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Robert Jasper Luttrell

Bob was born August 24, 1932 in St. Helens, Oregon.

His parents were Clyde Willie Luttrell and Alta Violet Mason. He was the fourth (first surviving) child of ten.

Bob served in Korea in the army. He was a company clerk.

Bob married Norma and had four children, Living son (1958 to current), Living daughter (1959 to current), Living daughter (1961 to current) and Living son (1963 to current).

Bob died in Yuma, Arizona on February 1, 2003 at the age of 70 years, 4 months, 8 days.

ClydeBobLeonard Fishing.jpg - 18346 Bytes Clyde, Bob, Leonard and a fisherman they met on the the west fork of the Millicoma River. The three had arrived to go steelhead fishing and the man told them them he'd been there for two hours and hadn't had a bite. Clyde and Bob decided to give it a try and Leonard went down to watch. On his first cast Clyde had a fish on and Leonard went back to the car to get his pole. The other man was still there and asked why he was getting his pole. Leonard replied that his Dad already had a fish on and the man grabbed his pole and within an hour all four had limited out. The man, who was from Coos Bay, learned how to fish for steelhead that day.

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This memorial bench and marker are at the Christian Church in St. Helens, Oregon.


Brother Leonard remembers that the two of them enjoyed deer hunting and steelhead fishing together.

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