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Lynden Louderback

Lynden Murel Louderback Lynden died of lung cancer peacefully in his sleep on Jan. 8th, 2012, three days before his 82nd birthday. He was lovingly attended by his wife of 62 years, Joyce, and his dear sister-in-law Marilyn Ferguson at home with the aid of Franciscan Hospice. He will be forever missed by his son Lynden Mark Louderback, his daughter Cathy McCaa and her husband Melvin, grandchildren Yvonne and JoLynn, and two great-grandchidren. He has two brothers, Harold Louderback (Marilyn) and his twin, Leland Louderback of Parkland, and many nieces and nephews. He had many friends who will miss him, personal friends and at The Puyallup Eagles, REAC, and neighbors who have been very loving and helpful. A celebration of Lynden's life will be held later in lieu of a funeral.

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A gathering of family and friends is being planned for a later date.

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Emily M. Walsh
June 30, 2015 - 08:22

I am the last of your sister, Mary J. Minerich's children. I saw you at our house almost every Sunday and other days if you wanted to watch a ball game. You loved mom's coffee, gave all your nieces and nephews nicknames which were quite original. From what I heard, although I wasn't there, you had a very joyful time living with your nephew, Dennis Minerich. Lots of people didn't know but you held a degree in teaching. You have touched all of us and we are glad to have known you. Have fun reuniting with your wife and loved ones. I am sure that they have all been waiting for you. God will lead you to them.

Emily Walsh

Katie Konoske
June 29, 2015 - 14:04

You've always been a Great Grandpa. Had the greatest love for all his children, always cared for us kids as we did for him....Pretty much helped raise us kids(Zack, Ria, and I) With our Mom Penny... I will always love and miss you Great Grandpa Chuck....R.I.P

Cindy Konoske
June 27, 2015 - 16:10

Grandpa Chuck will be missed so much. Whenever my mother in law, Penny (his daughter)could, she would bring him to family holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas. Grandpa loved watching sports and talking about his military career. I swear Mom and him lived to argue. Not in a bad way, just getting each others goat. You could see a sparkle in their eyes when this happened. I swear Grandpa moving in with mom extended their lives as well as enriched them both with their own little imp ways.
He will be missed, and he was truly loved by his nieces, nephews, grandkids, and great grandkids.
I hope he's up there now playing cribbage with mom and everyone else who has gone before us, and is enjoying some great conversations.
Rest in peace Grandpa Chuck. We love you.

Robert McKenrick
June 27, 2015 - 13:44

Dad your always in my thoughts and my heart! Moss you

Veronica Baccus Kopakowski
June 27, 2015 - 01:16

My Grandpa Chuck was well-loved and we all miss him so very much. Even though I didn't get to see him very often, he was still the great man I remembered, telling stories and always willing to lend a helping hand. Saying goodbye just means "see you later"

Love you Grandpa Chuck.

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