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FC Daehler Mortuary Co
Tuesday December 21st, 2021
6:00pm - 7:00pm

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Steven Eichenlaub

Steven Eichenlaub, age 48, passed away on December 16, 2021 at his home in West Portsmouth. Steve was 1991 Portsmouth High School graduate. Steve was an avid gun enthusiast, loved the outdoors, enjoyed his motorcycles, four wheelers, boats. He loved spending time with his family.

Steven was born in Portsmouth, OH, to James Slusher and Lois "Marie" Sargent.

He was preceded in death by, grandparents: Warren Eichenlaub, Ova and Rurie Slusher.

He is survived by his parents, Lois "Marie" Sargent of West Portsmouth, and James (Mary) Slusher of Minford, one son and daughter-in-law, Steven and Marissa Eichenlaub, Jr. of Clarktown, one daughter, Brooklyn Clark of AL, one grandmother, Lois Eichenlaub of Mc Dermott, five sisters, Kristina (Kenneth) Adkins of Waverly, Cheryl Sargent of Lucasville, Tina (Jared) Pierce of Minford, Cora (Brent) Essman of Minford, Roxanne Slusher of Minford, four brothers: Daniel (Jennifer) Sargent of Mc Dermott, Justin Sargent of West Portsmouth, Todd Colley of Clarktown, Clint (Tiffany) Slusher of Minford, many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Visitation will be held Tuesday, December 21, 2021 from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM at

FC Daehler Mortuary, 915 Ninth Street, Portsmouth.

Services are immediately following at 6:00 PM. Pastor George Vastine officiating.

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Steve was my friend , we had our arguments but none the less my friend. We were roommates for about 6 months . We loved “ The Hobbit Battle of five army’s” we watched that movie probably 10 times together, played Xbox . And talked about our family’s. His son and I played Pee Wee football together , the first day I met Steve he had the team picture from when Stevie Jr and I played together and I was like “bro ,that’s me !” We got a good laugh out of that. I went away in June , and when I came home in the beginning of February I heard about him passing and I didn’t really believe it: still doesn’t seem real, RIP big bro, hopefully they have a motorcycle, and the big man will get your SUV fixed finally for you so you can take a joy ride . Love you Man.

Christian . May 3 2022 4:05 PM

STEVE was like a son to me, he called me" Uncle Don" he grew up with my kids and we all loved him dearly. He and I talked about and "Praised GOD" a lot. I Love you "STEVIE " . Until we meet again in Heaven YOUR uncle don.

Don Stiltner Dec 18 2021 9:47 AM