Curtis J Forshey


HOLLIDAYSBURG, PA, USA U.S. Army SGT, 494TH TRANSPORTATION COMPANY, FORT CAMPBELL, KY HOMBURG 03/27/2007

Curtis John Forshey, of Holiday, Pennsylvania, was someone who you would want your own kids to be like. He was a good kid, with a good head on his shoulders. A 2003 high school graduate, Curt enjoyed four-wheeling, skiing, the outdoors and especially working on his Pathfinder. He worked at Blue Knob Four Seasons Resort as a ski instructor.

Curt planned to make a career out of the Army and was pursuing becoming a helicopter pilot. After his service, he wanted to combine his passion for skiing and his training as a pilot to work ferrying skiers to remote slopes.

Sergeant Curtis J. Forshey, 22, died March 27, 2007, in Homberg, Germany from a brain aneurysm, a complication of his treatment for leukemia. He was assigned to the Army Active duty 129th Combat Sustainment Support, at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. He was on his second tour.

Curtis’ portrait is also located on Poster 7