Men’s New Vazee Red Energy Black Black Running Prism V2 Shoes Balance f61nU6xC Men’s New Vazee Red Energy Black Black Running Prism V2 Shoes Balance f61nU6xC Men’s New Vazee Red Energy Black Black Running Prism V2 Shoes Balance f61nU6xC Men’s New Vazee Red Energy Black Black Running Prism V2 Shoes Balance f61nU6xC Men’s New Vazee Red Energy Black Black Running Prism V2 Shoes Balance f61nU6xC Men’s New Vazee Red Energy Black Black Running Prism V2 Shoes Balance f61nU6xC
Sneakers Anthracite White Women’s Converse Top Low fqxO1ttw78
Interested in the DeLude name?

buyAzzo Blue buyAzzo White White Clogs Women’s Blue Women’s buyAzzo Clogs Women’s Clogs TwT7Pr
Black Energy Black Prism Red Running V2 Men’s Balance New Shoes Vazee

Men’s New Vazee Red Energy Black Black Running Prism V2 Shoes Balance f61nU6xC

Obituary
3 entries
  • "Alma, I am sorry to learn of your loss, I pray your family..."
    - Dennis Thompson
  • "Dear Alma, I'm so sorry to learn about Ron's passing. He..."
    - Bo Schultz-Andersen
  • "This is Fidelia Don Marcoulier wife. I just wanted to tell..."
    - Fidelia Marcoulier
The Guest Book is expired.

Balance New Energy Black Shoes Black Red Prism Vazee Men’s V2 Running

RONALD DELUDE
August 20, 1936 ~ February 23, 2018
New Men’s Black Shoes V2 Prism Running Black Balance Red Energy Vazee Red Prism Running Black Vazee New Balance V2 Men’s Energy Shoes Black

Ronald DeLude passed away February 23rd 2018 in Vancouver, Washington after a valiant fight with Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. He was born in Salo, Minnesota to Tim and Cecilia (Marcoulier) DeLude. He grew up in Bend, Oregon with his brother Ray (Teresa) and sister Glorianne, both surviving him.
Ron was a numbers guy so a life of banking was a perfect fit. He was a problem solver, always available for advice or a tool. It always pleased him when there was an opportunity to buy food or gas for someone in need.
His banking career took him to different banks, starting in Bend, then to Klamath Falls, La Grande, Salem, and Forest Grove where he was on the school board and a charter member of the Rotary sponsored Concours d'elegance. Then he was on to Portland, Vancouver and Medford.
Ron loved anything with wheels, motors and wings. Helping to build an airplane or sailing his boat was great fun. He was a "detail" person who loved to polish and shine everything. He loved his family, attending their games, swim meets and concerts, slipping a few bucks to each of them.
Ron is also survived by his wife of 59+ years, Alma (Still); daughter, Kristi (Jim); son, Randy (Janet); granddaughter, Mariah; and grandsons, Dakota and Hunter; and many cousins on the Marcoulier side.
Our family would like to thank Salmon Creek Hospice, especially Holly, who gave so much service and spiritual support. We would also like to thank Father W. R. Harris, Pastor of the Porto-Cathedral of St. James for being there when we needed him the most.
At Ron's request there will be no formal service. He will be interned at Willamette National Cemetery, Portland Oregon. His military service was as a Navy Corpsman assigned to a Marine unit. He was proud to have served.
Please sign his guest book at: www.columbian.com/obits.


Shoes V2 Energy Men’s New Black Black Prism Red Balance Running Vazee Funeral Home
Davies Cremation & Burial Services, Inc.
Men’s Black Energy Balance Red Running Prism V2 Shoes Black New Vazee
309 E 15th Street, Suite E
10 Black Women's 5 Whisper PUMA White US Slide Platform B wYtftqC Vancouver, WA 98666
(360) 253-7730
Published in The Columbian on Apr. 1, 2018
test
  • Hide
  • Share
  • Red Black New Shoes Energy Prism Black Balance Vazee V2 Men’s Running Twitter
  • Email
Prism Running Energy Black Black New Shoes Red Balance V2 Men’s Vazee
Brown Kamik Orange Women’s Snowvalley Boots x18wrI1qg
ShareThis Copy and Paste