DONNIE C. STEEN, age 57 of the Mount Union Community in Allen County, Kentucky and formerly of Lafayette, Tennessee passed away on Saturday evening, September 11, 2010 at The Medical Center in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Funeral services for Mr. Donnie Steen were conducted on Tuesday, Sept 14, at 11 a.m. from the chapel of the Alexander Funeral Home with Elder Lonnie Meador officiating. Dylan Slayton, Caleb Jones, Brook Slayton, and Brittany Slayton served as Honorary Pallbearers. Bobby Sullivan, Donnie Lee Steen, Bobby Cox, Matt Walker, Nelson White, Perry Farley, Jimmy Dall, and Fudd Slayton, served as Active Pallbearers.  Interment followed in the Anderson Memorial Park.    

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He was born on February 05, 1953 in Macon County, Tennessee to Louella Andrews Steen and the late Elston Claudene Steen.  
He married the love of his life, Becky Lou Driver Steen on October 10, 1975, sharing what would have been thirty-five years together and raising two daughters, Becky survives. Besides his father; grandparents, Levey and Pauline Steen, and father-in-law, Robert Lewis Driver, also preceded him in death.
Donnie worked for Fleetwood as a service man for several years. Later he drove a school bus for the Macon County Board of Education, before becoming disabled.
As a young man, he enjoyed riding horses and was a member of the Macon County Saddle Club. He showed his horses in Lafayette, Gallatin, Portland, and Westmoreland. Tinkering on automobiles and trading on things were great past times for Donnie. On the weekends going out with friends and family to eat, was one of his favorite things to do. When at home he liked to get on the computer, especially on EBay to see what he could find. Donnie was a loving husband, father, grandfather, and son. His face lit up when he had his children and grandchildren around him. Donnie was saved and joined the Old Bottom Missionary Baptist Church, where he remained a member.  He will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him.
He is lovingly survived by: wife, Becky Steen of the Mt Union Community in Scottsville, KY, daughters, Bridget Jones and Companion Bobby Cox of Scottsville, KY, and Tracy Steen of the Mt. Union Community in Scottsville, KY, mother and step-father, Louella (James) Driver of Lafayette, TN, brother, Ronnie (Barbara) Steen, step-brother, Terry (Tinker) Driver, step-sisters, Barbara Ann Cross and Joann (Jimmy) Gregory all of Lafayette, TN, grandchildren, Brooklyn Slayton, Dylan Slayton, Brittany Slayton, and Caleb Jones all of Scottsville, KY, step-grandchildren, Tamara Cox and Chyanne Cox, mother-in-law, Betty (Slick) Moore, sisters-in-law, Rita Driver, and Wanetta (Jimmy) Dallas, special nephew, Donnie Lee (Vickye) Steen all of Lafayette, TN, niece, Melissa (Todd) McDonald of Gallatin, TN, great-nephews, Jordan Steen, Matt McDonald and Chris McDonald, also survive.