Obituary of Brian Forintos
June 29, 1950 - May 3, 2023
Brian Forintos. Age 72 of Allen Park.
Family Tribute ~
Brian was a wonderful, loving father and husband. His kind heart opened up to adopt a little girl, Heather his wonderful daughter. He was very happy when Heather married Eric, who would become her protector. Brian knew she had found her rock, just like Brian found his rock with Rita, his wife of 39 years. He loved them both dearly.
Brian had a love for acting and singing and they became his passion and he excelled at both. He was a member of the Seaway Corral Theatre Troop and also a member of the St Francis Cabrini Church Choir. He was an incredibly talented artist and had many other hobbies, including model railroading, model building mural paintings and decoy duck carving as a member of the Michigan Decoy Duck Carvers Club.
Brian will be remembered for his kindness, beautiful smile, his pleasant tenor voice, his love of family, friends and life, and his goofy jokes. He is survived by his wife Rita, daughter Heather, many siblings, brother in-laws and sister in-laws, nieces and nephews.
Celebrant - Father Bradley Forintos
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