I had the absolute honor of attending Kimball Union Academy with Steven. The Steven I knew was one of the kindest, funniest, outgoing, most genuine person you could meet. There weren't enough hours in a day for Steve to accomplish everything he wanted, but I can honestly say he lived life to the fullest every single day. He took advantage of everything the world had to offer, and decided he wanted a hand in changing the world we live in. In light of the recent tragedies in Paris and continuing acts of terrorism, I am increasingly more aware of the necessity of journalists, and the role they play in our daily lives. Steven paid the ultimate sacrifice for his country and his dream, and he transitioned to one of the funniest guys I ever knew, to the BRAVEST person I have ever known. Steven has woken me up to what's going on in the world around us, and I could not thank him enough. He has made an everlasting impact on my life. Steve, Art, Shirley and Lauren- you will always be in my heart and I promise to do whatever I can to help continue Steven's legacy! "Everyone has two lives"