Kerry Lynn Estepp

Kerry Lynn Estepp

11-09-1960 - 11-09-2021

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Kerry Lynn Estepp
November 9, 1960 – November 9, 2021

Kerry Lynn Estepp, age 61, passed away on Tuesday, November 9, 2021.

Kerry was born on November 9, 1960 in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Sherryn Miller Estepp (deceased) and James Albert Estepp.

Kerry resided in Mesa, Arizona where he married and had 3 beautiful children.

Kerry graduated from Devry Institute at the top of his class in Manufacturing in the semiconductor industries and utilized the skills he learned through school for the following 25 years in creating a substantial career.
He remarried in 2005 to the love of his life, Robin Estepp. They have loved each other fiercely for nearly 20 years and she stood by him until the end.
Kerry lived his life to the fullest in his younger years. He was dedicated Karate student in his 20’s and was an avid outdoorsman through most of his life. He loved fishing, camping and sand railing. He often visited the Imperial Sand Dunes near Yuma, Arizona. However his all-time favorite activity was in fact, fishing, specifically at the Black River Crossing located in the white mountains near Globe, AZ (location X). He caught the biggest fish of his life there and that is where he taught his children his love for the outdoors and fishing. He will forever be remembered for his stories and boisterous laugh.

He is survived by her father James Albert Estepp, his wife, Robin, twin sons, Nathaniel and Nickolas Estepp, devoted daughter, Natasha Connelly (Michael), grandchildren, Rosina Capri Connelly and Michael James Connelly, his twin brother Kevin Estepp, his brother, David Estepp, and sister, Dawna Estepp.

A Memorial Service will be held at:
The Church of Jesus of Latter Day Saints
220 E Cullumber Ave
Gilbert, AZ 85234
December 4, 2021 at 2:00 pm

Memorial Service

  • Date & Time: 12-04-2021 (2:00 PM)
  • Venue: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
  • Location: 220 E Cullumber Ave Gilbert, AZ 85234

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1 responses to Kerry Lynn Estepp

  1. Our deepest sympathies to the ones he left behind, his father, siblings, wife, children, extended family and friends. I am glad to have been a part of those happier days along the Black River and many other outings. I will always remember his quick smile, knife sharpening skills, best story teller and huge laughter. Rest In Peace Kerry.

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