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December 15, 2017

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January 29, 2013
Rene, my son passed the sad news on to me, I'm the lady from Lowes that sold you all your lovely plants. Thinking of you and yours with fond memories.
January 29, 2013
My sincerest sympathies; Steve was selfless in his dedication and contributions to healthcare human resources. His influence will be greatly missed.
January 29, 2013
Dear Renee , Jalon, Greg & Paul,

We lost one of the truly great guys this week and my sympathies and prayers are with you all on your great and sudden loss. I had the privilege and pleasure of knowing Steve for over 15 years, firstly as a client partner, but most importantly, as a warm, wonderful and caring friend. Our relationship encapsulated the best of all worlds. He guided and mentored me tremendously throughout my career. We spent many hours discussing and addressing the important challenges and issues within the healthcare HR practice. And we certainly enjoyed each others company as great pals sharing camaraderie. Steve had a real zest for life and the rare ability to make someone feel like they were the most important person in the room. His sharp wit coupled with a keen and imaginative intellect created some of the most memorable moments of my life, and I can't tell you how many times I rolled on the floor in laughter after one of Steve's hilarious dissertations or observations around the human condition, events and circumstances. There's no doubt that if he did not become one of the leading lights in healthcare HR on a national basis that he would have earned a spot in the Vegas pantheon of great entertainers. He also brought that same flair and intellect to the HR profession, and both his grasp of the “big picture” and empathy and understanding for the “human” side of the business were primary catalysts for his innovative approach to his job and the strategic role of HR…hence he and his department winning the national “Stevie” Award for HR Excellence…the Lombardi Trophy of HR. In the end, everyone's world is a less happy, less exciting and much less interesting and stimulating place with Steve not in it…especially mine. :
Sean Broderick
January 29, 2013
with sincere sympathy, Yvonne Dorsey
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