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Nathan Ray Ashley

July 8, 1971 February 13, 2019
Nathan Ray Ashley
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Nathan Ray Ashley passed away on February 13th, 2019 in McMinnville, Oregon. He was 47 years old. Nathan was born on July 8th, 1971 in Portland, Oregon to his parents Tim and Cheryl Ashley. His Father owns his own construction company and his Mother took care of the company’s office while raising him and his brothers.
Nathan was a graduate of Dayton High School in 1989 and worked various jobs from Retail to Security Guard. Most recently he had worked as a Certified Truck Driver where he was able to do what he loved most of all; to travel and explore the country.
Nathan was a very polite, loving, and adventurous person, and among other things, he enjoyed spending time with his family riding ATVs in the mountains and dunes, racing trucks around the Pacific Northwest, and taking long walks around town. He also enjoyed attending various Saturday markets and swap meets, working on computers, and watching movies in his spare time.
Nathan had a profound and often subtle impact on those who came into his life and he has left us with many thoughtful and joyful memories. He was a great son, brother, cousin, nephew, and uncle to his family.
Nathan was preceded in death by his mother, Cheryl, and is survived by his father Tim, step-mother Joyce, his four brothers Keith, Jason, John, and Tim JR, and all his nieces and nephews, all of whom will miss him tremendously.
A memorial service was held Monday, February 18th, 2019 at the Yamhill Carlton Pioneer Memorial Cemetery with his family and loved ones by his side.

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