I had the privilege of calling Steve my friend for 30 plus years. I was his assistant at Merrill Lynch in Midland, TX in the mid 80's. He was a true example of a follower of Christ with many God given gifts and talents. He was a man of deep faith and a friend, counselor and mentor to many. My condolonces to all of his family, co-workers and many on whom he left a lasting impression. Steve, you are in HIS presence, Praise His name!
Lori, I just found out about the passing of your husband. Doug and I are so sorry for your loss. May The Lord bless you and give you comfort at this sad time.
Sherri and Doug Morgan (Atlanta, GA)
We all have friends. Some of us are blessed to have a few special friends. Steve was a very special friend to me. I have know him since approximately 1960. At that time, we lived in the same neighborhood. I remember times with his mom and dad, brother, Larry and sister, Joan. He was a brilliant man, and he was a kind and gentle man. He would be there if you needed him. I will miss my friend.
Steve Soecht was a very good man and a gracious & loving father to our son, Ryan. He was an example of great Christian morals & character for Ryan to look up to. I know there will be an empty hole for his family & friends. Our only comfort is that he is in Heaven & there is no more suffering. God Bless you all.
Steve will be greatly missed. A wonderful man. I had the honor of working with him at Merrill Lynch in the late 90's with my first management assignment
Steve will be surely missed, especially at Christ Church.
Bsrb and Gordon McIntosh, Fort Myers, FL
My condolences to Steve's family. We were great friends through high school and college. I remember Steve as a good friend, one who would do anything to help you if needed. We spent a lot of time together when we were younger. I remember his brother Larry, sister Joan and this parents with fondness. I will be thinking of you.