Deric Donald Stull

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STULL, Deric Donald

Was called home to be with his Savior, Jesus Christ in Heaven on Feb. 19, 2011. Born on Feb. 21, 1987 in Enumclaw, WA., to Daryl D. and Michelle L. (Hare) Stull. Moved to Spokane, WA., in 1994 to live close to his grandparents. He attended Ridgeview Elementary, Salk Middle School and Shadle High. He loved to go camping, fishing, bowling, build things with Legos and Knex, and really enjoyed being at Grandma's house. He also loved people, meeting them and helping them. There are many people whose lives he touched and will miss him greatly.
Deric was preceded in death by his Great Grandfather Henry Miller of Whidbey Island, Grandfather and Grandmother Forrest F. and Myrtle E. Stull of Whidbey Island, and Grandfather Donald R. Schuler of Spokane, WA.
He is survived by his parents Daryl D. and Michelle L. Stull of Murray, ID., brother Dean and his wife Theresa Stull of Puyallup, WA., Deana Stull of Las Vegas, NV., Dawn and her husband Pat Ciarus of Stanwood, WA., Trisha Simmons of Seattle, WA., and Amber Stull and her significant other Kayla McCorkle of Murray, ID., Great Grandmother Mildred Miller (102 years) of Ellensburg, WA., and Grandmother Anne Schuler of Spokane, WA., and many uncles, aunts and cousins.
From our hearts we would like to thank the staff of Accres Alvest for all the love, time, and patience they showed our son in his home as he lived with us, all in his short time here on earth. Also, the staff and Brenda Moore at DDD for their help and support. God bless each and every one of you. Thank you.
There will be no viewing or memorial. We plan to have a celebration of Deric's life this spring or summer. " We love you, Deric."

Published in Spokesman-Review from Feb. 23 to Feb. 24, 2011
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