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December 15, 1949 ~ January 30, 2024 (age 74) 74 Years Old
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It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Steve Chaney, a beloved husband, father, and friend. Steve’s journey in this world ended just a few months after his beloved wife, Carole Jean Chaney, left this earthly realm. He left behind a legacy of love, strength, and devotion.
Steve was born on December 15, 1949, in Shawnee, Oklahoma. He was the loving father of three children, Terry Trueblood, Troy Trueblood, and Sherry Trueblood. Their lives were blessed with the presence of a caring a nurturing father, who always put family first. Steve’s joy knew no bounds when he became a grandfather. With countless grandchildren, their love brought him immense happiness that cannot be simply quantified.
Known for his strength and resilience, Steve was a hard-working man who dedicated himself to providing for his family. His determination and work ethic were unparalleled, and he served as an inspiration to those around him. Steve’s friends affectionately called him “Old Blue Eyes”, a nod to his captivating gaze that could light up any room. With his white beard and twinkling eyes, he even resembled Santa Claus, bringing joy and cheer to those in his presence.
Steve found solace and enjoyment in spending time with his friends from the Alley Club. These cherished moments were filled with laughter, camaraderie, and shared memories that will be treasured forever. One of his simple pleasures in life was indulging in ice water, a refreshing drink that brought him comfort and contentment. Steve also had a passion for fishing and would often spend time at the lake, casting his line and enjoying the serenity of nature. Fishing was not just a hobby for Steve but a way for him to connect with friends and create lasting memories.
Steve Chaney will be dearly missed by all who has the honor of knowing him. His unwavering love for his family, his resilience, and his warm heart will forever remain in our hearts. As we bid farewell to a remarkable man, let us remember the lessons he taught us about love, hard work, cherishing every moment in life, and finding solace in the simplest pleasures.
May Steve rest in eternal peace, reunited with his beloved wife and watching over his family from above.