OBITUARY

Clifford L. Paschall Sr

July 22, 1942July 25, 2018
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Clifford Leo Paschall was born July 22, 1942 in Portland, Oregon the 5th of 6 children born to Lloyd Lee Paschall and Pearlie Belle (Mann).

He had four older brothers; Lloyd Paschall “JR”, Glenn (Bud) Paschall of Gresham Or, Donald Paschall of Gresham Or, Robert (Tink) Paschall of Newberg Or, and his younger sister Patricia Hanley of Portland Or. The family moved to The Dallas Or, when he was about 14 and he went to The Dallas High School.

After high school he moved back to the Portland area where he worked for Leathers Oil Company and later he owned and operated Paschall’s Furniture Company located in Gresham and Sandy, Oregon until he retired. Cliff enjoyed fishing, camping, and trips to the coast visiting Lincoln City, Newport, and other small towns that lay along the coastline. He loved sports and was an avid fan of the Seahawks, Oregon Ducks, and the Trailblazers. He loved to tease and had a wonderful sense of humor. On November 23, 1963 Cliff married Renee Louise Leach and had two sons; Cliff L. Paschall, Jr. and Chris D. Paschall.

Cliff is survived by his wife of 40 years Monica Darcina (Dilao) who he married on March 25, 1978 in Vancouver, Washington, children Cliff (Skip) Paschall Jr. of Las Vegas Nv, Chris Paschall of Las Vegas Nv, and Walker Paschall of Portland Or, 6 Grandchildren and 8 Great Grandchildren. Additionally, three step daughters Kathy, Dawn, and Charlotte as well as 12 step-Grandchildren and 4 step-Great Grandchildren.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, August 2, 2018
  • Funeral Service Friday, August 3, 2018
  • Committal Service Friday, August 3, 2018
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Clifford L. Paschall Sr

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Desiree Paschall-Winstead

August 2, 2018

All those Saturday night marble games, marbles will never be the same without you . Wish we could have had one last game I know us girls would have beat you. I love you Uncle Cliff, you will always hold a special place in my heart, You helped me through the loss of my Dad. I hope I can do the same for your children. I will miss all of our long talks. Even when you were too sick to come over and I could not make it up the stairs we would sit in the car and talk, as long as we got to it didn't matter where it was. You have touched many hearts and lives this is truly a loss for us all, but heaven has just got a new angel. Take care Uncle Cliff I love you always.

Love,
Desiree Paschall -Winstead (niece)

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