Maceson (Mace) Knight Forster
Of West Valley City, UT
Passed away Friday May 27 th 2016 from a tragic accident.
Mace was born on May 2 nd 1997 In Salt Lake City, UT to his loving mother, Windi Leigh Forster and father, Henry (Hank) Lloyd Forster. He is survived by both his parents and step mother, Erin Carlyle Forster; his brother, Lance; grandparents, Ron and Rose Perkins, Dan Forster and Sharon Forster as well as his many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends he treated as brothers.
Mace graduated high school ahead of schedule by attending the GED program through the Granite School District and went on to work for Winder Dairy In West Valley, UT.
In life Mace overcame many great obstacles and was a great young man on his way to becoming a man that many would look up to. His parents and grandparents are very proud of what Mace had accomplished in just the last few years, let alone in his brief but courageous life.
Mace enjoyed all manner of outdoor activities including hunting and fishing with his grandpa Ron, and camping with his bros. He also enjoyed music of many types but without a doubt his love of underground music stands out the most. Mace also had a fondness for Japanese culture, from its popular Anime and Manga comics to it foods and language. Mace will also be remembered for his unending love for all his family and friends. He will be greatly missed by everyone who was ever blessed to have been touched by his spirt.
Funeral services will be held at Peel Funeral Home located at 8525 west 2700 south Magna UT, starting at 5pm Friday June 3 rd, 2016 to celebrate Mace and the joys he brought to his family and friends. A short ceremony will begin at 7 pm. All are welcome to attend both. In Maceson’s own words, “flowers are meant to live in the ground and are best left there.” His father has already planted a flower bed in his honor, however, live flowers or plants could be planted in his honor if you feel so inclined.
Maceson will be interred at the Kingston Cemetery in Kingston, UT at 2pm on Saturday June 4 th, 2016. This service will be reserved to a small gathering of Maceson’s closest relatives and friends due to the travel required to attend however, no one would be turned away should they wish to attend.