Death: Judy Forrest Obituary Rutland VT, Killington Resort’s former ski instructor has died

Judy Forrest Obituary, Death – It is with deep sorrow and shock that we announce the unexpected passing of Judy Forrest, a former ski instructor at Killington Resort and a beloved resident of Rutland, Vermont. Judy’s untimely departure has left the community in mourning, as she was a well-known and respected figure, touching the lives of many through her various roles and contributions. Her passing was officially announced today, Tuesday, the 23rd of January 2024, and as of now, no official information regarding the cause of her death has been released.

“Our community stands in silence today, learning of the passing of Judy Forrest. Grief is one of the most difficult emotions to process. It’s something that no child should have to experience. Our hearts are with the Forrest/Kenny families in the coming weeks and months. BHOP will have a donation box as well as a cash drop to assist Jack Kenny and Judy’s beloved son, Cruz in this difficult time. Please consider donating a toy, clothes, or just spare change.”

Judy Forrest’s journey through life was marked by a commitment to education and healthcare. A graduate of Rutland Senior High School, she pursued her passion for teaching by studying Elementary Education at Castleton University. Her dedication to the healthcare field was evident as she acquired certifications as a licensed certified Nursing Assistant at Stafford Tech and a Phlebotomy Technician at Stafford Technical Center Alumni.

Judy’s impact extended beyond the classroom, as she took on diverse roles in the healthcare sector. Notably, she served as the LNA Secretarial Coordinator for the Surgical Care Unit at Rutland Regional Medical Center. Her compassion and dedication to patient care earned her respect and gratitude from colleagues and patients alike.

Her association with Killington Resort as a former ski instructor reflected her love for the outdoors and her ability to share that passion with others. Judy’s time at Killington left an enduring mark on the skiing community, where she played a vital role in nurturing the skills and enthusiasm of those she taught. In addition to her educational and healthcare pursuits, Judy worked as a Phlebotomist and Medical Lab Assistant, showcasing her versatility and commitment to lifelong learning.

As the community mourns the loss of Judy Forrest, we remember her not only for her professional achievements but also for the warmth, kindness, and dedication she brought to every aspect of her life. Our thoughts and condolences go out to her family, friends, and all those whose lives she touched. In this challenging time, we collectively share the grief of losing a remarkable individual, and we hope that her memory will be a source of comfort and inspiration to those who knew her.