Robert Curtis Steen II, age 58, of Wyoming, passed away on Friday, December 3, 2021. Bob was preceded in death by his parents, Robert and Janet (Akers) Steen. He will be lovingly remembered by his siblings, Donna and Timothy Bos, Mary and Tom Small, Lisetta and Robert Sherman, Lynn and Brian Mitchell; nieces and nephews, Thomas Bos, Thomas and Teresa Small, Kayleigh and Alex Berkley, Ashley Sherman and Lucas Scarasso, Joseph and Abigail Sherman, Kelsi Smith, Kile and Brook Mitchell, Kennedy and Noah Henderson; great nephews, Liam, Isaiah, and Owen Mitchell. Bob is also survived by Amy Davis, Robert and Pam Freeman, and many friends. According to his wishes, cremation has taken place. A celebration of life will be held at a later date in the spring. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Mel Trotter Ministries (https://www.meltrotter.org/give).
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December 11, 2021 2:33pm
Our as as we called him in high school
BOB THE OWNER.
One of a kind so sad to hear of his passing.
- Brian Dickerson
December 08, 2021 9:52am
Just like many others here, Bob has had an everlasting inspirational effect. I remember meeting Bob many years ago. Bob became an instant friend. He always surrounded himself with a great class of friends. He was genuine every time you would were around him. His laugh was contagious, no matter what mood you were in. He was kind, thoughtful, outgoing and willing to just be in the moment no matter who you were. There was no better time to be spent with him than riding along on the tarmac. You (I) felt privileged to be riding motorcycles with him and his friends. It was like a large family. The title "Uncle Bob" was a regular thing to hear and speak. I will forever miss everything about you Bob. Thank you again for letting me be a part of your wonderful life.
- Garren Bosma
December 07, 2021 8:17pm
Bob thanks for being such a great friend for 20 years. We shared many fun times with our mutual love of motorbikes and cars. Stephanie and I truly appreciated you joining us in in CA for our wedding in 2019 and being my groomsman. I learned from you how to be giving, willing to help others at a moments notice and never sweating the small stuff in life. You joined my family many times for holidays and I will always cherish those memories. We will miss you and the smile you often carried Bob.
- Tony Kehl
December 06, 2021 9:00pm
Uncle Bob was very special to us. He and Jon were friends for years. Bob became my friend and loved our boys. Asher and Isaac loved him as their uncle. We will miss him forever. He was kind, funny, generous with his heart and always had a smile on his face. Bob was a fixture in our family and we will cherish many great memories. Until we meet again, you will be in our hearts Uncle Bob. Love from the Moerland family.
- Jon & Judy Moerland
December 06, 2021 3:55pm
Bob was the first friend that I made when we moved to Michigan in 1993. I was sitting on my Ducati at a red light on 28th St realizing that I was probably the only Ducati rider in Grand Rapids when he pulled up next to me on His... I sort of felt like a little kid meeting someone new on the playground. I brought him over to our house to show him my modest collection that I brought with us from CA. Debbie (my wife) liked him immediately (as is true with most that were fortunate to meet Bob) and we've been friends ever since. Not long ago he stopped by and left a big stain on my driveway with his leaky old truck. Now when I see the stain, it will make me smile. I was deeply saddened to heat of Bob's far too soon passing. Perhaps a moment of screaming engines can be observed at his Celebration of Life. Bob, if you can hear me, please scope out some sweet roads with some nice sweepers for when we meet again. And as long as I'm asking, an obnoxiously loud and sano V4S with stupid Ti would be awesome when I get there. In the mean time, I'll miss you my friend.
- Drew M Swanson
December 05, 2021 10:03pm
Bob was a very good friend and a big part of our families lives. He will be forever missed by those fortunate enough to have had him touch their lives. His smile and personality left you feeling as though you had known him for years. Visiting on a cold winters day on his motorcycle was not uncommon for Bob. He was a beloved brother, uncle and friend to many. Words cannot express the sadness felt by those closest to him. We miss you Robert Curtis Steen.
- Gary&Cindy; Berends
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