Gregg Steber |

Gregg Steber

Gregg Anthony Steber, M.D. died on November 3, 2013 after a four year struggle with Lewy Body Dementia. He was 73.

The Vigil service and shared memories will be at St. Patrick’s Church on Thursday, November 14 at 7:00 p.m. A mass will be celebrated on Friday, November 15 at 1:00 p.m. at St. Patrick’s Church, a reception to follow.

Gregg was born in St. Paul, Minnesota on February 25, 1940. His parents, Arnold Steber and Maxine Boyle Steber and

Gregg moved to Woodside in 1946. He attended Ballarmine College Prep and graduated from University of Santa Clara in 1962. In August, Gregg and Michaela Conley were married in El Cerrito, California and moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin where Gregg attended Marquette Medical School. He graduated in 1966 and spent two years at Ellington Air Force Base in

Houston, Texas as a flight surgeon. In 1969, the family settled in Nevada City, California.

Dr. Gregg was a family physician for 41 years. He also spent ten years as a visiting doctor at the jails in Nevada, Placer

and El Dorado Counties. Gregg taught CCD classes to high school students attending St. Patrick’s Church for fourteen years. He was active in Big

Brothers and Big Sisters and mentored a young man through

junior high and high school.

Gregg had a love for the outdoors, whether skiing on fresh powder, operating his John Deere tractor on his ranch or splitting wood for winter warmth. He attended all his children’s sporting

events and never missed an opportunity to spend time with his


Gregg’s survivors include his wife, Michaela; son, Brian; daughters, Lisette, Danielle, Molly and her husband, Michael Neves; his grandchildren, Claire, Amanda and Gregg Neves, Jacob and Lukas Locker, Briana and Justin Bellamy and cousins, Sandi Murray and Kenneth Colson.

God Bless You Dad, Grandpa and Friend.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Hospitality House, Big Brothers and Big Sisters of

Nevada County, or Helping Hands of Penn Valley.

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