Steven Eash II

Obituary of Steven Carl Eash II

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Steven Carl Eash II, age 50, passed away suddenly at his home in Midland, Michigan on January 29, 2023. He was born on March 14, 1972. He graduated high school in 1990 at Houghton Lake High School. He worked many years at Porath Sand and Gravel where he got his beginnings as a skilled tradesman. He went on to become a Journeyman Union pipefitter for Local #85 out of Saginaw, where he worked for 13 years. Steven had a great passion for the outdoors and was an avid hunter and angler. He loved his family and friends and would be the first to help anyone in need if called upon. He also had a deep love for the Detroit Lions and Tigers, and a great disdain for the Green Bay Packers. Steve was a jolly soul, always quick to share a laugh and show his trademark gap toothed smile. He is preceded in death by his beloved dog Casey. Steve is survived by his son, Andrew; parents, Steve and Rita Eash; brother, Kirk; sister, Wendy; his best friend, Sheila Afton; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

A celebration of life will be held on a later date. To sign online guestbook, visit  Arrangements made with the Cremation Society of Mid Michigan.


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