Steven's service will be livestreamed below starting at 7 PM Monday, November 22, 2021.
Steven James London, 55, Moorhead, MN formerly of Hempstead, NY passed away peacefully under the care of Hospice with his family by his side on Tuesday, November 16, 2021 at home. Steven was born on June 28, 1966 to Jim and Lorraine London. On February 22, 1992 he celebrated his love in marriage to Danita Leitch. The couple made their home in Florida for 10 years before relocating back to Minnesota. In Florida they developed lifelong friendships that lasted across the miles. He found his passion in printing and pursued this career for 32 years. Steven spent his life raising his family and enjoying his hobbies which included flying model airplanes, racing model cars, and a passion for muscle cars. He spent many hours flying his planes with friends from the Skylarks model airplane club and made sure they were well fed with Italian brats. You could find him fishing whether it was the cold temps in Minnesota or the warm heat in Florida. He spent many summer hours on his boat, enjoying fishing, sun, and laughter with family and friends with a gas gage that always read “it’s fine”. Steven is survived by his wife Danita; daughters, Tarah London, Brieanah (Breigh) Sahagian; four legged boy, Buddly; granddaughter, Piper Sahagian; brother Bruce (Della) London; sister, Karen (Rich) Moore; nephews Chris London, Matthew Moore, Jason Moore; Godparents, Joan (Lou) Majore. mother in law; Judy Leitch; sisters in law, Dana (Mike) Leitch and Danette Leitch. Those waiting for him in heaven include his parents Jim and Lorraine London; uncles, Gary London, Nick “Sonny” Caliendo; father in-law, Jack Leitch; sister in-law Danelle Leitch; brother in-law Dale Leitch; nephew Wade Stich and his first beloved dog Maggie.

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  1. Steve will be missed by all his friends in the Skylarks Model Airplane club of Fargo. He was a good friend to all .

  2. Dear Danita and family, my deep sympathies on the passing of Steve. Keeping you close to my heart and in my prayers. ❤️🙏🏼 Love, Pam Hedstrom

  3. Dear Danita, Tarah and family, sending my sincere sympathy at this difficult time. Wishing you strength and peace. Leann

  4. Danita,
    Thinking about you and your family during this difficult time. So many fun memories of spending time with you both.
    Take care, David & Lori Groff

  5. Danita and family,
    I’m so sorry we couldn’t be there. You are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. You are surrounded by friends and family who love and support you!! We love you!!
    Pam and Rob

  6. Beautiful video, Steven was a great guy and will be missed by all, thoughts and prayers with Danita, Tara, Bruce and the whole family

  7. To my amazing brother in law. All my love goes to you Tarah Brie and Danita. You fit so perfectly into our family.

  8. A very sad loss for all, I will miss hanging out with Steve at Skylarks field. He set the bar high for enthusiasm in the hobby.
    Deepest sympathies to the family.
    Rest In peace old friend.

  9. I enjoyed visiting with Steve when he would show up at the R/C flying field in Perham, PACC gymnasium winter flying weekends and most recently as a fellow co-worker at his last job. He will be greatly missed. My sympathy to all his family. May remembering the good times lift you from sorrow.

  10. I regret only now finding out of Steve’s passing. I worked with Steve at Corwin. When we had time to chat he liked talking about flying planes, fishing, cars, and his family. I knew he was battling his cancer, but assumed he was winning – as no news is good news.

    I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers of comfort are with you, Steve’s family and friends.

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