Albert "Tud" William Chenoweth 1936-2021


Last updated 11/16/2021 at 2:24pm

Albert "Tud" William Chenoweth was born in Wink, Texas, to parents Charles Curtice Chenoweth and Frances Carlton. Tud was a lifelong Washingtonian and lover of the Pacific Northwest outdoors.

A long-time resident of Lake Stevens, Tud enjoyed boating and water skiing with family and friends in the summer and snow skiing in the Cascades. Tud was a driven and successful business owner, building a highly regarded land surveying and civil engineering business, retiring in the early 1990s.

He was an enthusiastic world traveler, car and aviation buff, and enjoyed spending time with family and friends in his later years.

He was the proud father of three and is survived by daughter Kimberly Ann and husband Melvin Reitz of Arlington; grandson Jeffrey Reitz and wife Shelli and great-grandchildren Mylee and Jace, of Lakeside, Mont.; daughter Cynthia Lee and husband Joseph Wheeler, grandson Jaycob Wheeler and wife Jennifer and great-grandson Weston, of Marysville; granddaughter Jessie Marie and husband Jordan Clark and soon to arrive great-granddaughter, of Huntington Beach, California; son Bradley William Chenoweth of Everett; and brother Curtice Chenoweth and wife Marlene Nelson of Bellevue and their family.

Funeral arrangements by Beck's Tribute Center in Edmonds.


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