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Stephen G. Jaso

April 13, 2018

Stephen “Steve” Jaso, 50, passed away at his home in Wichita, Kansas on

April 14, 2018.


Steve was born on January 30, 1968 to John Jaso and Teresa (Leal) Jaso in Newton, Kansas.


Steve was a supervisor and CNC Machinist for Nance Manufacturing in Wichita. Steve took great pride in being a supervisor and a skilled machinist.

Steve was an avid Pittsburgh Steelers fan.  He was known as “Steeler Steve” and his home was filled with many items representing the Steelers. Steve LOVED and breathed football. Steve was also a fan of the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Pittsburgh Pirates.   Steve also loved his dogs.

Steve was known for his contagious smile and his whole hearted laugh. He was outgoing and never met a stranger.
Steve found the love of his life in Rhonda. Together they enjoyed hanging out at the bar, playing pool, and one great passion they had together was going to Colorado. One of his favorite place was the Garden of the Gods. He thought this was one of the most beautiful places and this was the place that him and Rhonda were married. His favorite mountain was Pikes Peak. He found much peace when he was there.  He dreamed of one day of moving to Colorado.
Steve had a great love for all his family. There was nothing he would not do for them.

 He is survived by his wife: Rhonda Jean (Spradlin) Jaso; parents: John Jaso and Teresa Ann Leal; children: Brittany Rodriquez, Lucretia Little, Alicia Brandt, Travis Wulf and Shayna Unisinn; siblings: Stephanie Morford ,Nicholas Jaso, Elizabeth Jaso,; and his grandchildren  Caleb, Gracie, Charlee and Brody, many uncles and aunts and numerous cousins and friends.


A public visitation and service will be held from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m., Friday, April 20th, at the Salem United Methodist Church Family Life Center in Newton. The service will be held at 6:30 p.m.at the same location. The family will be gathering at the Eagles Club following the service. Petersenfamilyfuneralhome.com.

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6 thoughts on “Stephen G. Jaso

  1. My heart goes out to all of the family. Steve was an amazing man. You will deeply missed cuz!

  2. Cuz my heart breaks that I will never see that great smile and enjoy our visits as we caught up on each life’s. I will think of you often

  3. There are no words to write or say that will ease the pain of losing such a wonderful person. May God take your pain away, hold on to the memories. He will be with Aunt Jenny forever.

  4. Steve was such a great person. So sorry for your loss Rhonda, he will be missed. Thoughts and prayers to you and the family.

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