Neville Forge Death, Obituary – After learning of Neville Forge’s passing, the individuals who were a part of the Corowa-Rutherglen Football Netball Club were unable to offer one another consolation after hearing the news. Neville Forge, who was also the team captain for the Corowa-Rutherglen side that won the Premiership in 1968, was the leader of the Corowa-Rutherglen side that was successful. During his stint with the Spiders, during which he played in 207 games, Neville was regarded in very high regard by the other players on the squad. During this time, he made 207 appearances with the team.
Neville continued to be an ardent supporter of the Roos right up until the very last game that they played, despite the fact that he had seen both of his sons and both of his grandkids play for the team throughout the course of their careers. We are keeping Bev, Tracey, and Debbie, as well as Brett, Sharon, and Shane, and their families, in our thoughts and prayers. Also included are their relatives. Please accept our sincere condolences for your loss. His mother, Donna DeLong, and her husband, Ed, both of whom live in White Sulphur Springs, are two of his family members who have been able to endure after his loss.
Both of them were married to Donna’s father, who also passed away. His step-nieces Myron Marshall of Austin, Texas, Ca Tom Mohler of Nashville, Texas, and Mary Dotson Rose of Columbia, South Carolina have been among his most treasured friends ever since they were young children. Myron Marshall is from Austin, and Ca Tom Mohler and Mary Dotson Rose both hail from Nashville, Texas. His daughter, Bailey Aaron Neville, resides in Austin, Texas, and he is survived by his sisters, Stephanie Cowan (Blaine) of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and Sarah Neville of White Sulphur Springs, as well as his step-sister, Holly Boggs, and his fiancé. His daughter, Bailey Aaron Neville, resides in Austin, Texas.