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August 6, 2017
Steve and I attended Arrowview Junior High together in the 7th grade and became the best of friends. He was the tall, thin, red haired kid of the school. Between and before class we would engage in a game that we called "pretend fighting." Guess we fancied ourselves budding Hollywood stunt men. We'd throw punches and make smacking sounds to simulate the punch connecting. Seems kinda silly looking back but at the time we were sure everyone thought we were really hitting each other. Guess we watched too many old western movies.

Steve didn't attend Arrowview in the 8th or 9th grade and I missed him very much. I suppose his family had moved out of the school district.

I wondered at first if this was indeed the Steve Manley I went to Arrowview with. I'm sure it is and I look forward to once again throwing some of those "pretend punches" we threw so many many years ago.

May the peace of God be with you-that peace which "defies understanding".
November 17, 2014
I just discovered Steve's obituarary. I was fortunate enough to attend his beautiful memorial service.
Steve was my work partner in Trade St IT. He made challenging workdays fun, due to his humor and positive attitude.
I loved to hear his stories. I especially loved when he spoke of Susanne. His love for her was a beautiful thing to observe.
I miss you everyday buddy.
RIP.
March 11, 2014
I will miss you forever Uncle Steve!
January 29, 2014
I just discovered Steve's obituary while surfing the net; wondering whatever became of him. This is so sad for me as Steve was my very first boyfriend when I was in high school and he attended city college. My mother used to drive me to school; Steve would be there waiting for me in his tuck and rolled, 53 Chevy. We'd spend the whole day together goofing around until it was time to go home. I don't think my mother ever found out. We loved to dance together and spent many weekends driving to Harmony Park for the Surf Stomps, dancing to Dick Dale and the Deltones. We dated for about year, then I moved away to Riverside and it was history. But, I must say, he will always be in my thoughts as my very first. I'm so happy to know that he became a wonderful husband to you and a loving friend to all. RIP, Steve.
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