Stephen Keith Cold, "Big Steve," 21, of Bozeman passed from this world July 18, 2010, from injuries sustained in an auto accident. He was born May 6, 1989, in Bozeman, a son to Keith and Georgia Kaye (Cobbler) Cold.
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Some of his hobbies were body building, designing car audio systems, enjoying music, and healing his friends' hearts. He outfitted several friends' cars and his own "Caddy" with a system and subs that rumbled the streets. Not only did Stephen pick up the technical aspect of life with ease; his natural ability with athletics was exceptional. Stephen's accuracy was uncanny, whether with a basketball, a golf ball or most anything else. He saw the pieces of life that so oftentimes challenged others. He was on call 24 hours a day for any person who needed his help. He was truly the "go to man." He always had an innate understanding of things in life that challenged others, hence the reason his friends called him "the peacemaker."
Stephen was a truly irreplaceable person. The people he touched are innumerable. All of us will always be grateful for the time he gave us and can only wish for more.
Stephen was preceded in death by his paternal grandfather, Elmer Cold; and maternal grandfather, George Cobbler.
He is survived by his parents, Keith and Georgia Cold; his sisters, Shannon (Rick) Coppack, and Lisa Cold; brother, Logan Cold; and grandmother, Kaye Kreyser, all of Bozeman. Survivors also include his paternal grandmother Alice Cold of Chino Valley, Ariz.; four uncles, Kevin Kreyser of Bozeman, Dan (Sue) Cold of Walnut Grove, Calif., Dick (Carol) Cold, Trent Cold of Chino Valley, Ariz.; two aunts, Shonni (Fabricio) Zelaya of Denver, Colo., Nancy (Rick) Deeds of North Platte, Neb.; numerous cousins, and a countless family and friends.
For those who desire to show their respects, the memorial and funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Friday, July 23, at Heritage Christian School auditorium.
Dahl Funeral Chapel
300 Highland Boulevard
Bozeman, MT 59715
Published in Bozeman Daily Chronicle on July 22, 2010