'Hoarders' by A&E introduces viewers to individuals throughout the United States who have made many others concerned about their lifestyle choices. Consider Forrest Park, who was featured in season 12, episode 2 of the show, and who has many followers due to his on-screen achievements.
The Hoarders' Journey of Forrest Parker
Forrest Parker grew up in government-owned houses, also known as projects, because he could not purchase them as a child due to financial difficulties. After entering adulthood, the entrepreneur developed a passion for finer things in life, but slowly waned his sense of constraints.
Forrest kept on accumulating various items that suited his taste, leading to a cluttered house. Moreover, his lifestyle contributed to the tension between him and his son. Nevertheless, Forrest had to get organized and save his home.
Forrest's possessions seemed to be making progress, and due to his progress in life and his fight against the dods, he attempted to give back as much to the community as he could. At the end of his time on the screen, the showrunners revealed that Forrest's vision had severely decreased.
What Has Happened to Forrest Parker?
Forrest's son, AJ, organized a fundraiser for his father, revealing that he had made significant improvements in order to repair his house, and even installed a new HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air-Conditioning System) system in May 2021.
Forrest's impaired vision was also caused by a slew of health issues, including diabetes. He required a companion dog as well as a lot of money during these difficult times. He asked everyone to assist his father in a similar manner as he had tried to help the community in the past.
Forrest appears to be affiliated with Boys and Girls Clubs of America and serves as the CEO of the Rappahannock Region and Regional Director for Greater Washington. He is the CEO and Founder of FAP Consultants and Associates, with a stepson named Leslie C. Myers and a stepsister named Diane Lambert Parker.