Stephen R. Rioux

Stephen R. Rioux

Stephen R. Rioux, 60, of Monmouth passed away Friday April 19, 2019 at Androscoggin Hospice House in Auburn with his loving family by his side.  He was born in Lewiston on October 3, 1958 , son of Roger and Emelda "Millie" Rioux of Auburn.

Steve graduated from Edward Little High School and went on to work many different jobs including driving truck for Bickford Transportation, owning and operating Rioux's Restaurant and eventually Center Ice Sports Bar in Sabattus.  

He loved to spend time hunting and fly fishing, which he did most at his favorite place in Kennebago.  But most of all he loved being with his two boys doing various activities such as playing pond hockey and card games.  Steve also liked being with his grandson, his pride and joy.  He was also known for telling many stories and jokes to his friends and loved ones.

He is survived by his son Nolan and wife Kayla along with their son Ryder and another son on the way; son Mack and fiancé Bria; Tammy Rioux, Nolan and Mack's Mom; brothers Rick and wife Janet, Paul and wife Pam and Don and wife Jackie; sisters Joanne and husband John D. and Terry and husband Don W.;  along with many nieces and nephews.

He is predeceased by both of his parents.  

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  • Trish Ouellette on

    Steve was truly one of the good ones! I have many memories of him from the Village Store. We were finally able to reunite about a year ago but again life just got in the way. I will miss him dearly. Rest in peace Steve ❤

  • Benjamin Richard on

    Steve was always incredibly kind and supportive. Growing up with Mack and Nolan I remember the many times he let us turn his basement into a skatepark on rainy days. My thoughts and prayers go out to off of his family and friends. Thank you Steve

  • Luke Pomerleau on

    After nearly 20yrs in the military Steve Rioux remains one of the greatest leaders I’ve ever worked for. His spirit lives on my in my work ethic and in my heart.

  • Ray & Mary Deschenes on

    Steve was kind hearted soul who will be missed by all who knew him. He is in a far better place now with his Mom & Dad. When it comes time for the Little League World Series we will be thinking of you.

  • Terry White on

    I am so happy that you are finally pain free my little brother. Give our love to mom and dad. We are missing you so very much. 🙏❤️😘

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