Roma Acheson

Roma Acheson was born August 6, 1944 and passed away at home on October 21, 2011. She was raised in Eugene Oregon and graduated from high school there before going to Stevens College in Missouri. She graduated in 1964 and then returned home where she attended the University of Oregon.

She married William Clouter they moved to Milwaukee Oregon where she had a daughter Tiffany and son William. The family also lived in Thailand when her husband was sent there as part of his employment. They then moved to Redmond and shortly thereafter divorced.

Roma had not worked before but obtained employment doing accounting for Norcom Systems. In 1981 She met Paul Acheson a Bellevue lawyer and they married in 1986. Shortly after their marriage she obtained employment with Consolidated Food Management doing accounting work and remained in that employment until her retirement in 1997. She was very athletic and for many year she and her husband ran 10K,s and hiked . she also did the STP Bicycle tour for two years and was an avid skier. She and her husband boated every year and lived on their boat during the summers traveling North into Canada. In the winters they spent time in Puerto Vallarta Mexico for about 25 years. and also spent time in the winter in Apache Junction Arizona . She was a loving wife who was always willing to help others and was often a sounding board for other’s troubles.

She was diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer in May of 2011 and was called to heaven on October 21, 2011She was loved by all and will be greatly missed by all. She made her part of the world a better place while she was here.
She is survived by her husband and children Tiffany and William. Many thanks to the Group Health and Hospice people who helped her.

3 Responses to “Roma Acheson”

  • Patty Coyne says:

    I was a busy single mother so my treasured social time over coffee with Roma and Paul was that . . . treasure. Roma seemed to have a word of encouragement along the way. All this in slippers and a robe which reflected the Clyde Hill neighborhood “back in the day”. Great neighbors and friends for a lot of years. I will remember them always along with paintbrushes and watercolors and looking forward to the next trip.
    And, the last one you have now taken Roma.
    God’s eternal blessing, Patty

  • Preston Walrath says:

    Roma was always a friend and made all of our South Eugene High School Class of 62, days better. She was always a friend to all and in her quiet way made us all feel like a better person. I, and all of us who knew her will miss her and wish her family the strength to cope with the loss. May God Bless Her in her new journey.
    Preston, Class of “62” SEHS

  • Joan Huehnerhoff says:

    Rob and I are very sorry to hear of the passing of Roma.

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