Majors Ronald & Dorine Foreman
SFOT Faculty 2002-2006, 2011-Current
Majors Ronald R. and Dorine M. Foreman have been Salvation Army officers for 34 years, and form a ministry team that provides instrumental leadership to The Salvation Army School for Officer Training. Prior to being appointed to the school, they served as Divisional Leaders in the Southwest Ohio Northeast Kentucky Division July of 2008, after having served at National Headquarters as National Social Services Secretaries.
The Foreman’s were commissioned as Salvation Army officers in 1978 as part of the Disciples of Jesus session. They have served in corps and field appointments in the Massachusetts and Greater New York Divisions. In addition they have served on the staff of The Salvation Army School for Officer Training in Suffern, N.Y. as Assistant Training Principal and Personnel Director, as General and Personnel Secretaries in the Massachusetts Division and as Territorial Social Services Secretaries for the Eastern territory.
Major Ronald R. Foreman is a third-generation Salvationist, attracted to the Army through the Y.P. Band program in his home town of Philadelphia, PA. The Major received a BA degree in Sociology from the University of New Hampshire and furthered his studies at Adelphi University earning a Master’s degree in Social Work. He subsequently earned an Executive Juris Doctorate Degree from Concord Law School in California. He was also selected as a delegate to attend The Salvation Army's International College for Officers in 1997.
Major Dorine M. Foreman was born in Pottsville, PA and is second-generation Salvationist who was attracted to the Salvation Army through the Sunbeam program. Major Dorine M. Foreman attended Adelphi University earning a Bachelor and Master’s Degree in Social Work.
The Foremans have three grown children; Heather, Ron III and Brad. They also have five grandchildren; John, Walker, Carissa, Ron IV, and Scarlett.