Steven Clark Nicol
Born: 6/19/1945, Moab, Utah
Steven Nicol, born June 19, 1945 in Moab, Utah to John and Gladys Nicol. Steven passed away November 7th 2018 in the loving home of his son Patrick. He graduated from Grand County High School. Steven married Gayle Greenwell in 1969 and later divorced. He married Debbie King in 1976 and later divorced. Steven and Debbie were blessed with 2 children Patrick and Joshua. At the age of 17 he enlisted in the U.S. Army where he was trained as a heavy equipment operator. He used this training as he served in the Vietnam War. He worked in the mining industry after returning to civilian life. In 1973 he was injured in a mining explosion resulting in the loss of his right hand and left eye. He became a journeyman welder in Maryland where he excelled in his trade. Returning to Moab in 1994 he worked at City Market until he retired.
Death: 11/7/2018, Stockton, Utah
Viewing: 11/14/2018, 6:00 to 8:00 pm, , Spanish Valley Mortuary
Service: 11/15/2018, 12:00 pm, Spanish Valley Mortuary
Interment: 11/15/2018, 1:00 pm, , Sunset Memorial Gardens Cemetery
He is preceded in death by his parents John and Gladys and his two brothers John and Louie.
He is survived by his son Patrick, son Joshua, step-daughter Angie, 7 grandchildren and sister Nina Groth.
Service for Steven will be Thursday, November 15 at 12:00 PM at the Spanish Valley Mortuary, 386 North 100 West Moab, Utah. There will be a viewing Wednesday, November 14 from 6-8 PM and Thursday November 15 from 11-11:45. Steven was blessed with a loving family, Rose a good friend, and many other friends through out his life. He will be greatly missed him.
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