Steve Walker Death, Obituary – Steve Walker of Trail-City, British Columbia, has died after a courageous battle with colon cancer at the age of 39 with loved ones, family and the entire community left heartbroken and in grievance, according to a GoFundMe. ”It was the 39th year of Steven Walker’s life. Both of his children, Beau, who was two years and one month old, and Reign, who was one week old, were his. Tiello was his wife at the time. He was loved by many people as a son, brother, nephew, cousin, and friend.
He was the most generous, lovable, humorous, and charming of all human beings. He was just lovely. In December 2022, he went to the doctor because he was feeling ill and was told that he had colon cancer that had progressed to the stage 4 stage. After being admitted to the Trail hospital on the evening of Christmas Eve, he was later sent to the Kelowna General Hospital on January 11th. We were given the heartbreaking news that there was nothing else they could do on Friday, January 13th, and that he passed away somewhere during the night on Sunday with his parents at his side. The news shattered all of our hopes.
As a result of our profound loss and sorrow, we have decided to launch this GoFundMe campaign in the hope that it would enable us to assist in providing his children with a brighter future after the passing of their ever-loving father. to provide assistance to his lovely and incredibly resilient wife in taking care of the domestic tasks and the yard in addition to looking after their two young children and keeping the home and yard neat and tidy. to be there for them and lend assistance and support all the way through the most challenging time we can possible imagine them going through.
Steve was raised in Trail, British Columbia, where he was born and raised, although his family relocated to Castlegar, also in British Columbia, at a later time. In addition to residing in Richmond and South Surrey while he was pursuing his education at BCIT and worked at the airport, he also maintained a residence in North Vancouver. He had a significant and favorable effect on the lives of a great number of individuals, and we will miss him terribly.
During this trying time, Tiello and his children, Jennifer Opsahl (wife of Kevin Opsahl, Steve’s first cousin), and the families of Walker, Carpenter, Scupham, and Opsahl would like to express their appreciation to everyone for their thoughts, good wishes, and support.