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Ted Eurick

08/04/1967 - 10/18/2019

Obituary for Ted Eurick

The World lost some sunshine and laughter on October 18, 2019, when Henry “Ted” Eurick III, loving husband, father, and son succumbed to a battle with lung cancer at the age of 52.

Ted was born on August 4th 1967, in Portland, Oregon. He graduated from Colton High School in 1985. He was the proud father of Henry T. Eurick IV, 25 and Ravyn Marie Eurick, 15 as well as Kitty, the beloved family cat. He met and later married his wife, Rebekah Eurick on March 22,2018.

Ted was a talented carpenter with a smile that would light any room. He was at his happiest surrounded by family, on a motorcycle, camping or fishing. He spent sixteen of his 52 years in Hawaii building everything from houses to highrises, where his big heart and big laugh endeared him to the small community in which he lived. Ted’s passion for motorcycles started at a young age and eventually lead him to find extended family in the Fraternal Organization of the Midnight Riders of Hawaii, where he was a Charter Member. Ted was known for his quick wit, contagious laughter and genuine compassion for others.

Ted was preceded in death by Sandra L. Sessler. He is survived by wife, Rebekah, children Henry and Ravyn, parents, H.Ted Eurick Jr. and Kaye Eurick along with siblings Angela Baker, Greg Rose and Danny Dougherty.

A funeral service will be held on Saturday, October 26, 2019 at the Estacada Funeral Chapel at 3pm.

Should friends desire, memorial contributions can be sent to one of Ted’s favorite charitable organizations.

Toys for Tots Hawaii
or
ABay Kitties

Services

26
Oct

Funeral Service

03:00 PM
Estacada Funeral Chapel
110 W. 1st Street
Estacada, OR 97023
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I've known Teddy since he was a young boy, his Dad & mine best friends & Ted and my young brother born only 20 days apart & they grew up good friends...the thing is, Ted took time to come visit, the most cherished gift you can give, is your time. His surprise visit always welcomed with some good laughs & memories. He came to visit last summer when my brother was in town, even going through the struggle but he looked strong & we had such a good time. A big man with an easy way and fun laughter...he will be missed dearly. Love & condolences to family who by lifelong friendship is family.
- Jane Aregger

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