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Donald Duane Twilligear Jr. June 8, 1967 - June 29, 2019

Donald Duane Twilligear Jr., 52, of Stanwood Washington, passed away June 29th, 2019, at Cascade Valley Hospital.

Donald was born June 8th, 1967, in San Jose, California, to Donald and Dorothy Twilligear.

He grew up in Tacoma, Wa, where he spent his childhood years, then later relocated to the 7 Lakes area of Stanwood, Washington, where he helped take care of his Father and Mother.

He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, fishing, crabbing, hunting, riding dirt bikes, playing guitar and going on long walks.

He is survived by his daughters, Jessica Walseth, and Lori Llewellyn, his grandkids, Madison Kennedy, Jacob Walseth, and Pearl Llewellyn, his sisters, Lana Hess, Sonya Luhrs, and Sheila Anderson, his brother in laws, Jim Luhrs, and John Anderson, and several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his father, Donald Twilligear and his mother, Dorothy Twilligear.

Condolences(13)

  1. Trina says

    Oh Donny you will be missed very much. I seen you from a distance the day before you left for heaven. I was driving to get on freeway and you were on the opposite side of the overpass. Wanted to turn around and go say hi to you, but was pressed for time. Thought to myself, he looks really handsome today. Dressed nice and all shaved and shined. Told myself I’ll make sure I stop next time well all I can say is I could of hugged you and talked with you one more time. Busy people sometimes miss out on lifes precious moments, and missing out on my chance that day was one of those moments. Love you forever Donny.

  2. Keith Senator says

    I only know of Donald through my conversations with Brian Moore. I wish I had the opportunity to meet him. Certainly there is more that can be done for people in the same situation. We cannot rely on the government to take care of folks. Everyone can do a little more. Rest in Peace Donald. May your story resonate with many, to spark change in our culture.

  3. Sonya says

    I miss you baby brother! I cannot believe you are gone. I wish I could of spoke to you that night at the hospital where I work. I will never forget you! I loved you so much❤️ RIP and I will see you one day.
    Your sister
    Sonya

  4. Sherry Edwards says

    Donald- You are remembered– <3

  5. Ali Pater says

    Donald, you always had a smile for me and a few minutes to talk even if you were on your way somewhere. I know you were having a rough few years, but I believe that Brian and I made a difference in your life by being your friends. I will dearly miss you my friend.

  6. Robb Olmstead says

    So sorry to see this man go so young.

  7. Tiffany Bearden says

    I am so sorry for your loss. Friendship is such a beautiful thing. What a blessing that he opened up to share his friendship with others. Prayers for his family, friends, and loved ones. May they find comfort knowing we will see him again.

  8. Marie Doneen says

    Donald, you lived the best life you knew how in your circumstances. I pray that you feel love and warmth and happiness. You touched so many lives. Even beyond your realization. You are missed.

  9. Marie Doneen says

    Donald, you lead the best life you knew how to with the difficult circumstances you had to bare. I pray you feel peace and warmth and loving souls all around you!

  10. Moothart says

    Rest In Peace Donald! Your soul touched many and your presence on this earth did wonders to those who loved you. All will hold your memories tightly….

  11. Debbie says

    Heaven gained another angel. Rest In peace Donald.

  12. Brian says

    I never knew you in life, Donald, but God always did. I pray you are now in Heaven, free of this world and its problem. Rest in peace.

  13. Brian Moore says

    I had met Donald only in the last few years, in theMarysville/Smokey Point area. Seeing a smile break out on his face always made me happy. Though he had a tough go of things, he was resilient and resourceful. I wish we had more time together, but I will remember him as a good guy and a friend. Life isn’t often fair, but we can look forward to a better place, and the peace that comes. I will miss you Donald.

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