Steven J. Emmi

Auburn, New York

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Robin, Greg and family,
My deepest sympathy to you at this difficult time.

Dear Steven, You have broken our hearts by leaving us way to soon. Please know that you are loved so very much and I will miss you every day of my life. Rest in peace my darling nephew. Aunt Rose

Dear Steven, You have broken our hearts by leaving us way too soon. You will always be in my thoughts and prayers and I will love and miss you now and forever all time. Rest in peace my beloved nephew. Aunt Rose


We were so truly blessed to have known one another… the countless memories we made with our family and close friends throughout all of our years together. I will cherish those happy times forever and hold them close. I pray that you have found peace and serenity and know you will always be a special part of me.

Dear Robin, Marc & Mike, Rob & I would like to extend our sincere condolences to all of you. Steve's passing is totally a shock & heartbreak. We as a family absolutely loved Steve. He was such a good friend & wonderful person. God Bless Steve & all of you. We will never forget him or any of you! Much love.

Emmi, you will be missed. Love, The Butler's

RIP steve

You are my best friend and partner in life. I am saddened beyond words that we will not be able to create the world we wanted so badly. RIP My love...I will cherish all our memories and you will always be in my heart.

Great picture Steve. You were a special person and will be remembered for all of the good things that you have accomplished.


Steven's Obituaries

Steven J. Emmi, 32, formerly of Auburn died Sunday, in Layton, UT. Auburn High School Class of 1998. Army Veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Survived by mother, Robin and stepfather, Gregory Schiminske of FL; two brothers, Michael L. Emmi of Auburn and Staff Sgt. Marc Emmi, US...

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