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Stevyn J. Neiman, beloved son, brother, and uncle, passed away March 2, 2018. He was 57. Born in Illinois on Feb. 16, 1961, Steve graduated from Durango High school in 1979. After graduation, he became a carpenter, working alongside his dad, Ed Neiman. As his construction knowledge increased, he moved into commercial construction, spending several years as a superintendent building assisted living centers and nursing homes in many areas of the country.

Steve will be remembered for his warm laugh, sense of humor, and a caring heart of gold. Never one to shy away from having a good time, he looked at life with a unique perspective and his strong faith allowed him to live without fear. Some may have deemed it reckless, but for those who knew him, it was just Steve being Steve. He loved his outdoor hobbies. On the warm days he could be found motoring around on his Harley; in winter it was the trails on his snowmobile.

He was preceded in death by his father Ed and older brother Jeff. He is survived by his mother LaVonne, brothers' Doug (Brenda), Matt (Jody), Dusty (Steffi), Josh (Lindsay), and sister Jodi (Mike), 13 nieces and nephews, and a great niece.

A memorial service will be held in June in Durango. Details will be published at a later time.

-"The Lord has a Lightner Creek homestead especially prepared for you where we'll all gather again someday in His kingdom."

-Steve enjoyed reminiscing about his high school football days, he was a Demon first and foremost.

-High school football and baseball.

In lieu of Flowers the family has asked contributions to be made to:

Manna Soup Kitchen

P.O. Box 1196

Durango CO 81301

Community Connections

281 Sawyer Drive Suite200

Durango CO 81301

Durango Harley Davidson, Iron Horse Hog Toy Run

750 S. Camino del Rio

Durango CO 81301
Published in The Durango Herald on Mar. 14, 2018
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