In Memory Of


Robert Steen

Apr 6, 1951 - Jun 10, 2020


  A Celebration of Robert's life will be held at a later date.


Robert Arnold Steen (April 6, 1951 – June 10, 2020)

It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Robert Arnold Steen. Robert was born and raised in Camrose, Alberta and a long-time resident of Sylvan Lake, Alberta.

Robert is leaving to mourn his loss his sister Linda Steen, his two stepchildren, Jeff McCullough, Tina Hill (Ryan), five grandchildren; Kyle Reid (Lexa) Austin Temmerman, Braden Reid, Spencer McCullough (Sierra) and Ashley McCullough and great grandson Benson Reid, mother-in-law Ann Czarnacki, sister and brother in-law Leona and Sid Squance and sister in-law Sheila Fendall. As well as a special cousin Archie Latimer (Ramona). Along with many other close friends and family.

Robert was predeceased by his wife and best friend Joyce Anne Steen, his father Robert (Bud) Alton Steen and his mother Olive Evelyn (Orr) Steen.

Robert will forever be remembered for his sense of fun and sunny, witty nature. He had many hobbies and passions such as golf and travel. Robert was a great storyteller and had many stories of his life to share, always with some humour and adventurous note to them.

Robert was truly one of a kind, a gentle caring soul who thought of everyone.

Robert handled his illness with such courage and grace to make it easier for those who loved him, the family will forever be grateful for that, he will be greatly missed.

The family would like to thank the staff in the ER at the Red Deer Regional Hospital for their wonderful care and support. They would also like to thank the Sylvan Lake Funeral Home for their support and assistance.

A celebration of Robert’s life will be held at a later date.


Brent Scott aka Spike:

So sorry to hear of Bob's passing. I always remembered him fondly. Was lots of fun.

Terry Grover:

Rest in peace Bob. Hope your Oilers make the first round.

Clayton Mattson:

My heartfelt condolences go out to you and your family. Bob was a good man and truly a kind person. He will be missed.

Phil Taylor Red Deer AB:

I first knew Bob in the early 90's working with Eastern Ind Telecom. We always had a lot of fun and worked hard at the same time. Later we moved from Brockville to Red Deer and I had the opportunity to work quite often with Bob...Later we both worked for Compower and I got to work with Bob most of the time. Knowing Bob can only enrich someones life as it did mine. I am very grateful of knowing Bob and Joyce..We will always remember them both.

Larry & Eileen Wallis:

We are deeply saddened by the news. It has been a long time since we last saw each other. Our friendship as kids will be remembered fondly. Many great times we had together in Camrose growing up. . A very nice friend indeed.
Larry & Eileen Wallis

Yvonne Myrehaug:

What a lovely tribute to Robert’s life. My heart aches for your loss. Love, Yvonne

Debbi Paylor :

So sorry Linda as you mourn the loss of your dear brother. I hope memories of your special times with him and all your family help you feel at peace. Love Debbi

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