Rosalind "Regina" Foreman born to the late Howard Foreman Sr and Rosalie Foreman (alive) in Birmingham, Alabama on July 1,1961. She and her family moved to Boston in 1963. Rosalind attended St Coletta Day School in Braintree Ma where she received her high school dipoloma. Rosalind was a quiet person and a bit shy. She loved people, but when it came to meeting new people she would wait for them to approach her. Many people called her Regina (Gina for short). Regina joined Macedonia Misssionary Baptist Church when she was an adolescent. She grew a strong faith in God and loved Gospel music.
Her love for her family always showed. In one area it showed the most was in her impeccable memory. She could tell you everyone in her families birthday,phone number,wedding date and any special occasion. They would all go to her for reminders of certain dates. Rosalind loved shopping and watching tv ; Family Feud with Steve Harvey was one of her favorites. She also loved spending time with her children and grandchildren. Even her grand dog Pipah that was her baby girl as she would say. Meanwhile she was afraid of dogs.
Rosalind leaves behind her two children Jackie Foreman, Quincy Foreman, two grandchildren Jamar'ee Jones, Zariyah Bourgoin, two God children Sade Barnes, Shantae Barnes, Four siblings Pamela Foreman-Searcy, Janice Collins, Catina Foreman, Howard Foreman Jr, brother in laws Eugene Searcy, Willie Collins, sister in law Sheila Foster, Aunts Gladys Lane, Diane Hinson,Uncles Ricky Summerville, Jerome and wife Elaine Summerville, a host of cousins, neices, nephews and extended family & friends.
We can not know what lies ahead from day to passing day. What changes is Gods planning in his wise and loving way. We can not know the reason he allows joy and tears. When we lose the precious ones we've cherished through the years. We can not know but we can trust and faith can help us find our way to those tomorrows that will bring us peace of mind.