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July 23, 2018

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May 13, 2017
In most ways Steve was the best of us. If you knew him you knew that. He touched everyone he met, however briefly. He followed both his brothers as a paperboy for the Courier Journal - Louisville Times , loved baseball and spent his early career as an opening chef for a California restaurant group traveling from St Louis to Memphis to Charleston SC before settling in Louisville where our family had been since the early 1800s. Karen and I cherish our Folly Beach weeks with Steve and Beth every fall. Endless hours on his feet in his chosen profession as an Executive chef, early mornings and too many weekends took their toll on his physical body and so he left us far too early. No one was ready for this. I can still see his smiley eyes. And so his journey continues. Steve will be sorely missed.
April 20, 2017
Steve is my little brother.

Steve is a big guy with a big smile, big sense of humor and a big heart.

First off, he would want me to thank all of the kind friends who brought food to the house. He'd also be impressed by the tasty quiche, vegetable soup, and other dishes.

I always looked forward to the rude Christmas and birthday cards that Steve would send.

He was the class clown of the culinary arts. Point a camera and him and you might find him wearing a wedding veil or fruit Stuffed into his ears or -no kidding- wearing a lampshade at a Christmas party. If not that, then he might be hugging a niece, a kitty, coworker or Beth.

Steve and Beth were a couple meant to be. They paired like apple pie and ice cream. He was always there, not only for Beth, but for mom and cass.

Although I was 2000 miles away, he sometimes called to say "Hey brother, how you doing?" I'm going to
miss that.

Like everyone else, I can't believe he's gone. Who knew Heaven needed an executive chef?

His most lasting recipe is: Eat, drink, have fun and love one another.
Jebb Harris
April 18, 2017
I would most often see Steve at our Kroger store. He always had a warm greeting and friendly smile for me that made me feel good--so good that I will remember each one of those encounters at our neighborhood Kroghetto.
April 18, 2017
Saddened to read of Steve's passing. Had not seen Steve for some time, but he always made me feel like he was glad to see me. Rest in peace. Sherman