In loving memory of

Kristi Lea Steib
April 25, 1968 - January 10, 2021

Kristi L. Steib, 52, of Fort Dodge passed away Sunday, January 10, 2021 at her home.
A private family service will be 11:00 AM Thursday, January 14, 2021 at Laufersweiler-Sievers Funeral Home with Rev. John Janke officiating. A visitation will be Thursday from 10:00 AM until the time of the service at the funeral home. Burial will follow at Memorial Park Cemetery. Face coverings are required and social distancing is encouraged.
Kristi is survived by her husband, Allen Steib of Fort Dodge; children, Nick (Amy) Hogan of Dayton, Zakary Steib of Des Moines, Abigayle Steib (Fabian Salazar) of Storm Lake, and Karsyn Steib of Barnum; grandchildren, Shayna, Halle, Owen, Kaden, Harpper, and Emarie; mother, Dora Larson of Fort Dodge; siblings, Rodd (Patty) Larson of Fort Dodge, Barbara (Brad) Larson of Mason City, Deb (Mark) Yepsen of Rosemount, MN, father-in-law, Dennis Steib and sister-in-law, Jaci Steib both of Fort Dodge.
She was preceded in death by her father, Donald Larson and mother-in-law, Carol Steib.

Kristi Lea Larson was born April 25, 1968 in Fort Dodge. She attended Northwest Webster schools and graduated from Northwest Webster High School in Barnum. She then attended Iowa Central Community College. On March 12, 1988 she was united in marriage to Allen Steib at Deer Creek Lutheran Church. The couple made their home in Fort Dodge, Clare area. She worked at Trinity Regional Medical Center as a medical transcriptionist for many years. She later worked from her home for various transcriptionist agencies. Kristi enjoyed taking care of others and was her father's full-time caretaker in his later years. She was an avid Kansas City Chiefs fan. She loved spending time with family and will be greatly missed.
Memorials may be left to family discretion.


Julie Cooney wrote on Jan 15, 2021:

"Was very surprised to hear this, worked with Kristi at TRMC; such great memories of that. Enjoyed her sense of humor and loving soul. Uplifting you all in prayers for comfort and peace. Thankful God crossed our paths. Rest easy my friend ??"

Judy Egli wrote on Jan 14, 2021:

"I will always remember her beautiful smile from Northwest Webster. Sending our sympathy to all her family. RIP Kristi ... Judy Egli"

Susan M. Olson wrote on Jan 13, 2021:

"So shocked to read this today. I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with Allen and family. R. I. P."

Barbie Noonan wrote on Jan 12, 2021:

"So sad and shocked to hear this. I worked with Kristi at Trinity on the night shift. She always made me laugh, so fun to work with and such a good person, her family was something she treasured dearly! Fly high girl, you will be missed! Heaven is lucky to have you! "

Jim Archie Peterson wrote on Jan 12, 2021:

"So sad and surprised to read of her passing in the paper. Always nice to meet while out shopping or some other place. Always smiling and pleasant. Our sincere and heartfelt sympathy to Al and all her loved ones."

Lyn Adson wrote on Jan 12, 2021:

"Kristi was one of my dearest friends in high school. It was as if no time had passed when we would see each other and catch up. Beautiful, funny, kind and loving... the memories we share will always be a guarded treasure in my heart. Prayers and Gods peace to you all. Love, Lyn Adson"

Janet McGill wrote on Jan 12, 2021:

"So sorry for your loss. That smile I will remember forever. Prayers of love and comfort during this time. Janet(Hurtt)McGill"

Jaci Steib wrote on Jan 11, 2021:

"Kristi, you?ve been a constant in my life for so long I just can?t believe you?re gone. I?ll always remember our long talks and making each other laugh till we had tears streaming down our faces. Thank you so much for loving my brother and giving me such beautiful children that I call my own! I love you, Sister!!"

Linda Lowinski wrote on Jan 11, 2021:

"I will miss you so very much Kristi my sis,. You always asked how I was doing. I love you sis. Give everyone up there hugs and kisses from me. Until we meet again sis. WYch over us down here. "