In Memory

Steven Ainsworth - Class Of 1974

Steven Ainsworth passed away on November 26, 2009, due to complications of H1N1.  He was 53 years of age, residing in Marysville, WA.

He is survived by his wife, Diane Ainsworth, daughter Lauren Ainsworth, son Aaron Ainsworth, mother Cathy Ainsworth, sister Sandra Hurst, and brother David Ainsworth.

Diane, his wife, wrote, "Steve was taken from us suddenly. He cherished his connection to Zama. He was a wonderful husband, and father. He is missed so very much. He worked for Boeing Co. for over 29 years and he was proud of all the hard work he had accomplished for his career. He talked fondly of years at Zama and the friends he made there. Steve was a good guy!!!"

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02/18/10 08:48 PM #1    

Kevin Kobayashi (1984)

to the Ainsworth family, i would like to send my deepest condolences to you and your family. I really had fun getting to know him while going to a few reunions in the past. I will always treasure them forever. Rest in peace. Steve.

08/21/10 11:56 AM #2    

Laura Bogen (1974)

Steven was one of my closest confidants in high school.  I could tell him anything.  I am so sorry for your loss, and I am very sad now that I haven't been able to make it to any of the reunions.  I really thought that eventually I would be able to see him again.  As the zaniness of life starts to settle down, the more my thoughts turn toward the past and the more important my friends from high school become.  I am glad to hear that his life was full and happy. I am sorry that he was taken away from you so soon.  I hope that you are fnding peace.  Laura

11/21/10 09:23 PM #3    

Barbara Ashe (MacDonald) (1975)

Wow! I haven't been on the Zama sight for some time and to see that Steve passed is so very, very sad. He was such a wonderful athlete and a super nice guy. He always made me laugh. He will be missed by so many. Rest, my friend....we shall meet again some day.  For Steve's family, my condolences.  You had a great guy and yes, his time at Zama was a wonderful time for him and all who were fortunate to know him.

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