- 49 years old
- Date of birth: Apr 1, 1964
- Date of passing: Feb 26, 2014
|Let the memory of stephen be with us forever|
"Uncle Steve- I was hoping to see you the next time I could get back to PA. Now we'll never have a chance to reconnect, and all I have is my childhood memories of you. But they are all good ones. Rest in peace."
"Uncle Steve, you were the coolest freaking uncle ever and it really sucks that I didn't get to spend more time with you. I wish I had taken you up on your offer to take me deer hunting with you. I wish for a lot of things, but most of all I just wish you were still with us. You left too soon and you'll be greatly missed by all the people who love you, and God knows there's a lot of them. I always admired your sense of humor and your upbeat attitude even in the face of all the drama going on in your life. You were a great dad to my cousins, a great brother to my mom, and a great uncle to me. I'll never forget all the little things, like how you could make my dad laugh so hard and how your insanely good homegrown tomatoes were what finally convinced me to start eating them at all. How you were one of the few people that could tease my mom without her getting angry. You made family gatherings fun, man. I still can't believe that you're gone. Rest in peace, Uncle Steve. I'll miss you."
"Steve You were a great man--very caring, funny and giving. You will be dearly missed by all the people you have touch in your life. Rest in peace and may GOD comfort your family during this difficult time. We will never forget our fishing experiences with you 'chum boy""
"I never had the pleasure of meeting Steve personally.. but I did get to know his first wife, Jody and their 3 outstanding children. It was always a pleasure to be around any and all of them and I know that much of what parts of these kids that I got to know was a direct reflection of the love care direction and patience he showed to them. This family is always there to help someone in their hour of need, I know he has taught them to give, to live, to love, to show compassion and to laugh. It is in deed sad that his grandson will never know the kind of human he was and will never get to know him as well as he should have, it is sad that his children won't be able to call upon their father when they need some fatherly advice, but I have no doubt he will as he has always done, be looking out over them. Steve, rest in heaven my dear man,, your job here on earth is done, you have left your mark on this earth, but always know you should be proud of the children you have raised, as they are proud to say you were their father, God Bless"
"Steve, thank you for always helping me with my car problems, taking me to amazing concerts, inviting me up to the cabin numerous times, putting up with Lucas and I, giving me advice when I needed it, and making me smile when I was down... I will never forget the days and nights I spent at the house watching football, teasing the cats, pigging out, trying to be as smart as the people we watched on jeopardy and wheel of fortune, and laughing about anything and everything. I will miss you terribly always. And I will think when great moments happen, "god I wish Steve was here..." You have one of the biggest and best family that I've ever seen, and I love all of them and you. We miss you so much."
"daddy i will always love and ill always be your little girl im going to teach caydyn all about gpop when he gets older"
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