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April 18, 2014
I never met you but I do know that you raised a great son, Forrest. Which means you were a pretty great guy too.
January 10, 2014
I never thought when I sent your dad to the ER, I would never see his smile again. In the short time I knew Forrest, he made me appreciate veterans. I loved listening to his stories about his experiences in the war. I will always cherish the short time I had with your dad and family. You're families will always be in my prayers. You dad was a special man right up to his last days.
January 06, 2014
Job well done GOOD & FAITHFUL Servant! WELCOME HOME Dear Child of GOD!
January 06, 2014
What happy times were spent with Fory and Louise and Heidi at the pool parties for some GM folks. My girls still remember. Harry thought so well of Fory that I admire him to.
January 05, 2014
I had the pleasure of assisting Forrest with his banking @ Chase Bank on Alpine/Lamoreaux several years ago. I wondered from time to time how he might be doing and I was saddened to hear of his passing. He was truly one of my favorite customers there, and I enjoyed hearing his stories about WWII and he even brought in the Nazi flag to show off to the staff (which was amazing to see I might add). He took a co-worker and I out to Cracker Barrel for lunch one day...great conversation. I'm so sorry to hear of his passing...a great guy all around. Prayers for the family during this time, and I'm sure you all have many memories to get you through this tough time.
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