- 57 years old
- Date of birth: Oct 26, 1958
- Date of passing: Aug 21, 2016
|Let the memory of Steven be with us forever|
"Our hearts our heavy. Days don't seem the same. They have lost their brightness. I so miss sharing stories about our days. I hug the boys and tell them you love them too. Aaron's having a hard time, but we'll all get by because we know that's what you would want. The tears keep coming. We miss everything about you so so much!"
"We so missed you bright and early this morning. Bow season put and smile on your face and a gleam in your eye."
"Steve,I will always remember you as my father's best friend that was always there for him no matter what. You have been a huge part of some of my fondest childhood memories. You were my dad's hunting companion and we enjoyed many dinners, holiday's and family events together. I will always remember you and dad sitting at the pinic table in the backyard and your contagious laugh. You have brought some much joy and happiness to our family and for that I will be forever greatful. You are dearly missed and will never be forgotten. Love you and miss you, Amanda Bullard"
"Steven...We just want to say THANK YOU for choosing our family to be part of your life. We have over 30 years of blessings. As I sit here and look in the woods I know you would be out there today if you were here.
We LOVE you and miss you!"
"A beautiful blue butterfly landed on my left arm yesterday and I thought of you. We wish you could have stayed with us. We're all so very sorry and miss you like crazy! You meant so much to all of us!"
"What a wonderful tribute from those who loved him most. Love the idea. I left Illinois 29 years ago, so my memories of Steve are 30 years old but clear, none-the-less. Steve was always good to me, as Brother-In-Laws go. We spent several Christmases & other holidays together. There were picnics & other family outings...but the most memorable has to be when he helped us move to California"
"Been thinking about you ALOT today. Everytime I look at Violet I think of you, Steve.
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