Bryan O. Stockdale

Born: Mon., Jul. 11, 1949
Died: Mon., May 18, 2020

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Bryan O. Stockdale 70, of Dale, Oregon died Monday, May 18, 2020 at his home. He was born July 11, 1949 in Los Angles, California.

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Gay Stockdale
   Posted Sun May 24, 2020
I am so sad to hear this. Bryan is my cousin.We were so close as kids but drifted apart as life took us to other places. I will always treasure the memories of all of our adventures! You were a true hero and served your country above and beyond the call of duty. Rest In Peace dear Bryan. You were loved far more than you realized. Prayers of comfort going up for all of the family.

Stan Weaver
   Posted Tue May 26, 2020
Bryan rest in peace, you will be missed, but never forgotten .
Thank you for your service.

Kay Phillips
   Posted Tue May 26, 2020
Bryan was a childhood friend and classmate of mine. We shared mutual cousins and felt like we were cousins too. His cousin Gay, Bryan and I often visited their Nana at her apartment or went to play in the basement of the Vista/OK Theatre which she owned, where we roller skated and played hide and seek.

Bryan was a good athlete playing football and wrestling. He qualified for State his senior year. He was a trusted friend to me all during our "growing up years".

Like many of our classmates Bryan chose to join the service upon graduation. He became a decorated Green Beret. He did not like to talk about his tour of duty, but I did read about some of his tour in a book (SOG) about the commandos in Viet Nam. Bryan is mentioned specifically It was humbling, frightening, and inspirational to learn about some of his experiences.

Bryan your friends in the EHS class of 67 will miss you, you will always be a respected and much loved friend! You are our hero!

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