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July 23, 2018

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October 8, 2017
I just ran across this when I occasionally look up friends I knew at Thos Jefferson High. I graduated a year ahead of Steve and saw him around 25-30 years ago playing tennis at Caswell in Austin. He was friendly as always and I wished I had spoken to him more, but he was always shy. Steve and Tommy were always over our house as they were always playing baseball with my brother, Jesse, also known as "Bubba", whom I lost over 10 years ago. God Bless you, Steve and your family. My prayers and thoughts. Nancy
October 8, 2017
I just ran across this when I occasionally look up friends I knew at Thos Jefferson High. I graduated a year ahead of Steve and saw him around 25-30 years ago playing tennis at Caswell in Austin. He was friendly as always and I wished I had spoken to him more, but he was always shy. God Bless you, Steve and your family. My prayers and thoughts. Nancy
September 2, 2017
I talked to a gentleman at the church before Steve's mass started. I saw him standing in line to view Steve and how he walked away after a while. I walked over to him and asked him to not be discouraged and encouraged him to please pay his final respects. I had seen him the day before in Austin at the rosary, sharing his memories of Steve with the family and asked if he would share with me. He said he knew Steve for over 20 years, that they worked well together, that they could discuss work over the phone instead of having to meet in one or the others office. He said that one day something had to be delivered somewhere and Steve was not himself and someone asked this gentleman if he would do the delivery. He said yes and he said he asked Steve if he wanted to go, just for the ride, Steve went. He said he and Steve had such a deep conversation during that ride, so intense, that they got lost. What a wonderful memory. This gentleman also shared that he had discussed with his wife that he was going to a rosary for a friend from work who passed away. She shared that she too was going to a viewing of a friend at work whose husband passed away. Turns out they both were going to Steve's viewing! In talking to this gentleman he said that it's going to be hard at work now because Steve won't be there. He and Steve, in all the years they worked together, developed such a wonderful work relationship that's it's going to be hard to find that again. I told him how much I appreciated him sharing his time and friendship with Steve with me. Thank you sir for yet another great memory of Steve.
August 17, 2017
Loretta and Family, my condolences to you in the loss of your beloved husband and father. May he rest in peace.