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Yuba City, CA 95993
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Steven Fredrick Brimer

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Steven Fredrick Brimer Obituary
Steven Fredrick Brimer
March 17, 1986 -

September 25, 2015

Steven Frederick Brimer, 29, of Olivehurst went home to be with our Lord at his home in Olivehurst, CA.

Memorial Services will be held Saturday October 10th, 2015 at Grace Baptist Church, Yuba City CA with Pastor Javier Caballero officiating.

Steven was born at Beale AFB, California to Lee and Laura Brimer on March 17, 1986. He attended Marysville, High School & graduated from Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts-Scottsdale Arizona. He worked as a Chef in Scottsdale Arizona, and most recently for City Cafe in Yuba City and Black Bear Diner in Gridley. He served in The U.S. Army From 2007-2011 was a veteran of The Iraq War 2009-2010 he was awarded the Army Good Conduct Medal/ National Defense Service Medal/Global War on Terrorism Service Medal and Iraq Campaign Medal with Campaign Star.

Tenderhearted from a very young age He loved his friends and family deeply with his whole heart. Many animals, especially dogs found a loving home with Steven. He was a friend to be counted on when someone needed help. Very Courageous and adventurous he tried many things in his short life, including restoring vintage cars with his father and brother, playing the guitar, snowboarding, and finally finding his favorite activities cooking (He said he loved to cook for people to see the expressions on their face) and the thrill of freedom when riding his Harley Motorcycle.

Steven is survived by his brother, Jon Brimer of Graham, WA and sister, Jill Collins (Seamus) of Rocklin CA. Parents, Harold (Lee) and Laura Brimer, of Olivehurst, Grandparents Fred and Loretta Stone of Yuba City, and his niece Raygan Collins. He is also survived by his Aunts, Uncles and cousins whom He loved very much.

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Published in Appeal Democrat on Oct. 2, 2015
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