Anthony Scott Radliff, 38, died Jan. 20, 2010 at OHSU in Portland, from lymphoma.
He was born on Dec. 28, 1963. He lived nearly all his life in the Rogue Valley and graduated from Eagle Point High School in 1982.
He spent most of his working life as a commercial painter for his brother-in-law of Don Braaten Painting. In 2000, he went to work with his mother at Interior Resource & Design until the business closed in 2008. His talent for decoration was quite amazing. He did most of the display work in the showroom, along with lighting and window treatment installation, helping customers, receiving goods and so forth. He was definitely his mother’s “right hand.” After the business closed, he returned to Don Braaten Painting until he became ill.
Mr. Radliff leaves behind a mom, Helen Stanley, grateful for his life; three sisters and best friends, Melissa (Donny) Braaten, Mardee (Mike) Van Brunt and Shannon (Patrick) Larson; his dad and step-mother, Eddie and Cheryl Radliff; grandmother, Norma Radliff and his step-dad, Jim Stanley.
He was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather, Dewey Radliff; his material grandparents, Virgil and Irma Goff
A memorial service for Mr. Radliff was held Jan. 30 at Trail Christian Fellowship with a dessert reception following. In lieu of flowers, please hug a child and tell someone who doesn’t know, about the saving love of Jesus.