CARIBOU – Steven Allen Page, 60, died August 8, 2021 at his Caribou residence following a long period of declining health. He passed away peacefully doing what he loved while sitting on the back deck of his home on a beautiful sunny day. He was born in Caribou, December 15, 1960, a son of the late Sterlin and Joan (Nadeau) Page. Steve was a proud 1979 graduate of Caribou High School, and was employed as a fryer operator at McCain Foods in Easton for a number of years then later worked at BurrellesLuce in Presque Isle. Steve was a very hard worker his entire life and went above and beyond to provide for his family. He was an avid animal lover, loved the outdoors, fishing, hunting, playing basketball and softball, and rocking out to music, specifically his beloved band KISS. He began dating Debby Butler in 1982 when they were the tender ages of just 17 and 21, and they were later married on June 21,1986. They had 39 wonderful years of love, fun, laughter, trials, accomplishments and building a beautiful life and family together. Surviving in addition to his loving wife of Caribou are their two children who he adored and was so proud of, Aaron Page and wife Roni, and Shandi Page and fiance J.P. Puig, all of Fort Fairfield; one brother, Kelly Page of MA; one sister, Stacey Hall and husband Rich of PA; three granddaughters who he cherished and were the light of his life, Cheyenne Michaud, Brylee Gagnon, and Evelyn Page; nieces and nephews, Holly Gentry, Matt Huff, Chelsea Butler, and Daniel Horn; and extra special friends Dan Bagley of Presque Isle and the Pelletier brothers of Caribou. Friends may visit with the family at the Mockler Funeral Home in Caribou on Tuesday, August 17, 2021 from 11am until 1pm. A Celebration of Life service will be held at 1pm in the funeral home chapel. In honor of Steve’s love for the band KISS, his family requests guests wear a KISS or other band t-shirt or any other favorite casual outfit for the service.