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Rodney Steven Erickson
November 8, 1970–July 16, 2019
   

Rodney Steven Erickson, 48, of Sweet Home, Oregon passed away Tuesday, July 16, in Philomath. He was born November 8, 1970 in Lebanon, the son of James Richard-Newton and Shirley R. (Mahan) Erickson.

Rod lived in New Mexico, Colorado, LaPine, Bend, and made his home in Sweet Home.

Rodney was worked hard to provide for his family as a traveling millwright and was currently working in Philomath.

Rodney Erickson

 

 

He loved hunting, fishing, and garage sales. He was a member and a deacon at Harvest Christian Center. He was a man of God, a fisher of men. He saw good in everyone and brought out the best in them.

Rodney was a kind, loving person who gave out compliments, smiles, hugs, and love freely.

He was survived by spouse Mandi Moore; mother Shirley Erickson; children Bobby Erickson, Lisa Erickson, and Tina Erickson; siblings Jim Erickson, Rick Erickson, Tom Erickson, Luke Erickson, Eric Erickson, Becky Moore, and Josh Erickson; and two grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his father.

A celebration of life will be at 1:00 p.m., Saturday, August 10, at Sunnyside Park.

Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling arrangements.

   
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