Donald Dean Ravert
February 15, 1941 – March 20, 2018
Donald D. Ravert was born February 15, 1941 in Dalton, NE. He passed away peacefully in his home with his wife Gloria, granddaughter and grandson Erin and Damon Heinen, and great-granddaughter Delaney Noelle Heinen on March 20, 2018. He belonged to the Renton Eagles 1722, Kent Eagles 362, Sons and Daughters of the American Legion, the American Legion Post 15, and was a longtime Moose member. He retired from Boeing after 35 years of service. He was preceded in death by his father and mother, Howard and Harradean Ravert; his daughter Darcy Phillips; and brother Joe Ravert. He loved his family and is survived by his son Donald and wife Tracy Ravert; daughters Bobbi Martinez and husband Bob Buxton, Terri and husband Anthony Johnson, Tina Tarsitano and husband Chris; granddaughters Erin Heinen and husband Damon, Alexis Ravert, Sunny Anne Ravert, Dominique Ravert, and Christina Tarsitano; great-granddaughter and constant companion Delaney Noelle Heinen; brother Ken Ravert and wife Arlene; sister Phyllis Hulce and husband Frank; and many extended family and friends. Services to be held Monday March 26, 2018 starting at 10am at Mt. Olivet with military honors. A reception will follow at the Renton Eagles 1722: 220 - Wells Ave S. Renton.
- Viewing & Visitation Monday, March 26, 2018
- Funeral Service Monday, March 26, 2018
- Graveside Service Monday, March 26, 2018
Donald Dean Ravert
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Roland [Rollie] Ravert
April 16, 2018
My father, Archie Ravert was a cousin to Howard Ravert and I remember Howard's family when they lived in Bridgeport, Ne. I think Howard's family moved to Wash in the late 40's or early 50's. At a very young age I remember a lot of Ravert families, including the Harvey Chorn family gathering on weekends to fish for Bullheads in the sand hill's north of Broadwater, Ne. The fish were cleaned in livestock tanks for a big fish fry. Also the Saturday night dances in Broadwater where the kids [us] were left to sleep in our family cars while our parent's danced. Then there were the card playing gatherings. None of those memories would been created if the TV was in existence. I cherish those memories. My condolence's to Donald's family.
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