Sally Eustis of Seattle killed in Walla Walla bicycle accident

The Seattle Times reports that Sally Eustis, 61, of Seattle, was killed in a Walla Walla bicycle accident on Saturday morning.

According to a report in the Tri City Herald, Eustis was bicycle riding with her sister-in-law, Terri Wolber, when she was struck by an SUV driven by Melvin J. Bohleen of Datyton around 10:30am on Middle Waitsburg Road about four miles outside of Walla Walla.

The bicycle accident is being investigated but, according to the Tri City Herald, Bohleen attempted to pass the bicyclists when he struck Eustis from behind. Eustis was wearing a bicycle helmet at the time of the accident.

In the Seattle Times obituary written by Jack Broom and it said that Eustis was director of sales and marking for Heartwood, a furniture and mill work company founded by her husband, Howard.

The obituary said that Eustis, a graduate of the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, had worked for Nordstorm and The Bon Marche before joining Heartwood.

Eustis was in Walla Walla to attend her nephew’s graduation from Whitman College.

This information is provided by Seattle Car Accident Lawyer blog, a service of The Farber Law Group. We represent people who have been seriously injured in motor vehicle accidents and bicycle accidents and the family of those killed.

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