Layne Gordon "Wrong Way" Decknadel
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LAYNE "WRONG WAY" GORDON DECKNADEL
June 25, 1959 ~ February 28, 2015

Layne passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, February 28th of natural causes. He was born in Vancouver ,WA and graduated from Columbia River High School in 1977.
Layne married the love of his life, Becky, on August 8, 2009 and together shared many wonderful times together. He loved camping and dirt bike riding in Bend, Oregon with his family and friends. Layne was always mechanically inclined and of course became a fabulous mechanic. He worked for many years at Ron's Automotive & RV. Layne was always quick to help anyone out and was always just a phone call away. To those who knew him he will forever be missed dearly.
He is survived by his wife, Becky; daughter, Tiffany Decknadel; step-daughter, Shianna Ames; step-son, Bradley Ames; grandsons, Ayden Decknadel and Miles Ames; his father, Arnold Decknadel; brother, Rick Decknadel; sisters, Patricia Astor and Melissa Goin; his best friend, Kurt Anderson; and numerous nieces and nephew and extended family.
His family invites you to join them in celebrating Layne's life on March 7, 2015 at the Luepke Senior Center located at 1009 E. McLoughlin Blvd. in Vancouver from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Please sign Layne 's Guest Book at www.columbian.com/obits.

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Published in The Columbian on Mar. 5, 2015.
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11 entries
March 23, 2015
If there was an award for being the top of your trade and having the skills to be exceptional with people you would be a permanent recipient.
You possessed a degree of kindness, genuine nature, and consideration of others that made you the best at what you did.
Your departure is a hard one to take. Mostly because we could use a million more people like you to be an example to the rest of us for how to live.
I know I speak for many when I say, we benefited from crossing paths with you. Thank you Layne.
Steven Fox-Middleton
March 13, 2015
You were always awesome and so helpful, anytime any of us had any questions about our cars or were confused about a service, you explained things so it could be understand. We were devastated to hear you were gone!
RIP Layne.
Deb Hopkins (Mother), Drake Hopkins (Son), Cody Rimer (Drake'a best friend)
March 10, 2015
RIP Wrong Way Layne! You will be missed with all those great stories and all that mechanical stuff in that brilliant mind. Thanks for helping and advising during and after the Jones Creek Trail Riders years. Chili dogs will never be better than Hangover Scrambles chili dogs. I guess we know who's doing the cooking in heaven now. Rest in peace friend!
Bill Hutchens
March 9, 2015
We will miss Layne, he always worked on our 68 mustang with Tony. Whenever we called he knew who we were just by our voice and was so friendly every time we went to Ron's RV. Our prays are with his family.
Steve & Cece Wanke
March 7, 2015
I met Layne when i went to work for BG products he was a person that could make you laugh so sorry for the familys lost he truly will be missed
Mark Renn
March 6, 2015
My heart goes out to Layne's family. He was a good and honest man
Edy Lanphere
March 6, 2015
My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.
A. H.
March 5, 2015
My condolences to Layne's family. I have many great memories of Layne and will really miss a super great guy.
Greg German
March 5, 2015
Layne Was A good friend and co-worker. He brought laughter and a positive outlook to tough situations. He Will be greatly missed by all that knew him.
Michael King
March 5, 2015
God, Please wrap your arms around Becky and her family and give them peace and comfort. Layne, was a very special man and took care of his loved ones. He will be missed.
Bill and Ruth Straw
March 5, 2015
I will always remember what you taught me. You are missed by so many people thanks for being a great man to my aunt and to everybody that knew you. Rip uncle I love you
Richard Oliver
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