John Forsyth Obituary, Death – The emergency room physician from Missouri whose body was discovered in a lake in Missouri more than a week after he disappeared under strange circumstances was recalled as a compassionate doctor by his brother at a vigil held in his honor. During a candlelight vigil, a moment of silence was observed in remembrance of Dr. John Forsyth, 49, a father of eight who had recently gone through a divorce and who worked at Mercy Hospital in Cassville.
According to reports from KY3, his brother Richard indicated that the late doctor’s profession was his life. He then told the crowd, “So many stories of people whose lives he’s touched, whose lives he saved,” The bereaved sibling brought up the fact that he had received a letter from a woman who claimed that Forsyth had helped save her life. According to Richard, “He put her concerns and her situation above his own and helped her work through it by talking it through.” “This was a man who seemed to tower over everything around him. This person is one of my heroes. He continued by saying, “I believe everybody looks up to their sibling as a hero. However, in reality, he was.”
When the doctor was reported missing on May 21 after being seen alive for the final time on that date, he had recently gotten engaged to a nurse who was already eight months pregnant with their child. The engagement took place not long after he handed in the final paperwork to end his marriage to his wife, a woman to whom he had been married twice between the years 1995 and 2022. Forsyth, who along with his brother had developed a cryptocurrency and was rumored to be worth a million dollars, did not oppose the divorce, which was, according to all accounts, settled on cordial terms.
Although the authorities have not indicated whether they suspect Forsyth was murdered or committed suicide, his family has refuted any claims that he took his own life due to the fact that he was apparently happiest than he had been in a very long time. Forsyth had just ended a 12-hour shift on the day he vanished, and he texted his fiancée that he would see her in “a little bit,” but after that, he stopped responding to her texts, according to the investigation conducted by Detective Stuart Lombard. Forsyth was engaged at the time of his disappearance.
After leaving his Acura unlocked with his wallet, two phones, a laptop, and other belongings inside, Forsyth was seen entering another person’s vehicle. He had previously left his Acura unlocked. Later, his vehicle was discovered close to a waste treatment facility close to a public pool, and his stethoscope was dangling from the rearview mirror of the vehicle.