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Sidney M. Lull Jr.

 

Sidney M. Lull Jr. passed away on Tuesday, May 30, 2017, at the age of 76. He was born in Winthrop, Washington, to Elizabeth and Sidney M. Lull on February 1, 1941. Sid was the sixth and last child. He grew up on his father's ranch below Sun Mountain in Winthrop. Sid graduated from Wenatchee Valley College with an Associates of Arts degree, married Joy Jensen, and then shortly thereafter started their family in Winthrop. Sid drove logging trucks for Lloyd Logging, worked on Grand Coulee Dam for Teamsters, was a cable TV Technician for TCI, and in his later years created Wolf Creek Saddle Shop. He had a passion for creating leather objects, hand cutting and tooling each piece. He spent many hours in his shop working on projects while talking with friends and drinking coffee.

Sid always had a good sense of humor, quick wit, and a general kinship with people. He will be missed greatly.

Sid was preceded in death by his parents, Sidney and Elizabeth Lull; brothers: Bud, Bill and Elmer Lull; and sisters: Evelyn Picard and Lorna Mae Jenkins.

Sid is survived by his wife, Joy Lull; his two daughters: Toni Lefler and Wendy Bowline; son, Sidney M. Lull III; grandchildren: Paige Lefler, Faustine Greenwood and Joey Bowline. Great-grandson, Jaxx Greenwood; two sons-in-law: Rob Lefler, and Jeff Bowline. Sid leaves many nephews and nieces, whom he loved very much, along with one brother-in-law, Howard Picard.

Thank you to his family, friends, and hospice who helped Sid go towards the light of God with dignity and love in his home in Wilbur, Washington.

Memorial services will be held at Strate Funeral Home in Grand Coulee, Washington, on Saturday, June 17, 2017, at 10:00 a.m.

The family requests any donations be made in his memory to: Assured Hospice, 1417 S Pioneer Way, Moses Lake, WA 98837.

 

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