Harold "Mark" Foreman

November 15, 1952 - January 31, 2023


Obituary For Harold "Mark" Foreman

It is with broken hearts we announce the passing of Mark Foreman, on Tuesday, January 31, 2023, at the age of 70 years.

Mark was born on November 15, 1952, in Penticton, BC, and grew up in the Kaleden and Penticton area; until he moved to the lower mainland of British Columbia and met his beautiful wife Kathy. They were married on March 23, 1974. They then welcomed their daughters: Colleen, Chrystal and Jen. They moved as a family to Saskatchewan to attend Briercrest Bible School in 1990, where he became a lifelong pastor. Additionally, he spent many years at Windsor Ford where he made lots of connections with people, and continued his ministry through service and witnessing.
Mark had survived many health set backs over the years, with grace and trust in his Lord Jesus Christ. In 2017, he was diagnosed with Parkinson disease and later Lewy Body Dementia as well. It is with these last two that God decided to bring him home. He is up in Heaven having a great big golfing and singing party, both of which were not his strong points on earth, despite his love for them.
Mark is survived by his wife Kathy Foreman; children: Colleen (Irving), Chrystal (Duane), and Jen (Peter); grand-daughters: Dakota, Hayley, Payton, Lita, Isla, Briar, and Cassie; mother Marie; sister Donnie; brother Brad; as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

A Celebration of Mark Foreman’s Life will be held on Saturday, February 18, 2023, at 1:00pm, at the Alliance Church in Grande Prairie (15502 102 St.). Please wear colorful clothing as we celebrate the life he lived, and his entrance into his eternal home.

In lieu of flowers, Memorial Donations may be made to the to Alzheimer Society of Alberta and NWT - Lewy Body Dementia (102, 9823 116 Ave., Grande Prairie, AB, T8V 4B4), or to

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  • 02/18/2023

    So very sorry for your loss. I worked will Mark at Windsor Ford and also see him at the hospital. I now work at the hospital and would see him when I was working in the unit. Would stop and talk to him. Carolyn Campbell

  • 02/10/2023

    Sending our deepest sympathy to you Kathy and your family - Colleen, Chrystal, Jen and their children, and to Brad and Donnie, and families, and to his mother Marie. You had a wonderful husband, dad, grandfather, brother, brother-in-law, and son. He was a good, good man. Love, Bill and Sharon Edwards

  • 02/08/2023

    So very sorry to hear this news.Mark was my second cousin. Although I had not seen Mark for many years I know from his sister Donna that he had heath concerns for awhile. His beloved family and friends will miss him so much but he is without pain now and in Jesus arms. Prayers for the family. Dane and Trudy Ruck

  • 02/04/2023

    I was fortunate enough to deal with Mark when he was a service writer at Windsor Ford. So awesome to deal with. He truly made this earth a better place. RIP my friend.

  • 02/03/2023

    Mark was such a genuine person with a twisted sense of humour, I had the pleasure of knowing and working with him for 20+ years, he officiated the marriage of both of my sons, he was a good person and even better friend! Dave Uhryn

  • 02/03/2023

    I had the honour of spending some time with the family while I attended Caronport Highschool many years ago. A wonderful caring and soft spoken man.