Steve Casey Brown

Steve Casey Brown passed away June 12, 2019. Casey was born June 18, 1971 to Steven and Sheila Brown in Salt Lake City, Utah. Casey was a proud Granger High graduate and was lucky to have many close friendships from high school. Casey also earned a degree from Dixie State College and attended Westminster College in Salt Lake City as well as Saint Louis University.

Casey had a variety of interests and was talented in many trades. Most recently he was the owner of Better Professional Painting taking it over from his father. Casey was very dedicated to his employees and always worked hard to take care of his guys. Casey was an active member of the Southern Utah Home Builders Association and formed close relationships with many others in the industry.

Before moving back to Utah, Casey lived in Missouri where he was studying law, when he moved to Connecticut, he earned his real estate license and also started his own residential remodeling business.

Casey married in 1995 and had two children, Zoe Grace and William Tanner Brown. This marriage ended in 2009. Casey remarried and was the adoptive father to Madison and Cambria Ballingham. This marriage ended in 2018. Casey prided himself in being a good father and worked hard to teach his children work ethic and good manners. They remember his sense of humor and affectionate nick names he often used and will miss him very much.

Casey is Survived by his children, father Steve (Barb) Brown, his mother Sheila Brown, his sister Jennifer Mortensen and his grandmother Barbara Keele as well as many loving extended family and friends.

His children will host an open house to honor him Friday, July 5, 2019 at the Hela Seegmiller Historic Farm, 2592 South 3000 East, St. George, Utah from 7:00 to 9:00 pm.

Family and friends are invited to sign his online guestbook at



Second Visitation


7:00-9:00 pm


Hele Seegmiller Historic Farm
2592 S. 3000 E.
St. George, UT


Guest Book

7 Responses

  1. I’m so very sorry for your loss, losing those we love is the hardest thing we have to experience. May your hearts find comfort in beautiful memories and Jesus words “…the hour is coming where all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out….john 5:28, 29

  2. I am so sorry for your loss. May God comfort your mourning hearts. I pray that you find comfort from a scripture that tells of a beautiful hope for the future. Revelation 21:3-5 paints a picture of a world that is very different from what we see today. A world with no more sickness, pain, or death…and it is not a dream, it is a promise from God. He promises to reverse the effects of death and resurrect your precious Steve. You will never have to say a painful goodbye ever again!
    (1 Corinthians 15:26)

  3. Casey, you will be dearly missed you were always so kind and caring for everyone. Your spirit will live on threw your kids.
    I want to send me deepest condolences to my uncles Steven and aunt barb, Zoe and tanner. I love you all so much and I’m thinking of you. if you need anything please let me know.
    Love you guys so much
    Jake, Stefanie, Brayden and Hadley Richardson

  4. I am so sorry for your loss! I worked with him on many projects at Split Rock. When I saw him at The Summit working out he always made sure he said hello! We will miss you Casey. May you Rest In Peace.

  5. Casey’s memory will live on, Steve, with our family. We all have so many “Casey” stories that bring us laughter and happiness. He and Todd were quite the duo, and Casey was like another piece to our family. He’s generosity of spirit with my mom and dad will never be forgotten, nor will his tender love and care of them both in his visits and in his phone calls while my mom was sick. His visit to my mom shortly before her death was deeply touching to us all, and especially to my dad. I know she welcomed him with open arms and has hugged him over and over again; after all, she loved Casey like her own.

    Much peace and love to you all during this new journey.

  6. We are all so sorry for your loss!! Casey was such a kind person and was a good soul. We worked with him on every project that we did over the past 14 years. He was the BEST painter and an even better friend! His smile was contagious!! My most fond memories of him was watching him drag little Zoe along to the job sites and always having her as his little buddy. Our son, and Tanner were born only a few days apart, and it was so much fun seeing Casey getting so excited about it. He was a very loving and caring father! We will miss him dearly!!
    You are in our thoughts and prayers!! May Casey always be watching over you!

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