To Scott and family,
Shocked and saddened by this news, such a loss to family and friends. We worked together at Martin Marietta in the early 80s. Steve was one of my favorites. May you all find peace and healing. Gail B. McCarthy
Although I didn't know Steve personally, I wanted to offer my condolences to you for your loss. I just connected with Scott on FB as we discussed his book and memorial projects, and I shared with him that my father was an engineer who worked on the first generation of space rockets: the Apollo/Saturn projects. He started as a radar man in the Air Force and transferred to Boeing in New Orleans and then Cape Kennedy in Florida for the launches. He worked in the space program from the early 1960's until the rockets were discontinued in 1970. As a former space program family member, I appreciate Steve's contributions possibly more than the average citizen and want you to know that there is an entire network of families like ours who appreciate Steve's contributions to our country. I pray for you to find comfort and peace in the difficult days ahead and pray also for strength to all of you.
My years in Huntsville were enhanced by knowing Steve, his friendship and dedication to family, job, and co-workers. I was fortunate to spend a couple days in April for a quality visit with Gabby and Steve. I will miss Steve and pray for Gabby and family.
Dear Gaby, Ashley, & Jordan,
I am so sorry for your loss. You are all in my prayers. I had just seen Jordan two weeks ago and found out that Steve was sick. Gaby, I know that you two were soul mates. Know that you are all in my thoughts and prayers,
In the short months I was blessed to know Steve, he had already become a friend and mentor to me, and was the first person to heartily welcome me into the workplace and into the Huntsville area, when I was new and far from home. I will never forget that, or him. May God Bless your family, and my prayers will always be with you.
Though I did not know Steve personally, I am sure he was well loved by Debbie, her mother and rest of family. My heartfelt prayers go out to you all. No words can speak the depth of your grief and loss. I hope you find solace in each other and your shared memories.
Scott and family - I ma so sorry for your loss.
steve was my best friend growing up in montpelier. we did everything together, including getting in trouble. you will be missed more that you will ever know. i love you man!
I am saddened about the loss of Steve. I enjoyed knowing Steve and working with Steve at Boeing. He was very knowledgeable, professional, friendly and helpful with such a great attitude. I routinely bumped into Steve at coin shows across the southeast. He was always eager to share his knowledge of numismatics. Rest in peace.
I have your messages and e-mails...but it'll never be the same as having you there. Steve, I hope you're kicked back in a field of purple asters, with a bottle of Gentleman Jack, catching the view from the dark side of the moon. Love always,
I worked with Steve when I was at Boeing. He was such a nice guy and always had a smile on his face. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
You will be greatly missed by all the people who loved and cared for you Steve. You have touched so many people in a special way. You have been my best friend for the past 13 years and I will miss that friendship greatly. May you rest in peace. Prayers sent to your family.
I was a classmate of Steve's. He was always smiling & friendly to everyone. I wish I would of known Steve as a man. It sounds like he had a wonderful life & was a loving husband & father. My condolences to his family.
Our church will lift your entire family in prayer. God bless you all.
Steve was one of the good guys. I worked with him at Boeing, he'll be missed.
I am so sadden... and its so hard to find the words I feel in my heart. our friendship became in 8th grade and it makes me smile that when we eneterd high school you had a crush on me. I didn't want to mess up a great friendship so we continued friends. I was blessed to get back in contact with you and was thrilled to hear of your accomplishments and the true love you had for Gabby and how proud you were of your girls. sleep well my friend
Steve was a very fine fellow. My prayers go to Steve and his family.