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, 22, of Jensen, Utah, formerly of Clark, Colo., died April 9, 2006, in Roosevelt, Utah.

He was born on Sept. 11, 1983, in Glenwood Springs, Colo. He was the son of Russell and Renee Chew Steele, and the late Earl Edward Eliasen.

Justin was raised on the Chew Ranch in Jensen, and later moved to Maybell, Colo., with his mother and stepfather. His family later returned to Jensen, where he graduated from Uintah High School in 2002.

While attending high school, Justin was employed by the Rattler Rope Company. He worked as a cowboy for the Crippled Cowboy Cow Outfit in the Bookcliffs. He was a partner in a fencing business located in Meeker, Colo., with his father, Earl.

He worked with his dad, Russ Steele, at Intermountain Concrete in Jensen, and was working at Dalbo in Vernal, Utah, at the time of his death. Throughout his life, Justin helped with ranching on both his parents’ and the Chew ranches.

Justin was known for his incredible sense of humor. He was a talented horseman, marksman, and all-around cowboy, and a dedicated hard worker. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, and was respected for his sensitivity and tenderheartedness. He was an avid reader. Justin enjoyed small children and animals. He was noted for his respect for girls and women, and his loyalty, politeness, and genuine friendship toward others.

Justin is survived by his mother, Renee; stepfather, Russ; sisters Joslyn Steele of Jensen, and Alicia Steele of Hayden, Colo.; brothers David Adams of Salt Lake City, Utah, Travis Adams of Meeker, John Kuntz of Eaton, Colo., and Robert “Bobby” Steele, also of Eaton. He is also survived by his grandmother, Laura H. Chew of Jensen, and Duane and Bonita Steele of Oak Creek, Colo.; and his great-grandmother, Ethel Steele of Clifton, Colo.

He was preceded in death by his father, Earl; grandfather Dean W. Chew, and grandmother, Mary Eliasen.

, 22, of Jensen, Utah, formerly of Clark, Colo., died April 9, 2006, in Roosevelt, Utah.

He was born on Sept. 11, 1983, in Glenwood Springs, Colo. He was the son of Russell and Renee Chew Steele, and the late Earl Edward Eliasen.

Justin was raised on the Chew Ranch in Jensen, and later moved to Maybell, Colo., with his mother and stepfather. His family later returned to Jensen, where he graduated from Uintah High School in 2002.

While attending high school, Justin was employed by the Rattler Rope Company. He worked as a cowboy for the Crippled Cowboy Cow Outfit in the Bookcliffs. He was a partner in a fencing business located in Meeker, Colo., with his father, Earl.

He worked with his dad, Russ Steele, at Intermountain Concrete in Jensen, and was working at Dalbo in Vernal, Utah, at the time of his death. Throughout his life, Justin helped with ranching on both his parents’ and the Chew ranches.

Justin was known for his incredible sense of humor. He was a talented horseman, marksman, and all-around cowboy, and a dedicated hard worker. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, and was respected for his sensitivity and tenderheartedness. He was an avid reader. Justin enjoyed small children and animals. He was noted for his respect for girls and women, and his loyalty, politeness, and genuine friendship toward others.

Justin is survived by his mother, Renee; stepfather, Russ; sisters Joslyn Steele of Jensen, and Alicia Steele of Hayden, Colo.; brothers David Adams of Salt Lake City, Utah, Travis Adams of Meeker, John Kuntz of Eaton, Colo., and Robert “Bobby” Steele, also of Eaton. He is also survived by his grandmother, Laura H. Chew of Jensen, and Duane and Bonita Steele of Oak Creek, Colo.; and his great-grandmother, Ethel Steele of Clifton, Colo.

He was preceded in death by his father, Earl; grandfather Dean W. Chew, and grandmother, Mary Eliasen.

, 22, of Jensen, Utah, formerly of Clark, Colo., died April 9, 2006, in Roosevelt, Utah.

He was born on Sept. 11, 1983, in Glenwood Springs, Colo. He was the son of Russell and Renee Chew Steele, and the late Earl Edward Eliasen.

Justin was raised on the Chew Ranch in Jensen, and later moved to Maybell, Colo., with his mother and stepfather. His family later returned to Jensen, where he graduated from Uintah High School in 2002.

While attending high school, Justin was employed by the Rattler Rope Company. He worked as a cowboy for the Crippled Cowboy Cow Outfit in the Bookcliffs. He was a partner in a fencing business located in Meeker, Colo., with his father, Earl.

He worked with his dad, Russ Steele, at Intermountain Concrete in Jensen, and was working at Dalbo in Vernal, Utah, at the time of his death. Throughout his life, Justin helped with ranching on both his parents’ and the Chew ranches.

Justin was known for his incredible sense of humor. He was a talented horseman, marksman, and all-around cowboy, and a dedicated hard worker. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, and was respected for his sensitivity and tenderheartedness. He was an avid reader. Justin enjoyed small children and animals. He was noted for his respect for girls and women, and his loyalty, politeness, and genuine friendship toward others.

Justin is survived by his mother, Renee; stepfather, Russ; sisters Joslyn Steele of Jensen, and Alicia Steele of Hayden, Colo.; brothers David Adams of Salt Lake City, Utah, Travis Adams of Meeker, John Kuntz of Eaton, Colo., and Robert “Bobby” Steele, also of Eaton. He is also survived by his grandmother, Laura H. Chew of Jensen, and Duane and Bonita Steele of Oak Creek, Colo.; and his great-grandmother, Ethel Steele of Clifton, Colo.

He was preceded in death by his father, Earl; grandfather Dean W. Chew, and grandmother, Mary Eliasen.

, 22, of Jensen, Utah, formerly of Clark, Colo., died April 9, 2006, in Roosevelt, Utah.

He was born on Sept. 11, 1983, in Glenwood Springs, Colo. He was the son of Russell and Renee Chew Steele, and the late Earl Edward Eliasen.

Justin was raised on the Chew Ranch in Jensen, and later moved to Maybell, Colo., with his mother and stepfather. His family later returned to Jensen, where he graduated from Uintah High School in 2002.

While attending high school, Justin was employed by the Rattler Rope Company. He worked as a cowboy for the Crippled Cowboy Cow Outfit in the Bookcliffs. He was a partner in a fencing business located in Meeker, Colo., with his father, Earl.

He worked with his dad, Russ Steele, at Intermountain Concrete in Jensen, and was working at Dalbo in Vernal, Utah, at the time of his death. Throughout his life, Justin helped with ranching on both his parents’ and the Chew ranches.

Justin was known for his incredible sense of humor. He was a talented horseman, marksman, and all-around cowboy, and a dedicated hard worker. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, and was respected for his sensitivity and tenderheartedness. He was an avid reader. Justin enjoyed small children and animals. He was noted for his respect for girls and women, and his loyalty, politeness, and genuine friendship toward others.

Justin is survived by his mother, Renee; stepfather, Russ; sisters Joslyn Steele of Jensen, and Alicia Steele of Hayden, Colo.; brothers David Adams of Salt Lake City, Utah, Travis Adams of Meeker, John Kuntz of Eaton, Colo., and Robert “Bobby” Steele, also of Eaton. He is also survived by his grandmother, Laura H. Chew of Jensen, and Duane and Bonita Steele of Oak Creek, Colo.; and his great-grandmother, Ethel Steele of Clifton, Colo.

He was preceded in death by his father, Earl; grandfather Dean W. Chew, and grandmother, Mary Eliasen.

, 22, of Jensen, Utah, formerly of Clark, Colo., died April 9, 2006, in Roosevelt, Utah.

He was born on Sept. 11, 1983, in Glenwood Springs, Colo. He was the son of Russell and Renee Chew Steele, and the late Earl Edward Eliasen.

Justin was raised on the Chew Ranch in Jensen, and later moved to Maybell, Colo., with his mother and stepfather. His family later returned to Jensen, where he graduated from Uintah High School in 2002.

While attending high school, Justin was employed by the Rattler Rope Company. He worked as a cowboy for the Crippled Cowboy Cow Outfit in the Bookcliffs. He was a partner in a fencing business located in Meeker, Colo., with his father, Earl.

He worked with his dad, Russ Steele, at Intermountain Concrete in Jensen, and was working at Dalbo in Vernal, Utah, at the time of his death. Throughout his life, Justin helped with ranching on both his parents’ and the Chew ranches.

Justin was known for his incredible sense of humor. He was a talented horseman, marksman, and all-around cowboy, and a dedicated hard worker. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, and was respected for his sensitivity and tenderheartedness. He was an avid reader. Justin enjoyed small children and animals. He was noted for his respect for girls and women, and his loyalty, politeness, and genuine friendship toward others.

Justin is survived by his mother, Renee; stepfather, Russ; sisters Joslyn Steele of Jensen, and Alicia Steele of Hayden, Colo.; brothers David Adams of Salt Lake City, Utah, Travis Adams of Meeker, John Kuntz of Eaton, Colo., and Robert “Bobby” Steele, also of Eaton. He is also survived by his grandmother, Laura H. Chew of Jensen, and Duane and Bonita Steele of Oak Creek, Colo.; and his great-grandmother, Ethel Steele of Clifton, Colo.

He was preceded in death by his father, Earl; grandfather Dean W. Chew, and grandmother, Mary Eliasen.


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