Thank you all for your kind messages and rememering good days with Steve. I pray he knows all the love so many have for him. He was his own kind of man and one who will be hard to forget. Rico said to me the other night"I can feel Dad here", he will always be all around us. When I pass McDonalds I am reminded how much he loved a hot cup of coffee, or when I drive downtown how we enjoyed a nice long ride,or in the market when I see his favorite sweets. Life for us is lonely without Steve and your remembering helps to ease our pain.
So sorry for your loss, Steve was a wonderful, loving father and husband. I got to know Steve when I was growing up in Farmersville when they lived a couple of houses away from us. I remeber when he would come home in his semi when he worked with Turner Bros and his girls would run out to greet him. To Monice, Lori and Andrea, the Toscano family sends their deepest condelences and we are very saden on the loss of your dad he will be greatly missed.
Abby & Adam Toscano
Condolences and prayers to Steve Tayaba family.I met Steve back in the eighties and worked with him at Turner Brother Trucking. He was a nice guy and a good driver. We'll remember him always.
Ruben and Yolanda Patino
I didn't know him well, but I know that Steve was a very kind and compassionate man. When my Dad was ill and in his final days at my home, Steve took the time to bring my Uncle Charlie to visit his brother one last time. That kindness will always be remembered. Condolences to his loved ones.
Rest in peace, Steve.