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Steve Martin “187” Tausan,

Steve Martin “187” Tausan
Well wishers are encouraged to contribute to the care and support of Steve Tausan’s minor children. Checks should be made out to “Stevie Tausan, Trustee for the Tausan Family Trust” and should be mailed to Rebecca F. Weisman, Attorney at Law, 79 Devine Street, San Jose, CA 95110.

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Steve Martin “187” Tausan (above photo right in Red and White), the Sergeant-at-Arms for the Santa Cruz charter of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club and a former member of the club’s San Jose charter died October 15, 2011 at the funeral for his close friend Jeffrey “Jethro” Pettigrew.
Tausan was a complex, widely respected and fondly remembered man. He was a former Marine, a former professional boxer and a good father. Many of the most memorable stories about Tausan describe his paternal devotion and his general kindness to children. He once left a Hells Angels New Year’s Eve party early because he wanted to make sure his children were in bed by 10:30 p.m.
In addition to his club brothers, Tausan is survived by his mother Ramie Jean Tausan; his sisters Karan and Kathy; his niece Lynee; his fiancé; and his four children Stevie, Rowdy, Steve Jr. and Daisy Mae.
Tausan will be buried Saturday, October 29 in the same cemetery where he suffered his fatal wounds. The funeral is private and mourners may attend by invitation only.
Well wishers are encouraged to contribute to the care and support of Steve Tausan’s minor children. Checks should be made out to “Stevie Tausan, Trustee for the Tausan Family Trust” and should be mailed to Rebecca F. Weisman, Attorney at Law, 79 Devine Street, San Jose, CA 95110.
Steve Tausan died bravely. Many women will weep for him. He was 52.
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Gar Says:

Interesting photo. Buffets breed unity.




  • Rebel Says:
    Dear Gar,
    I ran that photo just so people who don’t know much about this subculture, like reporters in the mainstream press, might get some clue that the outlaw biker world is more complex than it is usually portrayed as being. There was so much noise in the press the last couple of days, even the fucking Huffington Post, about biker violence and the Starbucks War and all that horsehit. I thought the Huffington Post and the Chronicle and so on should see that photo.
    The Mongol next to Steve Tausan is a very widely respected guy who I happen to like quite a lot. I think everybody who knows the guy likes him including some ATF Agents. I have never mentioned his name here and out of respect to him and the Mongols I never will. The cafeteria line is at a bike show. It is a picture of two guys, side by side, who were just looking at motorcycles.
    My tiny, little contribution to try to encourage three or four days in a row of world peace. Not that it is any of my fucking business. But, sometimes I just gotta be me.
    Rebel













  • Gar Says:
    Rebel:
    Very cool, man! Thanks for sharing. Yeah, you’ll never see a headline in the mainstream media that reads “Local Bike Show A Success: Several Bike Clubs Gathered for Bikes and Brats; Law Enforcement Scampers to Justify Their Exorbitant Budget and Manpower Overkill.”













  • Phuquehed Says:
    My condolences to his family and his brothers of the club. Keep the memories strong in you and it’ll be almost like he’s always still there with you.













  • JAMES Says:
    On the photo, REBEL you are so correct, some were even conversing and getting along very well.









  • PHILIP, R.I.P. MY FRIEND....

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