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Wesley Dale Rhodes

Olympia, Washington

1962 - 2016

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Wesley (Wes) Dale Rhodes Wesley (Wes) Rhodes passed away at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, WA on February 20, 2016. Wes was born on November 17, 1962 in Olympia, WA. Wes worked in the building industry for 35 years building custom homes and commercial buildings. Wes spent his life racing...

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Something reminded me of you so I looked you up. I'm very sorry for your loss. Take care and I hope you're able to enjoy those grandbabies.

I am sorry for your loss. I have 2000 and his 2002 car #6 pictures with his status on back and signed on each of them if u want them please call me at 360 496-4204 Morton wa my name is Diana

Cindy, Daryll and I are so sorry to hear about Wes, he will be sorely missed by all that knew him . Daryll loved working on the race car with him and the rest of the guy's.It was a honor just knowing him and his family.

We are so sorry that we didn't know Wes, as he must have been a very special man! He will be missed by all who knew him, especially his close family members. We offer our deep condolences for your loss.

Wes.... what can I say other than what a great man he was. I worked on several jobs a few years back with Wes and he was always smiling and always on the move. I am sad to hear of his passing and extend my condolences and deepest sympathies to the family and to all those whose lives Wes touched.

First of all, so very sorry to all of the family left behind. I am wondering if Wes went to Garfield elementary in Olympia. I had a boy in my 4th grade class with the same name. Again, so sorry to all of you. Keep his memories close in your heart. Jill bracy brown

We are so sorry for your loss Nancy and Ed. We remember Wes as a very young boy and was so very kind. RIP Wes. Love to all the family. Dennis & Ruthanne VonBargen.

Most people's lives are unique and evoke special memories to each individual because of their particular relationship. Then their are precious guys like Wes that actually transcend a number of different relational categories in their life. Kathy and I along with our daughters were blessed to know Wes in a number of ways. Yes, racing was the widest relationship however, Wes was a huge family orientated man, popular beyond compare among his racing "family," and certainly with the...

Wes was always happy, loving, and friendly. He will be greatly missed. The world is a little darker without his light