Steven Burr

Steven William Burr

Monday, October 28th, 1963 - Wednesday, December 9th, 2020
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Steven “Steve” William Burr age 57, (in his eyes always 28), born in Provo Utah on October 28th 1963, died suddenly in the early morning on Wednesday December 9th 2020. Steve was a resident of Springville, Utah.

Steve first met the love of his life when he was 14 years old, as Steve always said, "I waited 25 years for you Lisa". Steve and Lisa were married for 19 years, on November 23rd 2001 in Provo Utah. They recently took the trip of their dreams. With no plan they hit the open road, everyone knowing Steve knew there was no need for maps, which lead to them getting lost in Montana thinking they were in Idaho. The memories are cherished and the love they share is endless.

Steve was a proud employee at Mcwane Ductile Utah formally known as Pacific State Cast Iron Pipe Company, going on 21 years. Each and every one of them became family. Steve always enjoyed sharing all the crazy, fun, and eventful stories between him and his coworkers. Steve was known for all his sayings, "Dave's not here", "your ugly and your mother dresses you funny", "don't sweat the small s$%#.... everything is small s$%#". Steve enjoyed camping, fishing at Schofield, rocking out to too LOUD music, and playing cards with his wife. He was a life-long Steelers fan, but the main joy and light of his life was being with his grandchildren.

Steve is survived by his wife Lisa Burr; his siblings, Marilyn, Kari, Patrick; his children, Cody, Nikki, Sharlee, Nikki k, Casey, Jammi, Jessi, Jessica; grandchildren, JessLynn, Alec, Makayla (peanut), Mylee (little bit), Rylee (No-No), Hopelynn (Dewey), Diesel, Aaliyah, Rosalie, Melody, Chloe, Kadee, and the arrival of Luca Ray William (Gabriel); best friend Gregg Flemming, (Cindy). Steve was reunited with his parents, Alma Steven Burr, Roberta Jean (Luke); brothers, Mike, Robert; grandchildren, four angel babies.

A Celebration Of Life will be held on December 19, 2020 at 12 noon at Spring Creek Mortuary, 737 North Main Street, Springville, Utah, 84663, with a visitation an hour prior. Services will also be live-streamed on the Spring Creek Utah County Mortuary Facebook page for those unable to attend.

The family would love for you to come and share a story or a memory. Please honor Steve by wearing his favorite team (Steelers), or the colors black or yellow, or a band t-shirt. " Rock on "

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Nikki Burr

Posted at 10:49pm
I have so many memories of my dad so it's hard to choose a favorite, the last time I saw my dad he was on driving on his way home from the Canadian border and was passing threw the town I live in up here in washington state, him and his wife decided to stop and say hi and spend some time with his grandson Alec who is now 14. I just really wish he would have gave me five more minutes so I could have spent some more time with him, little did we know it would be the last time I would ever see him again, R.I.P dad love you always - your daughter nikki or as he called me Too...

Tonya Haven

Posted at 04:18pm
This is the saddest and very heart broken 💔 to lose such a great brother inlaw he was the greatest i am going to miss that happy smile that brightens the room with your loud rock n roll music on , i am really going to miss you calling me little sis with that smile on your face your surely going to be missed by many , the relationship and marriage you and my sister lisa has is so wonderful you guys are so much in love , you always told me that she has the most beautiful smile and how it made your day so much better when you come home to that beautiful smile of lisa's , your truly going to be missed love you steve, your little sis Tonya ❤
This is my favorite pitcher of the 2 of them.

Ron Cox

Posted at 12:50am
Wow! Sad news for sure. Steve and I were very close friends in the ‘70s and 80’s. Like a brother. I was very good friends with Mike as well. I wish we could have gotten together to reminisce. Condolences to Lisa, Marilyn, and Kari.

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