I am so sorry for your loss. Please find peace and comfort in knowing that God cares for you and will help you in your time of need. (1 Peter.5:7)
Forrest was one of my husband's best childhood friends. Scott was so sad when Forrest and his family moved from their neighborhood. Years later, we connected with Forrest again through Scouts....AND via his assistance with the 100 mile club at our children's school. He was a great guy and and are just so sorry to hear of his death.
To know Forrest was to love him. I was blessed to have known Forrest since the 4th grade and he was like a brother to me. Few on this planet possessed the incredibly big heart Forrest did and he always had a smile on his face and a positive demeanor whatever the circumstance. With his loss, earth lost one of its premier human beings but the upshot is that heaven just gained one. God Bless you Forrest and know that you touched me and my family lives deeply and we will never forget you.
Forest was such a positive person. I always appreciated how kind and supportive he has been to my wife and daughter out on the running trails, especially at "24 The Hard Way".
Forrest was a man always willing to help...help a runner, bystander, anyone. A fine individual who raised the calibration of others he was around. So sorry to hear this.
No matter how far the run was, if Forrest was there it would be a great day. I am going to miss seeing him, cheering for him, and having him invite me to run along side him.
He was always so supportive of all runners at Hefner and an incredibly fit guy. I am so sorry.
Forrest was a great guy. We had a good crew at station 5 & had so much fun. So sorry to hear of his passing.