A ndalusia's oldest and most trusted name in funeral service, Foreman Funeral Home was founded April 1, 1938 by Emmette Foreman to serve the needs of the grieving families in Andalusia and Covington County. For many years Emmette and his wife Johnnie operated Foreman Funeral Home at its location on South Three Notch Street where Town and Country Shop is now located. In 1953 the Foremans' daughter and son- in- law joined the firm. Forest and Sara Hobson ran the firm, along with the Foremans, until Mrs. Foreman's death in 1964 and Mr. Foreman's death in 1971. In 1962 Foreman Funeral Home moved locations from South Three Notch Street to its present location on US 84 East. The Hobsons along with Pat Thompson, James Etheridge and Earl Dorman continued serving the families in our area until 1975. At that time, Norman Hobson, the Hobsons' eldest son, joined the firm. Mr. Etheridge worked for many years until his retirement in 1985. Mr. Thompson worked for over 54 years until his semi retirement in 2004, and he still comes in a few days each month to help out. Mr. Dorman started his career with Foreman Funeral Home in 1964 and has over 43 years of service with the firm. In 1986 Barry Clark joined us as a staff member of Foreman and we welcomed Mike Craig to the business in 1991.In 1983 the Hobsons sold their interest in the business to their son Norman and his wife Sharon,who continue working in the business today along with their son Hunter, a fourth generation family member to work at Foreman Funeral Home. Today, the Hobsons along with their dedicated employees continue to serve the families in our community with the same values and commitment to service that their grandparents started nearly 70 years ago.