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Steven Casazza Bryant

03/17/1977 - 05/08/2020

Steven Casazza Bryant left this world peacefully in his sleep the night of Friday, May 8th, 2020. He is survived by two adoring sons, Sione and Iki, who proudly looked up to a caring father who was always focused on their happiness.  Steven is also survived by his parents, John and Deborah Bryant and two younger brothers, Jeffery (Nicole) and Kris (Ali), and his ex-wife, Halalose, who remained a close friend to Steven through his last days.

Steven dedicated his life to laughter.  There was rarely a moment in Steven’s life that his attention wasn’t being directed at the people in his life as he tried to make them laugh, sometimes successfully.

Many will remember Steven for his jovial attitude and his spirit of unmatched kindness.  People in his life who were in need will remember his dedication to lightening their burden, if he could.  Steven would gladly share his every earthly possession with someone if he thought they might need it more than he did himself.

Others might remember Steven for his voice.  In the early chapters of his life, Steven spent hours practicing his singing and his character voices.  His family will always hold tight to the memories of him pretending to be Kermit the Frog while he sang “The Rainbow Connection” to his younger brothers and cousins.

Art was another natural talent that Steven had.  From drawing a cowboy for his dad to getting in trouble for drawing a giant Bart Simpson on the school wall in chalk, Steven enjoyed sharing his artistic abilities.

Those close to Steven in life will never forget his love of wrestling or the feeling of trying to follow along as he recapped the latest storyline about his favorite WWE superstar.

Growing up with Steven meant that you had to get used to the fact that you were probably going to have to watch What About Bob, Groundhog Day, and whichever Steven Seagal movie was in rotation on TV that week.  Steven knew what he liked and he knew who he was, and he wouldn’t pretend anything different.

Steven loved to get away from the city and practice unwinding at the lake with a fishing pole in his hands and his family at his side.

Throughout his life, Steven fought an ongoing battle with mental illness, drug and alcohol dependency, and other medical concerns.  In the last months of his life, Steven found guidance, friendship, and comfort from the LDS Falcon-hills ward, in Mesa AZ.  And through a close relationship to the missionaries in his area.  Steven was surrounded by a number of very close friends who he treated as family.  And his very good friend Richard Tierno, who came and stayed with Steven from Salt lake.

Steven, will never be forgotten and the marks he made on this world will never fade away.

 

 

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  • I am so sorry for your loss John and Deb. I remember him how handsome he was when we lived by you guys in west valley. If you need anything please let me know my thoughts and prayers are with you all

  • John, Deb and family we are so very sorry about Steve. It’s so hard to loose a child no matter how old they are. Our love Clyde and Kathy

  • Adrian Linville

    ♥️♥️♥️

  • I am so sorry for your loss. I know exactly what you are going through. I can find no words that could really comfort you through all of this. My prayers are with you.

  • Cindy Carnell

    I am so sorry for your loss. Praying for your comfort. Know there is another angel watching over you. Cindy Carnell

  • John and Debb,

    My sincere condolences to you and your family. I have many memories of Steven and the boys when they were small and slowly growing into men, Steven was definitely the humorous one always funny. Please let me know if you need anything at all. I know we are not in the same state but I am always here for you in anyway.

    God bless you and your family 🙏🙏🙏

  • I’m so sorry for your loss

  • Viliami Tuitupou

    My condolences to John and Debbie Burien and the rest of the family. We hope that your family will find piece and conford in this difficult time’s. Our love and prayers is with you all. We pray that everything will go smoothly and easily for you all. Love you all.

  • Sharon Armijo

    John,I am so sorry to hear about your son my deepest sympathy to you a and your family love you guys wish I could give u a hug

  • To the family my heart is with yours at this time. No words can be describe on Steve’s passing, other than – Those who had met him saw his heart on his smiling face, his boys always #1. We’ll miss you deeply, while you’re gone Steve and know that you’ll never be forgotten. Your old neighbor Jackie🧡

  • Randee Mangum Nielson

    May your family be comforted, and may your very best memories remain strong and beautiful.

  • Love you Jeff and Nicole. You guys are in my prayers. Be safe.

  • Kristi Compton

    Sorry for your loss Nicole and Jeff. Travel safely, and I pray that your family will have comfort at this time. Love ya!!

  • William Manatau

    Steve will truly be missed. His friendship, humor and love he had for everyone will truly be missed. Love you Steve. Til we meet again. Condolences and prayers to his family

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