Eastern Washington crash kills West Seattle resident Sally Eustis

Memorial arrangements are pending for West Seattle resident Sally Eustis, killed when a driver hit her as she rode a bicycle near Walla Walla last weekend. The report comes from our partners at the Seattle Times. She was an executive with the furniture company her husband, Howard Eustis, founded more than 30 years ago, Heartwood. The company website pays tribute to Ms. Eustis on its home page as “lovely and gracious” and says memorial details will be posted there. According to an Eastern Washington report, the driver who hit and killed Ms. Eustis was trying to pass her and the relative with whom she was riding.

3 Replies to "Eastern Washington crash kills West Seattle resident Sally Eustis"

  • Donna Ryan May 24, 2011 (10:23 pm)

    Absolutely awful news – my heart goes out to all her loved ones.

  • Beth May 25, 2011 (8:35 am)

    This is heartbreaking. My heart, too, goes out to her family and friends. So, so sorry.

  • Sue May 25, 2011 (4:33 pm)

    I grew up with Sally in Oregon and we were neighbors in West Sesttle. The news is shocking and sad, she will be missed and our condolences to her family.

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