Born in Chicago, Illinios on October 21st, 1949

Departed on May 12th, 2020 and resided in Aurora, Colorado

    Forrest DeYoung, b. October 21, 1949 in Chicago, Illinois.Died May 12, 2020 in his sleep, in Aurora, Colorado.

    His mother Leonore Linder/Stubblefield, died December 21, 2009.

    His father Frederick Huchting, died January 9, 2016

    He was adopted by John DeYoung, d. 1986.

    Forrest is survived by his stepfather, William Stubblefield, his sisters: Talia, Anemarie, and Erica.Niece: Anna.Nephews: Luke, Trevyn, and Sachin.

    He leaves a most beloved companion, Elizabeth White.

    He will be buried at Dungeness Cemetery in Sequim, Washington.

    Guestbook Entries

    Anemarie DeYoung

    Loving uncle, you will be missed!

    May 18th, 2020 at 1:29pm
    Talia Anne Orem

    May you forever climb the High Sierras and see the Light of Heaven.  May you see God’s Glory face to face.   May you Rest  Eternally in His Peace.  You have been the most treasured brother, the best of the best.

    May 19th, 2020 at 2:12pm
    Dan Nigro

    We hiked together many times. A good friend and host, he welcomed me to his home. I made many trips to Colorado and visited him often. I hope to make many more and hike in his memory.

    May 19th, 2020 at 3:49pm
    Erica stubblefield

    Forrest left us much too early. He has been an exceptional person in my life. His enjoyment of people,the outdoors, music,; he challenged his abilities playing piano, singing, all-around handyman, computer specialist, photography, gardening, cooking, loved movies, concerts, camping;he is unique in his genuineness when communicating with  all people; always “down to earth”, and forever learning new things. 

    May 20th, 2020 at 7:55pm
    Werner Stadel

    Forrest was a good friend for over 40 years since we worked together at HUD. He had many eclectic interests that we shared. May God bless him and keep him and hope to meet again in the end.

    May 21st, 2020 at 8:28am
    Chu Son

    Forrest is a good man. He gave everything to help others.

    Thank you!

    May 21st, 2020 at 1:09pm
    Gayle Kisselstein

    Forrest was a dear friend to my brother Dan. I remember them taking many camping and hiking trips together. He was a kind and generous man. When my husband Bob had cancer, Forrest was very helpful with advice. He will be greatly missed!

    May 22nd, 2020 at 9:15pm
    Karen Alexander

    Forrest is my cousin. I’ve known of him my whole life.  But I don’t really know him personally.  I’ve met him a number of times, mostly at family gatherings. I know his sisters and his mother much better. And yet, I care about him. And we are at the time of life of loss. So, his passing is personal. And I wish the best for him. And someday, we will meet again, and know each other a little better…… love to all❣️Karen alexander

    May 23rd, 2020 at 11:23pm

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