In memory of
David Ian Cochrane
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In memory of
David Ian Cochrane
David Ian Cochrane June 7, 1952 - Dec. 16, 2019 David was born in New York and died in Portland. He lived in New York until his father developed cancer. He was then taken to Glasgow, Scotland as a youngster to live with an uncle. He left his uncle's home at 15 to live on his own. He entered a Barbering apprenticeship the same week. He married in 1970, had two children, divorced and returned back to New York in 1980. He continued Barbering and eventually owned his own shop in the ABC Headquarters Bldg., in Manhattan. David traveled extensively on his motorcycle completing five coast-to-coast trips of Canada and the U.S. in '83 '84 '86 '87 and '88. He left New York for the West Coast in 1995 settling in Portland and resuming his Barbering profession with many customers loyal for 20-years and more. David was very knowledgeable in many subjects, had a great sense of humor, was a friend to all, spoke ill of no one, very charitable, loved music - movies – and new restaurants. We miss you David! Please sign the online guest book at www.oregonlive.com/obits
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In memory of
David Ian Cochrane
David Ian Cochrane June 7, 1952 - Dec. 16, 2019 David was born in New York and died in Portland. He lived in New York until his father developed cancer. He was then taken to Glasgow, Scotland as a youngster to live with an uncle. He left his uncle's home at 15 to live on his own. He entered a Barbering apprenticeship the same week. He married in 1970, had two children, divorced and returned back to New York in 1980. He continued Barbering and eventually owned his own shop in the ABC Headquarters Bldg., in Manhattan. David traveled extensively on his motorcycle completing five coast-to-coast trips of Canada and the U.S. in '83 '84 '86 '87 and '88. He left New York for the West Coast in 1995 settling in Portland and resuming his Barbering profession with many customers loyal for 20-years and more. David was very knowledgeable in many subjects, had a great sense of humor, was a friend to all, spoke ill of no one, very charitable, loved music - movies – and new restaurants. We miss you David! Please sign the online guest book at www.oregonlive.com/obits
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