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Shawn Douglas Windom
12/02/1956 — 08/04/2023
From Benton City, WA | Born in Lebanon, OR
Shawn Douglas Windom
Shawn Douglas Windom, 66, passed away at home on August 4, 2023, in Benton City, WA.
Shawn was born to Douglas and Clara Windom on 12/2/1956 in Lebanon, Ore.
Shawn spent most of his adult years in the Tri-City area working and raising his family. He was a caring and dedicated father. He retired from Cadwell Laboratories in Kennewick, WA after nearly forty years of service. He truly enjoyed his career as a circuit board designer, and was proud to be part of the Cadwell “family”. He enjoyed deer hunting and looked forward to his yearly expeditions. He relished his winters skiing at White Pass and had a love for the game of football. He was an avid Seahawk fan. Shawn was a very generous and giving person. He was proud to say “He would never say no to an asked favor”. He will be loved and missed by many.
Shawn is survived by spouse Deborah Windom , of Benton City; Mother Clara Windom, of Sweet Home Oregon; Son Nick Windom(Amanda) of Pasco, WA; brothers Walter Windom, Grant Windom ; sisters Gwen Windom, Elaine Webb, Lyn Kilborn; in-laws Brian and Sandra Stehr; sister-in-law Kim Conine and numerus extended family.
Shawn is preceded in death by father Douglas Windom.
At Shawn’s request, the family will have a private ceremony at a later date.
Memorial donations can be made in Shawn’s name to White Pass Ski Patrol (whitepassskipatrol.org)
I was shocked to see this! I grew up with Nick, and Shawn always took us fishing and camping. He was a great guy and one of the ‘cool dads’. My thoughts are with you, Nick.
I’m sad to hear this. Shawn was one of the genuine sweet souls. He will truly be missed. I cared for Nick in my home daycare. Hugs to Nick!
Shawn will be missed by many as his light shone brightly to many people.
I personally will miss his beautiful blue eyes and easy laughter. He cared deeply for you and I have many memories of you both at our home. May God bless you and I pray that your faith will carry you though this difficult time.
I was friends with Shawn from the early 80’s at Azurdata.
We worked together, went through divorces together and raised children.
I can’t put into words what a loss this is. I just retired this year and was going to call him to go to lunch…..
As Shawn would have said “this is a crock of Bulls***”
See you on the other side my friend.
Shawn was a fun, kind man. He was our Bloody Mary guy up at White Pass. He will be missed!