Forrest N. Moody

April 4, 1938 - March 1, 2012

04/04/1938 - 03/01/2012

Forrest N. Moody, only son of Anna L. Moody of Hendersonville, died March 1, 2012. Major Moody was retired from the USAF and served two tours in Vietnam. He was a graduate of William & Mary College in Willliamsburg, Virginia. He was a grandson of the late Mark D. Flynn. In addition to his mother, he is survived by two uncles, Ralph D. Flynn and Mark Flynn, Jr. of Hendersonville; three aunts, Rachel Fain and Hazel Robertson of Hendersonville and Helena Lienemann of Las Vegas, Nevada. A service for famliy members only will be held privately. Memorial donations may be made to the charity of one’ choice.

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Melissa Farster Sharpley
4 years ago

I’ll always remember Forrest in bop talk (Fop-O-Rop-Rop-E-Sop-Top). My mother never called him anything else. I can’t believe it has been 7 years. I still miss him to this day. Hope by now he has connected up with my husband in a special place for people who lost to cancer.

Robert J Harackiewicz & Cheryl
8 years ago

Forrest will be truly missed by us. He was a Father figure to Robbie and a true friend. Forrest was always making us laugh. He so loved his Mother, Anna, who is also so dear to us. May God Bless with our sincerest sympathy.

Guy & Jo Ann Wycoff
8 years ago

RIP Forrest (Frosty). Our deepest sympathies go out to Aunt Ann. May she remember the wonderful, vibrant and youthful young man she brought into this world to raise and not remember the last few years of sickness. Our prayers are with you!

Gerri Metcalf
8 years ago

Dear Anna,

I am so sorry about Forrest passing. I will always remember what great neighbors you both were. I hope to see you soon.

Marilyn Barnwell
8 years ago

Dear Anna, I am so very sorry to hear about Forrest. I think of you often and would love to hear from you. You are in my thoughts and prayers.



Pam Riddle
8 years ago

So sorry to hear that Forrest passed. I met him when I worked at Hendersonville Hematology and Oncology. He would always put a smile on your face!!Very seldom did he come in that he wasn’t telling jokes and kidding around. I thought alot of Mr Moody. He was always very nice to me. He will be missed!!! May God be with the family at this time. You all will be in my prayers.