Barbara Forst

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BARBARA (BOBBIE) WALSH FORST Barbara was born in November 1942. Barbara passed away December 8, 2022, in HMH Ocean University Medical Center with her husband Otto W. Forst Jr of 62 years by her side. Barbara lived in Philadelphia, Little Egg Harbor, NJ, Clearwater Florida, and was currently residing in Whiting, NJ. Barbara was a loving daughter, sister, wife, mother, and grandmother. She loved being with her family. Taking care of everyone before herself. Everyone she met fell in love with her. Barbara left behind her Husband of 62 years Otto W. Forst Jr. Her Children Linda Sanford, Deborah Sanford (Robert), Steven Forst (Sandra), Robert Forst (Betty), Diane Yagiello (Anthony). Her Grandchildren Christopher Wood, Nichole Wood, Shawn Sanford, Kelly Sanford, Christine Sanford, Brian Forst, Brooke Forst, Shawn Dahms, Anthony Cosenza, Michael Cosenza, Andrew Forst, Adam Forst, Graciela Rivera, Jennifer Rivera, Stephanie Rivera, Melissa Rivera, Anthony Yagiello, Michael Yagiello, and Samantha Mury. Her Brother George Walsh and Sister Carol Murphy. She left behind 36 great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. She was loved by many and will be missed by many.
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