OBITUARY

Steven Dodds

June 26, 1961August 3, 2018
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Steven D. Dodds, 57 of Davenport, passed away Friday August 3, 2018 at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City. Celebration of life services will be 1:30pm Wednesday August 8, 2018 at Weerts Funeral Home, Jersey Ridge and Kimberly Roads, Davenport, where the family will greet friends from 12:00pm till the time of the service. Memorials may be made to the family.

Steven was born in 1961 in Davenport, the son of Robert and Bette (Dick) Dodds. He married In Son Chon on September11, 1993 in Phoenix, AZ. He worked in the aerospace industry for Cobham Life Support as a design engineer. In his free time he enjoyed golf, joking around with family and friends, playing the saxophone, Harley Davidson motorcycles, cars, trying new foods, spending time with his family and friends, but mostly he enjoyed his job and the work he did.

Those left to honor his memory include his wife, 1 daughter, Alexandra Dodds of San Antonio, TX, 2 step sons, Robert McCullough of Janesville, WI, David McCullough, of Davenport, IA, granddaughter Aaralyn McCullough, sister, Dr. Dana M. (Ross) Lee of Tacoma, WA, and his mother, Bette.

He was preceded in death by his father and 1 brother, David Dodds.

The family would like to thank everyone for your love and support.

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, August 8, 2018
  • Memorial Service Wednesday, August 8, 2018
REMEMBERING

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Susan Dochterman

August 8, 2018

It has been an honor working with Steve at Cobham. His positive attitude made my day brighter every time I had the pleasure of seeing him. Rest in Peace, Steve! My condolences to the family.

Paula Peterson Hansen

August 8, 2018

The memories are from decades ago, but the prayers are for today and all of the tomorrows. May there be comfort in the memories and the love of all those Steve has touched over his lifetime.

Sharon Imming

August 8, 2018

It was s pleasure to work with Steve at Cobham. He always had a smile on his face and always had time to speak. Rest In Peace and my sympathy to the family.

Carol Philbrick

August 8, 2018

I a.m Carol " Dunkin" Philbrick. My brother is George Dunkin.. I didn't know Steven but wanted to say I am so very sorry for your loss and you are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Joe Changle

August 8, 2018

I only knew you a short time, but you were one of the bravest men I have ever met!
It was an Honor to know you and to work with you. You can now rest pain free!
Rest in Peace!!

CATHLEEN PORTALE

August 7, 2018

My dearest cousin. Steve, you have always been a wonderful family member, son , husband and father. I have enjoyed your trips back to Arzona. You were always smiling and making others laugh. You enjoyed life to the fullest. I know the last 7 years have been difficult but you fought like a champ. Your Dad, brother and the rest of our relatives would be so proud of you. I will always remember the fun we had. I know you are finally at peace. I pray that God will always watch over
you and your family. All my love,. Cathy.

Bruce Walker

August 7, 2018

Met at St Paul's Lutheran Church in Davenport Iowa sang in the the choir and took many tours together with the choir. I pray the peace that passes all understanding for your family and friends

Celeste Hoffman

August 7, 2018

Glen and I are happy that we got to meet you. Thanks to your Mom, Bettie, for wanting a Maid Rite.
Celeste and Glen Hoffman

Sam Mickelson

August 7, 2018

I watched a illness take your weight but never your spirit. You demonstrated a will to live that I have never witnessed in my life. Your love of family gave you the strength to fight back. All who knew you thought you would beat this latest attack and return to work soon. God had a different plan and now our prayers are for In Son and your family. Your team will be there for your family today and in the future. Rest in peace my friend, rest in peace.

Pat Dick

August 7, 2018

Dear Nephew,

I love you. I miss you.

Always,
Aunt Pat