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Steven W. Foreman
September 3, 2023
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Steven Wesley Foreman, 65, of Damascus, MD passed away suddenly at his home on Sunday, Sept. 3, 2023. Steve was born on May 2, 1958, in Charleston, WV, a son of the late Lillian and Joseph Foreman. He grew up in Damascus, MD.
Steve is survived by his high school sweetheart and wife of 38 years, Debbie Haines Foreman. He is also survived by his son, Kyle Foreman and wife Kellie, daughter Shelby Feldblum and husband Jeff, sister Cathy Gannon, and brothers James Foreman (Shirley) and Johnny Foreman (Renee). Steve was Blessed with two new grandbabies, Owen Brian Feldblum, 2 months and McKenna Rose Foreman, newborn.
Steve is preceded in death by his parents, Lillian and Joseph Foreman, sister Diane Duvall and brother Tommy Foreman. He is also preceded in death by his loving in-laws, Howard and Freda Haines.
Steve was a 1976 graduate of Damascus High School. Following graduation, he became a mason and eventually started his own masonry business, Clarksburg Masonry. He was responsible for many beautiful brick homes, including his own. He enjoyed all facets of his masonry career and had a talented skill set for all he did.
In his younger years, Steve played softball for the Clarksburg Angels. He passed his love of softball onto his daughter, Shelby, and spent many years with her on the softball field.
An avid golfer, Steve passed his love of golf onto his son, Kyle, and they were able to spend many days on the golf course together. At Little Bennett Golf Course, Steve was known as “Big Cat” and shared great times with his numerous golf buddies.
Steve had a passion for muscle cars including his very first car, a 1967 Camaro, which still sits in his garage. He loved to go to car shows throughout the region.
Steve was very witty and was loved for his sense of humor. His stories and jokes always made people laugh.
Steve loved his dogs, Roscoe and Hank.
Above all, Steve loved and cherished his family. His family was his circle, and he was always there for them. He was their Jack of all Trades.
Friends and family are kindly invited to a Celebration of Life to honor and remember Steve, on Saturday, September 23, 2023, at 11:00 am at the Difference Makers Church, 11210 Bethesda Church Road, Damascus, MD.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Mt. View United Methodist Church, 11501 Mountain View Rd., Damascus, MD 20872.
Online condolences may be made to his family on our website at www.molesworthwilliams.com
( Please send any and all flowers to the church and not the funeral home )