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Steven Pearce

January 16, 1981 – September 9, 2021


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On Thursday, September 9, 2021, Steve Pearce, loving son, brother, uncle, nephew and cousin, passed away at the age of 40.

Steve was born on January 16, 1981, in Hinsdale, Illinois to Catherine and William.

Steve attended Sandwich High School and graduated in 2000.  He started his professional career working in beverage sales as a representative for Anheuser Busch.  He continued his career as a bartender for a few favorite restaurants and bars, where he was well-known and loved by many of the local patrons.

Steve had a passion for sports.  In high school he was on both, the track and golf team.  He always had a love for baseball and was an extremely loyal fan of the Chicago Cubs.  He had a wealth of knowledge for just about every sport and effortlessly retained scores and statistics.

Steve was preceded in death by his grandparents Philip, Carol, Jack and Dolores, his father William, and Uncle Robert.   He is survived by his mother Catherine, sister Jennifer, brother Jacob, uncle Paul, aunts Lori, Jeanine, and Laura, cousins Tom, Tim, Jackie, Lindsay, Ricky, Dan, Austin, Danielle, Brittney, Michelle and Jacklynn, his niece Lanna and great-niece Ivy.

A memorial service will be held on September 18, 2021, at Superstition Cremation and Funeral Services in Apache Junction at 11 o’clock a.m.

Guests are welcome to wear Chicago Cubs gear in support of Steve’s favorite team.

A celebration of life will be held at the Rodeo Lounge in Gold Canyon at 2 o’clock, following his memorial service.

Flowers or donations may be sent to 398 E. Old West Highway, Apache Junction.

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6 responses to “Steven Pearce”

  1. Keith Vancik says:

    Steve-o, you are the man. I love you and miss you. Rest in Peace my brother.

  2. Keith Vancil says:

    Steve-o, you are the man. I love you and miss you. Rest in Peace my brother.

  3. Angela Dunaway says:

    I can’t believe your gone. You will be missed by so many.

  4. Cyndy says:

    May you be lifted by happy memories and comforted by the love and care of family and friends.

  5. Alissa barrera says:

    Sending love and prayers to the family. Steve O you were a great friend. I wish I never would have stopped the communication between us the last few years because you were a great person to lean on when I needed a listening ear no matter what. I pray you are finally at peace. God bless your family. ❤🙏 love you

  6. Sherry Robertson says:

    I have memories of you. Some from when you bartended for me at Rosati’s and some from you at The Rodeo. I can see you sitting on the patio at both places smoking a cig and laughing. I enjoyed talking and laughing with you, Steve O. You will be missed…RIP Steve O

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Steven Pearce

January 16, 1981 – September 9, 2021


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On Thursday, September 9, 2021, Steve Pearce, loving son, brother, uncle, nephew and cousin, passed away at the age of 40.

Steve was born on January 16, 1981, in Hinsdale, Illinois to Catherine and William.

Steve attended Sandwich High School and graduated in 2000.  He started his professional career working in beverage sales as a representative for Anheuser Busch.  He continued his career as a bartender for a few favorite restaurants and bars, where he was well-known and loved by many of the local patrons.

Steve had a passion for sports.  In high school he was on both, the track and golf team.  He always had a love for baseball and was an extremely loyal fan of the Chicago Cubs.  He had a wealth of knowledge for just about every sport and effortlessly retained scores and statistics.

Steve was preceded in death by his grandparents Philip, Carol, Jack and Dolores, his father William, and Uncle Robert.   He is survived by his mother Catherine, sister Jennifer, brother Jacob, uncle Paul, aunts Lori, Jeanine, and Laura, cousins Tom, Tim, Jackie, Lindsay, Ricky, Dan, Austin, Danielle, Brittney, Michelle and Jacklynn, his niece Lanna and great-niece Ivy.

A memorial service will be held on September 18, 2021, at Superstition Cremation and Funeral Services in Apache Junction at 11 o’clock a.m.

Guests are welcome to wear Chicago Cubs gear in support of Steve’s favorite team.

A celebration of life will be held at the Rodeo Lounge in Gold Canyon at 2 o’clock, following his memorial service.

Flowers or donations may be sent to 398 E. Old West Highway, Apache Junction.

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6 responses to “Steven Pearce”

  1. Keith Vancik says:

    Steve-o, you are the man. I love you and miss you. Rest in Peace my brother.

  2. Keith Vancil says:

    Steve-o, you are the man. I love you and miss you. Rest in Peace my brother.

  3. Angela Dunaway says:

    I can’t believe your gone. You will be missed by so many.

  4. Cyndy says:

    May you be lifted by happy memories and comforted by the love and care of family and friends.

  5. Alissa barrera says:

    Sending love and prayers to the family. Steve O you were a great friend. I wish I never would have stopped the communication between us the last few years because you were a great person to lean on when I needed a listening ear no matter what. I pray you are finally at peace. God bless your family. ❤🙏 love you

  6. Sherry Robertson says:

    I have memories of you. Some from when you bartended for me at Rosati’s and some from you at The Rodeo. I can see you sitting on the patio at both places smoking a cig and laughing. I enjoyed talking and laughing with you, Steve O. You will be missed…RIP Steve O

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