I was saddened to read recently that Joe Steffy had passed on from us in 2011, as I had regettably missed the news item on it at the time.
A good man and always a true gentleman was Joe, and I offer my belated condolences to his family and friends.
My connection to him is that I knew in years past that he was very close and supportive to Glenn Davis, especially during Glenn's final days, and that his kindness was deeply appreciated by the Davis family.
Joe was also very kind and personally gracious to me at the Glenn Davis funeral at West Point in March of 2005 and I have thought of him often since.
May Joe forever rest in eternal peace, and please say hello to Glenn for us.
Ed Grant, Norristown, Pa.
Mr. Steffy family so sorry to hear of a loved one passing ,but know that Gd is near to those who are broken at heart .My deepest condolence
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To the the family of Joe Steffy - May God give you peace and comfort through his word and the Lord Jesus Christ during this time of sorrow, I know that he will be missed by many.
Joe Steffy was one of the finest to ever play the game. The Black Knights of the Hudson were the greatest team of that era. More importantly, heartfelt thanks to this brave American for his service to our nation.
Joe was quite the guy, one of the best college football players of all time AND a national HERO serving his country.
God rest you soul , Joe
Sorry for your loss.You will find comfort in Gods word. He promise to swallow up death and to make earth a paradise where there will be no suffering.
Lynette & Daniel