Warren Greenlaw

Warren Greenlaw

1932-2014

Warren Dale Greenlaw born to Tom and Margret Greenlaw November 29, 1932 in St. Mary's, Idaho. He graduated from Willamina High School in 1950 and married Lover Cook in 1952, they remained married until 1977. They had four children and remained close family & friends. He proudly served his country in the U.S. Army during the Korean War. He returned to Willamina in 1956 and purchased his first log truck. He and his family moved to Coos Bay, Oregon in 1957 and he drove for Coos trucking. In 1967 he started his own logging business in Coos Bay and later returned to Willamina. He remained in logging until 1979 when he began long haul trucking for Cascade Rolling Mill's out of McMinnville, Oregon. He briefly moved to Lafayette, Oregon before returning home to Willamina. He was able to continue trucking with a CDL until in 2013. We will miss Warren's quick wit, sense of humor, and his laugh that made us all laugh. His main hobbies were hunting deer and elk and monkey wrenching with his equipment.

He is survived by his three sons Loren, Lance and Bruce Greenlaw and one daughter JoDorine Farrell as well as nineteen grandchildren and twenty-five great grandchildren. He is also survived by his sister Marlene and brother-in-law Sam Bryant, Sister Margie Greenlaw and Brother Bill Greenlaw. He will also be missed by his nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be held at VFW hall in Willamina Saturday March 1st at 2:00PM.




Published in StatesmanJournal from Feb. 28 to Mar. 4, 2014