Steven E. Holbrook

November 21, 1956 ‒ September 20, 2020

Lexington, Ohio

LEXINGTON: “When life throws you a curve, lean into it.” Steven leaned into every curve especially while on his Harley.

Steven E. Holbrook passed peacefully into the arms of Jesus Sunday, September 20, 2020 and was blessed to be surrounded by his family in his home. He was 63.

He was born November 21, 1956, in Ashland, Kentucky to parents Eugene & Judy (Everman) Holbrook. He graduated from Lexington High School with the class of 1975.

Steven worked as a Carpenter with his family at Holbrook & Sons for over 25 years and was with FST Logistics for the last 10 years.

He loved riding his Harley. Any chance he had to go on a bike trip he would go. He just wanted to be on his Harley going anywhere. He enjoyed woodworking and manning the grill at family cookouts. He was a simple man and would give his last dollar to make someone else’s day. Above all he enjoyed spending any time he could with his family.

He is survived by his loving wife Donna Holbrook; children Angela (Michael) Shipman and David Wagner; step-children Crystal (Rick) Hess David Spillman; Chester (Yolonda) Stollings, Kristen Stollings and Sean (Heather) Stollings; grandchildren Tori Shipman, Morgan Shipman, Jayden Hess, Bryston Hess, Aaliyah Hess, Tristyn Hess and Alexiyah Hess, Scarlett Spillman, Lucas Stollings, Layni Stollings, Hayden Stollings, Anthony Stollings, Brianna Stollings, Ciara Stollings, Blake Ludwig and Patience Ludwig and their mother Tabatha Ludwig; brother Randy Holbrook and Rusty (Jo) Holbrook.

In addition to his parents, Steven was preceded in death by his brother David Holbrook.

Contributions to assist the family with a headstone may be sent to the funeral home (Please make checks out to Snyder Funeral Home).

His family will receive friends Saturday, September 26, 2020 from 10 am – 12 pm in the Lexington Avenue Snyder Funeral Home where a funeral service honoring his life will begin promptly at 12 pm. Pastor Terry Garrett will officiate. As Steven would have wanted, guests are encourage to wear jeans and casual attire to the services. Steven will go for his “last ride” to Mansfield Memorial Park in a Motorcycle Hearse following the service and invites anyone with a motorcycle to join the ride to the graveside.

Snyder Funeral Homes is honored to serve Steven’s family and encourage you to share a memory and watch his tribute video at SnyderFuneralHomes.com

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  • Steve was such a good guy, friends with everyone and he NEVER meet a stranger. Family was everything to him even when you wasn’t actually family he treated you as if you were. He will be truly missed by everyone that knew him. Thoughts and prayers for peace to all his family.

  • Steve and Donna took me in as family and after everything, still do. I want to send my love and support to the family, expecially Donna who must hear the burden of someone she love so dearly. To Steve, I’ll see you at the truck stop in the sky brother!

  • I was honored to meet this amazing husband and wife December 8th 2019 and right away they became very important to me they both showed me lots of luv and understanding I’m so glad to be apart of their family cause I couldn’t ask for better bosses and definitely family like them Papa Steve and Mama D always had a positive influence on me to do anything I wanted to do if I just kept pushing on like they did no matter what stood in their way they got through it I luv you both so very much and thanks again for never given up on me like I never gave up on you

  • R.I.P my brother , ** We will all ride together again one day **
    With love to all your family . From Florida Chad Bunfill

  • Thinking of you Donna and your family while you lean into the curve and receive Peace and Comfort during this difficult time! Hugs and prayers!

  • We grew up with the Holbrooks as neighbors but they were more like family. We always looked forward to Wednesday nights when Steve would take us roller skating. That’s the kind of person (or “big brother”) Steve was. Family and friends meant everything to him. Our hearts go out to you Donna and all of the Holbrook family. Rest In Peace Steve.
    The Rowlands

  • YOUR SPIRIT WILL ALWAYS BE WITH US. STEVEN WAS A GOOD FRIEND OF MY FATHER. KNOWN HIM FOR 25 YEARS. STEVEN WAS A HARDWORKING AND DEVOTED MAN. HE HAD THE BEST INTENTIONS FOR EVERYONE AND EVERYTHING. HE IS ALREADY MISSED. PRAYERS FOR FAMILY…