Steven A. Daggs

Steven A. Daggs was born to Richard A. Daggs and Mary Sue on November 23, of 1958. He was big brother to Corrie Jeanne by a mere 16 months and again several years later to his baby brother, Douglas Jones, with his mother’s second marriage to Donald Jones.

Steven was very intelligent, with a passion for photography and muscle cars. He followed in his step-father Don’s footsteps by becoming a Journeyman Plumber and excelling in the art of welding. He loved music and the challenge of rebuilding. His passion for life was sometimes overwhelming, but Steven simply loved. He was considered a nerd in his time - not great at sports, much more a techie, but would have been highly sought after in today’s market if he had only seen the beauty in himself.

Steven, my dearest, sweet brother, I will always love you with all of my heart; you were simply ahead of your time, yet so beautifully old fashioned too. I will miss you every minute of every day, yet I know now, I truly do have an Angel on my shoulder. I know your brother and nephews will love having you guide them through life offering a helping hand when needed.

Steven is survived by his sister, Corrie Jeanne Worth, and her husband Jim Kraxner; his nephews, Brandon Worth and Edward Kraxner; his brother Douglas Lewis Jones and his wife Alison Jones; and his nephews, Tyler Hohman and Derek Jones. Steven left this world way too early. Please remember how precious life is, and hold the ones near and dear to you always.


From Sandi McComish

We are heartbroken at your loss and are here for you always.  ❤️

Jan 31, 2022

From Heidi Vogel

Steven I know you were unaware of how much you were loved and wanted. I hope you feel it now and that those who loved you and passed before you were there to receive you with love. I was so thrilled to be in touch with you again as there was a hole in our lives that only you could fill. I hope that your grandparents and dad and uncle Willie are holding you now. Love is forever sweet soul.

Jan 31, 2022

From Randy Hoge

GodSpeed, Steve!

Corrie and Doug - So sorry for your loss. Steve and I first met in Grade 6 and spent a ton of time together through high school and beyond. I look back on those times with a smile.

Jan 31, 2022

From Victoria Lanza

God bless you Corrie....and may God be with you Steve in your new life on the other side. My earliest memories are of you and Corrie living across the street. You will always live in my memories and my heart. Love you alll. Vickie LaBouffand family

Jan 31, 2022

From Steve and Mar…

Corie, Jim and family, So sad to hear about your brother. Sending you our deepest sympathy, thoughts and prayers to you all. Please let us know if we can be of any help during this difficult time.
Steve and Mary Bussen

Jan 31, 2022

From Margaret Beck

Corrie, I don’t believe I ever met your brother but I know the loss of a sibling and the pain is real and intense.  Prayers you find some peace in all the wonderful memories of him.  Love always...Peggy

Feb 01, 2022

From Sheryl Lam

So sorry for your loss. I went to high school with him.  I dated your brother years ago when your son was just a baby. He will be missed. 

Feb 03, 2022

From Alex Sagatelian

My deepest sympathies to Corrie, Jim and Doug. Steve was the kind of guy that was unique in his passions, skills and big heart. I met him in high school, and we used to hang out for years thereafter. He will be missed.

Feb 24, 2022

From Jaynie Regan

Ruthie saw this and sent it to me. I have been looking for you and your brothers over the internet. Sorry to say that it took this to locate one of you. Please send me your information. My email is Hope to hear from you soon.

Jan 21, 2024

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