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Duane Gasaway

Sparks, Nv, Nevada

Age 73

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Duane Gasaway Sparks, NV - Duane Harold Gasaway, 73, of Sparks, NV passed peacefully in Reno, NV December 23, 2020. He was the son of Harold and Eileen Gasaway of Battle Ground, WA. Duane was a wonderful, loyal, supportive husband, father, and friend. He will be sorely missed. His life was...

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Duane was a good friend, a talented professional and dedicated family man. We worked together in the early 80s in Reno for a number of years and his focus was always on what was in the best interest of the citizens and community. I always his forthrightness, commitment and sincerity. A true friend is missed.

Duane was a classmate at Battle Ground Jr. and Sr. High School. He and his wife, Susan, and I became really good friends later on. I knew Duane to be a gentle soul who never had an unkind word against anyone. He was a loving husband and father. I miss my friend but rejoice that he is free from physical distresses and now resides in a heavenly home.

When one’s best friend dies, it might seem that a part of yourself has gone away with him. That is the way I feel about Duane who I have known since the third grade. We have been friends ever since. One exception to that was when we had a fistfight in the eighth grade. During the contest I did not see him as a friend, nor when I had to go to school with a black eye. Lol!!
In later years we often rode motorcycles together. At times we would meet for breakfast; he riding...

duane took me and my sister fishing and i remember almost falling in he always also had great advise and had the best jokes between him and my grandpa charlie it is very unfortunate for him to pass but god may rest his soul and his spirit live forever

I met Duane in law school. We argued murder cases in the school cafe. We argued politics a whole lot. We had many a lunch at Troy's Greek Restaurant, where we also "discussed" the ways of the world. We were able to agree that greek chicken salads were the best, and he would always call Susan to see if she wanted one too. Duane was a gentlemen. He was one of my best friends. After law school, I was called to the ministry. Before leaving San Diego for Wyoming to minister there, I flew...

I had the pleasure of being Duane’s hair stylist. What I loved the most was hearing his stories of being a veteran, and learning exactly what it means to be a veteran. An incredible unyielding love of ones country. I now have a better understanding and respect for those that have served. Thank you Duane for your kindness, and knowledge. You will be missed.