Steven William Foreman
November 16, 1984 – October 11, 2020
Steven W. Foreman unexpectedly passed away on October 11th, 2020. He is survived by his soulmate and loving wife Dorothy, his three beautiful children Austin, Brody, and Cendall. Both his parents, David and Lora, as well as his brother Cory. Those who had the pleasure to know Steve, knew him to be a genuine, kind, and loving man. He was someone every friend and family member could call upon whenever they were in need. Along with his love for helping others without falter, he had a strong passion and love for big trucks and fast cars. This love sprouted a family of its own. Some of his best memories were made in the moments he spent in the mountains alongside his family and friends. Our family would like to thank to all of Steven’s many friends for the love and support they have shown through this very difficult time.
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Steven William Foreman
October 23, 2020
Foreman! I know you wouldn't want us crying over you, instead you would want us to be talking about how lucky we were to have known such a "badass". I am pretty sure you've already thanked the Good Lord for making you so "badass". I am grateful for our time together but sad it was cut so short. You were truly one heck of a guy, with all the right answers. Don't worry, Brody has given Bob the plans to the tree fort and I will dedicate the "Booby Trap" to you. Until we meet again my friend! With love, Kristie
October 22, 2020
I wanted to send you all our love and prayers. Unfortunately, we didn't get to grow up close to you Steven but I do remember that whenever we did get together your personality and humor were unforgettable. I can't even imagine what you all are going through and I pray your memories and knowing Steven is keeping a close eye on you all will help to ease your pain. Hugs❤Cyndi
October 22, 2020
Steve, aka the silver fox. I will always miss all the shenanigans when our families were all together. Late night dinner dates, to family game nights. I loved being Dottie and yours 3rd wheel when Johnny was working. Our crazy VIP. Nights are one for the books. Your heart was so big and so welcoming. My hubby will sure miss his best bud. You are the one he could ALWAYS count on. I am so thankful for the friendship we have all had over the last 16 years. We love you and miss you so much. I am so grateful to be able to love on your wife and babies. We will see you again. I’ll bring the champagne! 🍾
October 22, 2020
When my best friend told about her new boyfriend Steve, I knew she had found THE ONE! At such a young age, the amount love Steve and Dorothy had for each other was not something you saw every day.
Their lives were only about to get better when Austin joined the gang. Steve worked his tail off to provide and make ends meet for them. Something I've always admired about him was his ability to wheel and deal and make shit happen. There were some tough times for them, but he always made sure Dorothy and the kids never went with out.
A few houses/cars/suv's/mini vans/pickups, a wedding and years later, oh and the addition of 2 more little people, Cendall and Brody, Steve and Dorothy finally found their rhythm in life. Full steam ahead, the two of them ready to tackle the world in a house full of love, endless laughter (thanks to Steve and his jokes or pranks) and memories that will live on in all of our hearts.
Steve was never to be seen with out some sort of smirk or smile on his face. He could talk cars for days and was always ready with a helping hand to fix yours when you needed. The endless amount of "buddies" Steve has is a true testament to the kind of man and the life he lived.
Steve, thank you for giving Jason and I 3 beautiful, amazing, and strong God Children. We are extremely honored to have that privilege. More importantly, thank you for giving my bestfriend the life she deserves. You unconditional love, support during the darkest of times, and vibrant glow you gave her is something that nobody else could give to Dorothy. "Thank you" is simply not enough.
You will be missed beyond measure and a hole in our hearts will never be filled. I will look forwarding to seeing your legacy live on in Austin, Brody and Cendall. Please watch over Dorothy, she's needing you more than you know.
October 22, 2020
I have a memory that sticks in my head today it was four years ago and Aaron Lewis singer-songwriter from Staind one of my favorite bands was coming to town but this time he was coming country never been a country fan and Steve told me I must see him he said to me " I like his country it's not like crappy Keith Urban Country it is good country LOL" I went to that concert that night and it had changed me I started to view country in a different light it's entertaining it's fun it's sad it's emotional. Steve you turned me part country ! I still love my rock and roll Steve! When I hear country I think of you. I remember the good times at grandmas Deer Lake playing in the water, boating, barbecue and taco salad. I remember the first time we met Dottie in Rosalia Washington at a motorcycle rally good times and I remember thinking what a beautiful person and I could see the love you two share. RIP my dear cousin. Aaron Lewis.
October 21, 2020
My Uncle Steve left us much too soon, but when a person lives life the way Uncle Steve did, there will never be a lack of memorable moments. Uncle Steve was always there, no matter what. He could cheer anyone up. When life wasn’t fun, he always made it fun. He was truly the best. There was never a dull moment around him. He was a role model in all the best ways. He was very patient, something I realize looking back. Someone like Uncle Steve isn’t just gone. He shined so brightly that he had a lasting effect on those around him. Like a star, he will be seen long after he has gone. The world should’ve stopped the moment Uncle Steve got his wings. Uncle Steve always set such a high standard. He had purpose. He was purposeful, in everything he did. That, I find, is a very difficult thing to grasp. He cared, and he showed it. He gave without condition. When my life seemed in so much turmoil, he and Aunt Dot were there, to help me see the beauty in it I had forgotten about. For a good while it seemed I spent every weekend out at “Aunt Dot and Uncle Steve’s.” They helped me through so much; I hope he knew, and I hope she knows. Everyone should have an Uncle Steve in their lives. He was truly one of a kind; he and my Aunt Dot were unstoppable together, in all the most beautiful ways. He lives on, not only in our memories, but also through his children. I will miss him so much. The thought of a life without Uncle Steve, someone who meant so much to many people, is so heartbreaking. Wherever he is, I know he’s having a good time. If anyone deserves it, he does
October 19, 2020
The family would not know me at all. A nephew of mine sent me Steve's way a few years ago. About a 351 Ford engine with some of my deep questions.
Steve was so giving of his time, I was stunned. He guided me through a coming rebuild and would take nothing for the advice.
I found the man full of integrity and kindness.
I'm honored I met him, if ever so briefly.
Jon 'Mike' Yeager, Deer Park, WA
October 18, 2020
To my brother I will never forget our family dinners and how you were so good to the girls or how you taught me how to change the thermostat on my ugly old caprice boy that thing was ugly you and Dot new it haha I know you guys shared a few laughs about it. I would tell you I loved how it road smooth. Our family has so many memories with you that we cherish. Jake and I knew that no matter what life threw at us if we needed help or just someone to talk to we could count on you. Even if you were spread thin already with helping others you always had time for us. That's because I have the most awesome, giving, caring brother in-law ever. My brother in-law is better then your's!! We will hold all our memories close to our heart. We love you brother.
October 17, 2020
Steve was such a good good good person! I've known him for over 20 years. I always gave him a big hug when I'd see him. My heart goes out to all his family and friends. He will be greatly missed!!! Please let me know how I can support Steve's family. My heart breaks for you all. I'm praying for you all.
Love, Kindl Shaffer