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1966 Roger 2023

Roger Gabrielson

October 29, 1966 — July 15, 2023

 
Roger Douglas Gabrielson was born on October 29, 1966 in Walnut Creek, California and died on July 15, 2023 in Ocean Park, Washington. 
 
Roger graduated from Concord High School in Concord, California in 1985. He went on to work at Navlet's Garden Center from 1984 until his retirement in 2016. He worked in shipping and receiving as the team leader of the department. 
 
Roger is survived by his mother - Catherine Rinearson Gabrielson, Ocean Park, WA sister - Jill M. Johnson, Jennings Lodge, OR  - 3 niece's, Caitlin B. Dettloff, Las Vegas, NV, Nicole M. Johnson, Portland, OR,  Stephanie C. Johnson, Portland, OR - 1 nephew, Sean P. O'Keefe, Reno, NV. In addition,  Roger had 5 great niece's and 1 great nephew.
 
He was preceded in death by his father, Ronald C. Gabrielson and his brother Patrick C. Gabrielson.
 
Roger's personality and unique sense of humor will be missed by all. Roger made friends easily and kept them for life. Many of his friends go back to his early childhood days while growing up in Concord, CA. Shoutout to Elmhurst Lane.
 
After retiring in 2016, he left his beloved California behind and moved to Long Beach, WA to join his mother. Roger soon became his mother's primary caregiver, but not before they took several wonderful vacations and cruises together. Roger spent nearly every summer visiting family in both the Portland, OR and Ocean Park, WA area located on the Long Beach Peninsula. He cherished those childhood memories and enjoyed coming back to "the beach" to live with his beloved mother.
 
There will be no memorial service. 
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