Thomas E. FORREST Sr.

Mpls, Minnesota

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Tom had such a special way of making everyone feel special and cared for. My 1st experience of his culinary skills were serving with him on our "call" committee & he brought his famous Pheasant soup to share with all of us. His love & commitment to his family, church family & friends serve as a wonderful example to all of us. He will be deeply missed. May you all know God's peace & strength as you face the days ahead. So many people love you.

I among those that worked with Tom. He was not my boss - but he was a very nice man. We had many conversations - he was a good listener. My thoughts and prayers are with your family - he will be missed by many.

Tom was my instructor at Comten, when I was just getting into the industry. His I insight and patience, led me to my success. He will be in my memories. Sorry for your loss.

Toms smile was priceless and I was blessed to care for him and meet your family. My prayers are with all of you and Im so glad hes fishing!!!!!!!! Take care and God bless.

The Book of Revelation talks about a Crystal Lake in Heaven. Since there is a lake, God must have put walleyes and other great fish in it. I can easily envision TF in a boat (or walking on water) and fishing using leadheaded jigs.

TF was one of my most favorite people ever. I had the great privilege to fish with him in Northern Light Lake - in downpours - in freezing rain/snow - and in warm sun. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. I look forward to fishing with him...

Our thoughts and prayers are with you Sandy in the days ahead. Tom was a very special man, always helping others and enjoying the great outdoors.

Worked at Comten with Tom. I found Tom to be honorable and even tempered at a time when there was alot of company stress. Just a nice guy to work with.

Dear Sandy & Family,
On behalf of the Board of Director's team, the staff, and friends of Family Promise of Anoka County, we send you our deepest sympathy at the loss of Tom. Grace & peace to you today and in the days ahead.

We are so sadden by Tom's illness and passing. I will always see Tom working in the back yard with Sadie by his side. He has been the best neighbor ever. And we will miss him everyday.


Thomas's Obituaries

Age 64 Of Blaine Went fishing with Jesus on November 24, 2012. Welcomed into Heaven by parents: William Forrest Sr. and Marguerite DeMaria and brother: Kenny Williams. Survived by loving wife: Sandy, son: Thomas Forrest Jr., daughter: Ashley Sorenson, grandchildren: Marissa Forrest and Jaelyn...

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