La Vida loca! To the crazy life! You lived it to the fullest. RIP Steve! We will all miss you! May you ride with the Angels!
MUSCATINE, Iowa - Steven K. See, 60, of Muscatine, passed away on Tuesday, October 10, 2017, at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City.
A Celebration of Life Service will be held on Friday, October 27, 2017, beginning at 6 p.m. at the Muscatine American Legion, 110 S Houser. There will be no visitation. The Ralph J. Wittich-Riley-Freers Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Memorials may be made to the family in care of Karen See. Online condolences: www.wittichfuneralhome.com.
Steven was born on January 14, 1957, in Muscatine, the son of Victor and Peggy McDonald See. He married Karen Ridinger on December 30, 2010, in Muscatine.
He was a millwright worker. He was a member of the Union Local 2158.
He was a US Army and National Guard Veteran.
He enjoyed gold mining and prospecting, fishing, riding Harley motorcycles, being ornery, helping everyone and spending time with family.
Those left to honor his memory include his wife, Karen See of Muscatine; two daughters, Bobbi Jo Garza of Wapello, and Bambi Lynn See of Muscatine; step-children, Sherri Lynn Guthrie of Lawrence, Kansas, Melissa Donna Beavens of Wisconsin, Brian Lee Watson of Lawrence, Kansas, and Justin Lawrence Newell of Lawrence, Kansas; 20 grandchildren; two brothers, Larry See and his wife, Betty, of Eldridge, and Rick See and his wife, Kelly, of Muscatine; three sisters, Rosemary Pratt and her husband, Jerry, of Muscatine, Linda Aldridge of Muscatine, and Sharon Gillette and her husband, David, of Vancleave, Mississippi.
He was preceded in death by his parents; two brothers, Vic and Ronnie; and one sister, Debbie.
Rick, and all of the See family, my heart goes out to all of you. What a millwright! And he and Rick together were dynamite. With what I'm currently involved with, there is hardly a day that goes by that I wish that the "See Boys" were working along side of me to help us out and build coal mills in a very professional manner. Always wanted Steve and Rick for millwrights at LGS. They were so good you couldn't always get them. God bless all of you. He's left a great legacy and a great family.
Hung out a lot with Steve and Jr.Bodman as teens we are like the Three Musketeers
Steve I will never forget the beautiful paint job you did on my camaro You will be missed dearly Rick and Kelly so sorry for your loss
Sorry to see you go Steve. But I feel that God needed a good angel to help him take good care of me and JEFF. You will be missed.
I will always remember going fast in anything he was sitting in the driver's seat
Scared the crap out of me a few times
steve was a good person I drank a lot of beer with him back In the day ,R,E,P, U WILL BE MISSED
RIP Steve, we go along ways back from grade school to working together. Way to many memories to mention. You will be deeply missed by me and many many others.
RIP Steve! You will be missed.
i take u back intime when steve and i would take the kids to wildcat den for camping and a night around the campfire. never a boring time with my dear friend.truck pulls was another trip we took with 8 kids and the only one that got lost was me..steve brought alot of laughter and love into our lives and he will truily be miss bye me
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