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Stephen Alan Gadomski, Jr.

December 18, 1969 - November 17, 2018

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Stephen Alan Gadomski, Jr., 48, passed away on November 17, 2018 in Olympia, WA. Stephen was born Dec. 18, 1969 in Burbank, CA. He graduated from Capital High School in 1988.
Stephen was an enthusiastic and skilled cook; he loved baking and grilling. His grilling skills came in handy with his love of fishing. Another passion Stephen had was for marbles. He passed on this passion to his daughter, Vera Lynn. She still has all the marbles Stephen gave her over the years.
Stephen had a deep love of fishing, whether it was for local catch or commercial. He spent many years travelling the world fishing commercially in places such as Japan, and also stateside in Alaska, Louisiana and other areas. Later, he worked as a revenue agent for the State of Washington.
Stephen is survived by his daughter, Vera Lynn of Seattle, five brothers Michael and Justin Gadomski of California, Brendan and Christopher Gadomski of Texas, Damien Gadomski of Washington, one sister Catherine Raney of California, mother Patricia Armstrong of Washington and many aunts and uncles.