I will miss our conversations and visits at the Northside Y. Rest in Peace.
I have many memories of Steve throughout my childhood and beyond, and there are two that stand out distinctly... When I visited my dad and stepmom a couple of years ago and decided very spontaneously to move back to OKC to be close to them, on my return flight to my home in AZ, I just happened to see Steve on my plane. We sat next to each other and he spent the entire two hours making a list of potential networking contacts so that I could find a job and move back home to OK. He was amazing to jump in and help me like that and I will never forget it. I also will never forget the times I sat next to him at Rotary and he made side jokes during the presentations till I was laughing to tears. I loved his sense of humor. Rotary will never be the same.
You, my dear brother, will be greatly missed by many, many people. You accomplished much in your life. Give Mom a hug for me.
Your little sister, Susan (Oklahoma City Chapter of the Garrett family)
Uncle Steve will be missed greatly by all who knew him. He was a charitable, kind, loving man, and he was an inspiration to all of our family near and far. I travel frequently and often would glance around whatever airport I was in, half-expecting to see Uncle Steve breezing through. My sincerest condolences to Aunt Linda, Braden, Lizanne, and Marion, along with your spouses and kids. -Love, Nedra and Ryan