Wilmington, North Carolina

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Steve was a great friend in school. I remember his kind face and his way of making you laugh. It was a joy to read about his successes in life. God Bless Steve's family and friends.

Our deepest sympathy is extended to Steve's family. He was such a sweet and dear southern gentleman! We have lots of fond memories of our days in high school. We will be praying for your family. Doug and Beverly West

Steve was one of the good guys. Always a gentleman. He made Spanish class at Southview High School bearable!So proud to have called him friend.

Very sorry to read of Steve's passing. Steve was such a nice friend and classmate all the way back to Sherwood Park, Hope Mills, and South View. Mark remembers him as one of the Four Horsemen on the wrestling team at South View Class of '76. Sad we lost touch with him but proud of his many accomplishments and caring nature, not surprised at all. He won't be forgotten.

One can go through life having many acquaintances, but very few can have a friend like Steve Bagley. Not only was Steve a good friend but a great person. He will be missed deeply with only fond memories. Rest in peace, my friend.

Semper Fi

Brent Smith

Rest in peace, buddy.--Dan Carpenter

You'll be missed kiddo!!!¬if_t=comment_mention

It is with great sadness that I read this morning of the passing of my dear old friend Steven Bagley.
Not only was Steven a Big Man with a Big Heart, he was indeed a Great Humanitarian who loved and cared for his fellow human beings. He helped my family when we needed it the most. He will never be forgotten.


STEVEN's Obituaries

STEVEN R. BAGLEY Steven R. Bagley, born March 9, 1958, left this earth on April 27, 2013, with his best friend by his side. Steve was a Gentleman having many friends within the community. He proudly served in the U.S. Marine Corps as a 2nd Force Recon Marine. After military service, Steve entered...

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