LE MARS—Steven Sneller, 70, of Le Mars, handed away Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2023, at MercyOne Siouxland Medical Heart in Sioux Metropolis.
Steven Dean Sneller, the son of Dwayne and Joanne (Van Batavia) Sneller, was born on July 26, 1953, in Le Mars. Early on, he moved along with his household to Williams, the place he attended grade college by the eighth grade. His household moved again to Le Mars and he graduated from Le Mars Central Excessive Faculty in 1971. Following highschool, he attended Northeast Vocational Faculty in Sheldon the place he obtained coaching as an influence lineman. He went to work for an electrical cooperative in Burlington. After a short while, he returned to Le Mars and went to work within the plumbing and heating enterprise.
He was united in marriage to Janet Utesch on July 5, 1975, in Le Mars. The couple made their house in Le Mars. To this union, 4 youngsters had been born: Jason, Jesse, Nicole, and Kent.
After working within the plumbing trade, Steve went to work for Harker’s Distribution in Le Mars. He labored there for over 31 years. Steve then went to work for the parks division for the Metropolis of Le Mars till his retirement.
Steve was a member of Calvin Christian Reformed Church earlier than changing into a member of Rejoice! Neighborhood Church. Whereas at Calvin Christian Reformed, he performed the bass guitar within the reward band. He liked Christian music and attending the Christian Music Competition. He additionally loved listening to Charles Stanley.
He was a ham radio operator for a few years, working beneath the decision signal, KBOJHC. In his spare time, he loved smoking meat on his smoker, fishing, and searching.
He liked the time spent along with his household and associates. He shall be remembered for his willingness to assist these in want, usually popping in to “test in” on household and associates.
Survivors embody his spouse, Jan of Le Mars; 4 youngsters: Jason (Mindi) Sneller of Orange Metropolis, Jesse (Heather) Sneller of Sioux Metropolis, Nicole (Justin) Rolling of Le Mars, and Kent Sneller of Le Mars; 13 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; two brothers: David (Gerrie) Sneller of Valley Springs, South Dakota, and Earl (Janice) Sneller of Worldwide Falls, Minnesota; and a number of other nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in demise by his mother and father; his father- and mother-in-law, Merlin and Dorothy Utesch; a brother in infancy; and a grandchild in infancy.
Visitation with the household current shall be from 4-7 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 6, at Rejoice! Neighborhood Church in Le Mars. There shall be a prayer service at 7 p.m. Pastor Mike Metten will officiate. Non-public household graveside providers shall be at St. John Lutheran Cemetery – Preston Township, rural Akron.
Preparations are with the Rexwinkel Funeral Dwelling in Le Mars.
Expressions of sympathy may be prolonged to the household by www.rexwinkelfh.com.