Murrill Foreman obit
OBITUARIES R. Murrill Foreman R. Murrill Foreman died suddenly suddenly of a heart attack at his home in Dupont, Washington, on Saturday evening:, March 6, 1954, according- to word received by his sister, Mrs. Samuel S. AHoway of New Grenada, F"ulton County. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson Foreman of Wells Valley, both now deceased, and was bom February 8, 1889, in Altoona. Altoona. He was reared in Wells Valley. Mr. Foreman was 'a graduate of Wells Valley High School and Shippensburg State Teachers College. College. He taught school Jpr a number number of terms in Wells Valley, later later going to Philadelphia, where he was united in marriage to the former Sara Allen of Gibbstown, N. J., on April 19, 1913. Soon after after marriage, the couple moved to the state of Washington, where he was employed as chief electrician electrician of the Dupont plant in Dupont, Washington. He was a member of the Methodist Methodist Church at Dupont, and sei-ved as superintendent of the Sunday School and as president of the Men's Bible Class. He was a highly respected citizen and was held L,n high este&m by a wide circle circle of friends. Besides his wife he is survived by three children: Mrs. David Huston of Tacoma,. Washington; Byron Foreman of Dupont, Washington, Washington, and Birton Foreman, at home, but who is now teaching languages in Japan. Five grandchildren, grandchildren, a number of nieces and nephews and these four sisters survive: Mrs. Samuel S. Alloway of New Grenada; Mrs. Ernest K. Cunningham and Mrs. Raymond Roher, both of Salem, Ohio, and Mrs. Fred M. Peiffer of New Cumberland, Pa. His only brother passed away in lJuly, 1942. Plans for the funeral services were not learned. William T. Mcllvaine ^ H. will funeral March Rev. officiate made home Mr. 'attack on 1954, in failing born 1874, Shafer Shafer. marriage home June being Shafer. He Mr. the Reformed ton of He schools mg employed at Street this and newsstand the Street, he continues Mr.