Astoria

Oct. 25, 1984 — Dec. 20, 2019

Benjamin Kenneth Hawkins, 35, of Astoria, Oregon, was called by his Heavenly Father to join him on Dec. 20, 2019.

Benjamin’s parents, Mark Wayne Hawkins and Lisa Rae Stineman, were joined in marriage on Oct. 1, 1977. He became his parents’ joy on Oct. 25, 1984.

Benjamin was a simple man who was thankful for every thing that was given to him in life and was quick to show his gratitude and love.

He loved to laugh, and his laughter made everyone around him want to laugh along with him.

His most favorite things in life were spending time with family, playing music with his guitar and singing and hunting with his dad and brothers. Many funny memories resulted from their hunting trips together.

He is survived by his father, Mark Wayne Hawkins; his mother, Lisa Rae Hawkins; daughter Sophia Faith, and sons Jacob Thomas and Marcus James; brothers Ricky Dean, Jason Wayne and Joseph Mark; three nieces, six nephews and many extended family members.

Benjamin was a man with a big heart. His passing has been a great loss to his family. He will be forever loved, and forever missed.

His family is planning a memorial for Benjamin on Saturday, March 7, from 1 to 5 p.m. It will take place at the Warrenton Community Center. All are welcome.

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Penny Hedgecoth

Mark and Lisa

It’s been a long time since we’ve seen each other. I heard about your precious son and am so sorry for your loss. Please know we are thinking if you guys and sending our love. We’re praying for peace a strength tbrough this difficult time. Love you cousin. Please know we think of you guys all

The time. Penny and Bruce

Kerri Whitten, Hoagland

Mark and Lisa, So sorry for the loss of your son! He sounds like he was a good Man. The Whitten Family

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