Kurt Durrell Steen

March 22, 1963 to March 21, 2023


Kurt passed peacefully away at St Clare’s Mercy Hospital on March 21, 2023 following a short illness.

Predeceased by his parents Ken Steen, Grace Wadden, and stepfather Patrick (Don) Wadden. Leaving to mourn sister Valerie Steen, stepsister Helen Reid (Clyde), stepbrothers Bob (Erin), Don Jr, and Tony. Also, nephews Joe and Jack Wadden, and cousins Liam Peddle, Keith Peddle (Anne) and Francis Peddle (Linda).

Heartfelt thank you to Flo Jordan, as well as to his many other caregivers over the years.

Special thank you to the nurses and staff at St Clare’s ICU; your caring and kindness to Kurt went above and beyond your job requirements – from providing him with a radio, to buying a sports magazine for him. Your thoughtfulness will never be forgotten.

Kurt loved bowling, dances, and karaoke. “Rhinestone Cowboy” was his favourite song! He also loved watching sports and could probably name every team in every sport.

Cremation has taken place and at the family’s request there will be no visitation or service. Inurnment will take place at a later date.



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Dearest Valerie: How sad I was to read of Kurt’s passing. I will always remember being at your home and marveling at the way that he would remember word for word a paragraph that was read to him. I remember how you loved him so dearly. Take care, my old friend and God bless.


Sorry to hear of your Brother Kurt’s passing. Always hard to lose a sibling. Thinking of you at this time.

Bill Squires

Valerie, I am sorry for your brother’s passing. I knew him at the Geraldine Rubia Centre. My son Evan is a client there. I also remember you when we were teenagers hanging out down by Reddy’s Store back in the early seventies..

Bob and family… condolences on the passing of your brother. Never an easy loss.

Helen, Clyde and family please accept my condolences for your loss.

Sorry for your lost for the family and friends at the geraldine rubia center and he was in darts and dance he had good friend with the all the geraldine rubia center good friend he had good buddy he was

Valerie and family we extend our sincere condolences on Kurt’s passing. Our Aunt Claire and Mom and Dad were always in touch with your Mom through the years. Our thoughts are with you.

Dear Cousin Valerie and all the Wadden family,

It is with great sadness that we heard of Kurt’s passing. He had his very special talents, like not only being able to remember every team in the NHL, but every player and their number. He was with us all our lives, and fond memories of him will endure. We can only hope he passed peacefully, bereft of pain and troubles.

With deepest sympathy,

Your cousins, Francis (Linda and Liam), and Keith (Anne)

Valerie I am so very sorry for the loss of your brother. Please know that I am thinking of you during this very sad time.

Trudy (Mullett)

Helen, Clyde and Family,
I’m so sorry to hear of Kurt’s passing..
Thinking of you all at this difficult time. May he rest in peace.

I had the absolute pleasure to work with Kurt the past 9 months. He definitely holds a special place in my heart!! He was an amazing, smart, funny, caring person! He was definitely my best buddy! I’m gonna miss you Kurt but knowing I did my absolute best for you makes me feel so good! I love you buddy!