Lucille E. Oberding

Portland, Oregon

1929 - 2017


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Lucille E. OberdingMay 18, 1929 - Oct. 13, 2017 Lucille Oberding was born May 18, 1929 in Portland, and died Oct. 13, 2017 in Portland, at the the age of 88. Lucille was a homemaker for many years then began working at Beavercreek Telephone Company. At the time of her retirement (1989), she had...

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In a former life Lucille welcomed me into her family. She was a great cook and we shared a love for John Wayne movies. I have memories of sharing the cabin at the lake with your family and cleaning out the barn while Wayne recuperated after his run in with a bull. Lisa, Toni and Brian please accept my condolences.

Dear Brian, Lisa and Toni, We are so sorry that you are going through this sadness of your Mom's passing. Know that it will get easier and you will temper the sadness with the joyful memories of fun times with her and the family. She will be with you in your heart forever. She was loved by all.
Jim and Ingrid

My deepest sympathy and condolences, she was a very sweet lady and will be missed.

Aunt Dolly and Uncle Johnny at my surprise birthday 12 years ago.

When your heart is empty, filling it with happy memories can help. If I can help at this time of sadness in any way, remember I am here. Cousin Joyce

Dear Brian, Lisa and Toni. The death of a parent can be devastating, but it can also bring a family together to share good/fun memories, I have some wonderful memories of family get-togethers from long ago. Aunt Dolly had a great laugh, wonderful sense of humor,was a great cook etc. Even though we have not been active w/the family, we will miss your Mom as much as we miss your Dad. They were a great pair! Prayers for all of you and dwell on the happy memories.
Roger, Phyllis, Ric, Jeff...

I am so sorry for the loss of your precious mom, Toni. She must have been a very amazing lady to have raised such a wonderful family. It's obvious from reading about her that she had a wonderful life, with many loved ones around her. Please accept my deep condolences, your high school friend Deb