Steven A. Winn

Born: Wed., Feb. 16, 1966
Died: Sun., Feb. 27, 2011

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Steven Anthony Winn Touwatoi - 45 years old, tribal member of the Umatilla Indian Reservation died Sunday, February 27, 2011. Dressing Ceremony will be held Tuesday, March 1, 2011 at 2:00 PM at Burns Mortuary Chapel in Pendleton, followed by a Washat Service Tuesday evening at 7:00 PM at the Tribal Longhouse, Mission, Oregon. Funeral Service will take place on Wednesday, March 2, 2011 at 9:00 AM at the Tutuilla Presbyterian Church, followed by burial at Tutuilla Cemetery in Pendleton, Oregon. The family welcomes all who knew him to attend the funeral and memorial services. Sign the condolence book at www.burnsmortuary.com Burns Mortuary of Pendleton is in charge of arrangements. Mr. Winn was born February 16, 1966 in Pendleton to Beverly and Roger Winn deceased. He graduated from the Pendleton High School in 1984 and lived in Pendleton before he joined the U.S. Army in 1990. He served in Desert Storm and continued serving in the U.S. military until he was honorably discharged in the spring of 1997. While he was serving the military Mr. Winn married Judy Bradley in April 1993 and they together had a beautiful daughter, Ashley Winn. After his completion of active duty in the military, Mr. Winn returned to his hometown of Pendleton, Oregon in September 1997 with his wife Judy and daughter Ashley. He began employment with the Wildhorse Resort and Casino as a Security Officer in December of 1997, and was promoted to a Security Director. Mr. Winn's greatest enjoyment was to take his daughter Ashley to her softball practices and games. Mr. Winn was an active participant in the Tribal Ceremonial activities. He enjoyed many outdoor recreations, including: snowmobiling, hunting, drag-racing and fishing. He also greatly enjoyed playing with his nephews and nieces. Mr. Winn is survived by: his mother Beverly Winn, wife Judy Winn, daughter Ashley Winn, all of Pendleton, OR, children Sean and Melissa of Independence, MO, sisters: Janine Bearchum of Pendleton, OR, Lynsie Burke of Tempe, AZ, and Nicole Winn of Joseph, OR, brothers: Lance and Jeff Winn of Seattle, WA, Wup Winn of Joseph, OR, Brooker Jones of Pendleton, OR, Ben Bearchum of Pendleton, OR, and Tannon Strong of Pendleton, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. William Burke, and many uncles, aunts, cousins, nieces, nephews and many friends. He was preceded in death by his father Roger Winn and uncle Butch Collins.

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Heather Juan
   Posted Tue March 01, 2011
my prayers go out to the family and his daughter Ashley. He was a great man. Love ya lots Steve Winn...on your journey. he was a strong man that is in a better place, but he will be so greatly missed.

Katrina Wiley-Melton
   Posted Tue March 01, 2011
Steve will be missed dearly.He was a one of a kind type of person.Steve was the guy who could get a whole room of people laughing during stressful situations.Steve always expressed his love for family and the outdoors.I feel blessed to have had the opportunity to know Steve.My thoughts and prayers are with his family.

scott and angela turner
   Posted Tue March 01, 2011
We have known steve for a long time, he was a wonderful person and will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends, we are so sorry for your loss, he was one of a kind.

Julie Swanson
   Posted Tue March 01, 2011
Darrell Bliss and I express deep sympathy to all of Steve's friends and family, especially Bev. A huge loss to the human community.

Steve & Bobbie Bushman
   Posted Tue March 01, 2011
So sorry for the loss of such a great guy. Steve was a great friend, who will be missed daily. He was a great father to Ashley and very devoted to his family and friends. Thoughts and prayers are being sent. We love you Steve.. and will miss you alot. Keep smiling.

Shirley Eatwell
   Posted Wed March 02, 2011
Dear Beverly and family, I was shocked to hear of the loss of Steve Winn. He was a great boss and would always make me laugh. He will be missed, and my thoughts and prayers are with you. Now he is with Eddie and Matt and having a good time together. RIP Steve and you will be missed.

Shirley Eatwell
   Posted Wed March 02, 2011
Dear Beverly and family, I was shocked to hear of the loss of Steve Winn. He was a great boss and would always make me laugh. He will be missed, and my thoughts and prayers are with you. Now he is with Eddie and Matt and having a good time together. RIP Steve and you will be missed.

Sarah & Shawn Wearin
   Posted Wed March 02, 2011
You are ALL in our thoughts. What a wonderful man, thank you for sharing him with us! I will miss hearing "howdy ma'am" & "peachy", that infectious laugh & that huge smile. Forever in our hearts.

Steve Davidson
   Posted Wed March 02, 2011
I will miss Steve around the camp fire.

Janet Eakin
   Posted Wed March 02, 2011
My thoughts an prayers are with you at this time...Janet Eakin TG

Brandon Case
   Posted Thu March 03, 2011
Steve was one of a kind and a rare breed this day and age. He was a gentleman and set the standard for those around him. He will be missed by any and everyone he ever encountered. RIP Mr. Winn. . .

Les and Lynn Smith
   Posted Thu March 03, 2011
Janine and family, We are so sorry for your loss, and our thoughts are with you. Les and Lynn

Darren Culp
   Posted Thu March 03, 2011
I can't believe he is gone. Steve used to make me laugh so hard and he and I used to cause some good natured chaos in Mrs. Livermore's class. Good times for sure. He will be missed. Rest in peace Steve.

Heather Jo Marchbanks
   Posted Thu March 03, 2011
I was fortunate enough to know Steve beginning in grade school and all the way through high school, graduating with him from PHS in 1984. I didn't know Steve as well as some did, but the memories I have are all great ones. I had a great affection and respect for Steve based on the integrity with which he carried himself and his kind heart. The last time I saw Steve was just before he left for the service, I believe at a going-away party for him thrown at the Tapadera Inn in Pendleton. I have thought of him many times since then, was very shocked and sad to hear of his passing and, of course, regret not having time to make more memories and to say goodbye. Thanks for the memories, Steve...you will be missed greatly by all who knew you. Your smile and your laugh were contagious! It was impossible to be in your presence and not feel your kindred spirit. I hope you know just how many hearts you touched. My thoughts and prayers are with your family and friends. Love, Heather

Cheri Reinhart
   Posted Fri March 04, 2011
Bev, Janine, Wup and he rest of the family I am so sorry to hear about Steve. I didn't know him well but when Walt and I did see him he was always smiling and very friendly. Shane and I are holding you in our prayers and thoughts. Try to remember all the good times. If you need anything at all please give me or Shane a call. Love you guys

Ashley Winn
   Posted Fri September 30, 2011
Daddy, I love you and I miss you terribly, I think about you every second of the day bud.. Im having such a hard time, Seems like Im needing you more&more. I wish I could call and text you.. I dont have time to say much more, So I love you! love, chick :

Danielle Collins
   Posted Sat February 04, 2012
As the one year anniversary of your passing approaches, it's important to me that your Mom and daughter know how much you are still thought of by me!You were one of the most joyful people to be around and I'm sure your daughter Ashley carries that torch proudly!You are so dearly missed Steve, I'm truly grateful for the hilarious memories that myself and my family got to create with you!See you on the other side my friend! Much Love Always-Dani

Adila Gibson
   Posted Wed September 12, 2012
I last saw Steve in July, 2010. I worked with him a few years at the casino. Steve was easy to talk to, and friendly to pass the break with. I will miss him.

Adila Gibson
   Posted Wed September 12, 2012
oops, sorry I last saw Steve in July 2011.

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