OUR CLUB -- FUN, FITNESS, FRIENDSHIP
The Rose City Roamers is one of Oregon's award winning volkssporting clubs that is dedicated to providing several hosted, guided, and year round walking events for your recreation and fitness pleasure.
The Rose City Roamers are associated with the American Volkssport Association, and all our walking events are AVA sanctioned. As with most AVA events, everyone is welcome to participate. We offer year round walks in North, Northeast, Southwest, and Southeast Portland in addition to one walk in Clackamas and two in Tualatin. Please check out our Year Round Event (YRE) section as we also have a route in Lake Oswego -- "River Run."
To join ROSE CITY ROAMERS VOLKSSPORT CLUB -- click here to view and print a membership application form.
NEXT MEMBERSHIP MEETING
Date: Tuesday, August 1, 2017
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RCR's Sunday Parkways 7/19/2009
September 2, 2014
Club Meeting Dates in 2017
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In memory of Daryl M. Pulley, 71
Beloved father, friend and trusted attorney, Daryl Martin Pulley, died peacefully at home Jun 2, 2017 in Portland, after a short battle with diabetes-related liver cancer.
Daryl was born July 4, 1945 in San Jose, CA, to Earl and Alvera Pulley. He graduated from James Lick High School in San Jose in 1963. While working at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, he met his future wife, Sonja Pulley. After his service in the U.S. Army, he and his young family moved to Sioux Falls, SD, and he completed his undergraduate degree at Augustana University, class of '73. The family then moved to Portland, where he completed his law degree at Lewis & Clark College School of Law in 1976.
Daryl began a successful law practice, serving Portlandfor over 30 years. He was active in the Portland community, volunteering with the Boy Scouts of America, representing Portland as a Royal Rosarian, serving as club president of the Roseway Lions Club, and celebrating his life-long Passion to explore the world with the American Volkssport Association.
Sharing his adventures with those he loved was Daryl's passion--right up until the day he passed. He never met a stranger, so he touched the lives of so many people while he was out walking, eating and exploring the world. Daryl's family and friends could rely on him wherever his help was needed.
Daryl's irrepressible spirit and zest for life will be sorely missed by his children, Kenneth and Elizabeth Pulley of Phoenix, Kristin Puller of Portland, Keith and Heather Pulley of Portland, and Tyler and Susan Gross of Hamilton, MA; his eight grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and his siblings, Claire Pickens, Dale Pulley, Carol Chester and Candy Matsukado. He was preceded in death by this sister, Cleo Sharp.
A celebration of life will (was held) on Sunday, July 23, 2017, at McMenamin's Edgefield. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Daryl's life. In lieu of flowers, the family asks for donations to a park bench to be dedicated in Daryl's memory www.youcaring.com/Pulley_bench.
Please sign the online guest book at www.oregonlive.com/obits
Published in The Oregonian from July 5 to July 9, 2017
Daryl was an early member of All Weather Walkers serving as Secretary and in Vancouver serving as President. He served as Regional Director for the Northwest. He served as President for Rose City Roamers. Daryl practiced law for 40 + years, with an office in the Hollywood district here in Portland. He served in the military. Private military honors and interment will be (were) held at Willamette National Cemetery, 11800 S.E. Mt. Scott Blvd. Portland.
Excerpted from RCR July 2017 Newsletter.
Officers for 2017
Dick Baker - President
Ed Hainline - Vice President
Barbara Baker - Treasurer
Debbie Esmond - Secretary
Susan Treacy - Asst Secretary-Treasurer-Website
Denise Esmond - Member at Large-Newsletter
Vacant - Member a Large-Highway Cleanup
Vacant - Member at Large-Membership