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David Winston Forrester

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David Winston Forrester David Winston Forrester, 57 of Wimberley, Texas, passed away May 23, 2009. He was born to the late Robert and Doris Forrester on August 29, 1951. He was a devoted son, father and husband. He is survived by his soul partner and wife of 23 years, Cary Mercer Blake Forrester; son, Joshua David Forrester (Jennifer); grandchildren, Katherine Anne Shakoor (Omar), Matthew James Forrester, Lillian Avery Forrester, Ellia Hope Forrester; great-grand- daughter, Jasmine Marie Shakoor; numerous extended family members and close friends. David was known for his paint and creative work at Forrester Body Shop, a family owned business in Austin. Over the years he also worked independently as a carpenter, painter, general contractor, and developed several retail and service businesses. He owned and operated a delicatessen and a bakery. He also enjoyed buying and selling motorcycles and classic cars. During the last two years he and his wife purchased adjacent land to their hill country home and began raising Texas Longhorns. He was happy being back on the "ranch" as he had as a boy with his grandfather. While he loved fishing, photography, cars, music, motor home travel, race car driving, and various collecting endeavors that sparked his fascination, his passion was motorcycles. He began riding his first Harley Davidson at age 14. He rode motor cross for Kasson's Yamaha of Austin, and consistently kept motorcycle riding as a part of his personal expression. David formed Zen Bones MC to share his love of riding which supported a community of enthusiasts commented to Brotherhood. David leaves a memorable impression on all who loved and knew him. His unique sense of humor and light heartedness were reflections of his understanding of what was important in life. He had a generous heart and was always willing to help someone in need or offer advice and guidance. He was a man of vast experience and wisdom that only living a life true to oneself can bring. A private memorial service was held for David June 21, 2009. In honor of David and celebrating his life, his family asks that you show love and affection everyday to those you hold close in your heart, and live life fully as you never know when it might end.


Published in Austin American-Statesman on June 21, 2009
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