Aloha Lee Hildebrand
1931 - 2020
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January 19, 1931 ˜ May 12, 2020

Aloha Lee Hildebrand was born in Washougal, Washington, January 19, 1931 to Theodore (Ted) and Honor Jenny of Washougal. Lee (as she preferred) lived most of her life in Washougal and was voted to be Valedictorian at her high school graduation.
Lee married George Hildebrand on Thanksgiving Day in 1956, a marriage that lasted 63 years.
Lee had worked for IBM and Crown Zellerbach as a key punch operator. In 1971, she started as bookkeeper for the newly formed Hildebrand Concrete Company and was a homemaker, accomplished seamstress, quilter and tole painter with a passion for many other crafts. She also loved to socialize with others in the community and had a very charismatic personality.
Lee is survived by husband, George Hildebrand; sons, Randy (Karen) Schafer and Rick (Jayne) Hildebrand; sister, Mildred (John) Knapp; four grandchildren, Rhonda Schafer, Becky (Jason) Evans, Paul (Krista) Hildebrand and Danielle Hildebrand; also four great-grandchildren, Maverick, Mackenzie, Kaylee and Adelyn.
There will be no memorial service due to the Covid19 restrictions, however please sign the guestbook and leave thoughts and comments at and

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Published in The Columbian on May 19, 2020.
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May 21, 2020
Lee was a very dear friend and we are very saddened by her loss. She was a special lady and will always be in our hearts. We had many great times getting together with Lee and George over the years and will cherish those memories. Our thoughts go out to George as he goes through this difficult time.

James and Martha Craig
May 20, 2020
To the entire Hildebrand family, our sincere condolences for your loss. Lee was a wonderful person and close friend to our parents, Donald and Maxine Krebs. She will be greatly missed.
The Krebs Family
May 20, 2020
Our Sincere Sympathy. Lee was so very nice to us and will miss her.
Chuck & Betty Lou Barber
May 19, 2020
Rick and Jayne, sorry for your loss
Janice MacArthur
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