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David M. Forrester, Jr.
July 5, 1978 ~ January 17, 2023 (age 44) 44 Years Old
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David M. Forrester, Jr., age 44 of Clairton, passed away at home Tuesday, January 17, 2023. Born July 5, 1978 in Pittsburgh, he was the beloved son of David M. Forrester Sr. who preceded him in death, and Beverly M. (Bahila) Hutchinson of Clairton. David affectionately known as Dave, attended Clairton High School. He was a member of the Teamsters Union # 1058 and drove for Steel City Trucking. Dave was an avid pool player and regularly attended pool leagues and tournament play. He enjoyed camping, travelling, and outdoor activities. Dave collected all things big and small and enjoyed having a good laugh. He was a self-taught mechanic known to be able to fix anything. He especially loved Fourth of July fireworks with his family. Dave is survived by his mother Beverly (Brian) Hutchison of Clairton; his daughters Davae and Destini Forrester, and their mother the late Ashley McLaughlin, and Brooklyn and Josephine Forrester, and their mother Misty Laverick of Clairton; his sister Christina (Bruce) Montgomery of Baltimore; his uncles Eugene (Michaelene) Forrester, James (Dot) Forrester, and Richard (Ginger) Tracey; hisniece and nephews Danielle, Carvonne, Nathan, Carson, Noah, Cash and Julus; and also a multitude of cousins, close family, and friends. Family and friends will be received in the A. J. Bekavac Funeral Home, Clairton, on Friday January 20, 2023 from 12 Noon until a 2 PM Funeral Service with Rev. Mark Grice officiating.