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Steve Renteria

Steve Michael Renteria

Monday, September 15th, 1980 - Sunday, April 5th, 2020
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Steven Michael Renteria was born September 15th, 1980 at Glendora hospital in Glendora California. His soul left his body April 5th, 2020 at 3:05pm at Loma Linda hospital in Murrieta California. He was 39 years young. He was residing in Murrieta California at the time of his passing. He suffered from a heart attack Wednesday April 3rd while taking a bike ride. First responders were able to restart his heart but unfortunately, he was without oxygen to his brain for too long.

Steven came into this world as strong as he left it. If sunshine could be harnessed in a human form, this would be Steven. A caretaker and nurturer from early on right up until he passed. There was never a friend or a family member he didn’t make time to help or lend a sympathetic ear to. He had a soldier’s heart, eternally giving, fighting, loving and selfless. He won best smile in high school (best eyes were taken) and he graduated in 1998 from Perris High in Perris California. He immediately joined the Marine Reserves after high school. A man dedicated to serving, who valued his country and who wanted to make a difference. When he returned home, he played in various bands as he had deep love of music both performing and producing. He had a great love for nature and the outdoors. He was adventurous and his angelic childlike curiosity was intoxicating to those whom he shared time with. When Steve loved something or someone, he loved with his mind body and soul. Happiness radiated from him. Though Steve had many accomplishments and talents, his greatest pride and continuous joys were his three beautiful children. To him, they were his most beloved and treasured accomplishments. He was lucky to have met the love of his life Annette, his soulmate and best friend and share 4 happy years together. He was overjoyed to accept her children as his own only to further cement his dreams of a large family.

Steven is Survived by his Father Primotivo Renteria, Sister Lorraine Ann Casas & spouse Kyle Chaufty, Niece Emma Lou Kirkpatrick. Daughters, Estrella Marie Sweat, Alicia Marie Fernandes, and Christina Marie Renteria. Grandmother Maryann Clark, Aunts Cathy Woods, Carolee Ortiz and Jeannette Pettit. His Spouse Annette Bonilla and her two children Kaylana Paed and Lyla Paed.

He is proceeded in death by his mother Susan Lorraine Pettit, Cousin Brandon Woods and his dear friends Matt Chan and Brett Cohen.

Steven will be laid to rest in Menifee Valley Cemetery. Any donations can be made through the Go Fund me account generated on his Facebook account.
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Jesse coleman

Posted at 03:45am
Steve is one of my closest friends. He, Matt and I shared a lot of great moments. And I was fortunate enough to share a band and the stage with him. I miss him so much. He was a good man. I never thought of the three of us id be the last one standing... As they both were better men than I. ....I'll miss you Steve. Always man.
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