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Old 01-04-2017, 08:53 PM
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Our friend Steve Sutliff left us on December 24th, 2016.

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Stephan Steve Sutliff, 67, passed away late Christmas Eve, December 24, 2016. Steve was born March 3, 1949, to Warren and Tereca Sutliff in
Eugene, Oregon.
Steve graduated from Eisenhower High School in 1967 and married Nancy Holm, December 11, 1970. Steve had many jobs ranging from bricklaying to
being a part of the hotshot crews with the Winthrop Smokejumpers and Redmond Smokejumpers.
He started his law enforcement career in 1980 working with Hanford Patrol. In 1983, Steve joined the Yakima County Sheriff’s Office and remained there
for 30 years. While working for the Sheriff’s Office, his duties ranged from Patrol Deputy, DARE Officer, Firearms Instructor, ORV Deputy, as well as the
Mountain Pass Deputy.
Steve loved every part of his job. He was known to the community as Deputy Steve and was part of the morning show on KIT. In 2004, he was
diagnosed with Leukemia, but that didn’t stop him.
He continued to work for the Sheriff’s Office and enjoyed vacation time by traveling with family. In 2013, Steve retired from the Sheriff’s Office to
concentrate on the things he loved in life and frequently traveled with his wife.
Steve battled many health issues for many years and fought and won many of them; he could not have done it without the support of his family, friends
and community who continued to be a part of Steve’s life.
Steve is survived by his wife Nancy, Holly (Glenn Bozorth, granddog Rilee) Sutliff, and Scott (Emily, granddaughter Sarah) Sutliff of Yakima; Phil Sutliff of
Kennewick, Martin (Dani) Sutliff of Wisconsin, Annalee (Herb) Flannery of Yakima.
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Old 01-05-2017, 08:26 AM
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Sorry to hear that. Steve was a great guy.

I can hear him telling the Man above "Press hard, 4 copies"
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