Evan "Nub" Waldron (1937 - 2018)

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  • "GOD BLESS U NUB. U ARE A AWESOME MAN N WILL LIVE ON FOREVER..."
    - CAROL SIMONS
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    - Bette (Matthes) Dearing
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Evan 'Nub' Waldron passed away on August 28th, 2018 from complications of Parkinson's disease at Olympic Medical Center.
Evan was born to Forest H. Waldron and Inez Fern Keso in Port Angeles on March 4, 1937, and was a member of the graduating Class of '55' from Port Angeles High School.
Evan was a life long truck driver, owner and operator, and he was proud of his trucking heritage. Evan also took great satisfaction in the building of his own house in 2002.
Evan met an married Theadona Wagner in Kalama, Washington in 2003, and together they shared a life filled with love and laughter.
Evan was a Charter Member of the Dream Machine and Olympic Peninsula Motorcycles Club.
Evan was preceded in death by his parents; Forest and Inez, his oldest son; Evan Matthew Waldron and granddaughter; Thea Marie Neumann, and son-in-law; Richard Neuman both of New York and his first wife, Sandra Horton Mack.
Evan is survived by his loving wife; Theadona, and sons Brett Waldron, and Scott Gossage, of Port Angeles, his daughter; Elizabeth (Don) Strait of Port Angeles, and Amy Louise Neumann of New York, he also leaves behind his sister Katy (Jim) Smith of Everett Washington, 11 grand children and 3 great grand sons and 1 great grand daughter.
Evan believe that his greatest accomplishment was his children and grand children; Evan Michael Waldron, Forest Matthew Waldron, Cody Kreider, Austin Waldron, Lauren Waldron, Meghan Hueter, Donald John Strait, III , Jerimah Neumann, Paul David Neumann, Michael Eban Neumann, Jace Gossage and the four great grand children.
Evan 'Nub' Waldron had a life well lived.
No service is planned.
Funeral Home
Linde Price Funeral Service
170 W Sequim Bay Rd
SEQUIM, WA 98382
(360) 683-1649
Published in The Peninsula Daily News on Sept. 16, 2018
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