OBITUARY

Robert Steven Kiser

January 10, 1962December 2, 2016
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Robert Steven Kiser passed away peacefully at his home in Riverside California on December 2, 2016 at the age of 54. Lovingly remembered by his two children, Joshua Kiser and Jessica Carpenter and their spouses Cynthia Campbell and Franklin Carpenter. He had 6 grandchildren he loved and adored, Aubrey, Cash, Taylor, Lily, Marshall, and Paisley. Steve was extremely loved by all and will be extremely missed!

The funeral will be at Pierce Brothers-Crestlawn Mortuary and Memorial Park, the address is 11500 Arlington Ave, Riverside, Ca 92505 on December 16th 2016 at 11am.

Special thanks to Uncle John and Aunt Tina for all you have helped with and all you continue to do for us.

Reception to follow at Tina and John Kiser's house 18693 Sussex Rd, Riverside Ca 92504

Services

  • Funeral Service Friday, December 16, 2016

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Jane and Jim Anderson

May 16, 2017

"In a blink of an eye everything can change.....

Dedicating this post to Robert Steve Kiser, his children and grandchildren, family, and all who loved him. ❤

So sorry we fell out of touch through the years, though your memory will live on in our family as Best Man and Best Friend of my man, Jim Anderson, "Back when we were both single".

They found love, married (Jane A & Marcie K), and the four of us were best of buddies. We both had two children (Michael A & Josh K, then Scott A & Jessica K) about the same time, and shoot Steve even bought a Chevy Cavalier after we bought ours! We went on to have our third child (Heather Dawn A), the life of T-ball games began, work and life got busy, and we lost touch.

.......So forgive often and love with all your heart. You may never know when you may not have that chance again."

Here's to you Steve, that smile, the way you made me laugh, and for being "that friend of Jim's who gave him my number so that we could reconnect"! The rest, as they say, "Is history"!

Cary & Kari Hagen

February 27, 2017

Hello Kiser Family ~
It is with heavy hearts & sincere condolences we send our sympathies to you & your families. We were stunned to find out that Steve had passed away. We have thought of you often with very fond memories of you all when we were neighbors in Anaheim and then going to some birthday parties when you moved to Riverside.
We remember Steve as always the life of the party and am sure he still is in heaven !
Our hope & prayer is that you have all found comfort in your family & friends.
Love,
Cary & Kari Hagen
Kelsey & Wesley Steelman
(We were happy to be in one of the pictures posted!)

Barb Linker

December 16, 2016

Joshua and Jessica,
The service today was full of wonderful memories of your Dad . May you always keep them with you in your heart . He will be watching over you and your children . We love you ❤Uncle Jay and Auntie Barb

Steve,
We are so heartbroken that you were called to heaven, the thought of you not sending that random text/or calling to say " I love you " Happy Mother's Day " Merry Christmas or just " Thinking of you " is unbelievable . I'm so glad that you came to the last couple of get togethers for my birthday and Patrick's it meant so very much to both of us . You were such a good person and loved so very much by all . My you Rest In Peace until we meet again Love you always and forever, Jay and Barb.

Denise Kennedy

December 16, 2016

My most sincere and heartfelt sympathy to the entire Kiser family. I have been friends with the Kiser's since the 70's in Fullerton, we were neighbours & spent countless hours together. Steve took me to the drive in when he got his learner's permit just so he could drive. We always cared for each other. My heart goes out to you, his lovely family. He had the best laugh! A gentle loving gentle man with a huge heart. RIP my dear friend, I wish we had kept in closer contact.. I am so very sorry & so saddened. He is with Bob & Geri now, having a cold one together.

December 16, 2016

My sincere condolences to the entire Kiser Family you are all in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Steve, was one of my best buddies who was always upbeat, kind and funny...his warm smile and big bear hugs were always welcomed. I would give anything to have one last hug. Steve, my friend you may be gone from the physical world but I know your alive in paradise. May you rest in peace and until we meet again my friend.
Rachel Ortiz Shogren (Santa Ana, CA)

Joanne Rodriguez

December 16, 2016

My prayers and thoughts go out to the Kiser family, Steve was a wonderful, funny and a very caring man. He loved to talk about his children and grandkids so very proud of all of them. May his family always cherish their memories they have of him and always keep him close in their hearts. A Buena Park Coyote forever it was so nice to reunite with him a few months ago at our Heritage game too many years had gone by, as a classmate he made going to school fun there was never a dull moment. Steve brought so much laughter to others. He will truly be missed. May you rest in Paradise my dear friend.

Patti Poetschlag

December 9, 2016

Steve, I've known you since high school, you were always so funny, joking and kidding around all the time making people laugh, your sense of humor was always fun and outgoing. I'll forever cherish those memories in my heart...rest in peace my friend until we meet again...

-Vickie-

December 8, 2016

Our sincerest condolences go out to the entire Kiser Family. "Steve" ... a gentle man with a kind loving heart built into one big loving teddy bear. I will forever cherish your contagious laugh & smile, your great big bear hugs and genuinely loving personality. Just like Uncle Bob and Aunt Geri you always made us feel like an extension of family. They don't make em' like you Kisers anymore. You will be missed tremendously my friend. May you rest forever in peace. A great Big Forever Hug to You! May the entire Kiser Family feel God's loving arms around you as you mourn the loss of Steve and know that the Lord is Near to the Brokenhearted and Saves the Crushed in Spirit. Love, Virgil, Vickie & Carly Jane Knight

Grace Moore

December 8, 2016

Rest in paradise, uncle Steve. You were one of the best uncles. You were funny, welcoming, and could always put a smile on someones face. You will be missed dearly by so many.

December 7, 2016

Steve,
You were an amazing man, father, and friend to me. Your open arms and loving personality will stay with me always. My deepest condolences to Jessica, Josh, and family.

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