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Steven Smith

Steven was the love of my life. He was the father of my children. My best friend. He always made me smile with his silly jokes, we have been through hell and back several times. Saw me at my best and my worst and was always there when he was needed. Steven always put the kids and family and friends before himself. He always made sure everyone was cared for and had whatever they desired. He had the biggest and kindest heart. Please watch your loved ones. Hug and love them very closely. Suicide is not a way out it leaves the living wondering and grieving for an answer. Suicide prevention is something that should be addressed more often than not. If you would like to send donations please send them to Suicide prevention. Remember Steven for his massive heart, gorgeous blue eyes, and stunning smile. I love you babe. I miss you with all of my heart and soul.

Your forever
Honey bunny

18 Comments

  • Wendy Posted January 30, 2018 12:14 PM

    Steven, my little brother, I don’t know what was troubling you, so the only comfort I can find in all of this is in knowing you are now at peace from it. We are all heartbroken, but it’s because we loved you so much and we know you loved us too. Maybe we’ll meet again someday, and you can give me another one of your really long bear-hugs.

  • Barbara Smith Posted January 30, 2018 12:31 PM

    Steven, my son. I love you and will miss you so much. We are all so very heart broken. Knowing you are at Peace now is our consolation. You are on your journey to Heaven now, serenaded by the Singing Angels. I love you so much. MOM.

  • Your Aunt Suzi Posted January 30, 2018 4:37 PM

    To Steve, my favorite and only Godson: I am so sad to think I’ll never see you on yet another trip out west to sunny Arizona.
    You were always so warm and welcoming in your home when I visited. I’ll never forget the wonderful barbeque filet mignon and baked potatoes you prepared for me! Oh, and not to forget those triple chocolate brownies you did end up giving me the recipe for! You fixed my broken jewelry and even replaced a diamond in my favorite ring, out of the goodness of your heart. You made me laugh over and over and to this very day, I’ll never forget those beautiful, kind, blue eyes of yours. You were such a gentle soul and my heart is broken over your passing. I’ll never forget you and pray God has helped you find peace.

  • Jason jones Posted January 30, 2018 5:45 PM

    Hey buddy we had some fun times and won’t forget those just wish we could’ve had more of them and sad now knowing we won’t have that chance again. I hope you are at peace now and we love ya Steve.

  • Judi Van Zandt Posted January 31, 2018 7:28 AM

    To my family in Arizona:
    I remember Steve’s Lego collection, he had a huge assortment and contented himself for hours playing and inventing whatever his mind conceived.
    Steve, you were a gentle boy and grew into adulthood as a caring Father and Husband.
    The last time we were together I failed to say “I Love You,” to my regret. I hope you knew, though I was remiss.
    My sympathy to all who loved Steve, surely he will be missed.

  • Faraz Posted January 31, 2018 9:17 AM

    Steve, I still recall almost 19 years ago when you walked into our lives for a job interview. You won our hearts and became family to us. Over the years we only loved you more. All of us at Capri will miss you dearly and have fond memories of you that have accumulated over such a long period of time.
    We love you and miss you!

  • Patrick Mcmanus Posted January 31, 2018 2:07 PM

    I knew Steve for many years from his job at Capri. Steve was a great guy. He always had a smile, telling jokes, and liked to talk your ear off on his BBQ skills. I would make time out of my day just to speak with Steve. I’m so sorry for your loss.

  • Greg West Posted January 31, 2018 6:27 PM

    I’ve known Steve since 2002 being one of the first people I met after moving to Arizona from Kansas. Steve and I worked together at two different malls for several years. Steve would greet you with a smile and was always upbeat. I miss you my friend, rest in peace.

  • Stacy Posted January 31, 2018 9:47 PM

    I had the honor of working with Steve at Capri for a year and I honestly enjoyed everyday we worked together. He carried pictures of his wife and kids in his wallet and showed them off as he was in disbelief of his blessed family. He’d say look how beautiful my wife is constantly. He always has a positive happiness like his soul was smiling all day. He was very particular on how things needed to be and knew Faraz our boss more than anyone. I will never forget our heart to heart talks and constant laughs, you are a great man and I will never forget you Stevie!

  • Aunt Nancy Posted February 1, 2018 2:29 PM

    Two special things I remember about Steven. He was wonderful with Barrett. He helped him so much to learn to read and was very patient with him. Barrett brought out a special “fatherness” in Steven. Another incident I fondly remember was one day Gage was trying to put a Lego set together and he said he needed help. Steven very gently said (and I have to paraphrase a bit) “now Gage, you have put together a lot of Legos without any help. I bet you can do this one, too.” It was just the exact encouragement that Gage needed and he did indeed put together the project by himself. Also, Steven was so proud of Jennifer and her baking skills.

  • Domingo Castillo Posted February 1, 2018 11:35 PM

    Steven You kindness and dedication in helping us find the perfect engagement ring. You will not be forgotten.

  • Victoria gutierrez Posted February 2, 2018 12:36 AM

    I was fortunate to meet Steve while working at Capri. Steve made my days there soo amazing. His had such a positive energy and he always made me laugh. He was always telling jokes and clowning on people he seemed so happy. He spoke about how fortunate he was to have such a beautiful wife and how he loved to cook for her and cater to her because he was so in love. He spoke about his children and how silly they were and spoke about the joy they brought into his life. I had absolutely no idea that he felt anything but happiness. Im truly sadden this world has lost such a beautiful soul.i send my condolences to his family. May God be there for you all in this troubling time. You all will be in my prayers. If there is anything i can do to help please let me know.

  • Karen Lopez Posted February 2, 2018 4:42 PM

    I am so sad to hear of this tragedy. I can’t believe it’s been 18 years since I last saw my cousin, Steve. It was before any of us had kids. I think he and Jennifer were still newlyweds. I remember Steve always happy, always smiling and telling corny jokes. I had hoped that one day I’d take a trip back out to AZ with my husband and kids so that they could meet and the kids could play. May you rest peacefully now, my cousin, and may my AZ family begin to heal. Sending much love from NY.

  • Jaime Hannosh Posted February 3, 2018 11:56 AM

    I met Steven in 1997, right when I moved to AZ. He hired me at Weisfield jewelers. He always was talking about his Honey bunny & showing her gorgeous pictures. Then over the years I had the pleasure of working with him at Capri at both Fiesta & Chandler mall. By that point we had kids, my son was given Gages crib & when he outgrew it it went back to be Laynes crib. He loved to BBQ & take care of his 3 kids who he was a wonderful father to. His love for his wife was something he always spoke of. Showing pictures of his beautiful family, he was so very proud of. He was truly a person I enjoyed working with, always upbeat and fun to be around. It’s sad to know I won’t see him again. My heart hurts for Jennifer & the 3 kids. He will truly be missed.

  • Margie Logan Moreno Posted February 11, 2018 11:24 AM

    I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Steven. My heart goes out to his Mom, his wife and children. I knew Steve as a neighbor growing up with my kids. He was so smart and could make things out of scraps of whatever the boys could find. I can only hope that he is at peace now.

  • Marcia Oliver Posted February 13, 2018 4:09 PM

    Steven..I’ve been so lost for words to leave a comment. Jennifer loved you to pieces. You two and the kids were always there for me. I miss the days you two would invite me over for your special bbq burgers. We always had such a blast hanging out and doing shots of tequila. You will be truly missed Steven. Jennifer my love for you and the kids are always close to my heart no matter where life takes use.

  • Heather Jones Posted February 19, 2018 10:16 AM

    Steven,
    You were always the best dressed Man I have ever met! Your smile and laughter was infectious and every time you smiled those big blue eyes twinkled! You are loved and missed so much! Keep Heaven Poppin because I will see you there!

  • Farah Hussein Posted August 28, 2018 3:48 PM

    Hi Steve. I will always remember you as being a very kind and sincere friend. You were always positive and happy. You left an impact on the people around you with your kindness. Rest In Peace my friend.

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