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CHESAPEAKE-- Alarge crowd is expected at Monday morning's funeral services for Jazmine Foreman, an 18-year-old killed when a man driving the wrong way ran into her car.

She and the other driver, Dennis Shea, 64, were killed in the June 21 crash on Moses Grandy Trail.

Foreman, who had graduated from Grassfield High School the week before, played on the school softball team and was planning to attend Norfolk State University this fall.

Her friends remember her as always having a smile.

It's been a difficult time for her family.

'Ihave no ill feelings, no regrets, I forgive. At the beginning, Iwas angry, but Ican't be angry. Everything happens for a reason, but now Ijust bless their famiy,'said her father Charles Foreman.

Shea's daughter, upset at losing her father and that the crash took an innocent life, said he had changed in the days leading up to the crash. She told 13News he was upset because his mother was dying of cancer.

Foreman's funeral is at 11:00 a.m. at Trinity Faith Diamond Church.

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