Roy Edwin Vallad
Sweet Home Funeral Chapel
1443 Long St
Sweet Home, OR

Roy Edwin Vallad

November 3, 1944 - October 16, 2021

Roy Edwin Vallad, 76, of Sweet Home passed away Saturday, October 16th. He was born in Lebanon to Len and Ethel Belle (Lutton) Vallad. Roy was a family man first, God-loving and hard-working throughout his life.

He graduated from Sweet Home High School in 1963 where he'd played on the baseball team, ran track and served as co-manager for the basketball team. After school, Roy lived in Michigan briefly before serving in the Army (1964 - 1969) as an Ordinance Supply Specialist and Sharpshooter training.

Roy worked for a short time at Boeing Plant in Renton, Washington before returning to Sweet Home where he raised his family and worked in the timber industry, primarily at Willamette Industries Plywood Mill and as a Union rep. before retiring from the Weyerhaeuser Sawmill in Foster. Roy went on to work part-time at the Sweet Home Community Center. He had attended the Long Street Church of Christ and the previous Freedom Hill Church.

His greatest joys were his family and being outdoors. He spent much of his free time hiking, gold panning, hunting, fishing, and gardening, to all of which he welcomed his family and friends to join him.

Roy is survived by his wife Patricia Ann (Thompson) Vallad; daughters: Tanya Vallad and Trisha (Craig) Wilson with former wife, Karen Frachiseur; brother: Larry Vallad; sister Connie Hackworth; seven step-children and their families: Tamara (James) McCorkhill, Trudi Bergevin Sharp, Derrek (Kelli) Bergevin, Frances (Jedson) Smith, Patricia (Jon) Yother, Leland Bergevin, Craig (Lacey) Bergevin.

A memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, October 30th at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Sweet Home followed by and inurnment with Military Honors at Gilliland Cemetery.

Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling arrangements.

Published by Albany Democrat-Herald from Oct. 19 to Oct. 27, 2021.
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So sorry Pat glad he´s in a much better place now. All our love to you and his loved ones we aren´t here right now but will be soon
Ken and Sally Rasmussen
October 22, 2021
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