Jack R Steck

101/30/1932 ~ 7/10/2021

Jack R Steck, beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, and friend, returned to his Father in Heaven Saturday, July 10, 2021.

Jack was born on October 30,1932 to Fred Andrew Steck and Sarah Neoma Braithwaite in Midvale, Utah. He was the fourth of nine children.

Jack moved to Manti as a high school freshman and graduated from Manti High School. He attended and graduated from Snow College. He served in the United States Army during the Korean Conflict.

He married his sweetheart, Francell Myers on June 10, 1955, in the Manti Temple. They resided in Ephraim for their entire lives together and raised 7 children. After Francell passed away, Jack married Jerry Olsen on December 11, 2010. He grew to love her entire family like his own.

Jack had many jobs and worked hard to support and care for his family. He spent many years at Road Runner trailers and then started his own business, The House of Glass. He was active and involved in the community. He served on the Ephraim Fire Department, ambulance crew, and was a member of the Lions Club and the American Legion. He served in many callings in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints including a counselor in the bishopric and Stake Presidency. Jack and Fran served a mission together to the Sharon Vermont Mission. He had a firm and sweet testimony of the gospel of Jesus Christ and eternal families.

He loved the outdoors, including camping, fishing, and golf. He loved cars new and old. He loved to travel and see new things. He truly loved people and had a special talent for making and keeping friends. He was happiest when he was serving someone in need.

Jack is survived by his wife, Jerry, his children; Randy (Janean), Kerry (Carma), Lisa (Clark) Warnick, Valerie (Michael) Hill, Angela (Todd) Jorgensen, Jamie (Tracy), Loren (Melinda). He has 28 grandchildren, 61 great- grandchildren and 1 great-great grandchild.   He is also survived by his brother Paul, and sisters Merlene Anderson and Sharon Christensen.

Funeral Services will be Saturday July 17, 2021, beginning at 11:00 am in the Ephraim 5th Ward 765 South 100 East Ephraim. A viewing will be held in the same building Friday July 16, 2021, from 6-8:00 pm, and again prior to the funeral Saturday from 9:30 -10:30. Interment will be in the Ephraim City Cemetery with military rites by American Legion Post 31.

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14 Responses to “Jack R Steck”

  1. Gary and Anita Hill says:

    Dear Angie and family,
    Someone so special can never be forgotten.
    We are thinking of you during this hard time.
    You are in our thoughts and prayers.
    May fond memories of your father bring you comfort during this time in your life. Our hearts and prayers go out to you and your family.

    We love you.
    Gary and Anita Hill

  2. Todd Wilkinson says:

    A great man, Best Friend to my father. Sorry for your families loss and wish that I be there pay respects.
    So many memories with You all!
    God bless


  3. Jeff Nielson says:

    Jack was a good man and was my scout leader when I was a kid. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family during this difficult time.

  4. Gerald And Kathryn Zabriskie says:

    Our hearts go out to the family, Jack was such a great guy.
    He will missed dearly.

  5. Jeff Carver says:

    Jack was a very good man. I’ve known him since I was in high school, and later in life had the blessing of having him as a neighbor, friend, and golfing buddy. I looked up to him in every way. Even when not feeling well, he wanted to get out and play golf. I will miss him and and grateful to have known him.

  6. We send our heartfelt sympathy and prayers to you and your family!

    With much love, David and Gail

  7. Dianne Blackham says:

    So happy for your family to have had such a wonderful man for your father. May you be comforted in your loss.

  8. Orson cook says:

    Sorry Kerry brings a lot of memories he was always friendly

  9. Gary Martin says:

    We are very sorry for your loss, I remember him as a very honorable man and a nice sense of humor. I am sure he will be missed. Once again, our condolences.

  10. Donald Shand says:

    Jack was a great friend and he will be missed.

    Love the Donald Shand Family

  11. Jerry and Family we are so deeply sadden to learn of Jacks passing. He was such a nice man who will be deeply missed. May God be with all of you at this time.

  12. Gerald Naylor says:

    Sorry to hear about Jack. He was a good friend. I have really missed playing golf with him. He has been a great example to me through the years. May the Lord bless you at this difficult time.

  13. Uncle Jack will be greatly missed. I loved it when he would make his winter trip down & stay. I loved him dearly and have so many memories of my growing up years spent visiting in Ephraim. He’s with God now and with loved ones. He’s at peace. He’ll always have a special place in my heart. Prayers are with the entire Steck family as with Jerry who loved him so. Love you Uncle Jack.

  14. Dear Steck Family, We were so sorry to hear of Jack’s passing. What a blessing it was for Amy and me to grow up in the neighborhood with all of you. Jack and Francell were so kind and loving to all of us. Jerry, we are so sorry for your loss as well. It was so fun to see you and Jack working together with the American Legion on Memorial Day festivities. Much love to each one of you.

    Robert and Rae Ann Tibbs