Obituary for Steven Karban

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Steven Karban

January 17, 1968 - April 11, 2022

Steven L. Karban
Age 54 of Denver, lost his courageous battle with cancer on Monday, April 11, 2022, with family by his side.
A Celebration of Life will be Saturday, May 7, 2022, at 5:00 p.m. at the Lakewood American Legion- 1655 Simms St, Lakewood, CO 80215. We welcome your stories and remembrances as everyone has special memories of Steve.
Steve was born on January 17, 1968, the son of Frank and Wilda (Mason) Karban. He spent his entire life in Denver and graduated from Lincoln High School in 1986. After graduating Steve went to work for Statewide Roofing where he stayed for 30 years. He was a faithful employee, friend and neighbor. Steve loved spending time with family, watching the Broncos and was an avid sportsman. He could always be seen around neighborhood walking his dog Maggie. He will be dearly missed by all the lives he touched.
He is survived by his son: Michael Macklin; sisters: Kelly Jo Hicks (Delbert), Kimberley Disch (Christopher); nieces: Jennifer Hampton (Matt), Viktoria Hicks, Keira Disch; nephews: DJ Hicks, Jack Disch. He was preceded in death by his parents: Frank and Wilda Karban.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American Cancer Society or a favorite animal rescue.

 

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Born: January 17, 1968
Died: April 11, 2022

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Kyle Larson posted on 4/20/22

Back in the day it was such a joy to have Steve show up on the loading truck from Statewide or to run into him at the yard. Steve always had a smile to give and made it easy to find a smile on my own face even when the day was not really smile worthy. I cant wait to meet up again in heaven and hear that laugh!!!

 

Jennie Hampton posted on 4/19/22

I have so many memories I could leave here. I don't even know how to choose. I loved every time I had the chance to just sit and talk to you. I love sending messages to you and Mom as we watched a Bronco game. We would grumble and cheer. I loved watching the games with you in person more. I'm going to miss that laugh. Especially, when you were laughing at something I said or did that was silly. I loved every brunch we had together. I loved going out to the grasslands to shoots at targets and other crazy things we brought. I miss you, so much. My life will never be the same. I love you.

 

William Griggs posted on 4/18/22

I am heart broken I am so sorry you has to go through that battle with cancer. You fought it with grace I am eased that you are no longer in pain. Steve, thank you for being my friend I will miss you every day until we meet again. God speed my friend

 

Randy & Dawn Rehbein posted on 4/16/22

Oh we are so saddened by the loss of our dear friend, loyal and wonderful former employee and fantastic Denver Bronco fan. We will deeply miss you Stevie. Holding your family and friends in our hearts and prayers. Rest In Peace buddy!!! You are now free of all that pain. Love you ❤️❤️ We will meet again on the other side. ❤️❤️ Randy & Dawn Rehbein

 

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