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Obituary for Reynold S Steggell

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Reynold S Steggell

June 21, 1950 - August 6, 2011

Reynold Steggell, 61 passed away peacefully Saturday August 6, 2011. He was born June 21, 1950 in Ogden, Utah to Clinton Ray Steggell and Ruth Ramona Hoskins.Throughout Reynold’s life there has been trial and error in which he had learned and ascended from transforming him into a warm and magnificent man.Reynold was a free spirit and enjoyed the outdoors and being in the mountains. Reynold was an amazing artist and expressed his talent deeply through painting and writing.Reynold was the most selfless man and would do anything for anyone at anytime. Reynold strived to encourage everyone to feel good and see the beauty that they hold inside themselves. He had many friends and family that he loved to spend time with. Reynold was treasured by all who knew him and he will be greatly missed.He is survived by 2 daughters 3 brothers and 3 sisters and many nieces and nephews who loved him very much.Graveside services for Reynold will be held at Leavitt’s Aultorest Memorial Park on Monday August 22, 2011 at 11am.

 

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Date: Monday, August 22, 2011

Time: 11:00 am -

Leavitt’s Aultorest Memorial Park

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836 36th Street, , Ogden, UT,

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Born: June 21, 1950
Died: August 6, 2011

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Lindser posted on 10/30/11

I remeber alot of things and but some of the things that I will value the most os all the skills that you taught me painting together and all the time that you spent with me ....... Good or bad learning how take responsibilty for my own shit only I can change my destiny ....... and we will always have the astro field to play on traveling we will be forever side by side this life is for the birds..... Love Lindser

 

Sherry Hoskins Gallegos posted on 8/25/11

My Cousin, I am so glad you are finally free of your earthly fight. I so understand the disease of addiction. Born of it, fight it, few win, most die.You must know you were loved by few (I am one), judged by many, understood by those of us who suffer with you. The family of addiction, God gave us all our challenges on this Earth you fought long and hard. God be with you now my cousin and know your loving heart. I Love You, Sherry.

 

darren del rio posted on 8/23/11

rest in peace my friend

 

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