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Rudy Grayzell

June 8, 1933 - November 26, 2019


1933 – 2019

Rockabilly Legend passes away on November 26, 2019 in Forest Grove, Oregon. He was 86. The death of this Rockabilly legend is a celebration of his Life. He was happy with his Children and grandchildren made him whole.

June 8th 1933, born in San Antonio Texas. Small boy when he fell in love with music, so he sang. Rudy was an overachiever, he could do anything & everything he put his mind to, and he did just that. Inspiring he left Impressions on everyone, showing he worked hard, for a respected level of success. He never imagined the possibilities of living out his dream the way we did, he never took that for granted. Early years as a teen opportunity was set to tour with Elvis Presley, he brought what we know as Rockabilly music to life. One of his experiences, casting in a movie called “Mercy man ” and Broadway plays that brought out his true potential. His legendary moments throughout the years were Unforgettable. One thing ForeSure, we will remember Rudy tutti to be talented as a profound accomplished musician.

His career allowed him to travel all over the world, it never kept him from the Northwest. Oregon, he lived many years. Over the past few years he remained close and shared a home with his youngest daughter (Aliza) in the city Forest Grove Oregon. Survived by Yolanda Jaini, sister, Denise, Aliza, Troy Grayzell, 9 Grandchildren, and 7 Great grandchildren. He adored. Filled with so much youth nevertheless, he didn’t complain. He kept God first gave gratitude to those who helped his career progress, to be where he was in life. He Always knew sometime soon our father would call him home. He shared his last moments doing what he loved most, cherishing moments enjoying friends before God called him home, in his words “the show must go on”.

We Gathered on December 6th of 2019 in Portland, Oregon Omega Funeral Home. The family very thankful for all guest who shared the celebration, thanks to staff who made it possible. The life of Rudy tutti Grayzell was a wild ride, for that we celebrated him. The past down his knowledge, showmanship, charisma and being a leader to take initiative! he always reminds us that you’re the best, this was routine no matter what these words never to be forgotten.

His grandchildren inherit and practice to the best of their abilities to honor his lessons and continue on in life to be the Best and never look back!

The Abundance of love and condolences from those who couldn’t make it with great appreciation.

We all loved Rudy, very much. We all miss you and it was it was hard to say goodbye, but you prepared us all the best you could. So, when we cry just know it comes from a happy place of faith and knowing you’re reunited in heaven with your Juanita, Jose, Rudy Jr, and Helena. Holding little Rudy in your arms again we know you are no longer in harm’s way we recognize your life journey was Blessed and very accomplished will never forget.


Whenever a blue Jays in sight your spirit of you is watching us.

Until we meet again.

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