Steven L. Meyette Jr. CLAREMONT — Steven L. Meyette Jr., 49, of Claremont, New Hampshire, died unexpectedly on Sunday, March 28, 2021. He was born in Claremont, New Hampshire, on Feb. 10, 1972, the son of Steven L. Meyette Sr. and Pamela A. (Glidden) Joslin and had been a lifetime area resident. Steven was a racing enthusiast and never missed a race at Claremont Speedway. He enjoyed trips to Hampton Beach, loved BMX racing, winning many trophies. He was a talented mechanic and had formerly been employed as a CNC programmer at Costa Machine Tool. “Stevie” will be remembered as a loving son, brother and father. He wore his heart on his sleeve and loved his family. Members of his family include his mother and stepfather, Pamela and Robert Joslin; seven children, Ethan Meyette, Desirea Porter and husband Chris, Taylor Meyette, Dawson Meyette, Jadon Hutchinson, Rebecca Meyette, Kaylee Meyette; two grandchildren, Kinsley Meyette, Gaige Kuhn; a sister, Melissa Hall and husband John; and a niece, Emilee. He was predeceased by his father, Steven L. Meyette Sr.; and a brother, Jeffrey Meyette. There will be no visiting hours or services at this time. Committal services will be held at a later date at the convenience of the family. You are invited to share a memory of Steven with the family or leave a message of condolence in the family guest book at www.royfuneralhome.com.
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