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Stephen "Steve" A Kaliman

October 30, 1956 ~ July 2, 2020 (age 63)

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The world lost an amazing man on July 2nd 2020. Steve Kaliman was a fun loving guy. He was born on October 30, 1956. Steve grew up in Randle Wa. He lived in Randle with his parents Anita May and Steve. Steve attended White Pass School. He loved playing football during high school. In 1974 when his mom passed away, Steve decided he needed some adventure in his life and joined the Army. He was sent to Germany and had some funny stories to share about his Army days. After the Army he headed back to Lewis county where,like his dad took up driving trucks. He spent many hours in the seat of trucks. He managed to see most of the 48 states. Later in years he did go to Hawaii. From a small boy he also had a love of motorcycles. Steve bought and sold many Harleys. He went to Sturgis N.D most years with buddies from Lewis county. He would meet up with some great friends he met while working in the oil fields in N.D. In 2012 he hooked up with his Susie. Sue Wilson and Steve had a loving relationship right up until his death. They enjoyed riding motorcycles and travelling. Steve and Sue went over to Hawaii as often as They could. He loved going on the Sunset cruises. Those cruises were very special to him. He loved Maui, and some of his ashes will be scattered in Maui. In the recent years Steve bought a quad. And, the hills in Shelton, WA were never the same. He loved racing to the top of the mountains where he felt like the king! Steve will be missed by his many grandkids who called him Papa Steve, all of his friends, relatives and especially by Sue and their dogs, Thor, Buddy and Lila who were like kids to Steve. Steve was proceeded in death by his parents, brother and his 2 sister's. He had just reconnected with his Auntie Arline. He had numerous nephews, nieces and cousins. He will be missed by all of them. He had 1 sister, Merry Barnes who lost her only surviving sibling. Please feel free to leave a message or share a funny story. Steve was loved and respected by many. He will be missed. There will be a get together to share funny stories.. Date and time to be announced at a later date.

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