Steve D. Jorgensen, 57 of Hinton, died Saturday, August 17, 2013 in Sioux City.
Memorial services will be held 11 am Wednesday, August 21, 2013 at New Life Lutheran Church, First and Baker St., Sergeant Bluff , Iowa with Bishop Rodger Prois officiating. Visitation with the family will be held Tuesday 6-8 pm at the church, with a Prayer Service at 7 pm. Arrangements are under the direction of Waterbury Funeral Services. Online condolences may be sent to www.waterburyfuneralserviceinc.com. Steve was born on February 26, 1956 in Sioux City. His parents were Orval and Doris (LeClair) Jorgensen. He was a 1974 graduate of Lawton/Bronson High School. On September 17, 2011, Steve was united in marriage to Cindy (Hicks) Jensen in Hinton. Due to illness they moved to Sioux City to live with his Mother and Father-in-law Patricia and Arvin Jacobsma, who lovingly helped take care of him!
For the past few years, Steve worked at Bomgaars Warehouse in Sioux City. Steve enjoyed his family and riding his motorcycle and golfing. He was a member of the New Life Lutheran Church. Steve was very proud of his 7 Years of sobriety and is Friends With Bill W.
Steve is survived by his wife Cindy; his son Christopher Jorgensen and his wife Mary of Gloucester, Virginia and his step-son, Cole Jensen and his fiancé Michelle Donner of Sioux City; his step-daughter Jessica and her husband Brian Green of Woodward, Oklahoma; 2 sisters, Suzanne and her husband Mark Schmitt of Sergeant Bluff and Jeanne Fritch of Omaha, Nebraska; 3 brothers, Phil Jorgensen and his wife Denise of Cedar Rapids, John Jorgensen and his wife Mary of Sioux City and Randy Jorgensen and his wife Mary of Sioux City; and his "brother from another mother", Ray Nelson and his wife Teresa of Sioux City; his grandchildren Emilee and Hailee Jorgensen, Brooklyn Gentry and BriAnne and Sophia Green; and several nieces and nephews and great grand nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents, his nephew Jesse Jorgensen and his sister-in-law, Karmen Jorgensen.
At Steve’s request, his body was cremated. In celebration of his life, he requested those who come to his service wear orange or other bright colors.