William Larkin O'Conner



William Larkin O'Conner, age 48, born January 13, 1961, passed away unexpectedly on March 21, 2008, at his home in Medford, Ore.



William was born in Seoul, Korea and lived and traveled with his parents in Asia for most of his early years, except for a few years in Raleigh, N.C. He attended school in Hong Kong, Bangladesh, Faith Academy in the Philippines, Korea Christian Academy in South Korea and graduated from Hawaii Baptist Academy in Honolulu, Hawaii, in 1979.

William attended Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Okla.,

before enlisting in the United States Air Force. There he served proudly with the Air Force Security Police as a staff

sergeant. William was able to complete his college education while serving in the military, graduating from the University of Nebraska located in Omaha, with a degree in communications.



William is survived by two daughters; Akiela Marie O'Conner, and Jenny Mei O'Conner, of Gold Hill, Ore., his father, Louis O'Conner, of Vancouver, Wash. his mother, Barbara O'Conner, of Seattle, Wash. Brothers Louis O'Conner, III, of Seattle, Wash., Randy O'Conner, of

Greentown, Ind., and Alex Millman, in Pa.; sisters; Debra O'Conner, of Seattle, Wash., Barbie Jimenez and Melissa Davenport, of Tulsa, Okla., and nephews; Paul Beatty, and Lucas Jimenez, of Tulsa, Okla., and Nolan O'Conner, of Ind., He is also survived by nieces, Lani O'Conner, of Los Angeles, Calif., Nicole Beatty and Shannon Jimenez, of Tulsa, Okla. and Liza Flanary, of Greentown, Ind. William is also survived by other family members; brother-in-law, Gordon Glass, of Seattle, Wash., and Ken Davenport, of Tulsa, Okla.; and sister-in-laws, Coralie Baker O'Conner, of Seattle, Wash., and Debbie O'Conner, of Greentown, Ind.



For the past few years, William was disabled due to injuries sustained in the Air Force, he also had a love for cooking, movies, reading, the Dallas Cowboys, and great promise with abilities towards theatrical acting, the piano and viola.



Graveside services will be held Friday, March 28, 2008, at

Eagle Point National Cemetery.