Steven Randall Young

Steven Randall Young, a 30-year-old Redlands resident who served as a park ranger in Yucaipa, died after a motorcycle accident near Forest Falls on Sept. 11.

He was born on July 17, 1991, at Loma Linda University Medical Center to John Randall Young of La Quinta and Gloria Licata Young of Redlands. He also died at the medical center following the accident.

His childhood was spent in San Bernardino and Highland riding bicycles, listening to rock music and spending time with Civitan Little League.

He competed in the CIF championship for swimming and still holds a record for the medley relay at San Gorgonio High School.

After high school, he moved to Redlands with his family and became a service manager for the largest marina in Lake Arrowhead. There he maintained boats for Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys and Sammy Hagar of Van Halen.

In 2017, his daughter, Coral Lorraine Young, was born and the next few years would be spent enjoying time with her and his stepson, Lucas Todd, at Disneyland and teaching them how to ride bicycles.

In 2019, he began work with the Public Works Department for the city of Yucaipa where he was later promoted to park ranger.

He is survived by parents; his fiancée, Dominique Marie Burrell of Redlands; daughter Coral Lorraine Young of Redlands; stepson, Lucas Alexander Todd of Redlands, his parents, John Randall Young of La Quinta, and Gloria Licata Young of Redlands; brother John Walter Young of Redlands; grandparents Terry Walter Young and Joan Young of Cherry Valley; and many aunts, uncles and cousins.

A memorial service was held on Oct. 18, at Cortner Chapel in Redlands.