William Howard Burrow Jr. (1967 - 2018)

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William Howard Burrow Jr.

September 4, 1967 -

April 28, 2018

William (Billy) H. Burrow Jr. died unexpectedly at his home in Jefferson, Oregon, he was 50 years old. He was born in Modesto, CA to William H. Burrow Sr. and Rebecca Hedgecock Burrow. He grew up in Modesto, CA and attended Downey High School. He was very well known and talented REX skater at the Roller King in Modesto. In the early 90's he moved to Oregon and was a record holder in Choker setting at the Logging Convention. In 1994 he was awarded most valuable player for the Intercity Pool at the Goshen Tavern. In 1997 He won third place in the Double Buck event at the Western Oregon Expo. He enjoyed and was good at riding dirt bikes, building stereo systems and playing poker. He was a Clamper #69. He loved Dale Earnhardt & the Oregon Ducks. He had a very kind heart. He was always helping someone asking nothing in return. He built bicycles out of parts and gave them away to children that didn't have one. He would take parts off his own motorcycle to fix someone else's while incapacitating his own.

He was co-owner of Big Boy Auto and RV Center and a U-Haul dealer in Goshen, Oregon.

He is survived by his long time friend and companion, Becky Mock; his mother, Rebecca Cochrum and stepfather Carl Cochrum of Creswell; his sister, Karri Burrow Pattee and her husband, Steve Pattee; his nephews: Cole and Cody Pattee of Modesto; his niece, Jessica Stanhope of Modesto; his daughter, Sadie Wolfard of Springfield, OR, his stepdaughter Annie Pelroy of Springfield, Two granddaughters and his "Grandma Red", Goldie Snodgrass of Ceres, CA. Numerous Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and many friends and loved ones.

September 1st there will be a get together to celebrate Bill's birth which is September 4th. Everyone is invited and encouraged to attend. Bring pictures and stories if you have them. Located in Jefferson, Oregon the Corner of Marion Rd. and Conser St.


Published in Eugene Register-Guard on July 11, 2018