Steven R. Sutton

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  • "Because Steve was the youngest and I was the oldest of nine..."
    - Sheila Sutton Carter
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    - Mary Cushman Schaal
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    - Liz Zirkle Waetzig
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    - Richard "Doc" Evans
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    - Randi Ellefson
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Steven R. Sutton
Jan. 12, 1964- April 5, 2011

Sadly, Steve left us the morning of April 5. He was an amazing multi-talented young man. He is and always will be loved. He was a brother, uncle, cousin and loyal friend to many whom he leaves behind.
Steve was a graduate of Cascade High School, Whitworth College and attended Western Washington University. He went on to be a software program engineer with Microsoft.
Steve was born to Joyce and Ray Sutton of Everett, WA.
He leaves behind siblings, Sheila Sutton-Carter, Sandy Sutton Burrows, Dan Sutton, Joe (and DeAnna) Sutton, Scott Sutton, Mark (and Vicki) Sutton and Jan Webb; as well as many nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Joyce Sutton; and sister, Polly Sutton.
In his earlier years, Steve loved to spend time at his church camp at Tall Timber, Leavenworth. He also loved spending time at Lake Cavanaugh with family and friends. He enjoyed fixing and building things, as well as working on his landscaping projects at home or at the lake. He enjoyed traveling and watching old movies with a passion. Steve was a very talented singer and pianist. He was a former member of the Cascade High School Del Sonics and the Seattle Men's Choir.
His canine pals Denali, K'Lo and Leschi will miss their walks with him.
We will miss Steve more than words can say.
Remembrance donations are suggested to Tall Timber Ranch, or to a charity of your choice.
A memorial gathering will be announced at a later date.

Published in The Herald (Everett) from Apr. 15 to Apr. 17, 2011
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