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Steven Ameling

April 26, 2019
Traer Star-Clipper

Steven "Steve" Gene Ameling, 58, of Traer, died unexpectedly on April 17, 2019. He was born on July 6, 1960, in Waterloo to Richard "Dick" and Adeline (Addie Grimm) Ameling. He married Tamara "Tammy" Schuldt on July 25, 1987, in Waterloo. They made their home in Traer in 1988. Steve grew up in Waterloo, attending St. Johns and graduating from Columbus High School in 1978. He began his career in 1978, at Rath Packing in Waterloo until it closed. In 1987, he began working for Tama Pack in Tama. He then transferred to Tyson Fresh Meats in Waterloo in 1999, retaining his seniority and giving him 31 years of employment with Tyson at the time of his death. Steve battled cancer heroically with the desire to return to work, which he did the day before he passed.

Steve is survived by his wife; brothers, Rick Ameling of Fort Atkinson and brother and best friends, Alan Ameling of Traer; sisters, Sharon Lange and Linda (Mark Johnson) Crisman of Waterloo, Norma Ameling of Brooklyn Park, MN, and Susan Ameling of Fort Atkinson; mother in law, Glendora Schuldt of West Des Moines; brothers in law, Bruce (Debbie) Schuldt of Oregon and Gary (Brenda) Schuldt of Urbandale; and many nieces, nephews, pets, aunts, uncles, great friends, and his Tyson family.

Steve was preceded in death by his parents, Dick and Addie Ameling; father in law, LaFoye Schuldt; brothers in law, Steve Schuldt, Ronnie Lange, Doug Crisman

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Steve has been cremated. His stated wish was "no public viewing, no service, and no sandwiches." Please direct memorials to Steve's family to be divided among his favorite charities.

Steve's loves included his family, pets, friends, neighbors, history, co-workers, fishing, and new friends. Remember him by being thoughtful to family, friends, and strangers. Be kind to kitties, pet your dog, and don't forget birds and squirrels -they are neighbors too. We are thankful for our time together, sorrowful for what may have been, and faithful one day our journey together will continue.

 
 

 

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