Steven William Lyttle

Born in Wakefield, Yorkshire, United Kingdom on 10 February 1951
Passed away in Masterton on 15 December 2020
Aged 69 years
Adored and cherished husband of Sue. Loving and proud father and father-in-law of Scott and Amanda, and Paul and Deborah. Much loved Dah-dah of... Read more
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Sending love and hugs Sue to you and your family.
Jk, Sue and the Buckhorn Team
Sue Kennedy lit a candle for Steven William Lyttle
Such a good man. Sorry I cannot make it to the funeral. Steve, you were such a good community minded man and great to be with in the hills. You will be missed. Thinking f your family.
Herb Christophers lit a candle for Steven William Lyttle
Will miss seeing Steve's cheeky grin at the ale house and the repartee with him when walking my dog past your place in the early hours of the morning. Rest in peace mate and know that you have lived a great life. My condolences to the family
Clive Baxter lit a candle for Steven William Lyttle
Sending love & hugs Sue.
I really did feel your pain as we hugged and spoke of Steve a few days ago.
You both shared such a deep love for each other, many can only wish for.
We never know what is around the corner and I am so pleased you both got to enjoy 6 yrs in your new home and 6 yrs enjoying retirement together.
Steve was such a good bugger, I will definitely miss seeing him around town.
Thinking of you all as we look to celebrate Steve's life.
Steve Cretney lit a candle for Steven William Lyttle
Sue, you will miss Steve so much. Much love to you and your family. Steve's deep love and pride in his family his laughter, warmth and the way he made you feel welcome are things I will always remember.
Michael Bott lit a candle for Steven William Lyttle
We are very sad to hear of your passing Steve. We hold such great memories, the fun times we had, the Holdsworth Jumbo aftermath function was legend, the runs in the Tararuas, yourself and Sue always so welcoming. Rest In Peace Steve - enjoy a beer with Rolfe now. David and Brenda.
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