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Gary Lee Lindquist

11/06/1949 - 01/16/2018

Obituary for Gary Lee Lindquist

Longtime Boring resident, Gary Lindquist, passed away at his home with his family by his side on Tuesday, January 16, 2018. He was 68 years old.

A funeral service will be held 11:00 AM, Monday, January 22, 2018, at Imago Dei Community 1302 SE Ankeny St, Portland, OR 97214. Private Burial will follow at Willamette National Cemetery.

Gary Lee Lindquist was born November 6, 1949, in Portland, Oregon to Fred and Caroline Lindquist who passed away while he was still young. He was raised by Dick and Marylou Peznecker in the Portland area and graduated from Marshall High School. He married Janet on September 7, 1974, and then went to OIT where he received his bachelor degree in mechanical engineering. In 1980 they moved to Boring where they raised their three children. For most of his working career, he owned and operated L&L Fabrication and Machining. He later ran and operated a small fabrication shop out of his personal residence, which is where he worked until he passed.

Gary enjoyed riding and restoring British motorcycles and taking cruises with Janet in their later years.
Survivors include his wife, Janet; daughter, Linsea; sons, Nathan and Seth; and 5 grandchildren Jacob, Lucy, John, Levi, and Olive.
His Mother, Marylou Peznecker, Brothers, Dan Peznecker, and Wayne Lindquist, and sister, Jeri Livingston

Services

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Jan

Funeral Service

11:00 AM
Imago Dei Community
1302 SE Ankeny Street
Portland, OR 97214
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Troy and Lisa Sweet of Molalla. Oregon January 19, 2018 We can't even begin to understand the depth of what you are going thru right now but offer you our prayers and deepest condolences. Much love to you all.
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Tim & Joyce Schindler of Newport, OR January 21, 2018 We would like to share how Gary touched our lives for so many years. First of all he is a great friend of the family that would be there wanting to help in anyway he can. He was also a great businessman, with all of his knowledge he didn’t hesitate to step up and help us start our own business which we are grateful for. But most of all we will always remember Gary as one of the family. He is the one that would always make you laugh with his quick responses along with his imagination and adding his animation Gary would almost always leave you in tears. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family during this difficult time. Tim & Joyce Schindler
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Dave Diddens of Warren, Oregon January 22, 2018 So sorry to hear this I just found out this morning. Gary was a dear friend. He helped me start my business 25 years ago. He was a very kind man and I know he is in a better place. I will miss him. Dave Diddens
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Lori & Chuck Amato of Happy Valley, Or January 23, 2018 Chuck and I would like to offer our condolences. We had every intention I was being at Gary's service to celebrate his life when I ended up sick... I thought the world of Gary and think that of you Janet. I have very fond memories of taking guitar lessons with Gary when I was a teenager, a long time ago. My prayer today for you and your family is that God keeps His arms wrapped around you and your family in your hour of need. God bless you all
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Barb Layton of Salem, Ohio January 24, 2018 I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. May the words in Ps. 147:3 give you hope and comfort.
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