Alan J. Endicott

Born: Wed., May 28, 1958
Died: Thu., Apr. 10, 2014

Celebration of Life

3:00 PM Sat., Apr. 26, 2014
Location: Pendleton Elks Lodge 288

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Alan Joseph Endicott

May 28, 1958 – April 10, 2014


Alan Joseph (AJ) Endicott, age 55, passed away peacefully in his sleep of unknown causes on April 10, 2014.  He was born May 28, 1958 in Waukegan, IL to parents, Alan L. & Nancy Endicott. 

We, his sons, are writing his obituary to honor our father’s memory.  He was a man of integrity & many skills, one of which was raising us as a single father, with help from grandpa & grandma over the years.  He was carpenter who insisted on “perfection with every job” and raised us to do the same in everyday life.  Dad was a member of the Pendleton Eagles Lodge and volunteered for many activities there, his favorite being the annual Easter Egg Hunt.

Our dad was raised in Baker City, Oregon, graduating from Baker High School in 1976, where he was an outstanding athlete.  He loved sports, especially baseball and some of his fondest memories are playing high school sports and baseball with the Pendleton Outlaws Team with his many good “40 & Over” friends.  Many of his years were spent teaching us and our friends sports’ fundamentals and coaching our football, basketball and baseball teams.  He was a mentor/father figure to many young men and had just begun helping coach his “special buddy” Buck Weilert’s Little League team, which made him happy and the team will miss him.

Dad was pre-deceased by: his father, grandparents, several cousins and two uncles.  He’s survived by us, Jason, Nic, Christopher (Lacey); his mother; brothers Doug (Sandy) and Tim (Tina); grandchildren Chloe and Karson; nephew Chase (Corrin and children); niece Allison; “adopted” sons, Buck Weilert and Mitch Schneider; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and many good friends.

Our dad was a wonderful friend/father/son/brother/uncle and mentor.  We are so thankful for the time we had with him and for the values he instilled in our lives while having fun hunting, fishing, camping, mushrooming, playing sports, or just “hanging out”.  We are missing him so much.  He is gone, but never forgotten by all who knew him.  We love you, Dad.  Rest In Peace!

Celebration of Life is being held on Saturday, April 26, 2014, at 3pm at the Pendleton Elks Club with dinner following.  In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Jason or Nic Endicott in care of Burns Mortuary in Pendleton, Oregon, to help pay final expenses.  Online condolences may be shared with the family at 

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