Rudolph “Rudy” Lott

09/02/1929 — 02/26/2024

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Sat, April 27, 2024, 1:00 pm
Events at Sunset
915 Bypass Highway

Richland, WA 99352

Rudolph “Rudy” Lott

Passed peacefully at home on February 26th,2024 at the age of 94 from natural causes.

Rudy was the second child of 13 children born to Perry and Myrtle Lott on September 2nd, 1929.

In his younger days Rudy had a love of riding his motorcycle, watching westerns, visiting his family and Enjoyed trips to the casino. He was a lover of country music, he liked Alan Jackson and loved George Jones. one of his favorite songs was “He stopped loving her today”.

From 1951-1957 Rudy served his country in the army, and from 1951-1952 part of his service included the Korean War.

In 1970 Rudy married Marie and built their family, they were blessed with 6 children and had 53 yrs. wonderful years together.

Rudy was a hard worker and dedicated 31 yrs. to Lakewood Refuse Co. eventually retiring in Dec. of 1991. After Retirement he started a lawn service company that he ran for 10 yrs. When someone would ask how he was doing his reply would be, “If I got any better no one could stand me.”

He is survived by his wife Marie, his 4 sisters- Dorothea, Ruby, Nan and Betty from Georgia. His children-Carol, Bob (Deceased), Jerry, Janet, Mike and Nickie. He also leaves behind 6 grandchildren- Joshua, Justin, Jenna, Jordon, Melanie, Samantha and His 6 great grandchildren- Jaxon, Jase, Novalee, Lennon, Aspen, and Archer.

A Celebration of Life and Reception will be held at Einans (Event Center) Events at Sunset on April 27th at 1pm.

915 Bypass Highway Richland WA 99352









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  • Uncle, I know you are visiting with all that have passed before you. You are already missed by so many here. I am one and I’ll see you another day and we can play cards <3

    Marjorie Buckingham
    April 14, 2024
  • I have so many fond memories of uncle Rudy. I remember him finding a bike that was thrown away by someone on his route. He helped to fix any issues and I enjoyed that bike. His jokes and sarcasm will be missed as well he always tried to make you laugh or put a smile on your face. I will always remember you and miss you.

    Gordy Boshears
    March 31, 2024
  • Uncle Rudy was simply one of the best. I am so blessed to have had him as an uncle. Rest easy uncle. Love you see you later

    March 31, 2024
  • My dearest friend. Our love and heart is with you. We had many years of fun together, best of times on the bike.

    March 27, 2024
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