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Harry Deloss Rodenbough


Last updated 7/15/2020 at 11:03pm

Harry Deloss Rodenbough

Harry Deloss Rodenbough passed away peacefully in his sleep at his home on June 25, 2020.

Harry was born in Seattle on Sept. 30, 1943 to William Elton and Winifred (Buchanan) Rodenbough.

He graduated from Harrington High School and afterwards went into the U.S. Navy where he served his country for four years. For part of his military career he was deployed to Vietnam and served as a helicopter mechanic. He was honorably discharged in 1966.

Deloss always had a love for horses.

He raised and worked with horses for the remainder of his life. He did farrier work and outside training for others, passing along his knowledge and love of horses to those he came in contact with. He was passionate about photography; he loved the outdoors and raised his children to appreciate it as well. Later in life he took on the challenge of building silver mounted spurs and bits. He enjoyed being around family and sharing stories and memories.

He is survived by his brother, Wayne; two sisters, Lavonne and Karen; his children, Crista Missick, Jesse Rodenbough, Matt Rodenbough, Luke Rodenbough and Wyatt Rodenbough; daughter-in-law, Karen Rodenbough; grandchildren, C.J. Miller, Jordan Miller, Logan Rodenbough, Sierra Missick, Rowan Rodenbough; granddaughter-in-law, Joy Miller; and great-grandson, Leyton Miller.

A celebration of life will be at 1 p.m. July 18, 2020, at 120 S Bartholomew St., Medical Lake, Wash., 99022.


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