WILLIAMSBURG — Colonel Singhoff was Commander, Air Force Office of Special Investigations, when he retired in 1980. He was a resident of Patriots Colony, a military retirement community in Williamsburg, Virginia at the time of his death. He previously lived in Yorktown and Annandale, Virginia.
Among Colonel Singhoff’s many decorations are the National Intelligence Distinguished Service Medal, The Air Force Distinguished Service Medal, The National Intelligence Medal of Achievement, Meritorious Medal with 2OLC, Air Force Commendation Medal With 2OLC, Philippine Legion of Honor (Degree Of Commander) and Republic of China Distinguished Service Medal, Class A.
Colonel Singhoff served with the Agency for International Development and the Central Intelligence Agency after his retirement from the Air Force.
Forest loved the game of golf and once shot his age (81).
Forest’s greatest love was his family, especially his wife of 71 years, Rosemary. He had abundant love for his children, Victoria Montague (Kenneth) of Colorado Springs, CO, Scott Singhoff (Lynne) of Houston, TX, Lorraine Casalino (Steve) of Glastonbury, CT, and Mary Lalande (Greg) of Fairfax, VA. Most importantly, he leaves behind nine of the greatest grandchildren and five great-grandchildren all of whom made his life so wonderful.
A mass of Christian burial will be offered at St Bede Church, 3686 Ironbound Rd., Williamsburg on June 10, 2022 at 11:30 am. Inurnment and a reception to celebrate his life will be held at the church immediately following.
Memorial gifts may be made to: The AFOSISA Memorial Fund, care of Chuck Azukas, 4858 Palmers Ridge Ct., Haymarket, VA, 20169 or St. Jude Children’s Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.NelsenWilliamsburg.com for the Singhoff family.