Rufus “Brad” Forbes, Jr.

September 6, 1941 - November 23, 2023

Memorial Gifts & Donations

Rufus “Brad” Forbes, Jr.; 82, peacefully passed away on November 23, 2023. He was a loving husband, devoted father, and cherished friend who will be deeply missed.

Brad dedicated many years of his life to working in the field of Insurance Sales. He possessed a natural talent for connecting with people and helping them secure their future. His commitment and professionalism earned him the respect and admiration of his colleagues and clients alike.

Outside of work, Brad found true joy in spending time with his beloved family and friends. Whether it was gathering around the dinner table for a hearty meal or embarking on exciting adventures together, he treasured every moment shared with his loved ones. Brad’s warm smile and caring nature would light up any room, leaving a lasting impression on all those fortunate enough to know him.

As a faithful member of Bayside Church of Christ, Brad found solace and guidance in his faith. He believed in the power of prayer and sought comfort in the teachings of his church community.

Brad leaves behind his adoring wife, Jeannette Allen Forbes, who stood by his side through thick and thin, offering unwavering love and support. Their bond was a true testament to the power of love and commitment. Brad also leaves behind a multitude of cherished relatives and dear friends who will forever cherish the memories they shared.

A memorial service to honor Brad’s life will be held on November 30, 2023, at 2 pm at Bayside Church of Christ, located at 5025 Shell Rd, Virginia Beach, VA 23455.

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Joe Carrier
2 months ago

I would always greet Brad in the foyer with a “Handsomer Than Me” greeting. He would sometimes beat me to punch, however, it didn’t matter as we both giggled a little and did the normal handshake, and an occasional hug. He truly will be missed by many, but most of all, I will always remember that Brad treated everyone with the utmost respect, as they knew he genuinely cared about their well being. RIP (Rest in Paradise) my Brother-in-Christ…

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