Arlie Lane

Arlie D. Lane

Monday, December 21st, 1953 - Saturday, July 27th, 2019
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Arlie Doran Lane born December 21, 1953 in Torrance, California. He went to his Heavenly home on July 27, 2019 surrounded in love by family at his home in Hood River, Oregon.

Arlie was born one of six children to Allen and Arlene Lane. Arlie learned his work ethic at an early age from his father in the asphalt business. Arlie would go on to own his own paving companies thru the years until his failing health forced retirement. Arlie passed on his hard work ethic, knowledge of the business and courtesy to customers to his four sons. Along with his boys many of his grandchildren have also worked at his side.

Arlie spent his off-time fishing. He made sure all of his children and grandchildren carried on that love of fishing. They spent every May together at a catfishing tournament in Clearlake, California. He shared many stories of all the massive fish and great friendship he made over the years. He was honored to receive the first annual Clearlake Catfish Derby Family Award on his last trip this May.

Arlie fell in love with Mary Cheateaux in August of 1971 and they were married one year later and would have celebrated their 47th year together this August. Arlie and Mary enjoyed evening walks on the pier, fishing, motorcycle riding and being involved in their church. Above all else they just enjoyed being together.

In 1975 they began their family of four boys and later moved to Hood River, Oregon. In 1993 he became affectionately known as “Papa” and the family flourished. Papa welcomed everyone into his home with a special “hey kid” greeting. He was at his happiest when surrounded by family at Christmas, birthdays and other family events.

He will be dearly missed by everyone he came in contact with. His smile, his laugh and his handshake is who he was.

He was welcomed into Heaven by his dad (Allen Lane), mom (Arlene Lane), two brothers (Dale Lane & Jeffrey Lane) and one sister (Peggy Lane). Arlie is survived by his wife, Mary; sons, Jeremy Lane, Josh Lane (and wife, Nancey), Jared Lane (and wife, Maranda) and Justin Lane (and wife, Susan); sixteen grandchildren, Kirsten (and her mother, Amber), Mercedes, Michael, Max, Martika, Noah, Audrey, Amethyst, Christopher, Justin Jr., Alexis, Domenic, Ezra, Caspean, Timothy and Dylan; four great grandchildren, Matthew, Cash, and two on the way; sisters Jane Crane and Cheryl Briscoe.

The family wishes to thank Heart of Hospice, Home Health, Hood River Dialysis and his team of doctors, nurses and caregivers.

A time for friends to visit with family and view will be from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Thursday, August 1st at Anderson's Tribute Center (1401 Belmont Avenue, Hood River, Oregon 97031).

Arlie’s funeral is planned for 10:00 a.m., Friday, August 2nd at Hood River Church of Christ (1512 Tucker Road) graveside rites will follow at Idlewilde Cemetery of Hood River.

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  • Visitation

    Thursday, August 1st, 2019 | 4:00pm - 7:00pm
    Thursday, August 1st, 2019 4:00pm - 7:00pm
    Anderson's Tribute Center
    1401 Belmont Ave.
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  • Service

    Friday, August 2nd, 2019 | 10:00am
    Friday, August 2nd, 2019 10:00am
    Church of Christ
    1512 Tucker Road
    HOOD RIVER, OR 97031
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  • Interment

    Idlewilde Cemetery
    980 Tucker Rd.
    HOOD RIVER, OR 97031
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Denise Bennett Jenson

Posted at 06:07pm
My memories of Arlie are when Mary and him met and married. I remember all the fun times we had with the youth at Hawthorne Church of Christ. Arlie was very kind and gentle. I remember how excited he was to marry his sweetheart. My brother and I were in the wedding. Arlie loved Mary and his family so much. I rejoice in the knowledge that Arlie is with the Lord and his family members now.
With much love
Denise Bennett Jenson

Cheryl Briscoe

Posted at 05:12pm
First of all I want to thank God for giving me the privilege and honor of giving me Arlie as my brother. Arlie had a great big heart, One of the many things I loved about him was his sense of Humor! He was always joking and teasing and making people laugh. My brother was big on his family. I am very appreciative of the way he was there for the passing of our Mom and Dad as well as our brother Dale. Arlie would drive a long distance to go visit our brother Dale and take him different places. and I am so grateful that he stayed with Dale during the time he was passing away from cancer. Arlie enjoyed his asphalt paving business. He was a
hard worker. He took pride in his work and it showed The people he worked with loved him for his honesty and his quality of work . My brother Arlie was the best fisherman! He loved to fish! our dad taught him and myself to love it. I remember him bugging our Mom to drive him to Alandra park to fish almost every day in the summer when he was young. Our Mom would be livid at him for asking her to take him. He caught the biggest cat fish I have ever seen! We spent many good times around the dinner table together! which was always special and fun. Arlie loved to eat good food! I loved hanging around him when he cooked his steaks! He would always give me some of his steak he was excellent at cooking and barbecuing meats. I have another memory that always makes me happy when I think about it. Every summer on the fourth of July he was big on fireworks and he would buy a great big box! we would make homemade ice cream. Our Dad had I believe it was an antique old wooden ice cream maker. We would all take turns cranking the machine, it was a lot of work and effort, but that was the best tasting ice cream! my brother Arlie Loved his boys and instilled the love of fishing camping, hunting motorcycle riding. he was a great Dad and he was blessed with many Grand kids. He was so proud of them and loved them all so much! and many love to fish as well! Arlie was also a good husband and provider. He and Mary were young when they married. Arlie and Mary had their share of ups and downs, but the toughed it out and have been married for many years. I remember he loved buying and doing special things for Mary. I also want to thank Mary for being there for Arlie and taking care him. It means a lot to me You did everything. My heart and prayers go out to you during this difficult time. I know your heart is broken with a giant empty whole in it. Take it day by day and you will eventually find joy again. I know the kids will take care of you when you need it. Remember we are all here on this earth for a reason. we have things to do while we are here. Our timing is not his timing but his is perfect. I want to say I"m sorry for not being there. I want to send my love to Mary and her family

Love Cheryl

Jaimee Simmons

Posted at 06:15pm
He was truly a great man, One of a kind. I am so very sorry for your loss Lane family,,

Love Jaimee

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