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Gary Dee Todd, Sr.
February 14, 1947 ~ August 23, 2023 (age 76) 76 Years Old
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Gary D Todd, 76, passed away from cancer at his home in Ocean Park, WA on August 23, 2023. Born in Portland, Oregon on February 14th, 1947 he was the eldest child of Darold and Bonnie Todd.
Gary graduated from Marshall High School, before enlisting in the United States Marine Corps and marrying his sweetheart, (Mary Diede) in 1965. They raised their 2 children in Rockwood and upon retirement they moved to their beach home in Ocean Park, WA.
Gary was a member of the #3602 Ocean Park Eagles and Moose Lodge #2362, where he enjoyed playing Texas Hold’em and socializing with friends.
Gary Senior will be remembered for his love of the beach, fishing, the Seattle Seahawks and spending time with his family. He was preceded in death by his beloved Mary to whom he was married for 54 years.
Gary is survived by his mother Bonnie, son Gary D Todd Jr. (Tracy) and daughter Deana M Nimz (James). Four Grandchildren, Darren Nimz, Shelby Todd, Lauren Todd, Chelsea (Nimz) Brooks. 3 Great Grandsons Rhome Brooks, Jaxson Brooks and Séamus Todd Turner.
Arrangements by Riverview Abbey~
Thursday, August 31, 2023 at Riverview Abbey Mausoleum
Viewing from 11:00am-Noon
Entombment with Military Honors at 12:00pm- Cherry Blossom Corridor
A gathering of friends and family with light refreshments to follow at 1:30pm at 410 W. Dartmouth St. Gladstone, OR 97027
We would love to take this time to visit with family and friends and celebrate both Gary & Mary. Please feel free to bring pictures and memories to share.