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Milo Dralle Memorial
Milo Dralle Memorial

Milo Dralle

Milo Dralle

Monday, February 15th, 2021

Milo Duane Dralle, beloved husband, father, brother, grandfather, and great-grandfather passed away peacefully at his home, after making his final round checking on his cattle.

Milo, age 82 was born in Gayville, South Dakota, the 13th of 14 children, born to Clarence and Hulda Dralle.  In 1947 the family moved to Bellingham, Washington.

In 1955 he met Patricia Grimbly and they eloped to Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho, and were married on August 10, 1956.  As a young man Milo was a log truck owner and operator.  He then went on to become a drywall contractor for many years.  After retirement he enjoyed spending time on the farm raising beef cattle.  He and Pat also enjoyed traveling.  His favorite destination was Maui.

Milo is survived by his wife, Pat of almost 65 years; sons, Steve Dralle, Joe (Christy) Dralle, Chuck Dralle; daughter, Lori (Rod) Ledbetter; eight grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; sister, Amy; brother, Alan (Carol); and numerous nieces and nephews.  He is preceded in death by his parents; six sisters; five brothers; granddaughter, Darci; daughter-in-law, Sharry.

A casual Celebration of Milo’s life will be held on Saturday, February 27, 2021 from 1:00 – 4:00PM at the Christ the King Church, 1000 Fountain St., Burlington, WA 98233, south entrance.  Cremation arrangements are under the care of Lemley Chapel.  Share your memories of Milo and sign the online guest register.

Guestbook

  • Jeff D Anderson

    What a nice Man. I met Milo in the early 80s and over the years saw him when he needed tractor parts.

  • Sue Dralle

    My thoughts & prayers for peace & comfort to you Pat & the entire Dralle family. Milo was a wonderful, kind, man. R.I. P. Milo❤️

  • dean grimbly

    Pat and Family, our deepest condolences and we are very saddened to hear of your recent loss.

  • Daryl Arlene Sadie and Hunter Grimbly

    Milo was always a fun person to be around, even though we didn’t get to see him often, he will be missed.
    We will Pray that God will give peace to the whole family.

  • Gary Kirschenmann

    I have many fond memories of Uncle Milo at family gatherings. Enjoyed having a large family. Will miss seeing you.

    Gary Kirschenmann

  • Mark Johnson

    Milo was one of my favorite cousins. When we were kids, my late brother, Bob, and I would visit the Dralle farm outside Bellingham and stay over Spring Vacation with Milo’s Mom (my Dad’s oldest sister) and Dad and his sisters, Ardyce, Amy and younger brother Alan. We had a great time playing softball out in the yard. When Milo heard we were coming, he would say: “the City dudes are coming to visit”. When we arrived, we would go out to the barn to say Hi and he would look up from milking a cow and hit us in the face with a squirt of warm milk. He was a fun and generous man, great husband to Pat and father to his kids. We will miss him.

  • Ray Shirley Breum

    Our deepest sympathy to the family. Milo and Pat were my closest neighbors for many years and I enjoyed both of them and their families..may your memories be of great help to you at this sad time..

  • Christy, Joe, Brooklyn, Davis & Taylor

    Life is not the same without you.
    We love you and miss you always and forever ♥️

  • Joyce Holland

    Pat & family
    We’ve had some good times and shared funny stories over the years. Milo is a good man and will be missed by many. May God comfort you at this difficult time.

    Lee & Joyce