His smile, infectious. His determination, contagious. His love, unconditional.
These are just a few of the things that come to mind when you think of Nikko Steenhuisen, the Mission City Outlaws Trainer who passed away suddenly on May 14th.
Nikko was a HUGE part of the Outlaws/Ice Breakers and Abbotsford Pilots for the past 10 years where he spent countless hours ensuring that the players were healthy enough to play the game. This would include numerous patch ups for the guys who were “Leaking”. Fixing broken body parts, fixing equipment and the list goes on and on.
Nikko had a big heart and wanted nothing but success for his boys and when Mission City won the PJHL Championship this past season the happiest and most emotional member of the team was Nikko.
The one thing that Nikko loved just as much as hockey was the love for his 4 girls, as he would call them. He worked very hard as a boiler maker with the Boilermakers Local 359 to provide for Megan, Maddy, Michaela and Shelby.
A trust fund has been set up by the Outlaws to help in the immediate and future expenses that Megan and the girls will endure and you can currently make a donation via eTransfer through your bank account by sending it to firstname.lastname@example.org and please use the security question: Nikko’s team? and the answer is: outlaws. Make sure you like and share the Facebook page setup for 4 Nikko’s Girls by visiting this link: 4 Nikko’s Girls. The Steenhuisen family and the Mission City Outlaws are overwhelmed by the outpouring of support and we thank you for all your generosity.
Forever an Outlaw. One Team. One Goal. One Mission.