Home: Salt Lake City, Utah
Death Date: December 1, 2017
Birthdate: October 14, 1948
Place Of Birth: Medelia, MN
I was so sorry to hear of Steve's passing. It sounds like he was the same joyful person that I knew years ago. I am so sorry for your loss. Steve will be missed by many.
Saint James, MN
My deepest sympathy to each of you for your loss. When death overtake our loved ones, we feel helpless. We can take comfort in knowing that our heavenly Father is there to help us during this difficult time. He is close to the brokenhearted.
Chris.. I was saddened to hear about Steve's passing. My heart and love go out to you and the family. I can still see his smiling face. We all enjoyed his sense of humor and loved him very much. Here for you. So sorry Chris..... much love and big big hug. Vic....Victoria Chadwick
I was very troubled to hear of his passing.
My heart goes out to his family and my friend Chris.
Since his passing, I'm reminded of all the good times we had together, whether sitting around a campfire or bellied up to the the bar. I will always be grateful to him for being my best man and the memories that will always be with me.
I loved this man, he was a friend to all that knew him, see you in heaven!
To Steve and Chris,
Thanks for all the wonderful memories! Camping trips, Alaska cruise, concerts, Cabo! We will miss Steve's big smile and his big heart.
Salt Lake City, UT
Dear Chris, I just heard moments ago of your loss 💗 , we are so sorry; all of our love to you and yours! God Bless you (((Hugs)))
Elaine and Dave Nelson (Marie's son)
Elaine and Dave Nelson
Cottonwood Heights , UT
Dear Chris and Bonnie,
Aunt CathyDavis had just called and told us of Steve's passing. We send our deepest condolences to you. His video photos and music were mesmerizing that showed so many good times and fond memories. Blessings of comfort to you.
Cherie Nelson & Mario Nunez
Millcreek , UT
My deepest sympathy to Steve's family.
He was a good friend, classmate, fellow veteran and was in my wedding party.
Steve traveled with me to Denver in the summer of ?72 and I left him at the Jct of I-70 and I-80. He was going farther west to see his sister.
May God Bless His Memory!
Bruce W Nelson
Glenwood , MN