Tooele Transcript Bulletin – News in Tooele, Utah

July 29, 2021
Steve Roth

Obit Steve RothIt is with heavy hearts that we lost our beloved Steve due to complications of an illness. He has gone home to join his father and brother. Steve was born May 29, 1977, in Fort Carson, Colorado, to Terrance and Kathleen Smith Roth and passed away July 26, 2021, in Taylorsville, Utah, with his significant other Tuesday Carusso by his side.

He graduated from Tooele High School in 1995. Steve worked for many employers throughout the Tooele, Salt Lake, and Ogden areas since 1992.

He had such a great love for animals especially his two four legged loves Suge and Sarge who have been with Steve through thick and thin most of his life. He enjoyed music, the great outdoors, camping, fishing, and hiking. Our Steve was such a gentle giant. He had a special place in his heart for his nieces and nephews, often getting down on their level, playing and making them giggle. They enjoyed that just as much as he did and loved him dearly. Steve will be truly missed by his family, significant other Tuesday Carusso, and many friends.

He was preceded in death by his father Terrence Roth; brother Joseph P. Roth; and grandparents Sherden J. Smith, Norman and Vivian Davis Roth. He is survived by his mother Kathleen Smith; sister Catherine (Anthony) Leonelli; significant other Tuesday Carusso; step-daughter Victoria Carusso; step-granddaughter Natalia Carlson; grandmother Philis A. Smith; sister-in-law Misty Roth; step-mother Pattie Roth; step-sister Christina Castro; step-brother Mike Allen; nieces Aspen Sutton (Catherine), Seaera Roth (Joe), Sydney Roth (Joe); nephews Talon Roth (Joe), Samuel Leonelli (Catherine); step-nieces Ashley Winkler, Brittney Miester; step-nephew Danny Murray; many uncles, aunts, and cousins.

Please join us in a celebration of Steve’s life Aug. 6, 2021, at the Tooele Elks Lodge (2nd floor), 61 N. Main St., Tooele, from 4 to 8 p.m.

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  1. Dear Roth families: Lowell and I express our deepest condolences for the passing of our dear Steve. It was always a pleasure to see him and enjoy his fun-loving personality and wittiness. We loved him and will miss him at family gatherings. Although it will be easy to remember good times because he made them unforgettable, it’s hard when someone so full of life passes at a young age. Time will help to ease the pain, but it will never go away. Therefore, let’s try to focus on the beautiful parts of life we’ve all had with Steve. Sending love your way.

    Uncle Lowell and Aunt Donna

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