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August 08, 2005
It took me a couple of months to find this site, but here I am. I worked with Steve for almost two years at McLintocks in San Luis, and shortly after he got transfered Arroyo Grande he became my roommate. He was such an awesome guy to be around, and I find myself thinking of him on so many occasions. I can't help but think that he's looking out for all of us as we carry on our lives. I got married on Steve's birthday this year, and I know he pulled a couple favors with God on our behalf, because the day turned out perfectly (including decent weather in Fresno)! I am thankful for having had the chance to know Steve, as I am sure that everyone who ever met him is as well.
May 29, 2005
Happy Birthday Steve!
May 28, 2005
Happy Birthday, Steve!

I cried out to the Lord in my suffering, and he heard me. He set me free from all my fears.
Psalm 34:6
May 21, 2005
I have been thinking about Steve a lot lately. With his birthday coming up next week, I am hopeful that people will add more entries for Haley to read later. This first month has been rough for everyone and the next will be just as hard. I have found that the most helpful things are glancing at pictures and thinking of some of the fun times Steve and I spent together. But also, reading what other people have written here has been good. Thanks to all that have shared!
May 06, 2005
I am saddened but have a smile on my face as I watch my son who is only two months old than Steve's daughter, he has a Luke Skywalker figure, it makes me think of the great times as kids that Steve, David and I played for hours with all the Star Wars characters. I hope for your daughter Steve that she has fond memories of times like thes with her friends and neighbors when she gets older!Those were fun times for us. Times I will never forget! I pray for all of you at this time.
April 19, 2005
So many great things come to mind when I think of Steve. I can't remember the very first time, but I do remember all the nights sitting by his bedside at the hospital, just being there to give him some company. I remember being deathly afraid of needles and donating platlet cells not once - but twice for him. I remember him at his graduation, as he accepted his diploma and all the students cheered him on. Also, as our groomsman, at Don and I's wedding. Sick (and asleep in the back of my father-in-law's truck) at the reception, from the Japanese food at the rehearsal dinner the night before. We seemed to lose touch a bit after that, but I do remember the warmth of his heart, the sincerity of his grattitude and the love that many had for him. He will be sadly missed, but will always have a place in our hearts, many photos in our scrapbooks home, and many memories in our minds. God Bless his daughter, and his family as well, you are in our thoughts.
April 19, 2005
Steve indeed was a gentle man, he always had time to respond to the call of my parrot Hooligan who very much looked forward to seeing him on his morning walks by the creek every day. We will miss his affable personality and gentle spirit. Thank you Steve, every day .
Theresa, Hooligan, and Maya
April 19, 2005
May the sunshine of his smiling face help to erase the heartfelt loss of a man so tender, friendly and kind. Steve always took the time to care and to extend himself to do his best for others. May the love of those he touched surround his family and friends at this time of loss. Billie Rose
April 18, 2005
When I think of Steve, I can't help but a huge smile cross my face. He was a wonderful person who never had a sour word for anyone. No matter what kind of mood you were in, you could count on Steve for a good laugh, he had a special touch on everyone he came across. We met in elementary school and were friends until well into the college years. I have no doubt in my mind that God was in need of a special angel and that is why he brought Steve home. Haley does not have her Daddy any more, however, she does have thousands of people to tell her hundreds of thousands of stories of what kind of man her daddy was. We can all learn from the lessons Steve taught us...friendship, compassion, happiness, love, faithfulness, joy. That is who Steve was.
April 16, 2005
Steve will surely be missed by Veronica and I. Unfortunately, we will not be able to attend Steve's services.
I have known Steve since high school and from his days while working at McDonalds.
Some of my best memories of Steve will be from the golf course. We played many rounds together and even a 4-man scramble. Steve usually beat me. He told me his grandma taught him how to play golf.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller, Steve was a blessing from God because he touched and became friends to so many people.
Veronica and I will miss him very much.

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