Steven L. Nunley

12/12/1952 ~ 10/12/2020

Steven L. Nunley, 67, of San Bernardino, California went to be with his Lord and family that Preceded him on October 12, 2020 at Parkview Hospital in Riverside, California after a long battle with Congestive Heart Failure and multiple blood and bone infections. Steven was the 4th child (1st boy) born to Leslie Nunley and Mary Mauriel Larson on December 12, 1952 he was born in Mount Pleasant, Utah but was raised in Spring City, Utah. When he graduated high school he joins the Army Reserves but shortly after joining (5 months) he was medically discharged because of his epilepsy. At 19 he served a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Los Angeles, California after returning home from his mission he attended Snow College and BYU. Years later after several proposals he finally got the yes he was waiting for from the Love of His Life Sharon Ann LeVine and they were Sealed for Time and All Eternity in the Los Angeles California LDS Temple on June 21, 1980. Steven and Sharon Blessed the world with 4 children 3 boys and 1 girl. Steven was avid in family history and church history while holding many callings in the church over his lifetime. Steven was proceeded in Death by his Father Leslie Nunley, His Mother Mary Mauriel Larson, and 2 sisters Joan Leslie (Nunley) Worthington, and Marianne Nunley. Steven is survived by his wife of 40 years Sharon Ann (LeVine) Nunley 66, Joel David Nunley 39 (Lydia), Bryan Austin Nunley 37 (Chelsea), Jennifer Rebecca (Nunley) Mingl 35 (William), Matthew Lane Nunley 33 and his Oldest Sister Betty (Nunley) Mitchell. Steven also has 8 grandchildren, 6 Grandsons, and 2 granddaughters. Steven will be laid to rest next to his Parents and sister (Marianne) in Spring City, Utah at 12 pm on Saturday December 5, 2020 there will only be a graveside service at this time..

2 Responses to “Steven L. Nunley”

  1. Very sorry for your loss. I sure enjoyed reconnecting with him on Facebook. Prayers sent for peace and comfort.

  2. Joel Nunley says:

    I miss you very much Dad. I love you