Stephen was born on November 17, 1989 and Passed Away May 11, 2014. We will love, remember and miss him forever.
Stephen Michael Diumenti was born November 17, 1989 in Houston, Texas. He was raised and loved unconditionally by his father, Brian Diumenti and mother, Leticia Eagle. Stephen is survived by his four brothers, Travis, Nick, Parker and Kevin; his three grandfathers, Jim Nicholas, Steve Diumenti and Exiquio Nunez Araiza; and his last living grandmother, Luz Maria Martinez. Sadly, Stephen's grandmothers, Anita Nicholas and Debbie Diumenti both also recently passed. Stephen was also dearly loved by many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and friends. He moved around in his early years from Houston to Napa Valley to North Dakota and then, finally, found a place to call home, in Las Vegas. He attended Sid Rogich Middle School and Palo Verde High School and graduated in 2008. In high school he was on the football and wrestling teams. After high school he moved to Orange County, CA and attended Saddleback Community College. He soon transferred to College of Southern Nevada, where he was working towards his degree in computer science. Being a young and bright individual, Stephen started his own company named Culinary Business Intelligence. He worked as the CEO, President, computer programmer, creative designer, software developer and much more. He developed concepts for many restaurants such as Prime Burger House and Indulge Show Kitchen Buffet. He came up with the names, designed the logo, menus and concepts. He developed a software program called menuCloud, an all-in-one solution for restaurants. Whenever Stephen worked with others, executing his projects, people were always blown away and commented on his talents and skills at such a young age. Stephen was passionate about many things in his young life which included: martial arts, music, snowboarding, wakeboarding, hiking, writing, and traveling. Stephen loved being outdoors and spent much of his time in Red Rock Canyon. Music seemed to speak to Stephen, which led to him to put his own band together. Alex and Brock became Stephen's "music brothers" and together they formed the band named After Thought. He was a wonderful guitar player and beautiful singer. Stephen also wrote poetry. He would write on anything he could get his hands on. From brown lunch bags to crumpled-up pieces of paper, he wrote all of his thoughts and ideas down. Stephen had a worldly perspective about life and humanity. His love and respect for all cultures filled his heart. He traveled to Hawaii, México, Spain, Italy, Germany and France. He was loved and adored by everyone he came in contact with. Stephen was devoted to his family and friends. He will be deeply missed by everyone who knew him. Stephen will never be forgotten, he will live on in our hearts forever.
Stephen had so many projects he was working on when he passed away. I have been slowly trying to learn and finish many of them. The first one I have been working on is Mahzuusa.com , We just launched the online ordering last week. The site is pretty cool. It has a Reservation System, Party Photo App. Birthday Club, Rewards Program and Email Marketing.