OBITUARY

Mary A. Foreman

3 July, 195531 July, 2016
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Mary Alice Foreman was born July 3, 1955 to Paul Dean (Corky) and Mary Jane Hiskett Foreman in Monahans, TX. She passed away July 31, 2016 at Belleview Health and Rehabilitation Center, Oklahoma City, OK. She is survived by her mother, Mary Jane Foreman of Bethany, OK; brother & wife, Lee & Shellie Foreman of Edmond, OK; nephew, Dr. Paul Foreman of Birmingham, AL; niece and nephew, Morgan and Michael Simpson of Tulsa, OK; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins & friends. She is preceded in death by her father, Paul Dean Foreman; maternal grandparents, A.L. (Pike) and Mary Alice Hiskett; & paternal grandparents, Paul & Inez Foreman. Mary graduated from Droughon School of Business, Stenographic Course, Oklahoma City, OK January 10, 1975, graduated Cum Laude from Nazarene College, Bethany, OK January 18, 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts degree and graduated with honors from OCU University, OKC, OK on August 16, 1995 with a Master of Business Administration degree. Mary is a member of Christ the King Catholic Church. Visitation will be Thursday, August 4, at Bill Merritt Funeral Service from 9am-8pm with family present from 6pm-8pm. Funeral services will be Friday, August 5, at 10:30am at Bill Merritt Funeral Service. For more information, please visit www.billmerrittfuneralservice.com.

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  • Visitation

    Thursday, 4 August , 2016

  • Formal Visitation

    Thursday, 4 August , 2016

  • Funeral Service

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Lori Miller

11 August 2016

So sorry to hear about the passing of Mary. Many great memories. Love, Steve, Lori and family

Jeanette Keepes

8 August 2016

I was not able to attend Mary's memorial, my thoughts and prayers are for the family, she was a sweet person, we were friends in junior high and high school, lost contact after she moved to Oklahoma, Susan Whitaker -Brown good about keeping all her friends here up to date o how Mary was doing. So sorry for your loss.

The Belony Family

7 August 2016

We are so sorry. Please take comfort in this promise. "..........and death will be no more." (Revelation 21:4) You are in our prayers. You can read the Bible at jw.org

Mary Lou and Elden Cassel

5 August 2016

We love you, Mary Jane! We will miss Mary Alice!

y Lou and Elden Cassel

5 August 2016

We love you Mary Jane! We will miss Mary Alice!

Ann and Jerry Cassel

4 August 2016

So blessed to have been part of your life, your Beautiful smile always lit up the room

4 August 2016

Jane and family, we are so very sorry for your loss. Mary was like family to us and we have so many fond memories of her. She was truly an exceptional, kind-hearted, and gracious woman, who will be missed so much. May you find some sort of comfort in knowing that she is with the Lord and dancing with the Angels.
Our hearts and prayers go out to you
Lyndel and Cindy East (Nashville, TN)

JANE FOREMAN

4 August 2016

TO MY BEAUTIFUL DAUGHTER,
Thank you so much for all the good times we had together. I am so proud of all your accomplishments in life. You made many people's lives a little better. You worked so hard on your education and you never gave up trying to beat your illness. We walked side by side through the good times and the bad times. Have you met Beethoven at Rainbow Bridge? If not, I know he is waiting for you. A Mother's Love is never ending. My Love is forever with you and close to my heart. As I have said, "We are all on a train going somewhere, it's that some of us get off earlier than others". It will soon be my turn to get off the train. I expect to see you at the train station. God has wrapped you in his Loving Arms and I know your Dad and other people that love you met you at the Gates of Heaven. Until we meet again, I LOVE YOU, MOM

Jane Foreman

3 August 2016

To My Beautiful Daughter,
Thank you so much for all the wonderful times we had together. It seems so short when you look back. You are my daughter, best friend. and confidant. You will be missed terribly, but I will hold you dear to my heart forever. I know you are now out of pain and with your dad and other loved ones. Have you met Beethoven at Rainbow Bridge? If not, he is waiting. Remember, we are all on a train going somewhere, some of us simply get off earlier then others. It will be my turn one of these days to get off the train and I want you to meet me at the train station. Until then, keep a song in your heart and remember a Mother's love is endless. Until we meet again. I love you dearly. Mom

3 August 2016

I am so sorry for your loss. I know how difficult the loss of a loved one can be. I pray that you take comfort in your friends and family and that God gives you the strength needed to get through this difficult time. God invites us to draw close him in James chapter 4 verse 8.

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