We are so sorry to hear of Steve's passing. He was one of the first friendly faces to great us many, many years ago as we joined St. Mike's parish. You and your family are in our thought and prayers, Keith and Ginny (Moran) Phillips and family
Kathy and I extend our prayers and most sincere condolences to you all. Steve touched so many during his life and was a special part of our marriage and family. May you receive comfort from your faith in Christ.
Elizabeth and family, I pray for you at this time of sorrow. I remember when you and Amy graduated from high school and we came to your open house. There I met your dad and I could see what a special family you had. My prayers are with you.
Dear Marianne & family, My "forever" memory of Steve goes back to seventh grade---a glimpse of a boy with cute freckles and an incredibly mischievious grin. I got to know that grin over the next six years---and whenever you saw it you knew it was going to be fun. That same grin was still there last summer at our 40th reunion---and we laughed as we parted---precious time. When my husband passed nine years ago I came across an Indian proverb..."he is not dead who lives in the hearts he left behind"...Steve will always be in may hearts...mine included. With my deepest sympathy...
Sharron Sater (McArtor) class of 69
Dear Marianne, Elizabeth, John, and Allison,
I feel for you at the loss of Steve. I can still remember my own Jackie's kind words on Marianne. You are strong and have three wonderful children and a grandchild who will give you much support. Steve was a very Christian man and I admired him very much.
Father Jim will provide you with much support.
All our best,
John, John-Paul, Marianne, and Mollie Felter