We will remember Steve forever!

Steve Allen Angstadt passed away at home on September 20, 2018 in Hoover, AL. Born in Oley, PA on December 26, 1955 to the late Mabel Pearl and Daniel Angstadt, he was the youngest of six children. A graduate of Oley Valley High School and alumnus of East Stroudsburg University, Steve was a self-employed handy man and a bus driver for Hoover City Schools. He married his college sweetheart, Connie, in Clarks Summit, PA and they enjoyed drinking coffee together for 39 years. Having grown up on a farm, Steve had a deep appreciation for nature and all God’s animals (except for garden pests). Steve enjoyed playing pool and participated in a league; he appreciated the skill of the game, but he enjoyed the conversation and friendships more. He could fix just about anything and he built beautiful things. He was a devoted gardener and grew the most amazing tomatoes. He found great joy in sharing his harvest.  Steve liked to help people. He loved his family and always treated his friends and his loved ones’ friends like they were family, too. Steve is survived by his wife, Connie Judge Angstadt; his children, Kaitlyn Brown (Keith), Bridget Mitchell (Cole) and Frank Angstadt; his grandson Frank Brown; his brothers, Charlie Angstadt (Carol) and Levi Angstadt (Doris) and his sister-in-laws Judy Morrisseau and Joyce Angstadt and a community of friends and neighbors whom he also loved. He is predeceased by his brothers Peter Angstadt, Robert Angstadt (Nancy) and Roy Angstadt.

A funeral Mass will be held at Prince of Peace Catholic Church, 4600 Preserve Parkway, Hoover, AL on Monday, September, 24 starting with a visitation at 4 pm and a Mass following at 5 pm. Donations may be made in Steve’s name to the Birmingham Humane Society.

Posted by Otto Ritter on 23rd September 2018
I met Steve in September of 1973 on the third floor of Monroe Hall at East Stroudsburg State College. He certainly was a fun loving, larger than life personality. He always had a smile and always was a friend. I was lucky enough to work on his parent’s farm with him one summer. I really got to understand what hard work was that summer. Steve had a tremendous work ethic. As we grew older and more responsible our opportunities to see each other became more infrequent. We cherished each opportunity to see Steve and his family. Our conversations were occasionally about the past but we normally spoke about our wives and children and most recently about our grandchildren. He is a once in a lifetime blessing for anybody that knew him. This world is a lesser place without him. My deepest condolences to Connie, Bridget, Kaitlyn, Frank and their families at this time of loss. Words are no relief at times like this. I know that his memory will bring unending smiles to your faces and stories to share about him.

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