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HAROLD CARL FORST

Harold Carl Forst, 92, of Port Royal, South Carolina and widower of Rosalie Oleita Davis Forst, died Saturday morning, August 29, 2020, at Sprenger Healthcare of Port Royal.

Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Copeland Funeral Service – One Copeland Drive.

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  1. Robert and Kathy Bundy says:

    Shirley and Gary, Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. May God wrap his loving arms around you and give you peace.

  2. Michael & Bettye Danish says:

    We were saddened to hear of Hal’s passing. He was a good friend when we knew him up here in Maryland. By the way, Bettye’s hometown is Beaufort, SC and her grandfather was one of the early members of the synagogue in Beaufort.

  3. Margery Kerstine says:

    Shirley and Gary

    My sincere sadness upon finding Hal just died in late August. We lost touch with him at least 25 years ago. I am a cousin from Mississippi that kept in touch with him because he was so successful in finding and writing down our family tree and history of the Kerstine’s. I would like to find you and continue this relationship. I am living in Claremont, California and my email is mhkerstine.1@gmail.com if you will reply to this. Again, my condolences to you and your family.

  4. Bob Jacobson says:

    Shirley and Gary,

    I was sorry to learn today of Harold’s passing. He was a wonderful person, full of positive energy, and a good, supportive member of Baltimore Jewish Cultural Chavurah for several years. We will miss him.

  5. Elise Saltzberg says:

    We were so sorry to hear about Harold passing. He was a really nice guy. As an active member of the Baltimore Jewish Cultural Chavurah, Harold could always be counted on to provide transportation to other members who couldn’t drive to the meetings.

  6. David Korn says:

    I am also a member of the Baltimore Jewish Cultural Chavarah (Bjcc) and I was saddened to hear about Harold’s death. Harold was a real “mensch” (good person) and he will be mised by all especially by member of the Bjcc

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