In Memory

Steven Yamrick

Steven Yamrick

Steve was born August 7, 1960, and died November 5, 2001.

He was 41 years old.

His bicycle was hit by a truck near the Sheldon Rd. underpass.
Rest In Peace.


Strongsville bicyclist killed

A Strongsville man died Monday after his bicycle fell in front of a tractor-trailer rig, police said. Steven B. Yamrick, 41, was riding west on Sheldon Rd. when the rear tire of his bike blew out as he was turning right onto Eastland Rd., Middleburg Heights Police Chief John Maddox said. His bike fell into the path of the semi, which was turning right onto Eastland from the eastbound lanes of Sheldon. The driver of the semi was not cited, Maddox said. The accident occurred about 3:15 p.m.

Published in the Plain Dealer November 7, 2001


Steve's pictures from Polaris:

Auto Mechanics "B" - 1977 Auto Mechanics "B" - 1978

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06/12/09 07:44 AM #1    

Timothy J Faska

Sad! Hope that you found peace before you crossed the river Steve.

12/02/09 12:16 PM #2    

Kevin E Butler

Steve & I first became friends in elementry school. I remember his mom taking us to Geauga Lake in the Cadillac convertible as kids. We grew apart as we got older but I'll never forget his family's hospitality and Steve's great smile. R.I.P.

01/05/10 10:29 PM #3    

Gretchen White

Steve died November 5, 2001. His bicycle was hit by a truck near the Sheldon Rd. underpass, I believe.
Rest In Peace.

12/30/13 11:57 AM #4    

Edward Duffy

Wow, when I read about Stevie's passing I was shocked. He was a mischevious kid like me. One night I slept over his house and we shot at light poles with his beebee guns. We also liked to throw snowballs at cars and then ditch. Back then we did stuff like that. Nobody got hurt. We would hide when they looked for us in the ditch and crack up laughing. I miss Stevie. We had fun. His brother was a big car person. Stevie talked about his brother's T-bird that was parked in the garage. It was a sweet candy red color. Miss ya buddy. We drifted apart in HS. I was saddened when I heard of his death.  R.I.P. Stevie. 

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