Forrest I Gompf
July 17, 1925 – October 25, 2020
Service will open with a, Ceremony embedded in tradition, by the, American Legion Post 170. Services provided to recognize Veterans as one of our most,Valued and Important, Contributors, to our Community and Country. A ceremony steeped in tradition. A ceremony fitting for one of Westcliffe’s, silent, yet tremendous, Benefactors. Starting with a 3-volley rifle salute, taps and, the official, folding and presentation of the United States Flag. Services will then move inside for the, Eulogy to be delivered by Pastor Mike Shields, Sr. and others. Burial will take place at a later date, close to his brother, Chet Gompf at the Ula Cemetery, located in Custer County, Westcliffe, CO. Forrest is survived by brothers, Richard (Mikie) Gompf and Frank (Thelma) Gompf, and his longtime companion Shelley Shelley Please plan to attend and extend your respect to a, Proud American, Honored to Serve the United States, so that, others, to this day, are able to be free. We will come together, praying for God’s, Peace and Protection. During this time of Covid awareness, please wear a mask. Many have come together to provide Forrest with a Service fitting of someone, few on words but, abounding with, the heart of a true, proud American. Your attendance to pay your respects to Forrest I Gompf, a long-term, resident of this incredible Valley, will be greatly appreciated.
Saturday, November 7, 2020
Forrest I Gompf
November 3, 2020
our sweet uncle Forrey you will always be remembered and never forgotten I am sure you are having a great time in Heaven with mom and uncle Dean and Uncle Chet, and for Shelley prayers for your loss as well he will be watching over you from heaven.