Arley Owen Page

Arley Owen Page U.S. Veteran

Wasco, Ore.

April 20, 1923 - February 8, 2015

Arley Owen Page was born on April 20, 1923 in Brushy Knob, Missouri to Richard and Mable (Bordner)Page. He grew up in Brushy Knob Missouri and lived in Oregon for the remainder of his life. He served as a Sharpshooter in the Army during the World War II earning a purple heart fighting with the Blue Devils 88th Infantry Division and spent twenty months in the Italian Theatre. One of Arley’s most cherished memories is marching through Rome with Italians throwing confetti from their window as American soldiers marched through.
After the war he lived in Portland, Oregon and worked for Union Pacific Railroad as a Section Foreman later moving to Biggs Junction Railroad Section and retiring in Wasco, Oregon. Arley enjoyed hunting, camping and fishing.
He is survived by his brother, Tom Page of Ava, Missouri and wife Kathryn Nadine of 69 years. They had four children: Richard and his wife Sandra Kay, Edwin and his wife Diane, Arla and her husband Ken Melzer and Kathy Broadwater; eight grandchildren, nine great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren and three step grandchildren.
A graveside service will be held Saturday, February 28th at Moro Cemetery at 12:00 p.m. No flowers please. Memorials may be made to The Dalles Oregon Veterans Home Attn: Activities Department 700 Veterans Drive, The Dalles, OR 97058.


joeyalsup 3 years, 11 months ago

Uncle Arley, My favorite uncle. Sorry I didnt get to say good bye. I never forget the memories, all the stories, walking the tracks. The picture is how I want and did remember you. Always, laughing and cutting up. I hope to see you again someday and tell mom and dad hello. RIP Uncle Arley, Love You..Joey P.S. I have been listening to Conway Twitty , he was before his time, I get it.


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