woughton-stevenSteven Wayne Wroughton, the son of Richard and Lorraine (Kelley) Wroughton was born on May 19, 1957 in Superior NE. He was called home by his Lord and savior on November 9, 2016 at the age of 59 years. Steve graduated from Nelson High School in 1975. He served our country in the U.S. Army from 1975 to 1978 and was stationed in Germany.

Steve returned to Nebraska and discovered that he had a special knack for computers and worked in information technology. Steve’s faith was a central part of his life. As a faithful servant of Jesus Christ, Steve was an active member of Calvary Community Church and involved in the music ministry, playing guitar at Calvary and the Lincoln Berean Church. He married Becky McNitt on March 17, 1989. Steve loved camping, concerts, spending time with friends and family events.

Steve is survived by his wife Becky, sons Brandon of Hebron KY, and Austin of Lincoln NE, parents Richard and Lorraine Wroughton of Superior NE, grandchildren Owen and Quinn Wroughton of Hebron KY, brother David Wroughton of Superior NE and brother-in-law Martin Rowland and his wife Sandy of Milford NE, as well as numerous nieces, nephews, in-laws, other relatives, and a host of friends. He was preceded in death by his sister, Janet Rowland, and his grandparents.

Memorial services will be held at 11:00 A.M., Tuesday November 15, 2016 at Calvary Community Church, 4400 First Street, Lincoln, NE.  Family will greet friends one hour prior to service time.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Lincoln food bank.

11 Responses to Steven Wayne Wroughton

  1. Karen Harwell says:

    I am so sorry for your family’s loss. I have heard a lot about Steve from my dear friend, Marlyn. God grant you peace and comfort.

  2. Terri Kessner says:

    We were so blessed to get to know Steve, and have him in our CR Band. We will miss him, but know he is with Jesus in a far better place than we can even imagine.

  3. Barbara (Clabaugh) Pugh says:

    Dear Dick, Lorraine & David,
    I am so very saddened to learn of the loss of Steve. Though he was younger than I, he was one of my favorite cousins to play with. May God Bless you all during this very difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you for strength and comfort.
    Love,
    Barbara (Clabaugh) Pugh

  4. Suzanne Mosier says:

    I remember Steve, and I am sorry for your family’s loss. My memory of him is of a young man, polite and gentle; and, obviously, from the above picture, which is a beautiful remembrance, he was full of energy, light and joy. I’m sorry he’s gone; and you, Dick and Lorraine, and your family, are in my thoughts and prayers.

  5. Karen Johnson says:

    Becky I to am sorry for your loss of Steve. I heard the sad news from Barber Bob who expressd this to me. I’m sending you and your family deepest sympathy from the bottom of my heart. I heard the news to late in order for me to get to be there for the funeral. Please accept my condolences to you all. Thanks for All your friendship we had and hope it can continue to grow. Thanks for being my boss you taught me so much about my faith, I thank you for it.

  6. Kayla Schaf says:

    Becky-
    Thinking of you and your family. You have been so incredibly strong over the last couple years. May God wrap his loving arms around you and your family!

  7. Julie Troelstrup says:

    I am so sorry to hear about Steve’s passing. Please find comfort in the thoughts, prayers and support of family and friends.

  8. Steve & Karen Wieser says:

    Becky & family,

    Our thoughts are with you as we learn of your families loss. We wish to extend our sympathy to you and your family. May your fondest memories of Steve give you peace and comfort.
    Steve & Karen Wieser

  9. Dianne Adkisson says:

    Becky & Family,
    My prayers for you & your family. I know you will find strength in The Lord. May his peace be in your hearts as you mourn Steve’s loss.

  10. Shirley A. Dove says:

    Reading the funeral notices in the Lincoln Journal came across Steve Wroughton’s funeral notice and although I didn’t know him I know his brother Dave at Superior and wish to express my hearthfelt sympathy, love and prayers to him and the family…pretty much a shock since Dave was pretty sick just recently himself… may Steve rest in peace…Shirley Dove Webber, Kansas

  11. Craig Reynolds says:

    We are so sorry to hear of Steve’s passing. and glad we did get to meet him when you came to Colorado. It seems that words are often inadequate to express how one feels. May it help you to know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

    Love, Craig, Ronda and Aunt Lucy.

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