FORRETT - A Mass of Christian burial was celebrated Friday, May 23, 2014 at St. Peter's Church in Plattsburgh for Leo H. Forrett, 84, of Plattsburgh who passed away May 18. Monsignor Joseph G. Aubin celebrated the Mass. The pall bearers were Tom Kowalowski, Connor Kowalowski, Michael Forrett, Noel Forrett, Todd Meseck and Zachary Meseck. The funeral pall was placed by Keith Forrett and Marla Meseck. The crucifix was placed on the casket by Anthony Forrett. Words of remembrance were shared by Zachary Meseck. Kelley Forrett and Rhonda Kowalowski read from the Sacred Scripture. The spiritual gifts were presented by Kandis Kowalowski, Morgan Kowalowski and Kaitlyn Forrett. The organist was Mr. George Schnob. The soloist was Mr. Mitch Willette. Entombment followed in Whispering Maples Mausoleum, where Deacon John Levison recited committal prayers. Following the entombment, family and friends gathered at the Moose Lodge in Plattsburgh for a reception. Funeral arrangements were in the care of the Ross Funeral Home in Mooers.
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