Shadow Mountain Mortuary

2350 East Greenway Road, Phoenix, AZ


Steven Michael Fluty

October 30, 1967July 6, 2019

Fluty, Steven Michael, 51 of Phoenix, Arizona, entered into God’s hands on July 6, 2019. Steve was born to Kathy and Gerry Fluty on October 30, 1967 in Excelsior Springs, Missouri. In 1983, he moved to Baltimore, Maryland. He was a graduate of Hereford High School, where he participated in football, baseball, and was named All State in soccer. Steve moved to Prescott, Arizona, in 1990, where he became a Yavapai County Sheriff’s Deputy till 1997. While in Prescott, Steve met the love of his life, Shuree. They married on September 20, 1997 and together they raised two kids, Brianna and Brandon. They have enjoyed traveling the world and making memories together. Steve loved his family, a good pint, and the citizens of Phoenix. In 1997, he joined the Phoenix Police Department and for over twenty years, Steve served Phoenix residents as a member of the Walking Beat and Bicycle squads. He was known for his level head and sporting shorts whenever possible. Steve’s older sister, Lisa, precedes him in death. He is survived by his wife, Shuree, daughter Brianna (Josh) Furina, son Brandon Dube, grandchildren Noah (10), Macy (3) and Jack (1), parents Kathy and Gerry, younger sister Shari (Tracy) Griffin, nieces and nephews and countless friends and fellow officers. Steve’s sense of humor, caring nature, and quick wit will be missed by all who knew him. A Celebration of Life will be held at the Irish Cultural Center (1106 North Central Avenue, Phoenix) on Friday, July 12, 2019 from 6p.m. to 9p.m. (Due to parking restrictions, Uber, Lyft and Light rail recommended.) There was no darkness in Steve. Please honor his memory by wearing bright colors as we celebrate his life and honor his wishes to “Party It Up” (Steve encourages shorts!). In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) in Steve’s name. Arrangements made by Shadow Mountain Mortuary.


  • Celebration of Life Friday, July 12, 2019


Steven Michael Fluty

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Patsy Nash

July 15, 2019

I remember Steve from his days on Lpne Jack Mo. We got on the bus together at the same stop, he was always a jokester. He was a great neighbor & friend. Steve always had a smile on his face & you could count on him for a good laugh.
My heart goes out to his parents & sister; I'm so sorry for what you have endured in these last 5 months.. to his wife & children I never met you but I know you were wonderful family.. my prayers go out to you during this time.
May God Bless each one of you, carry on his memory like he would want you to.

Jez Craig

July 9, 2019

I met Steve several times in passing downtown having no idea I worked with his wife at the time. He was always so cool to me and was a really awesome guy. I didn't know him well but he was one of my favorite police officers in Phoenix; always kind and always smiling. I'll miss this dude. Shuree keep your head up, I love you to death and I'm so sorry for your loss. Reach out if you need anything. Rest in complete peace Steve.

William De La Torre

July 9, 2019

Steve and I worked together on the Police Department and Steve was always a pleasure to have around. One day, Steve and I ran into one another by accident at an ATM in Aspen Colorado. I believe Steve is in Heaven, enjoying Aspen.

Kathy Woods

July 8, 2019

Steve was a great guy, always helpful. Always in shorts, no matter the weather!! I'll be out of town, but Friday is my birthday so I'll be sure to make a toast to him! Condolences to his family.

Deklyn Powell

July 8, 2019

As my uncle, I never really got to meet you, but in my heart I still love you! I will miss u with all my heart ❤️! I know ur in heaven with my Mimi Lisa, please tell her hi and I miss her.


Cy Cahill

July 8, 2019

My thoughts and prayers are with Steve’s family. I had the honor and privilege to have worked with Steve on the Southside Walking Beat. He was a top cop and one of Phoenix PD ‘s Best! RIP young Warrior!

Amy Wilson

July 8, 2019

My mother was Lisa, Steve’s oldest sister. I was born in 1982. Steve was just kid at the time, which was great for me. When we would visit Maryland or Arizona, I got the goofball, young, and carefree Steve. Pack me around with a wig on his head Steve. Give me stuff I shouldn’t have Steve. The Steve before he knew better and just loved to cause my mom a fit. As he aged, so did I and I could respect the man he became. An amazing husband and father. An officer and friend to the community he lived in. He radiated optimism, chose good over evil, and strength over sadness. Beer above it all! I will miss you my Uncle, god speed.

Shari Griffin

July 8, 2019

As Steve's sister, I have had the pleasure of knowing him my whole life. He is one of a kind. He always had a sense of humor his whole life and continued that until he took his last breath. He always made sure to say "Thank You" to each and everyone who came to visit him. To my sister Shuree, THANK YOU for being his best friend, soulmate and best wife ever. You have endured a lot this last year and always told me it was your privilege to take care of him. You truly are AMAZING and I love you to the moon and back. RIP brother!!