OBITUARY

Steven Scott Howells

September 19, 1971April 12, 2021

Steven Scott Howells, 49, born September 19, 1971 in Kaneohe, Hawaii, moved to Phoenix in 1998, and passed away April 12, 2021. He is proceeded in death by his father William (Bill) in 2019, and survived by his mother Harriet of Sun City West, his brother Michael (Lynne) of Honolulu, aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, and nephews. Steven is a sensitive, loving, and generous spirit and will be remembered fondly by those who knew him. May he rest in peace.

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Michael Howells

April 29, 2021

Nicole Williams

April 28, 2021

Nicole Williams

April 27, 2021

Steve was my first husband back in 1993. Although we went our seperate ways a couple years later we kept in touch and hang out when I went to Hawaii. After a few years he dropped out of site and despite years trying I could not find him again. I have always looked and worried and wondered. He never deserved to end like this. He was smart and funny and talented. He was always there for others and he risked his life to save mine because he thought it was worth saving. I am who and what I am today due to him. Thank you Steve for all you did for me, you are always in my heart, and I will continue to try and make you proud. I love you always.

Michael Howells

April 25, 2021

Jim, Pat Rakers

April 23, 2021

Steven is now at peace with God. Harriet and Michael our thoughts and prayers are with you. We are here to help in any way we can.

Michael Howells

April 23, 2021

Harriet Howells

April 23, 2021

"Gone but not forgotten"
Our years together were far too short but I’m grateful for them none the less. Can't wait to see and hug you again at your new home with our Lord!! I love you Steve.
Aloha no!! Mom

Michael Howells

April 22, 2021

Lynne Howells

April 22, 2021

“Only a moment you stayed but what an imprint your footsteps have left on our hearts”
Steven was a kind and loving soul. He was the type of person who would “take the shirt off his back” to help someone in need.
Know that you are loved by me and all who know the true you. “Gone from our sight but never from our hearts”
Forever rest in peace, Steven. As Michael says “until we meet again”. Aloha ‘oe

Bradley Spencer

April 22, 2021

Aloha Aunty Harriett & Michael,
I cannot imagine how much you’re hurting right now. I hope that you find moments of peace during this hard time. My greatest solace at this time is the cherished memories I have of Steven and the family, so long ago, on Popoki St. in Kaneohe, and the knowledge that Uncle Bill & Steven are together in heaven in Gods ever loving embrace. May your many memories help sustain you during this challenging time. I’m thinking of your family during this difficult time. You mean so much to me, and I want you to know that you’re in my thought and prayers.
Mahalo, Aloha & A Hui hou.
Brad & Lisa Spencer

FROM THE FAMILY