I found two obits for Sanford Forbush.
The Post Register, Idaho Falls, ID, July 27, 1938:
"Victor Pioneer Resident Dies After Illness"
Sanford Forbush, 69, Victor resident for the past 31 years, died at 12:15 a.m. Wednesday in a local hospital. He had been a patient there for the past five days.
Mr. Forbush was born May 1, 1869, at Manti, Utah, and came to Victor in 1907.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Abbie Forbush, his mother, Mrs. Christina Forbush of Idaho Falls, and the following brothers and sisters: Ben and Hyrum Forbush of Salt Lake City; Mrs. Mary Crowley and Mrs. John Heindel, both of Idaho Falls, and Mrs. Ellen St. Lawrence of Tacoma, Wash. One son, Elmer Forbush, of Rexburg.
Funeral services will be held Friday at 11 a.m. in the McHan Funeral chapel. Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery.
The Post Register, Idaho Falls, ID, July 31, 1938
"Final Tribute Paid to Sanford Forbush"
Sanford Forbush, 69, was laid to rest Friday following morning services conducted in the McHan Funeral chapel. Mr. Forbush, pioneer resident of Victor, died Wednesday in a local hospital.
Bishop W. L. Killpack officiated. Three numbers were sung by the L. D. S. First ward choir, and LaVon Stokes sang a solo, accompanied by Mrs. Stokes. Alma Jensen gave the invocation.
Speakers were Bishop Milford Kunz of Victor and Bishop Killpack. Benediction was pronounced by Peter Jensen.
Burial was in the Rose Hill cemetery. Bishop H. J. Jensen dedicated the grave.
Flowers were carried by Mrs. Pearl Kunz, Mrs. M. N. King, Mrs. W. I. Hagler, mrs. W. P. Bell and Mrs. Sanford Judd.
Pallbearers included Sterling Jensen, Peter Jensen, Alma Jensen, John Heindel, Jacob Judd and Sanford Judd.