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Steve S Brideau
November 28, 1968 ~ March 17, 2023 (age 54) 54 Years Old
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Steve Sumner Brideau, 54, of Pennock, died Thursday, March 16th at his home. His memorial service will be at 1:00 pm, Friday, March 24th at Peace Lutheran Church in New London. Visitation will be one hour prior to his service. Interment will be in Lebanon Cemetery in New London at a later date. Arrangements are with Harvey Anderson Funeral Home in Willmar, www.hafh.org
Steven Sumner Brideau was born November 28, 1968, to Francis and Vernadale (Robinson) Brideau in St. Louis Park. He attended school in New York, Connecticut and eventually graduated from Golden Valley High School. Steve started his career as a cook shortly after high school and continued to cook for many years at various restaurants. He particularly enjoyed working at Captains Bar and Grill in Glenwood. Steve was a handyman; he would often be found fixing cars or snowmobiles. He also enjoyed hunting, fishing, wrestling and mostly spending time with his family. Steve had a great sense of humor and enjoyed telling “Dad jokes” to his family and friends. He had a love for music and playing his air guitar. He was proud of his two sons and enjoyed spending as much time as possible with them.
Steve is survived by his sons: Monte (Wah Wah) Brideau of Spicer, Marcus Brideau of Willmar, fiancée, Cynthia Eftim of Pennock, brother, Scott Brideau; half-brother, Michael Brideau; aunt, Jean (Jim) Cushman; cousins: Todd (Tracy) Cushman and Dean Cushman and his ex-wife, Kim Brideau.
He was preceded in death by his parents and sister, Susan Nelson.