My deepest sympathies to the Tsircou family. The best food Clearview has ever seen or maybe will ever see. RIP Steve
we lived near and enjoyed steve and his wife.we have missed you since the berrie bowl sold,love,mike and linda walker
Each of the opportunities I had to spend time with Steve, they were celebratory, wedding, baptism, etc. His joy, warmth and love was so evident, I came to know from Kyri this was the way he was, whether a normal day in the restaurant or one of the most joyous occasions of his life. My deepest condolences and love to the Tsircou family.
I have a lot of fond memories growing up in Clearview, heading to the Berry Bowl every chance we could. Steve was always quick with a joke and a smile.
Rest in Peace Steve. I have always held a high degree of respect for you and your family. Well Done.
I have alot of memories of my youth working at the Berry Bowl both for you and the earlier owner Irma Karras. Heaven has just become one good man stronger.
My thoughts and prayers go out to the family.
When I was growing up, my parents took all of us kids as well as anyone who was visiting us, here for a fun family dinner. We loved the back yard. We will miss you!!!!
All of the members of Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church in Shoreline WA will truly miss Stavros. He was truly one of our best cooks at our outside barbecues roasting lamb on the spit and chickens on the grill. May his memory be eternal.
Ethel Anthe Barbas
Camano Island WA
a great person, friend, cook he is most certainly sitting at the right hand of our lord and will always live on in our wonderful memories of time at the Berry Bowl and spending time with Steve and his wonderful family
you were a class act as a restruanteur and a proud papa! Rest in Peace.
I have such fun memories of many Friday nights spent at the Berry Bowl with our family! We miss those times and that great pizza. Steve and Andi were always working so hard with such pride for their family. May he rest in peace.
very sad to hear Steve has passed but he is in a better place now, no more pain
he will be greatly missed and was a wonderful friend
our thoughts and prayers go out to Andy and family
our love also goes out to you Ralph, Freddie and Oliver
We are all deeply saddened by the news of Steve's death. So many memories of Cindy, Logan and Hanna doing their homework in one or two of the booths while being fed the best salads and Italian food in the neighborhood. Steve will always hold a place in our hearts.
We loved you as our second father, Theo Stavri. Join your brothers Gus and our dear father, Andreas, now. I am so glad we had the recent Sunday afternoon outing to Sunrise to visit Mama and the ride home to Androulla and Iki's house. I will never forget your stories you told us that day. Love your niece Andronique (Nicky) Kyriacou PS Sorry about all the pictures I asked you and Thia Andi to take all these years!!!! I am the Paparazzi/Historian of the family!!!! (Thanks Maria T. Bridge for that complement!)
To the Steve Tsircou family,
Our love and prayers go out to you. You knew Steve as a beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, and uncle. My family remembers Steve as a cherished friend. For about two decades Steve fed us at the Berry Bowl - good food, good humor, precious memories. From the time the babies were just old enough to knock their heads on the tables to oldest son James' groom's dinner 15 years ago, you were a part of our family celebrations. You will always hold a special place in our hearts. Rest in peace dear friend. And to your family - may God bring His Comfort, and surround you with His Love.
Rest in Peace Uncle Steve! You will be missed! Love, Stephen, Galina, & Kyri Kolas
What a joy it was to count Steve among our friends. HIs light shone through him with his twinkly smile, crackly laugh and his warm hugs. He is one of those men for whom "May his memory be eternal" is a given. Who could forget him. We will miss him very much and we pray that you find comfort in knowing that many friends are sharing in your loss. Thank you for sharing your husband and father with
us, he was a gift.
Rest in peace uncle Steve .you was very lovable person always luphing and happy ,also the rest of you're brothers and sisters.very nice people. You are with you're brother s now, they left so early I didn't meet them but you are so look ulike. We always remember you and be in our hard !
Our Deepest Sympothys to the Tsircou Family on their Terrible Lose. Your Husband/Dad/Granfather and our "Uncle Steve" was a Great Man and we will all miss him. He always had a smile on his face and always reminded me of my father Andreas who we lost when I was 18 years old. We love you all George, Dee, Chelsea, Chanler & Chase Kyriacou; Virginia Beach, Virginia.
You will be missed, Steve. So happy we had a chance to spend time with you last summer -- it was a great visit. God Bless.