I met Steve in the 1980's in NYC. He was a great wit and wonderfully insightful guy. I'm damned glad I knew him.
To Jenny: My deepest condolences...Steve was a really nice man! About a year ago, I was working as a volunteer at the Ormond Beach library when I saw a guy who reminded me of Steve, or at least the way I thought Steve would look ... since the last time I saw him was many years ago. We had been friends in New York long ago, and I remember meeting you when you and Steve were first seeing each other. It was not until I saw the obit in the newspaper that I realized it probably had been him. I wish I had said Hello, instead of thinking "naaah...couldn't be...what would Steve be doing in OB." Steve was wonderful to me on my first job in the Big A. I learned so much, and have warm memories of those days. Again, my deepest condolences and best wishes to you.
Jenny, I'm terribly sorry to hear of Steve's passing. I think of you often and pray you will find comfort in knowing an old friend sends you love and sympathy and wishes you the very best.
I did not know Steve for a long, long time but some how I felt like we had been friends for years. He liked to laugh and so do I. Kidding around was our thing. I will miss Steve going through the news paper adds trying to find me a mate. I enjoyed your warmth and caring Steve.
I only had the pleasure of knowing Steve for less than two years. I realized upon our first meeting he had an interesting character and was not afraid to express his opinion. I was his physical trainer and looked forward to our time together. Steve was very consistent with our sessions and gave it his all in an effort to increase his strength and balance. I will remember him for his rare sense of humor, his open mind and giving me a new appreciation for ADVERBS! Love you Steve,,,,,you were far too interesting to be forgotten. Rest in PEACE.
Steve was always a wonderful and fun guy to be with. I had the pleasure of associating with him, both as DJs at WTJU, for several years until he moved away. I have always remembered him, and will still. RIP Steve.!
Mr. Blickstein was such a nice man. I had the pleasure of meeting him at Publix in the Pharmacy. He will be truly Missed. Thoughts and Prayers go out to the Family.. Ammie