Anchorage resident Steven Craig House died Saturday, April 3, 2004, at Providence Hospital in Anchorage. He was 51.
Visitation will be at noon Saturday, April 10, at Abbott Loop Community Church in Anchorage. Funeral services will follow at 1 p.m., with Pastor Rick Benjamin officiating. Larry Hubble, Rich Satterfield, Rob Hough and Tim Townsend will serve as pall bearers. Charles Sterling, Scott House and Walt Arden will be honorary pall bearers.
Mr. House was born Feb. 21, 1953, in Ainsworth, Neb., to Sharon Loosli and Harold House. He moved with his family to a homestead in North Kenai and attended Kenai Central High School. He later became self-employed owning Alarm Alaska based out of Anchorage.
Mr. House enjoyed bowling and was named National Doubles Bowling Champion. He also enjoyed spending time with family and friends, playing trumpet, practicing photography, hunting, fishing, rollerblading, snowboarding and playing chess. He was a member of the Abbott Loop Community Church.
"He was a man full of failth in the Lord Jesus Christ," his family said. "He had an acute sense of humor, often entertaining his family and friends with an endless supply of puns."
Mr. House is survived by his sons, Peter and David House of Anchorage; daughter, Caroline House-Anderson of Germany; granddaughter, Emily Anderson of Germany; mother, Sharon Loosli of Kenai; father and stepmother, Harold and Muriel House of Anchorage; grandmother, Faith Fernau of Nebraska; brothers, Scott House, Jon House and Charles Sterling; and sisters, Charlene Sterling, Sheryl Martin and Linda Arden.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be sent to a charity of choice in Mr. House's memory.
Arrangements were made by Kehl's Forest Lawn Mortuary in Anchorage.
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