Allnutt Funeral Service – Hunter Chapel

2100 N. Lincoln Ave., Loveland, CO


Richard Arlan Steele

April 9, 1936January 15, 2020

Richard Arlan Steele, age 83, of Loveland, Colorado passed away on Wednesday, January 15, 2020. Richard was born April 9, 1936 the son of Lucille Kimball in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. He was raised and educated in Wisconsin. Upon his graduation he entered the military serving in the Army. Upon his honorable discharge he returned home and began his career working for Speed Queen Laundry System as a steel worker. He married Sharon Lee Sullivan on June 21, 1959. Together the couple made their home in Ripon, where they raised their family. Richard was active in his community participating in many area organizations and clubs, including the Steel Workers Union. Richard enjoyed hunting, fishing and spending time with his family, especially his grandsons.

Mr. Steele is survived by his daughter, Linda Moore and her husband John of Loveland, Colo.; 2 grandsons: John Michael and Kyle Richard; 3 brothers: Robert (Carol) Kimball of Ripon, WI, Walter (Jackie) Allen of Neshkora, WI and James (Patsy) Allen of Spokane, Wash. and sister, Bonnie Prickett of Fond du Lac, WI as well as many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his wife of 54 years, Sherry in 2013, son Rick in December of 2019 and 3 sisters.

A Celebration of Richards life will be held at a later date in Wisconsin. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.allnuttloveland.com for the Steele family.


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Joni Voss Hayibor

January 20, 2020

Oh so many good and funny memories with you Uncle Dick. I will always be grateful for you and Aunt Sherry taking Dylan and me under your wings when we needed you most. RIP and please give Auntie Sherry and Rick big hugs for me. Love you always ~ Joni

David Cox

January 18, 2020

Will forever cherish the many Deer Camps we spent together! So much fun and great memories! May God Bless and keep you! 🙏🙏

Ervin "Kipp" Cox Cox

January 18, 2020

So very sorry to hear of Dick's passing. Incredibly fond memories of being up north hunting, tracking deer, playing cards, and eating the great meals Dick would make. His stories and presence have been missed at Deer Camp, but he is not forgotten by me and my bothers. I still hunt from the deer stand Dick let me have over 30 years ago, still a great spot. Kipp Cox, Madison Wisconsin

Skip Stuvland

January 18, 2020

I always enjoyed spending time with you…RIP

Chuck Suppanz

January 18, 2020

I remember Dick and all the good times at deer camp.So many others,fishing,hunting pheasant when I was a kid. Times moves so quickly.

Rob Stevens

January 17, 2020

Dick was a Good Friend and my Green Bay Packers football buddy. He was always optimistic and firm when it was required of him. My life is better by knowing Dick and his family. God Bless you my Friend.