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Memories of Steve
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I hope readers don't mind if I write this message to Steve, rather than as a memory. Steve, for more than 30 years, you have sprinkled joy and kindness in my life. Your are quite extraordinary. I will always remember you for your kind heart, your love, and your sense of humor. All my love, your
My wife Stephanie and I had the pleasure of meeting Steve and Gail back in the late 1980's. Our sons playing baseball brought us together as coaches. Our families were a mirror image both having a son and daughter of similar ages. We hit it off from the start. When baseball ended after that
I first met Steve well over 50 years ago. He and my future husband, Dayle and I were part of the “Colby Cruisers”. We were young and foolish and silly and had enormous fun together. We went on trips, went camping, went to the figure 8 races at the fairgrounds in Monroe. The guys painted an old c
I never had the pleasure of meeting Steve in person, but for the past 20 or so years I've had the pleasure of bantering back and forth with Steve on the phone whenever Tom or Deb were visiting me in Florida. I lived in Port Charlotte, Florida, close to Punta Gorda, where Steve lived for a short whil
I lived with Steve's family who became my second family in 1964 Mike was the best man at my wedding to Pauline in 1970. Steve and I used to go to dances at the Gull's Nest and at Lundeen's at Lake Steven's. We cruised Colby in my 1954 Ford and met Larry Dawson racing and losing to him in his 1957 Pl
I graduated with Steve from EHS Class of '65 and we were friends and fellow Colby Cruisers. What I will remember the most about him was his sense of humor! Even when he seemed serious there was always a funny line nearby. Very happy to have seen him and Gail at our last Class Reunion, very sad for h
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