Forrest Eisen Jr. was born June 26, 1942 in Mount Vernon, Washington to Anita and Forrest Eisen Sr. He attended grade and high school in La Conner until his senior year. He joined the Army in 1961 and was medically discharged due to a shrapnel injury losing his left eye. He later moved to Oregon and worked in the logging industry. Later he moved to Bremerton. He attended an apprenticeship at the naval shipyard as an electrician. He worked 29+ years, then retired in 1989. Boating, fishing, camping, working in his yard kept him busy. He also liked playing board games with the family. He and his wife spent many winters in Arizona enjoying the sun. He married Carol Levy in 2008 and resided in Bremerton. He had no children of his own and has a step-daughter Kandace Watkins and two step-grandchildren, Colby Watkins and Halei Wagoner and numerous nieces and nephews. His parents and two sisters, Charlene and Marilyn preceded him in death. A memorial service will be held in the Shelter Bay clubhouse in La Conner on July 14, from 1 to 4 p.m.