Born: Monday Jul 17, 1967

Died: Sunday Feb 14, 2021


Forrest Wayne Chilton, Jr.

July 17, 1967 - February 14, 2021

Forrest Wayne Chilton, Jr., 53, of Stokesdale, NC, went home to be with the Lord and Savior on Sunday, February 14, 2021.

A funeral service will be held at 2 PM on Saturday, February 20, at Fair Funeral Home Chapel.  Face coverings and social distancing will be required. The service will be live-streamed on FaceBook. He will lie in repose on Friday, 12 Noon to 6 PM, at Fair Funeral Home for those wishing to come by to pay their respects.

Forrest was born in Eden, NC on July 17, 1967.  He was a graduate of Stoneville High School, Class of 1985.  He was a member of Fellowship Baptist Church in Stokesdale and the owner of Chilton's Landscaping and Tree Service, Inc. for over 30 years. He worked hard for his business and even harder for the people in his life.  With a heart of gold he always put other's needs before his own.  The people that knew him thought he was like a light house, shining the way without having to sound an alarm.

He is survived by his daughter, Cierra Chilton Hairston (Quentin) of Stoneville; son, Michael Seth Chilton of Madison; four grandchildren, C. J. Graves, Ariane Hairston, Khloe Chilton and Quentin Hairston, Jr.; mother, Nancy Evans Coleman of Stoneville; father, Forrest Wayne Chilton, Sr. of Madison; sister, Laurie Fulcher (Greg) of Stuart, VA; brother, Evan Coleman (Ashley) of Stoneville; aunt, Geneva Priddy of Stoneville; and his right hand man, James Hyatt of Madison.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Roy and Lillian Evans of Stoneville.

Memorial contributions may be made to Fellowship Baptist Church, c/o Mack Webster, 689 Mt. Zion Church Rd., Stokesdale, NC 27357.

Online condolences may be offered to the family at www.fairfuneralhome.com



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My heart hurts for Forrest’s family. He was such a giving person with a heart of gold that loved his family. He will be so missed. He had so many friends that thought the world of him.
Ida Yow

We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Forrest. I know he will be missed so much. Sending condolences and prayers to all of the family.
Carolyn Spencer

So sorry for your lost. I cannot imagine what you going through having three sons myself. Paula & Melvin
Paula Cross

Forest was a dear friend to so many!We shared so many spiritual stories and laughed a lot!We shared family and business things and gave thanks to God for all blessings!I will miss my friend!Continuing lifting us all up in prayer as we know that we will meet again soon in the beautiful glory land!Rest In Peace my sweet friend and all my love!Your smile will always light up the sky!
Angie Neal

Our hearts go out to his family! Forest was well liked by all that knew him! He will be missed greatly!sw9PD
Betty Smith Madison

I'm so sorry for your loss. Forrest was a good person and friend. Always there to give a helping hand or a ear to listen to you. He will forever be missed. Seen him every morning on the road to go to work, we would wave and smile.
Bonnie Robinson

Deepest Sympathy from Debbie and Gordon. Will be misses
Gordon and Debbie Dillard

Dear Forrest Chilton family, We were so saddened to read of Forrest’s passing. We were neighbors at Belews Lake and thoroughly enjoyed getting to know Forrest. He was so kind and friendly towards us. He was always willing to help out as a neighbor any time He could. May God embrace each of YOU during this time of loss. Thoughts and prayers for your family 🙏
Sherry and Keith Aheron

I’ll be praying for y’all. He was always ready to go remove a from someone’s home anytime time I called. Greg Hazelwood
Greg Hazelwood

My deepest Sympathy. My heart is saddened for Forest two children and the ones who knew him and loved him. Go rest high on the mountain for your work on earth is done. Keeping his family in my thoughts and prayers. His good deeds on earth will be rewarded In heaven. 🙏
Cindy Snyder

Words cannot begin to express how much my heart aches for you all. Forrest was so special to so many...I am so thankful I met him all those years ago because through him I met his amazing family. I know he is happy and healthy and having a wonderful reunion with those that were there before him. We will all meet again someday and enjoy eternity together. I know he would want you all to love, laugh and remember all the fun times you all had together. life gives us tests... the lessons come later... Someday, in Gods perfect time, we will all understand.. much love and prayers for you all.❤🙏
Sue Myers

I feel like it was just a little to early for you big guy, you was an extraordinary person. Big heart, and wasn't afraid to help as long as you worked. I'll never forget you from Stokeridge.
Jonathan Bradshaw

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