Steven Bruce Bennett\n\nFebruary 14th, 1958 - December 8th, 2021\n\nSteven Bruce Bennett passed away peacefully in his home on December 8th due to complications from an accident with loving family by his side. Steve was born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa to Benjamin and Linda Bennett. Steve moved to Wickenburg as a young boy with his family and called it home until his early 20's. \n\nEarly on , Steve realized his knack and passion for mechanics and construction. Throughout his life he ventured in all areas of the trades following his passions, which led him to Quartzsite Az., where he resided for most of his adult life with his family, only recently returning to Wickenburg. \n\nSteve was preceded in death by his mother Linda Bennett, brother David Bennett, son Robert Bennett and grandson Jonathan Madewell. Steve is survived by his father Benjamin Bennett, brother Johnny Bennett, sister Robin Weber, Linda Bennett, Daughters Lori Bennett, Christina Mosco and Susan Cushman, son Johnny Bennett, son in laws Brandon Mosco and Kevin Cushman. Granddaughters, Haylee Perkinson, Katie Cushman, Alyssa Mosco, Aidynn Ponce, Scarlett Bennett, grandson Daniel Cushman, as well as nieces, nephews and other loved ones.\n\nSteve was a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend. He will be profoundly missed by all that knew him and crossed paths with him throughout his life. It brings peace to the family knowing he is reunited with his son and grandson. \n\nSteve lived his life to fullest, loved a good challenge and certainly left his mark on the world. He was a caring and generous man who strived to help the community in any way he could. He loved nothing more than his children and grandchildren, all of which will greatly miss him. \n\nThe family will honor Steve's life with a private gathering. Friends and Family may offer online condolences at www.wickenburgfuneralhome.com or PO Box 20223, Wickenburg Az. 85358. Nothing made Steve happier than smiles on children's faces, with that, the family asks that in leu of any gifts or flowers a donation be made in his name to Cops Who Care Incorporated, PO Box 20688, Wickenburg Az. 85358 or Quartzsite Fire Department, c/o Angel Tree Program, PO Box 1889, Quartzsite Az, 85346 to continue to brighten the lives of children.