Mike was a fellow student at Handley, but 2 years ahead of me. I knew him as a Monitor , but a really nice one if you behaved and onStudent Government. I had not seen him for years as I left Winchester, but he spoke at our 50th Handley reunion last year and even Tom who had never been to Handley got the biggest laughs from his memories of our teachers and life at Handley 50 years ago. He was a very special man for so many. My thoughts and prayers go to all his family especially during this time of acute loss. Joyce Bly Fletcher Naples, Florida
Darlene (Youngblood) Clem left a message on November 4, 2012:
I feel so blessed to have known Mike and to have been a classmate at Handley. I pray God's peace and comfort will surround Veerle and the family. Mike will be greatly missed by so many friends and acquaintences. Darlene (Youngblood) Clem
Florence & Michael R. Foreman left a message on November 4, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Florence & Michael R. Foreman lit a candle.
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Maetta Crewe left a message on October 31, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Maetta Crewe lit a candle.
Richard Kern Jr left a message on November 1, 2012:
Veera, David, and Stuart. Its hard to describe your Dad and husband and his impact on my life. Immense. I will tell you that not once in my life was I not glad to see him even if he's handing out his exam! That's how special he was. I feel so lucky to have had him as a teacher and friend for these many years. We all have been cheated, yet I cannot think of Mike without smiling and for me there is no greater epitaph. Sincerely, Rick Kern
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
V,D,S and families.....Just heard about Mike....am overwhelmed. We were jus emailing before he got sick. Loved all the pictures (100s) of grandchildren. He was the funist person I've known....there is no replacement. None. Love to you all. Susu
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
I am so sorry to hear the news.His wit and presence will greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends.
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
A huge personal loss of a lifelong friend. Mike has meant so much to so many during his lifetime and will leave his footprint on Winchester and Frederick County for years to come. I will always remember him as a boyhood friend, a classmate, as the gentleman he always was, as a devoted public servant and teacher, as a man unmatched in moral courage and strength of convictions, as a model of excellence in all his achievements, and for the values he believed in. I, as well as many others, will miss Mike Foreman, but we must not grieve for long, for our lives are better for having known him. George William Lanahan Minneapolis, MN
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Mike was truly "One of a kind!" I'm sure God threw the mold away after he made Mike. I consider myself extremely fortunate to have known Mike, and call him my friend. He will be missed by so many whose lives he touched. Rest in peace, dear friend!
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
My sincere condolences to Mike's entire family. He was both my teacher and homeroom teacher his first year at Handley High. He was the best teacher I had for any subject in high school, college or in business. His dedication to his students, his co-workers and the community at large can be seen as an outstanding example to everyone! He will be missed by many. Bill DeLoatche
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
This community has lost a true historian and a wonderful and inspiring man. I will especially miss his yearly presence at the Memorial Day services at the Shenandoah Memorial Cemetery in May. My prayers are with his family at this sad time.
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
I met Mr. Foreman through Civil War living history activities with the Old Court House Museum and Lee's Lieutenants. In a word, he was a "trooper", always willing to participate in any role we asked of him, ranging from a Supreme Court Justice, to a U.S. Senator, to a dazed farmer in the aftermath of battle, searching for a lost cow. His enthusiasm, interest, and support were invaluable, and he was always a complete joy to be around. We will most certainly miss Mr. Foreman. David C. Trimble a/k/a Major General Isaac R. Trimble Georgetown, KY
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Mike Foreman's passing is a tremendous loss for the Winchester community but it is also a significant loss for the Commonwealth of Virginia. Mike Foreman demonstrated integrity, honesty and genuine leadership as he served in the office of clerk of the circuit court in Winchester. The use of his talents extended beyond Winchester as he developed partnerships with clerks of circuit court all over Virginia resulting in improvements in services offered by clerks of circuit court to citizens of our Commonwealth. My thoughts and prayers are with Mike's family during this time of mourning.
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Mike has been a friend, a classmate throughout elementary school through graduation, June 1959. He has been a guiding light for all of us who knew him. He will be truly missed for all of the wonderful things he has done for the community,but his friendship will be missed most. Our love and prayers for Veerle and his sons and families. Susan and Stewart DeHaven, Alexandria, VA
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Everyone during their lifetime should have the privilege of knowing a Mike Foreman. How blessed so many of us have been to be able to call him "Friend". Bill and Patsy McMullan
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Veera, David, and Stuart. Its hard to describe your Dad and husband and his impact on my life. Immense. I will tell you that not once in my life was I not glad to see him even if he's handing out his exam! That's how special he was. I feel so lucky to have had him as a teacher and friend for these many years. We all have been cheated, yet I cannot think of Mike without smiling and for me there is no greater epitaph. Sincerely, Rick Kern
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Verlie and Family, My thoughts and prayers are with you. I have many fond memories of Mike. He was a great man and friend. Love to you and yours, Carolyn Malcolm
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Words cannot express my feeling of loss as I know you and your family are experiencing. Mike was such a wonderful friend, a mentor, a philosopher, a historian, a teacher, a comedian, and a man of such charisma. We will always cherish our memories of him and I know he will always look down on his Clerk friends. He spoke at my retirement and everyone enjoyed him and wondered what great important figure was he! Of course, his words of kindness and sentiments will be treasured in my heart forever. He certainly has walked many paths in this life and I know he will enjoy his last journey and amaze the ones around him and have wonderful stories to share. God Bless All of You and may he keep you close and give you comfort. Fondly, Linda S. Timmons, Retired Clerk of Orange County
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
I new Michael through the Facebook "If you lived in Winchester long enough, you would remember..." group. He was an awesome historian for Winchester. I teased him about looking like Wally Cox. He had a great presence on our Facebook site. I believe he and my late dad were first cousins. My condolences to the family. He will be missed by all.
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Marsha & I feel very fortunate to have had Mike touch our lives. For anyone that knew Mike loved Mike for his quick wit and love of people. Our condolences to Mike's family and everyone that knew and loved Mike. Marsha & Frank DeHaven
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Good Morning Stu, While I didn't personally know your father, I am certain that if knowing you is any indication of him as a person, he was indeed a wonderful man.. We are deeply sorry for your loss and will continue to Pray for each of you during this time of sorrow. Chris and Erica Hoglen
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Mike and Curtis Fruit were excellent friends. We are so very sorry to hear about the loss of this beautiful man. Though I did not know him well, I knew that he was a great friend of my father-in-law. We have gained another guardian angel. May he rest in peace. He and Curt have been reunited to continue their awesome friendship. Our deepest condolences to you and your family. Blessings, Catherine, John, Mia, and Gabrielle Fruit
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Dear Mrs. Foreman, My wife, Barbara joins me in expressing to you and your family our deepest sympathy on Mike's passing. He was a remarkably intelligent and informed man on history and government which we enjoyed discussing in person and on-line. More importantly, he possessed a warm and engaging personality making him always a joy to me.You are all in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Sincerely yours, Wm. Shore Robertson
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Michael was one of my very favorite people. I loved him as a teacher, a friend and a human being. He was quick witted and smart, but knew how to talk to you on your level. Ever the educator, to speak with him was to learn something. He will be sorely missed. Winchester has suffered a great loss. To the Foreman Family from the Zuckerman family, we wish you peace in your hearts and love from ours. Kristin Zuckerman Biauce Class of "69
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Mike was a fellow student at Handley, but 2 years ahead of me. I knew him as a Monitor , but a really nice one if you behaved and onStudent Government. I had not seen him for years as I left Winchester, but he spoke at our 50th Handley reunion last year and even Tom who had never been to Handley got the biggest laughs from his memories of our teachers and life at Handley 50 years ago. He was a very special man for so many. My thoughts and prayers go to all his family especially during this time of acute loss. Joyce Bly Fletcher Naples, Florida
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
I feel so blessed to have known Mike and to have been a classmate at Handley. I pray God's peace and comfort will surround Veerle and the family. Mike will be greatly missed by so many friends and acquaintences. Darlene (Youngblood) Clem
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
We tend to glorify those who have died and make the memories of them more rosy, this is not necessary in Mike's case. I think we also each try to do what is right as we live our lives. We are for the most part ordinary people just doing the best we can to live, enjoy life and spread some kindness along the way. As I have been thinking of my father-in-law and friend over these past weeks, I have had one persistent thought, especially now as I try to classify him. I can only describe him as extraordinary. As a measure, I see myself thinking of others and being charitable with my time or money many times a year. Mike did this on a daily basis from adolescence to death. He was truly, genuinely interested in others, learning about them and finding out how he might help them through something as simple as giving directions to something as deep as sharing his love, friendship or compassion. He was never to busy for someone in need. I have encountered very few people with his moral fiber and character. He was not a saint :^) and he never felt a sense of "duty" to help others. He did it because he truly enjoyed meeting people and helping them. In our conversations it was easy to tell he felt he was the one who gained enrichment from any encounter, not the other way around. For the past 20 years I have had the great pleasure to be a member of the Foreman family. I, and I hope others who knew him, will continue to learn from his example and try to be the best men and women we can be. He would be honored. My love to Veerle, David, Stewart, Jenn, Kendall, Jack, Maggie, Dylan and Zoe. We will preserve these memories. They are a gift he has given to us all and made us better people. Elizabeth Boger Foreman
Wm. Shore Robertson left a message on November 1, 2012:
Dear Mrs. Foreman, My wife, Barbara joins me in expressing to you and your family our deepest sympathy on Mike's passing. He was a remarkably intelligent and informed man on history and government which we enjoyed discussing in person and on-line. More importantly, he possessed a warm and engaging personality making him always a joy to me.You are all in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Sincerely yours, Wm. Shore Robertson
Linda T. Funk left a message on November 1, 2012:
I joined local government 34 years ago and Mike was one of the first persons I met. He has been a great friend and he will be sorely missed. I often compared other department heads to Mike which was unfair because none of them could compare to MIke. A favorite excpression of mine was "Be like Mike and grow a pair" and was often said at City Hall.There will never be another Mike Foreman. Rest in Peace Mike and Pace Yourself. Linda Funk
Susan Hopkins left a message on November 1, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Susan Hopkins lit a candle.
Kristin Gail Biauce left a message on November 1, 2012:
Michael was one of my very favorite people. I loved him as a teacher, a friend and a human being. He was quick witted and smart, but knew how to talk to you on your level. Ever the educator, to speak with him was to learn something. He will be sorely missed. Winchester has suffered a great loss. To the Foreman Family from the Zuckerman family, we wish you peace in your hearts and love from ours. Kristin Zuckerman Biauce Class of "69
Beverly Jo Welsh Bailey left a message on November 1, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Beverly Jo Welsh Bailey lit a candle.
Kimberly M. Ricketts left a message on November 1, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Kimberly M. Ricketts lit a candle.
Shelby Marshall, Retired Clerk Albemarle left a message on November 1, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Shelby Marshall, Retired Clerk Albemarle lit a candle.
Traci Johnson, Clerk Northampton left a message on November 1, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Traci Johnson, Clerk Northampton lit a candle.
Catherine Fruit left a message on November 1, 2012:
Mike and Curtis Fruit were excellent friends. We are so very sorry to hear about the loss of this beautiful man. Though I did not know him well, I knew that he was a great friend of my father-in-law. We have gained another guardian angel. May he rest in peace. He and Curt have been reunited to continue their awesome friendship. Our deepest condolences to you and your family. Blessings, Catherine, John, Mia, and Gabrielle Fruit
Erica Hoglen left a message on November 1, 2012:
Good Morning Stu, While I didn't personally know your father, I am certain that if knowing you is any indication of him as a person, he was indeed a wonderful man.. We are deeply sorry for your loss and will continue to Pray for each of you during this time of sorrow. Chris and Erica Hoglen
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
A heartfelt "thank you" for all your wonderful contributions to our Winchester Facebook page...you will be missed by so many. Rest in peace, Mr. Foreman.
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
I just learned of Mike's death. I have the fondest memories from my experiences in his homeroom and as my teacher in his first year at Handley. He made learning an exciting adventure but even more provided us a genuine role model. I have been touched by all the tributes played to him but none more so than that of John Capehart. He wrote that Mike lived the admonition of the scripture while showing us how to be a friend. I believe this blend of his spiritual nature and human compassion clearly reveals how blessed his life was and ours for having been touched by him. May his family be comforted by the treasured memories we each have of our friend. Jerry Turner
Linda Stoner Timmons left a message on October 31, 2012:
Words cannot express my feeling of loss as I know you and your family are experiencing. Mike was such a wonderful friend, a mentor, a philosopher, a historian, a teacher, a comedian, and a man of such charisma. We will always cherish our memories of him and I know he will always look down on his Clerk friends. He spoke at my retirement and everyone enjoyed him and wondered what great important figure was he! Of course, his words of kindness and sentiments will be treasured in my heart forever. He certainly has walked many paths in this life and I know he will enjoy his last journey and amaze the ones around him and have wonderful stories to share. God Bless All of You and may he keep you close and give you comfort. Fondly, Linda S. Timmons, Retired Clerk of Orange County
Sue Jones Murphy left a message on October 31, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Sue Jones Murphy lit a candle.
Robert Elliott Button left a message on October 31, 2012:
Veerle and family: Just got word about Mike. Please know that you are in our prayers. Our class reunions will never be the same. May God strengthen you and bless you in your loss. Bob and Elaine Button
Gary Foreman left a message on October 31, 2012:
I new Michael through the Facebook "If you lived in Winchester long enough, you would remember..." group. He was an awesome historian for Winchester. I teased him about looking like Wally Cox. He had a great presence on our Facebook site. I believe he and my late dad were first cousins. My condolences to the family. He will be missed by all.
Deborah D. Griese left a message on November 1, 2012:
In honor of Michael Marcellus Foreman, Deborah D. Griese lit a candle.
Frank DeHaven left a message on November 1, 2012:
Marsha & I feel very fortunate to have had Mike touch our lives. For anyone that knew Mike loved Mike for his quick wit and love of people. Our condolences to Mike's family and everyone that knew and loved Mike. Marsha & Frank DeHaven
Traci Johnson, Clerk Northampton left a message on November 1, 2012:
God save the Commonwealth and this Honorable Man! Thank you, 4man, for not just touching all our lives but for jumping in and sharing all our lives! You marked this world with greatness. Much love to all of the family ~ Traci and Brian Johnson (Northampton Co)
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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