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Victor Fremont Cone



Victor Fremont Cone

In the early morning hours of June 16, Victor Fremont Cone was given his wings as he went to join our Father in Heaven. He was surrounded by his loving wife Jessie and fur-babies (dogs) as he embarked on this journey peacefully in his sleep at their home in Goldendale. He was born on July 3, 1967 in Modesto, California to Virginia (Paine) and Mickey Cone, joining a sister Deana.

Vic was married on the day of love, Valentines day (Febuary14) 1999 in Vancouver Washington at the Shining Armor to Jessie Copeland. He held many hats being a loving husband, father, brother,grandfather, and uncle, and enjoyed spending time with family. He was very proud of his children and grandchildren and could often be seen either helping out or cheering on his grandsons at sporting events. It was not uncommon to see him chasing his wife in their power chairs down the streets of Goldendale. He enjoyed playing video games and watching Nascar and football. He was a New York Giants fan. 

   In Heaven Victor joined his mother, Virginia Cone and two grandsons, Matthew and Phillip who preceded him on this journey and surely welcomed him with open arms. He is survived by many including: his wife Jessie  of Goldendale, son Zachery and his wife Jessica of Kalama, Casey and his wife Jackie of Washougal, Brendon of Kelso, stepdaughter Ada Whitman and her boyfriend Brandon of Goldendale, father Mickey Cone of Belen, New Mexico, sister Deana and her husband Rolf of La Center, five grandchildren RJ Whitman, Brian Whitman, Benjami​n Cone, Taylor Cone, and Abigail Cone, a niece Erin Meyers and her family, a nephew Bjorn Kahn and family, as well as numerous aunts, uncles and many special friends.

   A celebration of life followed by a potluck will be held on Sunday June 26 at six in the evening at the Grace Brethren Church in Goldendale. Goodbyes are not forever, Victor lives on in the treasured memories of many, watching over us with love until the day we are all reunited.


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