Jean Foreman, 84 years, of Hominy, Oklahoma passed away on Monday, November 3, 2020 at her residence in Hominy, Oklahoma.
Jean was born on April 28, 1936 in Franklin, Arkansas to Victor Paul and Audie Lee (Simpson) Batterton. As a young girl she lived in Franklin, Arkansas and attended Violet Hill School. When she was a teenager the family moved to Caney, Kansas where she later met her husband Richard “Doodle” Foreman.
On November 10, 1953, Jean married her life-long love and made their home in Hulah, Oklahoma until moving to the Pawhuska Mullendore Ranch. There she was a cook for the cowboys. Out of their blessed union four children were born Paul Lee, Jan, Glenda, and Ruben.
Jean spent many years working as a cook, as well as working at Pawhuska Garment Factory. After losing her husband in 1979, she moved to Barnsdall and returned to school to receive her G.E.D and then her LPN. Her passion for nursing led her to Barnsdall Nursing Home then to Jane Phillips Hospital where she retired many years later.
Jean had a love for fishing, rodeos, casinos, and spending time with family and friends.
She was preceded in death by: her parents, Victor Paul and Audie Lee, her husband, Richard “Doodle” Foreman, and her first born grandchild Patricia Foreman, and brother Dale Batterton.
Jean is loved and missed by: her 4 children Paul Lee Foreman of Barnsdall, Janice McCauley of Hominy, Glenda McClary of Hominy, and Ruben Foreman and Danielle (Brashears) of Grove, 5 grandchildren, Misti Dawn Franks of Hominy, Richard and wife Kim of Hominy, Cory and wife Tosha of Claremore, Ashley and husband Derrick Caudill of Grove, and Colt Townley of Hominy; eight great grandchildren, Taylor Franks, Trinity Franks, Erika Lassiter, Hayden Lassiter, Claire McCauley, Nolan McCauley, Scott Caudill, Dayton Caudill, and Jordie Caudill; one great-great granddaughter, Karma Patterson; nieces, Dayla and Carl Tharet and Deb and Rusty Grimm. Jean is loved beyond measure will be dearly missed.
Graveside services will be held at 2:00PM, Thursday, November 4, 2020 at A.J. Powell Memorial Cemetery in Hominy, Oklahoma.
Powell Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements. Online condolences and memories may be left in the guestbook at PowellFuneralService.com.