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Steven M. Floding


September 4, 1999
Scandia, MN


June 17, 2023

Steven "Steve-O" Floding Obituary

Age 23 of Scandia. Loving Son, Brother, Uncle, Nephew, Cousin & Friend, passed away on June 17, 2023. Preceded in death by grandparents, Lloyd & Mildred; uncle, Roger. Survived by parents, Lorinda (Larry Houle), Fred Huss; twin brother, Nick; brothers, Eric (Andrea) Huss, Jon Huss; nephew, Andrew Huss; nieces, Landry, Leddi; aunts, Jan (Terry) Howard, Kathy; cousins, Lisa (Steven) Zahn, Trevor (Kacy) Howard, Kayla (Chris) Lence, Christina (Kent) Parker, Kody Klimek; other relatives & many friends.


Steve lived a life filled with passion, adventure, and a deep love for the outdoors. Known for his love for fishing, hunting, and four-wheeling, Steve was in his element whenever he found himself surrounded by nature's beauty. His love for the great outdoors was not confined to these pursuits alone. His truck, his faithful companion on countless adventures, was a testament to his rugged spirit. Steve held a special place in his heart for his dogs, Mia and Bauer. They were not just pets; they were his loyal companions who gave him much joy. A dedicated and hardworking professional, Steve excelled in his career as both a plumber and an auto body technician. He possessed a contagious sense of humor, and always strove to make everyone laugh. Steve was an incredibly caring and generous person, always putting others before himself. He had a heart of gold and treated everyone with kindness and respect. As a friend, Steve was loyal and dependable. He had a wide circle of friends who adored him and valued his friendship. He was always there to lend an ear or offer a helping hand. His generosity knew no bounds and he always went the extra mile to make his friends feel special. Steve Floding was a shining example of what it means to be a kind, caring, and compassionate human being. His legacy will live on in those whose lives he touched and he will be deeply missed by all who had the privilege of knowing him.


Steve may be gone but he will never be forgotten. He is loved and missed by all of his family, friends, and the community he grew up in.