OBITUARIO

Richard Taylor Whitehead

19 junio , 194329 diciembre , 2019

Richard Taylor Whitehead was born June 19, 1943 in Portland, OR to George and Thelma Whitehead. He was 76 when he passed away on December 29, 2019. He is survived by his wife of 48 years, Diane Whitehead; sister, Alladine Curtis (Thomas); brother, John Whitehead (Pat) and daughter Wendi Bilka (Alex). Richard retired from the State of Oregon, Health Division severeral years ago. He loved camping, his friends and family, and will be missed. In Lieu of flowers, make donations to the Oregon Humane Society, Animal Aid, or Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon.

Servicios

29 febrero

Memorial Service

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Finley Sunset Hills Mortuary

The Great Hall

6801 SW SUNSET HWY
PORTLAND, OR 97225

29 febrero

Committal Service

2:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Finley Sunset Hills Mortuary

6801 SW SUNSET HWY
PORTLAND, OR 97225

29 febrero

Reception

2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

Finley Sunset Hills Mortuary

Godiva Room

6801 SW SUNSET HWY
PORTLAND, OR 97225

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Richard Taylor Whitehead

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EARLENE JOSEPHSEN

febrero 21, 2020

Richard will be missed by many. I meet Richard when I was 10 years old. We went to school together until we graduated from high school. Richard always called me "HI KID" we always enjoyed planning activities together He was always ready to get the group together

I Will always remember Richard bringing SPECK CHICKEN at our get togethers in LENTS PARK each summer sharing the chicken
and all the other goodies

Isolde Knaap

enero 10, 2020

I loved every moment of my friendship with Richard Whitehead. One year, at work, he was in charge of the fund raising efforts of the Agency (at that time public health). He asked for "volunteers" and I stepped up. I designed the Trivia Bowl for that year which raised funds for ten years thereafter. Richard "captained" a team called Byte Makes Right. They always lost the first round, probably on purpose. (laugh) Richard always made me feel comfortable and blessed with his tremendous smile. I will miss him and his yearly birthday greetings!

PEGGY L SMITH

enero 7, 2020

I worked with Richard at the state. It was with his encouragement that I joined the computer team. His stories about agate hunting were hilarious and always made me laugh out loud. He was always a kind and compassionate gentleman. He was a mentor and I will always remember him. This one is for you Rich. May you rest in peace.

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