Forrest B. Collins

forrest collins

July 26, 1944 ~ May 4, 2005

Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Forrest B. Collins, 60, Pueblo, Colorado, better known as Indian, became free to pursue his next adventure on May 4, 2005. Born, July 26, 1944. Survived by wife, Sharon; father, Wesley (Marlene) Collins; sister, Jodie Taylor; daughters, Davilene (Don Koen) Ramey, Paula (Kyle) Faulkner, Laura (Paul) Toth, Katie (George) DeRossett; grandchildren, Crystal and Nicole Ramey, Koty and Kirby Toth, George, Randy and Kaitlyn DeRossett, Jed and Audra Faulkner; great grandchild, Nikita Hockey; mother-in-law, Alice Stevens; nephew, Shawn (Silena) Foley; and numerous extended family and friends. Preceded in death by his mother, Flossie Collins; granddaughter, Natasha; son-in-law, Lee Ramey, as well as numerous friends. To honor his wishes, there will be no viewing or funeral service. Family will receive friends at a celebration of his life from 4-6 p.m. Saturday, May 7, 2005, at the Cultural Heritage Building at the Colorado State Fairgrounds. Online condolences,

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  1. Sharon, I hope you received my card. It was really nice to see a picture of your husband, I never got the chance to meet him. He was a handsome fellow in his dashing white cowboy hat. I hope you are getting along okay, your girls, and all the grandbabies. I think of you often and are in my prayers. Crystal

  2. Sharon,
    I have only had a few best friends in my life and I am proud to say
    Indian is one of them. He was a true friend and I loved him too. I will miss him but I am happy that I
    knew him as long as I did.

  3. Sharon, I am so sorry about your loss and just wish I could have been there. I enjoyed our visit in Denver during Kaitlyn’s surgery. I know these next few months will be hard. I still remember all I went through 11 years to the day. We guard ourselves for all the big things, but it is the little things that are hard sometimes. Give my love to our grandkids and the others also. I will keep you in my prayers. Nancy

  4. I will miss my friend Indian.

    My condolences to you Sharon and the family.

    God Bless you,
    Frank Lovato

  5. Our deepest sympathy to all of the family. We especially want to send our love and prayers to Jodie Taylor and to Shawn Foley, as we have known them for many years but haven’t kept in touch. May good memories linger on as God watches over you.

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