Carl-McCann-Obituary

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Carl Steven McCann

Houston, Texas

Jun 16, 1954 – Oct 16, 2019 (Age 65)

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Klein Funeral Home - Cy Fair - Northwest - Houston Obituary

Carl Steven McCann (Steve), 65, of Magnolia, Texas passed away 16 October, 2019 in Houston, Texas.


A proud Texan, Steve was born in Houston, 16 June, 1954.  He was the son of Mary Jeanette and Carl Preston McCann.  He graduated from Jefferson Davis High School in 1972.  Later, he went on to earn his Associate of Occupational Studies Degree in Certified Automotive and Diesel Technology.  As a young man, Steve enjoyed fishing with his Uncle VG; he was an avid Harley rider; a NASCAR enthusiast; and a dedicated Houston Oilers/Texans/Astros fan as well.  


17 October, 1981, Steve married the love of his life, Patricia (nee East) Harbison.  He is preceded in death by Patricia, his parents, and more recently, his niece, Jenny Lynn Russell. 


Steve is survived by Patricia’s son, William Harbison; his siblings, Catherine Knapp and her husband John, of Kerrville, Texas; Ed McCann and his wife Elizabeth, of Houston, Texas; and Janet East and her husband John, of Spring, Texas; as well as nieces and nephews, all saddened by their loss. 


Services will be held at 10:00 a.m., 23 October, 2019 at Klein Funeral Home – Cy-Fair, 9719 Wortham Blvd, Houston, Texas.


Memorials may be given to the American Cancer Society or the Houston Hospice Center. 


The family wishes to extend our sincere thanks to the Silverado North Houston Hospice Center, and Aretha and Wendell Rodgers, of the We Are Family hospice home.


 


“I am prepared to meet my maker. Whether my maker is prepared for the ordeal of meeting me is another matter.”  -  Winston Churchill


 

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Steve was a true friend! We rode together and spent many times with Steve and Pat having fun and experiencing life together. He was a passionate guy, who didn't like to show his emotions, even though we all knew there was a kind heart under that gruff exterior. Steve lived life on his own terms and left on his final ride on his own terms. RIP brother, and may you and Pat ride forever together now.

My deepest sympathies, Laura Knapp

Steve was an original in everything he believed. He lived life in his terms, and never wavered from the truth. He was a strong man with absolute conviction and was well rounded. I came to think of him as a brother.
He is loved dearly and he will be greatly missed. ❤