Kaul Funeral Home


Steven DeClark

8 September, 198113 September, 2021

Steven L. DeClark, age 40, of Sterling Heights, passed away on September 13, 2021; loving son to Deborah and the Late Leo DeClark; beloved brother to Nicole (Trent) Finley, Sarah (Justin) Stumpf, Jaclyn (Justin) Giganic; dear uncle to Kailyn, Raegan, Kelsey, Jessica and Grayson; he is preceded in death by his grandparents Lucille and Robert DeClark, Joyce and Kenneth Fleming.

Steven was a proud member of the RC Community. He frequently enjoyed building, repairing, painting and drawing RC cars. He was famously known as STEVOD313 on his YouTube channel.

A memorial service in Steven’s memory will be scheduled at a later date.

Fond memories and online condolences may be offered to the family at


  • Deborah and the Late Leo DeClark, Parents
  • Nicole (Trent) Finley, Sister
  • Sarah (Justin) Stumpf, Sister
  • Jaclyn (Justin) Giganic, Sister
  • Kailyn, Raegan, Kelsey, Jessica and Grayson, Nieces & Nephew
  • He is preceded in death by his grandparents Lucille and Robert DeClark, Joyce and Kenneth Fleming.


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Michelle Novak

17 September 2021

To the family of Steve,
We send our most sincere condolences on the loss of Steve.
We know Steve from his later high-school years then into his early adulthood.
Steve was a constant in our household. He and Traca held a close friendship. Steve will never be forgotten as he will forever remain in our hearts and thoughts. Steve was very special to our family.
We are so very saddened to hear of your loss.
All our love and prayers,
Michelle Novak and family

Samuel Simard

16 September 2021

After a car accident I walk with crutch for life and lost the taste for playing with RC CAR but couple year ago I discover STEVO D 313 on YOUTUBE. I saw Steve enjoy wrenching and playing with his car and reintroduced me in that fantastic hobby. 2 year ago he write me a letter with his sticker in Canada and I was very happy because it was my first friend in the US. I will never forget this guy with a big heart. My sympathy to all his family, friend and YOUTUBE friend. God bless STEVO D 313

Brad Kalman

16 September 2021

I was a friend of Steve I was glad to be a friend of Steve's we may have had some disagreements but we always worked it out I was sorry that I could never get to meet him in person but I did talk to him through video conference on zoom a lot I'm sorry for your loss and hope he will live on in the community of RC he did a lot for it.

Cheryl Louchery

16 September 2021

I’m so sorry to hear this about Steve. I know you don’t remember me, but I’m Charlene’s sister. I met and seen you all when you were little. I know this is so tough to go through! Just know he is not hurting anymore and he is with his grandma and grandpa! Hugs to you all! 🥰

Cheryl Louchery

Kevin Gibbs

16 September 2021

Thanks for just being you Broski. Your friendship was a blessing to this old man!
God Speed StevO!

Robert DeClark

15 September 2021

Steve was the cool older cousin I looked up to as a kid. My oldest memories are in some home movies saying I wanted to be a hockey player and have a green car just like tevie (couldn't say his name right yet). He lived with my dad and I for a bit when he was around 20 and I was 7/8. Steve brought the first dirtbike I ever rode around, I remember being so scared but stevie could do it so I wanted to try. While he lived with us Steve and his girlfriend Tracea rescued a dog named Blake that me and my dad ending up keeping when Steve moved out, was my first dog I was so happy. I remember thinking how cool Steve was, always wore the nice clothes, had pretty girlfriends, coolest video games, cars, motorcycle.. crazy how the time flies. Very sad that hes gone RIP Big Cuz Love Rob

From the Family
From the Family