Steven Edward Dill
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Steven Edward Dill

Westfield - Steve was born to Susan Rothbard Dill. He died peacefully with his sister and mother at his side at the age of 57. Steve attended North Central High School and Purdue University. Steve was employed with Centerplate as a catering manager. He had a remarkable work ethic and loved interacting with people. Every Christmas Eve he was the bartender at Café Santa Fe for "Christmas Eve with Steve" where he shared drinks, laughter and his incredibly quick wit with people from near and far. Most of all he loved his family and friends. Steve was a true people person. His daughter Hannah was his ultimate joy. He was a dedicated and loving father. His loyalty was boundless to his numerous friends, many of whom he had known since grade school. He was always there for his mother and sister with a smile, hug or whatever was needed. He is survived by his mother, Susan Dill, his sister, Karen Dill Siegel, his daughter Hannah Dill and his nieces, Katelyn and Morgan Siegel and his nephew Blake Siegel. Graveside services to be held at IHC North Cemetery on Sunday. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Goldman Union Camp Scholarship Fund, 9349 Moore Rd., Zionsville, Indiana 46077.






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Published in The Indianapolis Star from Oct. 16 to Oct. 18, 2020.
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October 19, 2020
Steve, from the Roof to the Murat to The Lawn we did literally thousands of shows together, back to the 80s. Always a smile and a laugh, and your ability to throw together a split second bash backstage or in VIP was second to none. You will be greatly missed. Cheers friend
chris dickey
Friend
October 19, 2020
Susan and family...so sorry to hear this news. We will be thinking of you.
The Fosters
Linda Foster
Friend
October 19, 2020
It was a pleasure to work with him for long time and know him, he was an amazing person.
Luis Coronel
Coworker
October 18, 2020
Such a good man, and great boss.....his face would light up when he would talk about Hannah!! A kind and gentle soul gone too soon
Cori Rustik
Coworker
October 18, 2020
Steve,

I am deeply saddened by the news of your death. I can still see your great smile when I would come to work at the NCAA, or seeing you at the Lawn. I loved hearing you talk about Hannah and what a bright light she was in your world. And we always caught up on the latest in music. You were always a bright light in my day. Such a good, good man. You will be missed, my friend, and may you rest in peace. And for healing for all who loved you.,
Kevin Lennon
Friend
October 18, 2020
Steve was such a good man and boss to work for and alongside of. I will miss Steve and I am so thankful that I had the great pleasure of knowing him.
Melissa Dafoe
Friend
October 17, 2020
Though our paths crossed fewer over the years, they did cross at unexpected times and in meaningful ways. It seemed as no time had passed as we had aged while our foundation and memories in youth, laughter, and fun never changed even after aging and having children ourselves. I know, it's only 'so long' for now, until we meet again my friend. Love always buddy.
Denise Lane
Friend
October 17, 2020
What is there to say..... we all love and will miss your smile. You are such a great friend to us.
Deanna Hrycak
Coworker
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