Steven Tucker Daniels,

Steven Tucker Daniels,

Born in 1942 to Jane Bernice Tucker Daniels and Cecil Lamar Daniels. Steven was preceded in death by an infant brother and his brother, Philip Cooke Daniels, also preceding him in death was his life time love and business partner, Richard L. May. He is survived by one cousin, Judy Beals and her two sons, Mathew and John Beals and dear friend, Randy Levi Balance. Steve was a kind, loving, gentle man, who loved Taos and New Mexico. Owning several businesses, “Needlepoint of Taos” and “Starving Artist’s Gallery”, was his joy and a source of his endless generosity. Later in life for eight years he was the Pastor of Emanuel Church in Penasco, NM. He was beloved by his congregation and he in turn loved them and regarded them as family. His devotion and energy and sermons will be missed. Travel well you “Oklahoman”, we’ll miss you and we’ll see you down the trail. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to your favorite charity.  Arrangements by Rivera Family Funeral Home. To share a memory, please visit our website at

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