Steven

Steven Jon Kubas

Steven Jon Kubas was born on March 4, 1986 and left this world way too early on May 12, 2019.  He is survived by his parents, Jon and Amy Kubas; his sister, Kimberly Kubas MacRae and husband Cody; and his 3 nephews, Colton, Caden, and Cash.  He is also survived by his grandparents, Peggy Wilkins, Jim Wilkins, and Kaye Kubas; uncle, Steve Wilkins and wife Susan; cousins, Ashley Halsell and husband Jimmy, Alysa Wilkins, Kirsten Kubas, Robert Kubas, Kevin Kubas and wife Valerie; and many childhood friends.  Steven was predeceased by his uncle, David Kubas. Steven was extremely intelligent, athletic, respectful, kind, and had a tremendous sense of humor.  His 3 nephews were the light of his life and he loved spending time with them.  Not just to play, but also to tease and laugh at them.  He had a big heart and loved animals, and could make you laugh at the drop of a hat.  Unfortunately, Steven suffered deeply with severe social anxiety and depression for most of his life, but hid it from everyone.  He never talked about it or shared with his family or friends, and ultimately the pain was so unbearable he took his own life.

We choose to celebrate his life and are thankful for the 33 years we had with him.  Steven, we love you and miss you.  Our hearts are broken for you and we know you are now with Jesus and finally at peace.  May our Lord wrap his arms around you and hold you tightly, and we'll see you again one day in Heaven.  Rest in Peace Bud!

Upcoming Events

Memorial/Fellowship Service
Thursday, May 23, 2019 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM

Faithbridge Church 18000 Stuebner-Airline Road Spring, TX 77379

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People may come to offer their support and pay their respects during this time.  There will not be a formal sit down type service.  You may come and go at your convenience.  Please do not feel the need to wear black or dress formally.  Business casual is perfectly fine.

There will be a private graveside burial service “for family only” later that day.

The family is overwhelmed with all the love and support we’ve received during this difficult time.  Thank you all for being an important part of our lives.  Through our faith in Jesus Christ, his resurrecting love, and your support, we are able to move forward.  We know we will see Steven again one day in heaven, and he is now at peace.   Due to the nature of his passing, the family requests any Memorial Donations be sent in honor of the Steven Jon Kubas Memorial Fund at one of the following organizations to bring awareness and help to those suffering as Steven did: National Alliance on Mental Illness [maxbutton id="2" url="https://donate.nami.org/fundraiser/2121111" text="Donate to NAMI" linktitle="NAMI" ] Or Mail your donation to: NAMI 3803 N. Fairfax Dr., Suite 100 Arlington, VA 22203 American Foundation for Suicide Prevention [maxbutton id="2" url="https://afsp.donordrive.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=donordrive.personalCampaign&participantID=1958982" text="Donate to AFSP" linktitle="AFSP" ] Or Mail your donation to: American Foundation for Suicide Prevention 120 Wall Street, 29 th Floor New York, NY 10005   Thank you all for your kindness and support.  May God Bless each and every one of you! Please share this with anyone that might have known Steven or may benefit from his story.
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