Iconic ‘Mr. Winchester,’ Mike Foreman, 71, dies

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Posted: November 1, 2012

The Winchester Star

Mike Foreman
Mike Foreman (second from right) participates in a wreath-laying ceremony last February in Mount Hebron Cemetery during Charles Broadway Rouss Day. Foreman was president of the board of managers for the cemetery. With him are (from left) Dr. David Powers, staff emergency room physician at Winchester Medical Center, Winchester Mayor Elizabeth Minor, and Gene Babb, Mount Hebron Cemetery board member. (Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star)
Foreman walks to the podium to accept his award after being named the 2007 Outstanding Citizen of the Year by the Top of Virginia Regional Chamber. (Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star)
Foreman and then-Winchester Mayor Charles Zuckerman dressed as a couple about to be married for a charity event in the 1980s. While Zuckerman said he could not recall the event, he noted, “I can say he was one hell of a good-looking groom.” (Photo by Scott Mason/The Winchester Star)
Foreman at work as the clerk of the Circuit Court in his Rouss City Hall office in the late 1970s.

WINCHESTER — Michael M. Foreman, a Winchester community leader from the classroom to the boardroom to the courtroom, died Tuesday night at Winchester Medical Center after a short illness. He was...



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