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Mr. Eddie Lee Foreman

Obituary for Mr. Eddie Lee Foreman

April 30, 1938 - August 8, 2020
Crestview, Florida | Age 82

Loving Father, Grandfather, Brother and Uncle


Mr. Eddie L. Foreman age 82 of Crestview, Florida passed away Saturday August 08, 2020 at the North Okaloosa Medical Center. Eddie Lee Foreman, passed away peacefully Saturday afternoon in North Okaloosa Medical Center. Brother Eddie Lee, was born April 30, 1938 in Laurel Hill, Florida to the late H.B. Foreman and Annie Laura (Moore) Foreman. A young Eddie Lee quit school at the tender age of 12 to help his mom provide for his five sisters, he worked with his uncles the late Bufford Brothers, who were in the pulp wood business, and in the turpentine fields. He was a hard working young man, as he entered adulthood he continued his wood working, becoming a heavy machine operator with a logging company, in Panama City, where he met and married his first wife Emma, Brother Eddie Lee, accepted Christ at a later age in life where he attended Campton First Baptist Church with his family members, he was a devoted member. He loved spending his past time with his family, watching Westerns, and wrestling. His second joy was eating hard candy and drinking his coffee. Before his sisters passed he would call each one of them every night to check on them before settling in for the night. Brother Eddie Lee, is preceded in death by his parents, his late wives Emma Mae (Nelson) Foreman and Willie B (Peace) Foreman, sisters: Eula Jean Blackshear, Hannah Blackshear, Jewel Robbins, Willie Mae Coleman, and Delores Horn. He is survived by his children: son Adam Foreman of Panama City, Florida he has three sons and one granddaughter, son Clint Peace (Diana) of Gainesville, Florida, he has three children and eight grandchildren of Panama City, Florida, Janice Hall (Raymond) has three sons and eleven grandchildren all of Panama City, Florida, Willie Frank (Carolyn) he has two sons and one daughter and one grandson all of Louisiana, Cathy Pittman has one daughter and one granddaughter all of Louisiana, one aunt Daisy Moore of Cleveland, Ohio two brother-in-law's Bobby Fields of Crestview, Florida, and Vizell Robbins, Jr, of Laurel Hill, Florida and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

McKinnie Funeral Home will be open for the Public to view Mr. Foreman Friday 12:00 until 4:30.

Visitors to Funeral Home are asked to wear mask upon entry.

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