“To Juan and the entire Dent family. My sincerest condolences on Forrest's passing. From Stony POint through Albemarle High, I will always remember him fondly with the warm smile he always had. You and your family are in my prayers.
“I have not seen Forrest since high school, but I vividly remember him. I always respected and admired him. Forrest was a kind, insightful and intelligent person with a winning personality. He always stood out as someone very deserving of the best.
“I just fond out about Forrest death. I am so sorry. We were friends, class mates and also shared many laughs and talks. He lived on the floor I lived on at the Creasant Halls apt. He will be greatly missed. My heart felt prayers go out to all the family.
Janet B. Goode
“Learning of this loss has made me so sad. I knew Forrest in high school. The picture I carry in my mind is not just a smiling face but eyes full of mischief. It seems there was always something to laugh about and we could silently carry the silliness into class without saying a word. You just couldn't look at each other in class for fear of busting out laughing. I hope his family is comforted by many, many memories of laughter with Forrest.
“Dee Dee and Family, our deepest sympathy on the loss of your brother. Your family is in our prayers.
“Gale and April, I am so sorry to hear about Forrest. Actually, I just heard about his passing today. I was very fond of Forrest and enjoyed working with him at the Commissioner of Revenue's Office. You are in my prayers. God Bless, Sodora W. Jones
“Marcellus and Denise, our hearts were sadden to read of Forest's passing. May the Almighty give you the strength you need during this time of bereavement.
“From a friend may you R.I.P
“Marcellus and family, I was saddened to read of Forrest's passing. I extend my sympathy to you and your family. Mike Hall, Stony Point