King C. Oberg
Dec 22, 1940 – Jan 27, 2018
Survived by wife, Linda E. Oberg; sons, Michael and Christopher; daughter, Lisa Semanko (Christopher); granddaughter, Emily; sister, Gail Madison (Harvey); nephew, Harvey Erich Madison.
In accordance with Mr. Oberg’s wishes, there will be no services. Memorials are suggested to any local Humane Society, the Alzheimer’s Association, or the Parkinson’s Foundation.
So sorry to hear about King. I was a neighbor many years ago on McLaughlin circle. Thelma would babysit us. I remember her love of books.
Gail, I have many fond memories of those days.
I love you dad. I miss you so much.
I lived between Connie and you. King and Gail were always nice to the younger kids.
So sorry for your loss.
King is remembered as a good friend and McLaughlin Circle neighbor during our Bellevue school days. We reworked the transmission on his 1950 Ford … in his front yard. King was also a willing tutor and I recall him guiding me to better understanding with my Algebra class. May King’s family be comforted by their fond memories. I am glad King was my friend and neighbor.
With sincere sympathy,
My deepest condolences to you. I worked with King at Cascade Natural Gas in the Business Development department. I can honestly say he was one of my favorite bosses to work with! My thoughts & prayers are with you.
I’m so blessed to have had him as my uncle, and even more proud. What a terrific example of how to live, and how to love. My mother mentioned a few times during my life that something I said reminded her of King (usually when I was talking about something related to business). My chest swelled with pride everytime she said that. What an wonderful family he came from, what an amazing family he created, and what an enduring legacy he leaves with us.
We were saddened to hear of King’s passing. Even though we have not seen King in several years, our memories are as if we saw him yesterday. He was a kind, gentle, caring, and very funny guy. He will be missed by all.. We wish the family peace and many cherished memories.
My condolences to the family of Mr Oberg. ( Revelation 21:3,4) Tells us that God will wipe all tears from our eyes, and there will be no more death, suffering, crying, or pain. what a wonderful promise, from God.
Our sincerest condolences to King’s family. We will miss our frequent front yard conversations with King. Seeing each other outside and striking up a conversation was always a great excuse to take a short break from yard work. We have been blessed to have such wonderful neighbors and friends as King and Linda.