Carl F. Foreman Sr., a longtime Catholic Relief Services worker whose career took him from managing a fleet of trucks in Sierra Leone to work as an advocate on Capitol Hill, died Monday at St. Agnes Hospital of a heart attack.
The Hunting Ridge resident was 65.
"People are walking around kind of stunned by his death," said Richard Balmadier, director of planned giving at Catholic Relief Services. "Carl was so full of life and vivacious. He dropped by not long ago, and I asked him how he was enjoying retirement, and he said he loved it. His death has left us gob-smacked."
"I have known Carl for more than 30 years, and he has always been a very...