Hello Loved Ones,

I'm sorry to say that Bradford Riddle, my father, passed away 6/30/2022.

We are holding a few events for family and friends to remember him together.

[Day 7/8/2022]

What: Viewing

Why: For family and close ones that weren't able to visit him before his passing.

When: 11am - 1:30pm  

Where: (Funeral Home) Fuiten, Rose & Hoyt 2308 Pacific Ave, Forest Grove, OR 97116

What: Graveside Service

Why: Main service to remember Brad.

When: 2pm

Where: Forest View Cemetery, 1161 SW Pacific Ave, Forest Grove, OR, United States

What: Reception

Why: Relax/Refresh with everyone a bit.

When: Post-Graveside Service

Where: (Funeral Home) Fuiten, Rose & Hoyt 2308 Pacific Ave, Forest Grove, OR 97116

[Day 7/9/2022]

What: Celebration of Life

Why: For those unable to attend Graveside Service / Spiritual community.

When: Food is 1230pm - 130pm, with a service afterwards.

Where: (Mid-valley Fellowship) Silverton Foursquare Church, 606 N 2nd St, Silverton, OR, United States


Latest Info/Gifts: https://www.givesendgo.com/G3EX2

Official Obituary/Flowers/Comments: https://www.fuitenrosehoyt.com/obituaries/Bradford-J-Riddle?obId=25276759



Bradford J. Riddle, 63, a resident of the Salem community, passed away on Thursday, June 30, 2022, at his residence.

BRADFORD JOHN RIDDLE was born April 15, 1959, in Portland, Oregon, the son of the late John Lawrence Riddle and JoAnne (Closner) Riddle. He was raised and received his education in Portland, having been a graduate of Grant High School Class of 1977. Following his high school graduation, Brad attended Western Baptist College in Salem, having received a bachelor’s degree in business management.
He was united in marriage to Janice P. Hale on November 19, 1983, in the Kern Park Christian Church in Portland, Oregon. They celebrated their 38th Wedding Anniversary this past November. Following their marriage they moved to the Salem community, where they have resided since.

Brad worked as a computer analyst for Oregon Department of Veterans Affairs for sixteen years, until he left to start a business before retiring.

He was an active member of Mid-Valley Fellowship in Silverton since 2018 where he was considered a counselor and loving father to many. A Celebration of Life for Bradford will be included in the Saturday service on July 9 at 12:00 noon, Silverton Foursquare Church, 606 North 2nd Street, Silverton, Oregon, 97381.

Among his special interests, Brad enjoyed cooking, camping with his family, and projects around the house.

He was preceded in death by his parents, John and JoAnne Riddle.

Survivors include his wife, Jannie Riddle, of the family home in Salem, Oregon; his three sons and a daughter-in-law, Thomas “Tom” Riddle, of Salem, Oregon; Robert “Robbie” and Emanuela Riddle, of Salem, Oregon and Matthew “Matt” Riddle, of Salem, Oregon as well as his two brothers, Doug Riddle, of Portland, Oregon and Jeff Riddle, of Eugene, Oregon.

Also surviving are several cousins.

The family suggests that remembrances may be sent as contributions to the following account online in his memory: https://www.givesendgo.com/G3EX2