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Steven P. Yochum

  • On June 17, 2019

Steven P. Yochum age 58 of Bethel Park, formerly of Upper St. Clair passed away on Sunday, June 16, 2019.

Son of the late Phil and Carol Yochum; brother of John (Lori) Yochum and twin sister Bev (Bill) Mutchler; uncle of Craig and Brett Yochum; and nephew of Susie (Fred) Zerick and Roberta Ludwig.

Steve was proud career in the Aviation field.  He attended the Pittsburgh Institue of Aeronatics and was a subcontractor. He was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed camping and hunting.  He has lived all around the country and met many friends along the way.  He will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved him.

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Brian & Lorri Collett
  • Jun 18 2019
Bev and Family, We are so sorry to hear of the loss of your brother. May your memories help you all through this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
  • Jun 18 2019
Truly saddened by the loss of such a wonderful person. His humor and laughter made him fun to be around. I can’t imagine the heartbreak you are feeling, Bev. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.
Donna Krukowski
  • Jun 18 2019
I am deeply saddened to hear of the loss of my cousin Steve. My prayers are with his brother and sister, John and Bev, May their memories of Steve help them through this difficult time .
  • Jun 18 2019
Bev so sorry fo
  • Jun 19 2019
Bev, I will miss Steve. I wish we had stayed in touch. It touches me to see how loved he was by you. Know that I am sending love and prayers to you and yours. Dave P Simpson
David Herron
  • Jun 20 2019
Bev - I am SO sorry for your loss. It's a loss for so many of us as well. Steve was a great guy to hang with and pal around with. Steve, Jeff Colavo, Kenny Plunkett, Wes Leopold and I would bum around in the woods for hours either building tree shacks, smoking cigarettes or playing 'Capture the Flag'. You were probably in on several of the games as well. A little backstory here that you may not have heard before or recall... One Saturday afternoon, Steve, Jeff, Kenny, (maybe someone else) and I all went back into the old apple orchard way back in the woods, each with our own pick of cigarette packs that we got from the cigarette machine down at Al's Mobile station (next to King's). We sat in the trees just puffing away and eating apples. The idea was, eating apples while smoking would kill the cigarette breath. Well, after chain smoking most of the pack and eating too many apples, we all went home not feeling too well. By the time I got through the kitchen door at my house, my mom had gotten a call from Mrs. Plunkett saying that Kenny was ill and throwing up and he had squealed on us! (Ruh-ROH!) Not sure if Steve got busted or not, but I was grounded for a little while. Anyway, it's one of those great memories of Steve that I enjoy. Also, those summer nights that a few of us slept out on your back porch were great too. Steve was SO fun to be with and his infectious laugh and personality were magnetic. My thoughts are with you during this time. We are all the better for having grown up with and/or having known Steve. Hugs to you.
Dean Tomich
  • Jun 20 2019
John and Beverly, Knowing your family all these years and how good you all are, I am so sorry his life was cut short. My prayers and thoughts are with you. He now has reunited with your mom and dad.
JR Simpson
  • Jun 20 2019
BEV AND JOHN I so sorry to hear of your loss. Preston and Steve where best buddies for many years. My prayers are with you both. God Bless Johnny Simpson PS The hill won't be the same