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 Damien Q. Matthies

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Damien Q. Matthies

Birth
Death
19 Sep 2009 (aged 22)
Lake Havasu City, Mohave County, Arizona, USA
Burial
Portland, Washington County, Oregon, USA
Memorial ID
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DAMIEN Q. MATTHIES
Apr. 10, 1987 - Sept. 19, 2009

Damien Matthies passed way unexpectedly Saturday, Sept. 19, 2009, while staying with his mother and brothers in Lake Havasu, Ariz. He will be missed deeply by the family and friends he leaves behind.

Damien grew up in Canby. He was a graduate of Canby High School where he enjoyed photography and art classes. After high school, he was enrolled in Mohave County Community College in Arizona, taking general studies.

Damien leaves us with several special memories. He enjoyed spending time with his close circle of family and friends. Spending time at the beach with G-Ma and G-Pa and cousin Kaeli; building forts and sand dune rides; black powder shooting with Great-Grandpa Tom and Great-Grandma Doris; digging ditches with his brothers in Arizona; visiting his Aunt Crystal in Washington; camp outs with friends; hanging out with is pet cat, Mow; a trip to the East Coast to meet his stepmom's family; mowing the lawn with his dad; watching movies and amusement park rides with little sis, Emma; and holidays and birthdays with the family are just a few. Some of his hobbies included collecting Legos, model trains, and John Deere tractors; mixing his own music; and learning to play the guitar. He enjoyed ice cream with cereal for breakfast, a good hamburger or chicken sandwich, burritos and pretty much anything his dad would cook for him. "Thanks for dinner, Dad."

He is survived by his father, Darren; stepmother, Paula; and sister, Emma Matthies, all of Canby; mother, Kellie Chapman; brothers, Adrian, Riley, Kelton, River, Lachlan and Declan; and soon-to-be-born Tiernan; all of Lake Havasu; grandparents, Dave and Doris Matthies and Jack and Jinnie Finigan; great-grandfather, Tom Gilbert; and numerous relatives. Damien was loved by so many and will be greatly missed.

A memorial service will be held Thursday, Oct. 1, 2009, in Finley-Sunset Hills Memorial Park & Mortuary, 6801 S.W. Sunset Highway, Portland, OR 97225. Damien's resting place is at the Fountain of Remembrance.

Published in The Oregonian on October 1, 2009

DAMIEN Q. MATTHIES
Apr. 10, 1987 - Sept. 19, 2009

Damien Matthies passed way unexpectedly Saturday, Sept. 19, 2009, while staying with his mother and brothers in Lake Havasu, Ariz. He will be missed deeply by the family and friends he leaves behind.

Damien grew up in Canby. He was a graduate of Canby High School where he enjoyed photography and art classes. After high school, he was enrolled in Mohave County Community College in Arizona, taking general studies.

Damien leaves us with several special memories. He enjoyed spending time with his close circle of family and friends. Spending time at the beach with G-Ma and G-Pa and cousin Kaeli; building forts and sand dune rides; black powder shooting with Great-Grandpa Tom and Great-Grandma Doris; digging ditches with his brothers in Arizona; visiting his Aunt Crystal in Washington; camp outs with friends; hanging out with is pet cat, Mow; a trip to the East Coast to meet his stepmom's family; mowing the lawn with his dad; watching movies and amusement park rides with little sis, Emma; and holidays and birthdays with the family are just a few. Some of his hobbies included collecting Legos, model trains, and John Deere tractors; mixing his own music; and learning to play the guitar. He enjoyed ice cream with cereal for breakfast, a good hamburger or chicken sandwich, burritos and pretty much anything his dad would cook for him. "Thanks for dinner, Dad."

He is survived by his father, Darren; stepmother, Paula; and sister, Emma Matthies, all of Canby; mother, Kellie Chapman; brothers, Adrian, Riley, Kelton, River, Lachlan and Declan; and soon-to-be-born Tiernan; all of Lake Havasu; grandparents, Dave and Doris Matthies and Jack and Jinnie Finigan; great-grandfather, Tom Gilbert; and numerous relatives. Damien was loved by so many and will be greatly missed.

A memorial service will be held Thursday, Oct. 1, 2009, in Finley-Sunset Hills Memorial Park & Mortuary, 6801 S.W. Sunset Highway, Portland, OR 97225. Damien's resting place is at the Fountain of Remembrance.

Published in The Oregonian on October 1, 2009

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