Steven Martin Carnesecca

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Steven Martin Carnesecca passed away in Mesquite, Nevada on November 24, 2023. He was born January 27, 1961 to Joseph & V Janet Mills Carnesecca in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Steven grew up in Mapleton, Utah. He served in the Utah National Guard 116th Engineer unit. He retired from the Utah National Guard. He moved to Ferron, Utah to work in the coal mines. Then back to Mapleton. He has lived in Provo, Utah, Sterling, Utah and most recently Mesquite, Nevada. He spent most of his years in Mapleton, which was always home.

He was married to Kari McClean, divorced, LeAnn Wilson, divorced and DeAnna, divorced.

During his lifetime he worked in the coal mines, for the Utah state prison, was a regional trainer for UDOT, he had his CDL, certification as a heavy equipment operator and drove the snowplow for UDOT. He was a very hard worker. Co-workers said he was smart, quick, very intelligent and could get more accomplished in a week than most in a month. After he retired, he worked for a golf course.

Steven was a member of the Catholic church, attended Catholic school as a boy and graduated from Springville High School. He was an Eagle scout, loved to golf, ride 4-wheelers and snowmobiles, fish and hang out in Scofield with family and friends. He loved to go to football games and concerts.

He is survived by his children Tauni A. Carnesecca of Utah and Tyler Carnesecca of Texas; grandchild Sage A. Carnesecca of Utah; brother Mike Carnesecca; 3 ex-spouses and the last two loves of his life Cyndie and Missi. Preceded in death by his mother Janet Carnesecca, father Joe Carnesecca, brother David Carnesecca and sister Sherrie Carnesecca.

Graveside services will be Saturday, December 16, 2023 at 12:00 noon at the Springville Evergreen Cemetery, 1880 South 400 East, Springville, Utah with military honors and blessing of grave. Friends and family can gather at Spring Creek Utah County Mortuary, 737 North Main, Springville, Utah Saturday morning from 10:00 – 11:00 am to say goodbye to Steve.

In lieu of flowers, donations to pay for funeral and burial would be appreciated. They can be given to Spring Creek Mortuary.

We would like to give a big thank you to Brad & Verna Carnesecca and his great neighbors, LeAnn & Steve Kalstein and Roy & Christina Miller.

Condolences can be offered at www.springcreekmortuary.com.

Chris Baird
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Chris is a family man with a beautiful wife and four kids. Three Girls, One Boy. He enjoys playing basketball, being outdoors, and the old normal.