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Steven A. Clayson February 29, 1976 - March 28, 2024

Steven A. Clayson, age 48 of Spanish Fork, Utah passed away on March 28th, 2024. He was born on February 29th, 1976 in SLC, Utah to Ralph (Snick) and Olive Argyle Clayson. He is the baby brother to Eddie, Michelle, Mary Ann and Mike. He was married to Susie Osick for 11 years and that union brought three step-children; Christopher, Kyra and Aaron Scott.

Steve grew up in Spanish Fork. His childhood was spent running around with all of the neighborhood kids, lots of night games and board games and frequent walks down to Johnny’s for penny candy and drinks. He had an abundance of childhood friends that all hold very fond memories of him.

He graduated from Spanish Fork High School in 1994 and went on to graduate with a bachelor’s degree from Utah Valley University. Steve was a very hard worker and enjoyed all of the friends he made through his career at Pacific Horizon Credit Union.

Steve was a big BYU sports fan and had season tickets to both football and basketball. He often shared those tickets with his nephews. He enjoyed many trips with his brothers and nephews to away games. He also loved cheering on the Utah Jazz and the New York Giants. Steve loved to learn and was always taking new courses related to computers and business. You would often find Steve in Las Vegas, he could always pick a lucky slot machine.

He was “Uncle Stevie” to not only his 12 nieces and nephews, but to many, many other people that loved and adored him like family. He was so kind and thoughtful. He loved buying gifts for those he loved. He supported all of his nieces and nephews in their special events and endeavors. He was always making us laugh. His giggle and funny faces will never be forgotten.

Steve is survived by his siblings, Eddie Clayson (Joey), Michelle Quintana (Brian), Mary Ann, and Mike Clayson (Angie). He leaves behind his adoring nephews and nieces; Tyson Clayson, Josh Clayson, Jordyn Dea, Colton Clayson, Jessica Quintana, Madison Dean, Jace Quintana, Payton Clayson, Tate Clayson,  Brock Clayson, Irelynd “LoLo” Clayson and Camden Clayson. He was preceded in death by a sister, Allison Clayson and his parents, Snick and Olive Clayson.

A celebration of Steve’s life will be held on Thursday, April 4th, 2024 at 11:00 AM at the River Bottoms Chapel, 3477 E River Bottoms Road in Spanish Fork. Visitations will be held Wednesday, April 3rd from 6:00-8:00 PM at Walker Funeral Home, 187 S. Main Street in Spanish Fork, and also on April 4th from 9:45 until 10:45 at the River Bottoms Chapel in Spanish Fork. He will be buried in the Spanish Fork Cemetery.

 

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Visitation

Wednesday, April 3, 2024
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Walker Funeral Home
187 S Main St
Spanish Fork, UT
84660
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Visitation

Thursday, April 4, 2024
9:45 am - 10:45 am
3477 E River Bottoms Road
Spanish Fork, UT
84660
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Funeral Service

Thursday, April 4, 2024
11:00 am
3477 E River Bottoms Road
Spanish Fork, UT
84660
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Interment

Spanish Fork City Cemetery
420 S 400 E
Spanish Fork, UT
84660
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    Lynzi Kidman Coffey says

    Steve’s laugh was my favorite! I still remember it from high school. He had a gift of making people feel happy when he was around. Steve was a genuinely kind and friendly guy. I’m terribly sorry for your loss. Heaven got a good one.

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    Joe Shelby says

    He was such a Joy to be around and loved helping others. I cherished my friendship and the chance to work together. He was intelligent and compassionate and I am a better man for knowing Steve. Rest in Peace Steve and I look forward to seeing you again! Deepest Regard to Steve – Mike and their Families. Sincerely, Joe Shelby

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    Amy (Bartholomew) Whetten says

    Oh Cheesy, my friend, you are going to be missed. I love the memories of days at Movie Magic, and nights in your back yard or on the porch laughing and goofing off with the crew.You gave me my nickname and it has stuck! I never felt left out when you were around. Thanks for being a good friend.

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    Misty Webber says

    How do you put into words what an incredible guy Steve was? He had an infectious smile and witty sense of humor. The Clayson clan has so many amazing people. All so very welcoming! Steve will be missed by so many people. more than he was aware of. Rest in peace Steve. May you find joy with your mom and dad in heaven!

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    Megan Olson says

    I worked with Steve at the credit union many years ago. He was intelligent, kind, funny, and incredibly patient with us. He had the best laugh. Steve you will be greatly missed!!

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    Whitney Hurst says

    Steve, I just can’t believe that you are really gone. It doesn’t seem like real life. You are terribly missed by everyone that knew you. Even our dogs are missing their favorite person. You brought joy to our lives, and I will always be grateful for that. Love you, friend.

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    Nate Holdaway says

    I worked with Steve for several years at the credit union. He is a kind and patient person who always open to listen to anyone. He has the best laugh that would cheer up all those around him. I am grateful to know him and his friendship. You are missed, Steve!

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    Eve says

    Steve always took the time to chat, and bring a laugh, and smile with every interaction. We will be deeply missed. My deepest sympathies to his family, and all who loved him.

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