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Steve Mauler (05/23/1949 - 04/20/2013)

Steve, 63, passed away on April 20, 2013 in Everett, Washington. He was born on May 23, 1949 in Bellingham, Washington.

Steve joked constantly and enjoyed watching television and movies. He also loved spending time with his family. He was an usher & greeter at Mountain View Community Church in Snohomish. During his life, he worked for The Boeing Company for over 20 years, and prior to that helped design boats at Bayliner. Steve was a veteran and served as a flight crew chief for the US Air Force. Steve spent more than ten years working on building his own experimental aircraft, an RV-7A just as unique as he was. He also enjoyed fabricating parts and tools to use during the construction process.

He is survived by his wife Lisa Mauler, his daughters Tracy Mumm (Nathan) of Monroe, Bethanne Bramhall (Mark) of Federal Way, and Sueanne Skeen (James) of Shoreline, his step-sons Andrew and James Eder, his brothers Kenneth Mauler of Rathdrum, ID, and Rick Mauler (Cindy) of Ferndale, his niece Emily Wilson, and seven grandchildren.

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