Bob A. Tutterrow, age 58, was born in Bellingham, Washington on September 30, 1963 to parents, Ted Tutterrow and Sharon (Brandt) Tutterrow. He attended schools in Bellingham until his family moved into Whatcom County, where they finally landed in the Meridian school district. Bob graduated from Meridian with the class of 1982. He worked part-time jobs such as Sizzler and Dairy Queen until he got on at Wilder Construction, a job he always wanted so much to follow in his dad's footsteps. His passion was to work road construction. Circumstances took him to another field of work in the late 80’s, he went into sales in Portland, Oregon for a company called NW Motor Weld while running up and down the I-5 corridor. He met Bridget Baque from Roseburg, Oregon. They were married and ended up back in Whatcom County. They had a son Christopher born on July 3, 1989. Then circumstances led to her leaving to move back to Oregon. Bob had returned to Wilder Construction to work in 1991. Bob met Lisa Bullene Tutterrow and they started their own journey through life. They were married in 1996. They enjoyed doing a lot of outdoor activities like camping, playing coed softball and spending time in Idaho with family there. In March of 1994 his dad, himself and his brother Todd, stepped away from Wilder and started their own business in the same field for 14 years until December of 2007. Bob returned to work for Granite Construction, formerly known as Wilder Construction and continue to work there until medical issues took him out of the game. Bob loved the outdoors and spent as much time as possible golfing, fishing and anything sports related. He was adored by family and friends and lit up a room instantly with his uncanny remarks and sense of humor.