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He also enjoyed tending to his roses, doing New York Times crosswords, and during his spare time, laughing with family and friends. Collins is survived by his beloved wife Mary Jane, his daughter Jean (Collins) Lasater (Gary), his sons Rick and Bill (Nancy), his step-children Gunnar Olson (Melissa) and Liv Freeby, and his grandchildren-Anne (Elizabeth) and Margaret Oscilia, Clayton, Matthew, Calvin, Zoe, and Claire Collins, Hannah and Paige Olson, and Johan and Anja Freeby. Rodrigues1931 -2019Frank passed away peacefully in his sleep on July 29, in Salem. Frank was not only a proud man but a brave man as well.
Donations may be made in Calvins honor to the Nature Conservancy, Planned Parenthood of the Willamette Valley, Death with Dignity, or Willamette Valley Hospice. At the age of 35 he decided to pack up his wife and children with basically nothing more than they could carry and made the long journey to a new and unfamiliar country. Even though he was in a new country and was not able to speak the language he was able to find work with West Foods and later with St. Frank enjoyed visiting with family and working with his hands on various projects but his true passion was being in his garden; to say he had a green thumb is an understatement.
Cal served a term as president of Illahe Hills Country Club and after retiring, spent 10 years volunteering with the Oregon Golf Association, rating golf courses all over Oregon and southern Washington.
Calvins greatest joys were his children, grandchildren, and attending hundreds of musical and sporting events over the last decade.
John Young; grandchildren Jack and Madison Young, as well as her sister, Janice Cartwright and husband Don Cartwright; daughter-in-law Helen Kirby and granddaughter, Rachel Kirby; sister-in-law Mary Jo Taylor and husband Tommy Taylor, and many other nieces and nephews.
At Williams he was Junior Phi Beta Kappa, president of Theta Delta Chi fraternity, and captain of the varsity lacrosse team.His roses were some of the most beautiful flowers ever seen.Frank will be remembered for his generous heart, warm smile, playful nature and his never ending stories. Frank is survived by three sons and one daughter: Manuel (Manny) of Beaverton, David of Anchorage, Olivia of Beaverton and Danny of Salem; grandchildren: Nicole, Alexis, Andre, Jacob; great grandchild: Tobias; sister Aida Xavier.He lived in Santa Clara, California until the age of 8, then his family moved to Milpitas, California.
There he attended Ayers High School and at the age of 17 enlisted in the Air Force.
He was predeceased by his wife and love of his life: Adelina Rodrigues; father: Manuel Fonseca; mother: Eugenia Rodrigues; sister: Maria Rodrigues.