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November 8, 1967 - March 30, 2018

Steve passed on March 30th at the age of 50. He came into the world kicking and went out the same, never giving up, after a brief but valiant battle with esophageal cancer. He was a lifelong resident of the South Bay and a graduate of South High in Torrance.

The things he loved were mountain biking, hiking, martial arts, any stray animal and most of all his family and friends. He had a great sense of humor and loved playing practical jokes on everyone, especially his nephews!

Steve spent 30+ years working for TRW/Northrup where he obtained his BA in Business while holding down a 40 hr. wk. job. Something he and his family were all very proud of. He was also an accomplished martial arts expert and spent many years giving free instruction and demonstrations. He will be sorely missed by his coworkers and fellow gym buddies.

He was an incredibly caring and compassionate individual and reliable and generous to a fault. If you needed him he was there for you. He had a smile to light up the world and one that will not be forgotten. He was a beloved son to his mother Linda and stepfather Bruce Nelson, his father Richard and stepmother Joan Edwards. He also leaves behind his big brother Scott and his two nephews Conor and Ian plus his sweetheart, Xochil, who brought great fun and joy into his life, and many great friends and acquaintances that he touched along his life journey with his kindness that he was only too happy to share.

Services will be private and his ashes will be scattered at sea where he will join his grandparents where they will all rest in peace together. If desired, any donations should go to the in his name. Please sign the guestbook at www.dailybreeze.com/obits.
Published in Daily Breeze from Apr. 5 to Apr. 7, 2018
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