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Deputy Sheriff Steven E. Cox | King County Sheriff's Office, Washington King County Sheriff's Office, Washington

Deputy Sheriff

Steven E. Cox

King County Sheriff's Office, Washington

End of Watch: Saturday, December 2, 2006
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Reflections for Deputy Sheriff Steven E. Cox


Miss you like crazy Uncle Steve. I think about you everyday and hope you would be proud of the man that I've become. It's crazy to think that the last time I saw you I was 8 years old. I turn 18 in 10 days and I still think about our last conversation all the time. I wish you were still here more than anything, but I hope paradise is treating you well. Love and miss you

PJ Cox
September 28, 2015

Tonight I was sitting here reflecting back on the days we spent together working sde by side. Steve, you were and are such an inspiration to us all. I wanted to say something here to let you know that you are never far from my thoughts.....I will ALWAYS remember you and the great times we had in White Center. Thanks for tons of great memories and laughs (especially during your 3rd month FTO:P and you know what I'm talking about) your partner and friend

MPO Mary B. Syson
Field Trainer, Partner and Friend
March 2, 2015

Hi, Steve, another year has gone by, I just wanted you to know you and your family are not forgotten and always in our minds, thoughts, prayers. Sincerely, Precinct 4.

Deputy at Precinct 4
King County Sheriff
December 15, 2014

We miss you Steve! And of course Maria and Bronson! Thinking about you today! Your former neighbors Patti and Marissa.

Patti Johnson
December 9, 2014

I don't know any of the men here but I see the Sheriffs busy all the time. I am so sorry humanity shows its worst to all of you. I am speechless at why young people turn evil and take crime and human life so lightly. My heart hurts at even leaving my home. I feel a little safer knowing all of you are there......May the Lord bless and keep you safer.

August 29, 2014

Officer Steve,

You made my night one night when you fixed my car that was broke down in the middle of Albertson's parking lot. You were so friendly, and I was so happy to have my car start up again.

I was shocked the night I saw the news and heard of your untimely exit.

RIP and you are never forgotten.


December 28, 2013

Hi, Steve, just wanted to pay my respects. It's been 7 years. We all miss you and your presence. Thinking of you and your family during this difficult holiday season, sincerely, Deputy at Precinct 4.

King County Deputy, Precinct 4
King County Sheriff
December 21, 2013

I remember steve not only because he transported me to jail and the ride there he made sure that i was ok we even joked to each other as he took me in. Some time had passed and he came in to my place of employment and i recognized him of course i said you probably dont remember me he smiled I made the comment about the ride he smiled and said looks like your doing good he came in a couple of more times and i always felt like he was someone that cared asked me how i was doing and i always told him to be safe. well I moved on from that place of employment and moved out of burien. but steve was a positive attribute to me doing good today I just want to thank you and that your thought of

henry hagen
December 7, 2012

It was 6 years ago today, almost to the hour as I write this. Tragic loss of a good man. I think of Steve often, and my good wishes go out to his family. His brother Ron is a great person, and I'm proud to have married into the family. Let's not mourn today what we lost, let's remember and celebrate everything that was good.

Randy Querin
married Steve's lovely cousin
December 2, 2012

R.I.P. Brother, May God be with you on your new journey and God Bless your family and may he be with them at this time of hardship.

Chief Ronald J. Sharkey SR
Hastings Borough Police
December 3, 2011

R.I.P. Warrior, may God grant your family, and Deputy Cox's fellow Warriors, the peace that ONLY He can give.

He will be missed, God bless you.

CPL. JM. Shaver
Hinesville PD
December 3, 2011

Your brothers just wrapped up a case in White Center. We spent 90 days in the Center following up on what you started.
I felt you as I walked in your foot steps. You motivated me and my crew to work hard and to do good for your people that still to this day relate to you.
Your name still rings in the ears of criminals as a deterrent, and in the minds of officers as a role model.
Always remembered, Never forgotten.

November 13, 2011


It's been two years since I last wrote, 4 years since you were killed, and 5 years since I saw you last. Heading back down to Seattle for more work soon, the same reason we first got to meet; that sure was a good day. You sure did love both the job and White Center. I'm going to try to get a ride in with someone there when I'm down. It won't be you, but it'll be good. I sure miss you. Thanks for the talks and the good times, bro.

Miss you, my friend. Rest easy, we've got it from here.

Ofc. Alan Mitchell
Alaska DJJ
January 19, 2011

Steve was a member of my fraternity, Tau Kappa Epsilon, at the University of Washington. He was considered the toughest guy in the house, and the second wildest, after his best buddy, the late Domingo Quiachon. He was selective about who he mixed with, but I'm proud to say that his best college friends, after Domingo, were Roger Epps, Dave Gruber, Jeff Babb and myself. We are all thankful for what Steve became, and we know that God is holding him close.

Barney Hartley
September 24, 2010


I have moved on from White Center, to the desert of AZ. I think of you often and will NEVER forget all that you taught me and I inspire to be everyday. You may be gone, but you will never be forgotten !!!!


4K70 (former) KCSO
Scottsdale, AZ PD
July 13, 2010

We kicked a lot of ass an took names for years at #4. Deputies are handcuffed now and hiding under rocks. Afraid of #1 and her food tasters. You were, and still are the reason I put the uniform on everyday and still kick ass. I raised my right hand to protect and serve. I will continue to do so. Just as you did everyday! Respect, Miss you man.

January 16, 2010


January 6, 2010

Steve I know you are watching over us and I am grateful. Yesterday was a hard day to get through still remembering what happened to you. You are as always much loved and missed.

Friend Danelle Johnson
December 3, 2009

Hi, Steve, you have already been joined by four Lakewood Police Officers and one Seattle Police officer, of late. I know you are not alone. My Love to you and for what you stand for. Deputy from Precinct 4.

December 2, 2009

Your heroism and service is honored today, the third anniversary of your death. Your memory lives and you continue to inspire. Thank you for your service. My cherished son Larry Lasater was a fellow police officer murdered in the line of duty on April 24, 2005 while serving as a Pittsburg, CA police officer.

I pray for the solace of all those who love and miss you, especially your family. The pain and pride are forever.

Rest In Peace

Phyllis Loya
mother of fallen officer Larry Lasater
December 2, 2009

We miss you, Steve. Thanks for watching over us...
This day is a tough one. You will always be remembered and loved dearly.

December 2, 2009

Hi Steve. Thinking about you alot lately.You are missed so much. Say "hey" to our family members up there for me.

December 1, 2009

Hey Steve, The anniversary of your death will be here soon. We are all looking forward to the anual gathering/dinner to celebrate your life. Those of us from the "Center" are scattered all over the county now but even in death you manage to bring us all together. You are not forgotten Steve. Everyday you still touch our lives.

Deputy Christine Masters
King County Sheriff's Office
November 15, 2009

Happy 4th of July, America! It's people like Steve that make our country great...unselfishly putting others before themselves. We are blessed to live in a country that still values life and liberty. Thanks to all our public servants who give of themselves on a daily basis to enrich our lives and secure our peace and safety. God bless each of you.
Lynn Kole
Bellingham, WA

July 4, 2009

It's been 2 years since you were taken. I just read the last 4 pages of your reflections. I remember the impression you left on me when you died and the sadness your wife felt after losing her "superman." I made a copy of that article and have never forgotten it. Your work ethic was amazing and you definitely followed your calling. No one will ever have the impact you had on your fellow officers, your family and your community. You are ONE in a MILLION! May the Lord Jesus continue to heal and bless all who knew and loved you. You were a true servant and you will NEVER be forgotten!
Lynn Kole
Bellingham, WA

December 7, 2008


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