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Bert Sylvester Laudette
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Birth: Jan. 19, 1918
Rogers County
Oklahoma, USA
Death: Jul. 26, 1988
Deschutes County
Oregon, USA

Bert was born in Inola, Oklahoma to Thomas Sylvester Laudette and Harriette Rosetta Root. He married Dorothy Jane Cox on 21 May, 1936, in Coweta, Oklahoma. They had three children.

Bert was a farmer and a welder. The family moved to Oregon because of the lack of work in Oklahoma, and he learned to weld building ships in the Portland Shipyards. He didn't have to enlist during WWII because of the size of his family and the fact that he was building ships for the war effort. After the war, they moved back to Oklahoma for a time before making the final move back to Oregon in 1956.

He was diagnosed with cancer of the lymph nodes in December of 1987. He died from complications of the disease on July 26, 1988. He was preceded in death by his parents and one son, Leith Eugene. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy; one son, Charles Sylvester; one daughter, Delores Jane "Dee" Linschied; his mother-in-law, Ora Jane Cox; and several grandchildren. 
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  Dorothy Jane Cox Laudette (1920 - 2011)*
  Leith Gene Laudette (1945 - 1999)*
*Calculated relationship
Redmond Memorial Cemetery
Deschutes County
Oregon, USA
Plot: E1049
Maintained by: Cheryl Moore
Originally Created by: Carrie and Allen
Record added: Oct 29, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 30991129
Bert Sylvester Laudette
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Bert Sylvester Laudette
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Bert Sylvester Laudette
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Happy Angel Day, Bert.
- Cheryl Moore
 Added: Jul. 26, 2013
I remember how much you teased when I was a kid. I wish my kids could have known you and yours, but you were so far away. But, you were never forgotten.
- Cheryl Moore
 Added: Nov. 13, 2012

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