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Orville Albert Rupe
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Birth: Apr. 1, 1920
Yakima County
Washington, USA
Death: Sep. 6, 1989
King County
Washington, USA

WWII-United States NAVY

Son of Ernest and Elma (Anderson) Rupe.

First wife was Margery Pearl (Elliott) Rupe, married in Seattle, WA on 8-29-1941.
Second wife was Edith (Carr) Rupe, married in Seattle, WA on 7-1-1961.

He is survived by his wife Edith, Brother Jack Rupe and daughter Sheila (Rupe) Burns.

A few of the things Orville loved to do were fishing, hunting, clam digging and camping in their trailer.
Orville and Edith enjoyed going to Reno for vacations.
He build a chalet style home on Twin Lakes in Shelton WA. A place they could enjoy whenever they wanted to get away from the busy city.
He enjoyed his family, his little doggy and always welcomed Friends.

He died of a heart attack a couple of years after his retirement from Todd's Shipyards, in Seattle. He is gone way too soon and is greatly missed by all that loved him.
Family links: 
  Ernest Rupe (1894 - 1959)
  Elma Rupe (1891 - 1967)
  Edith Olive Carr Rupe (1926 - 2013)*
  Robert Orville Rupe (1942 - 1972)*
*Calculated relationship
Evergreen Washelli Memorial Park
King County
Washington, USA
Created by: SHEILA
Record added: May 26, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 70392332
Orville Albert Rupe
Added by: SHEILA
Orville Albert Rupe
Added by: Karen Sipe
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Thinking of you today Dad. Edith passed peacefully last night and I am sure she has joined you by now. May you both spend an eternity, happily ever after. Love to you both.
- Sheila
 Added: Nov. 11, 2013
Dad, Happy 4th of July. I'm thinking of when we were young, and you would take us out to the gravel pits to light fireworks. Love to you.
 Added: Jul. 4, 2012
Happy 4th of July. We send our Love and Thank You for your service in WWII.
 Added: Jul. 4, 2012

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