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Conner James Hudson

date of birth April 17 1997

date of death November 30 2019

Conner James Hudson 22 of Beaverton Oregon died Saturday, November 30th. He was born in 1997 in Port Angeles Washington to Lawrence and Rhonda Hudson.

He was attending PCC studying to become a personal trainer and was most interested in working with and establishing exercise programs for skateboarders. Conner loved being outdoors, running, exercising, skateboarding, and playing his guitar and being with his friends.

Conner is survived by his loving mother Rhonda Hudson, his older brother Cody Hudson, his sister-in-law Costanza Robertson, and cousin's and Aunt's and Uncle's here in Oregon, Washington, and Montana. Conner’s father Lawrence Hudson preceded him in death in November 2018.

No services will be held as Conner's family wishes to be alone to grieve privately. They do hope you will remember Conner as the bright light that he was and hold him in your heart.

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Candle lit by Staff at Autumn Funerals, Cremation & Burial Our sincere condolences.

Candle lit by Rhonda Hudson There are no words to express how much I miss you. Love mom

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Candle lit by Chiara Robertson and Ryan Nesseth Conner will be missed dearly, for he has left us too soon. He'll forever be in our hearts and never forgotten, we love you Conner, may your light shine forever.

Candle lit by Stassi I so so so sorry to hear of your loss. Please take all the time you all need to grieve & heal!

Candle lit by Scott and Vincenzina Robertson Costanza Chiara Nicolo'. Conner, we loved you very much!!! Although we knew you for such a short time, the time that we spent together made us realize what a special young man you were. Your smile and kindness touched our hearts and souls in a very special way. You were an "exceptional" son and a son to be very proud of. You left a lasting and great impression on all of us. You always be remembered like a beautiful soaring eagle who left for a journey to eternity to complete your goals and dreams. You are now another star among the stars who proudly shines so bright and full of light. May God keep you forever safe healing you every step you take. And while we wait the day we meet again, remember you will be missed forever again and again. Love you forever

Candle lit by Antonio and Irene Tiberi May God bless and comfort all of during this difficult time. Love Irene, Antonio, luigino,Sestilio and Giuseppe Tiberi

Candle lit by Tanya Littrell Kraus As the Department Chair for the Exercise Science program here at PCC, I want to send our deepest sympathies to Conner's family during this difficult time. Conner was a part of our PCC family too and we are feeling this loss with heavy hearts.

Candle lit by Brian Navarro Conner has always been someone I talked to, enjoyed every second being with him in and outside of class. Being the first person in the program I connected with, we always had a connection with each other. You will be missed but not forgotten my dear friend.

Candle lit by Marlo Urbina, YTC GED Program at PCC Connor, you are going to be really missed. We told you how terrific we thought you were often. Joe loved having you as a student in his class, and I think you know how much I loved having you visit me in my office. I think you liked being with us in the GED program too. I know you struggled, but you gave us all so much joy also. I will remember you lovely smile. I will remember our talks on excercise, martial arts and advise for my son Max. I am sorry you are gone. You will not be forgotten.

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Candle lit by Connie MILLER Dear Hudson cousins, I am saddened to hear of your loss, you are in our prayers.

Candle lit by Jane Loverin, Faculty PCC Exercise Science and PE Conner was in a variety of my classes at PCC and most recently he completed his Teacher Assistant in the Exercise Science program Water Exercise teaching. He did a wonderful job and I praised him and gave him positive feedback in person. I feel grateful that I was able to do that. He was a good student and good learner in my classes. I will miss him and I am sending my sympathy to his family.

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Candle lit by Joshua Mead, PCC Conner. I will definitely miss you. I am so sad to hear this news. We spent a lot of time together, in that little office, in my brief time with Gateway to College at PCC. I loved when you would show me your skating videos or what you were working on with guitar or making beats. You were fearless. We also had some really tough conversations. You had a great ability to reflect on life and articulate your thoughts so well. I am thinking of you and your family.

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Candle lit by Seth I love you Conner, you made an impact on my life. I cherish every moment we had together. Showing up at the skatepark and seeing you there. Was always a highlight. I'll miss the countless antics and good times we've had with our group of friends. You always brought a very rich and bright presence with you, something that will be missed. Deepest condolences to the family. See you again one day homie!

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Candle lit by Long Truong Miss you brother!

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Candle lit by Heather Knapp So sorry for your loss.

Candle lit by Amethyst Thank you for being so kind. May your Soul find peace.

Candle lit by Tanya Littrell Kraus, Faculty Department Chair for Exercise Science at PCC Conner, we are feeling the space you have left in the program deeply. You were part of our PCC family as well and we are all so sad that you are gone. On behalf of our Exercise Science department (students, faculty, and staff), I am sending wishes to all who loved you and are grieving at this time.

Candle lit by Sue Hudson Anders Forever in my heart.

Candle lit by Kevan Stagner Yoder I am so sorry for the loss of someone so young with so much life to live.

Candle lit by Derrick Peters i picked the green candle because that was your favorite color. It’s almost been 10 years since we’ve been friends and never once did our friendship feel stale. Being an only child it was really nice to always be able to hang with you and feel like i had someone to grow up with. You only die when someone says your name for the last time. You have been such a big part of my life i’ll be talking to my grandkids about the stuff we’ve done together. I don’t know where you are now but i wish you luck wherever you go. I love you brother.

Candle lit by Madison Conner will not be forgotten, my first friend from Impact Jiu Jitsu. Can't believe he is gone.

Candle lit by Kimberly Cookson May your family find peace duri g these hard times

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Candle lit by Joel lambert I miss you man

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Candle lit by Freddy H. Abayare, PCC Sylvania PE/Athletic Facilities

Candle lit by Darcy Nielson Prayers to all who loved him at this difficult time! May your light shine bright.

Candle lit by Bryan turner Rest In Peace

Candle lit by Diane Jantze, PCC faculty I was one of Conner's PCC instructors for this term. Conner impressed me as being genuine, kind, and sincere. Prayers to all who loved him, especially his family, friends, and PCC family. He will be missed.

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Candle lit by Bryan T Prayers to you and your family

Candle lit by Emily I met Connor years ago when training at Impact. He was always a bright and kind person. I am very sad to hear of his passing.

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Candle lit by Xavier parsons Bro I miss you R.I.P Conner

Candle lit by Cyndi Turner Conner, you were obviously very loved. May you rest in peace in the arms of our Lord. Blessings to your family as they deal with your tremendous loss.

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Candle lit by Jenesi Lopez I knew Conner from middle school when we would skate all together at the Tualatin skate park. Then i had moved to beaverton where I went to South ridge High school and I was so happy to see that Conner and I went to the same school. Then 3 years later we saw each other again at PCC and i was so happy to see that he is pursing a really great career. I then moved to my first apartment which happened to be right next to the Plaid pantry that he worked at so for a year i got to see and talk to him almost everyday. Wish i could talk to my friend one more time and tell him how good of a person he was. ❤️❤️ RIP buddie

Candle lit by Jenesi Lopez Wish i could talk to you one last time my friend ❤️

Candle lit by Gerald Vaughan Conner, brother I'm going to miss you sincerely. You were always one of the closest to me in our PCC family. The countless talks we had, whether they be fitness related or of life. How I would always reach out to you whenever I needed an opinion on my music. I know you'll be jamming out with me in peace now. I hope to see you one day again. Until then, rest easy. Fair winds and following seas, my friend.

Candle lit by Ka Shawna Bell You are so missed! Your tender heart, your smile, your kindness are all missed. You mattered more than you realized. You had so much to offer. The way you brought in your skateboarding knowledge and skills into your classes, such as the ProAct Aquatics, was outstanding! You made it your own and made it fun and interesting. Truly a phenomenal young man!

Candle lit by Debbie Mikesell I hope you find Peace, Confort and Love on your new journey. I love you nephew

Candle lit by barbaraGriffin It was a pleasure and a privilege to be your Exercise Science Program adviser, Conner. I will miss you and your endearing smile, Conner. My belief is that when we die, our earthly life ends; but eternal life begins, and we will all meet again. Until then, may you rest in peace.

Candle lit by Christopher Lopez