OBITUARY

Jack Alan Brandrup

July 11, 1948May 20, 2019

Jack Alan Brandrup, 70, passed away peacefully on May 20th at Providence St. Vincent Hospital. He was born July 11,1948 in Webster City, Iowa. He then moved to Eagle Grove, Iowa as a young boy and grew up the remainder of his young life in Fort Dodge, Iowa. He went on to graduate with a major in Psychology and Sociology from Minnesota State University in Mankato. Jack then moved to Portland, Oregon where he spent the latter part of his adult life. He is preceded in death by his father, Gale Brandrup, mother, Dorothy Brandrup, sister Judy Jamison and his son Matthew Brandrup. Jack is survived by his wife of 40 years, Judith Newbury Brandrup, his children, Sarah, Bart, Jennifer and Angela, 21 grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews. Jack had a great passion for golf, loved to watch the Trailblazers, Duck’s football and his Harley Davidson. Above all, he was a loving husband, father and friend. Most importantly, his grandchildren meant the world to him. He loved them dearly and they always made him smile. Please join us in celebrating his life Thursday, May 30th @ 2:00 pm at Finley Hills Memorial Park, 6801 SW Sunset Hwy. Portland. Reception following at Rock Creek Country Club, 5100 NW Neakahnie, Portland between 3:30 and 5:00 pm.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Thursday, May 30, 2019
  • Reception Thursday, May 30, 2019

Memories

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Ob and Dyette Molstre

May 24, 2019

Our deepest sympathy, thoughts and prayers are with the Brandrup family during this difficult time. What a special and wonderful friend Jack was. So many laughs and stories were shared on the golf course and throughout our friendship over many years. We love you so much and will miss you every day. We'll treasure the memories...until we meet again forever!!💞

Tyler Chang

May 24, 2019

Jack was such a pleasure to have a conversation with. I was honored to know him from my time working at Dick’s where he was a trade driver. He’d always ask me upon return if the car he brought back was something I sold and if not, then what else did I sell. He’s going to be missed by many!

Ezra Difley

May 24, 2019

I have known Jack since I was seven years old. Mackey was my older brother and Bart and I will be old together at some point. I have so many memories of Jack that I cannot even begin to pick a favorite. All I know is that he was always there and will be truly missed. To all the Brandrup family I offer my heartfelt condolences.

Robin Forrer

May 23, 2019

Jack was always a joy to speak to when I needed a driver for us. Correction: Always got to speak to Judy. She would flag him down as he was playing golf to see if he would do the drive I needed, which he rarely turned down. He was one of my favorite people. Always so professional and kind. He will be missed dearly in more ways than I can mention.
Rest in peace, out of pain and suffering dear man.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY