Warren Calvin Levecke passed away on April 11, 2022 at the age of 97 in Mount Angel, Oregon. He was born October 17, 1924 in Warren, Oregon to Max Emil and Teckla Levecke.
Warren had one brother, Theodore, and two sisters, Louise and Elise. All have passed on. His wife Audrey Havens Levecke preceded him in death in 2010 after 56 years of marriage. He is survived by two children, Jerry of Minneapolis, Minnesota and Connie of Moscow, Idaho, five grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren.
When Warren was two his family moved to Clatskanie where he attended school and graduated in 1943. After graduation he joined the Navy and spent time in the South Pacific during WWII.
Following his discharge he spent two years at Multnomah College. Warren is a graduate of Seattle University with a BS in Science degree. He later attended OHSU
in Clinical Laboratory Science.
He served 20 years in the Army Reserve Medical Service Corps. He was employed at Silverton Hospital for 35 years as Chief of Laboratory Services. Following retirement he served with the Navy Military Sealift Command in the Gulf war.
He was a charter member of the Silverton Kiwanis, a member of Silverton Lions, Silverton Masonic Lodge #45, Salem Scottish Rite, American Legion Post 68 of Clatskanie, and a member of the Silverton Methodist Church.
Warren was buried at the Valley View Cemetery in Silverton. A private family memorial will be held later this summer.