In Memory

Steve Lyonais

Steve Lyonais

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12/17/15 09:14 PM #1    

Robert Worley

Lana and I have great memories partying with Steve and Marian Thompson.
He was a good friend. We lost touch when we moved to Bellingham in the late 60's. Stevie RIP.

12/18/15 06:03 PM #2    

Mike Randall

Steve was one of my best friends when we were kids at Spring Glen grade school and through high school. Didn't see much of him after high school, just once or twice after that. Just sad to know he is gone now.

12/20/15 12:57 PM #3    

Shiela Stinebaugh (Harvey)

I am so sad to hear Steve passed away, especially at this time of year.  My heart and prayers go out to his family.

12/20/15 09:33 PM #4    

Randy Pratt

Ah.....Gee......Quit passing on please! We are sure going to miss soooo many of our good friends!!!  It is an argument for making sure that we make it to the great reunion opportunities you all have been organizing. I will certainly miss Steve!.  I haven't seen him since grad day but remember him well.  Rest in peace Steve!

12/23/15 07:05 AM #5    

Clem Edwards

So sorry to hear about Steve's passing. The last I saw him was in the early 90's and then lost track of him. Wish I could've seen him again , he was a good friend , I will miss him. RIP Steve...

12/24/15 02:59 PM #6    

Linda Richards (Thompson)

I too lost contact with Steve after high school but during grade school he and I had a special bond always being the shortest of the class.  I think that continued throughout school.  RIP Steve and my deepest condolences to the family.

12/24/15 11:42 PM #7    

Nancy Duff (Bunker)

I was sorry to hear of Steve,s passing, he was a good friend.I saw him a few times after graduation and he was always a good guy...

Nancy Duff Bunker


12/25/15 10:37 PM #8    

David Peterson

What I recall about Steve are times listening to bob Dillion during adventures involving drinking and women- girls.  

12/26/15 09:06 PM #9    

John Chanik

Steve was one of the first kids I met when I moved into the neighborhood of the Benson Hwy and SE 192nd St. Steve lived across the canyon from me. He knew more about sports than anyone else in the neighborhood. The last time I saw Steve was during a party that I had in the late 80's. We ran with the Anglemyers, Helvy's, Shermans, and many others who lived nearby until we got out of highschool and Uncle Sam got a hold of most of us. Steve and I attended Spring Glen Elementary, Dimmitt Junior High, and of course RHS together. Only saw him few times after high school, but he was key to my growing up in that old neighborhood.

12/30/15 05:52 PM #10    

Jackie Henry (D'Agosto)

Steve was a classmate from first grade at Spring Glen through high school. He was always a great kid. kind of a little teddy bear. Looking back at pictures, he was always in the front row, right next to Linda Richards! Rest in peace, my friend, until we meet again.

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