Steve Arredondo

Vista, California




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Steve Arredondo, 58 VISTA -- Steve Arredondo passed away Friday, July 30, 2010. He was born July 12, 1952 in Escondido, Calif., son of Alfonso and Esther Arredondo. Steve was a graduate of Vista High School, Class of 1971. He was a retired Laborer from Local 89 Laborers Union, and continued to...

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I relish my memories of Steve from the 60's and 70's. He was an excellent horseshoe player and somehow seemed to win most of the poker games at Cliffords on Friday night. Go with God my friend!

Steve was a very special person to me and to my son. We spent many hours together at table gigs for BLUSD and we talked about more than was important to both of us. He was so proud of his boys! Steve's many kind acts and his general sweetness and enthusiasm will always be remembered. God bless you, Steve! God bless the Arredondo family.

May God bless you and your family in this time of great sorrow. Paul and Raymond I hope god will help ease the pain of losing your father so soon. he was a great man. I know he will be watching over you both from up above. My heart and prayers go out to you both and your families.

To Paul and Ray, I'm so sorry to hear about your loss..Your dad was so kind to me and my boys and helped me out in so many ways..You guys were his pride and joy...!!
My heart goes out to you and your family..He will be missed by many..!

My sincere sympathy to the Arredondo family.
Much love,

It is with deep sadness that my family learned of this news, for Steve was more to us than just a neighbor. He remembered my children's birthdays each year when they were growing up and in high school with a card and $5.00 bill. Whenever his family barbecued, we were always invited over or Steve would be at our doorstep with a plate of carne asada and other items. If I had to go out of town for business, my children knew they could call on Steve/Esther and Al for help in an emergency. He...

I still remember cutting class with Steve and cruising Vista in his old Chevy pick-up, listening to B.B.King on his 8-track player. He was a fun guy and a good friend to many.Long time ago.
On behalf of Annette and myself, we offer our sincere condolences to the kids and family over this unexected and much too soon loss.

I met Steve in 2002, I was his nurse for 5 years then I switched jobs and my new place of employment I ran in to him again and now I am his mothers nurse. He always talked about his family to me, he loved his children and always told me stories of his grandbabies and would proudly show me pictures of how fast they were growing up. He always made sure he brought me Esthers Christmas goodies every year. Steve was a caring man with a good heart. He will be missed by everyone who new him. Now he...

As a kid every memory I have of family gatherings at Grandma Lola's has Steve in it. Always with a smile, he made us feel so welcome. My heart goes out to the family. Paul and Raymond I am sorry you lost your Dad too soon; he was such a loving father.
-Lori (Moose's daughter)