Mike Forrest Obituary, Mike Forrest Has Died – Death Cause
- Isabella Mia
Mike Forrest Obituary, Death – On Sunday, February 19, 2023, Micheal Forrest, Jr. passed away and went to his heavenly home. He was surrounded by his loving family at the time of his passing. Mike’s cherished sisters and brother, Kim Campbell, Jamee Kramer, and Jeffery Forrest, all passed away before him. Mike’s parents, John and Jeanne Forrest, were the ones that passed away first. Mike is survived by the woman who was the love of his life and his wife of 53 years, Cheryl Diane Forrest; sons Shane Forrest and wife Angela of Irving, Texas; son Trent Forrest and wife Angela of Millsap, Texas; son Erik Forrest and wife Deanne of Dickinson, Texas; and daughter Melanie Forrest and husband Scott Walsh of North Richland Hills, Texas; and grandchildren Shane, Trent, Erik, and Melanie Forrest.
He is also survived by his great grandchildren Harper, Carter, and Conner Forrest, as well as his grandchildren Madison Kile, Abigail, Isabell, and Natalie Forrest, Paxton, Savannah, and Phoenix Walsh, Cecilia, Jeffery, and Arial Forrest, and Shelby Rasmussen. Additionally, he is survived by his grandchildren. Your grandchildren were, without a doubt, the brightest spot in his life, and he cherished each and every one of you deeply. Mike’s devoted uncle Lynn Taylor, who resides in Idaho, is also doing well.
Mike Forrest was born on January 1st, 1950 in Ogden, Utah to parents John Michael Forrest, Sr. and Jeanne Taylor Forrest. He went to Clearfield High School during his high school years. On October 3, 1969, Mike wed the woman who would become the love of his life, Cheryl Diane Dean, who was originally from Ogden, Utah. Very soon after their wedding, Mike and Cheryl moved to Irving, Texas, where they have spent the past 53 years raising a wonderful and loving family while also traveling all over the state to visit their grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Mike had an exceptional work ethic and was a successful sales representative for L3 Communications in the defense business until he retired in 2012. He worked there till 2012.