Steven A. Daugherty

Columbus, Ohio


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Daugherty Steven A. Daugherty, born April 21, 1951 to Phylis Clark and Paul Daugherty, passed away at Riverside Hospital in Columbus Ohio on May 10, 2015 battling bone and lung cancer. Preceding brother Tim Clark, and sister-in-law Barb Clark, Steve leaves behind his wife, Susan Daugherty;...

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To my husband, who I miss everyday. You brought sunshine, laughter, and a sense of humor to my life. You are so missed by all of us.

Steve was a very special person that I worked with at Liebert. He helped me more times than I could count. Because of his assistance in expediting some parts for me,I sent him a few dozen golf balls that were guaranteed to "fly farther" and asked him to let me know what he thought of them. In his typical dry wit he said "For you, they would just go further into the woods". My thoughts and prayers go out to his family. Steve was one of a kind.

Steve will be greatly missed! He was a good friend and I was glad to have the pleasure of work with Steve at Liebert for many years. We had many days that Steve's wit and humor kept us all going!
God Bless!

Steve, you were an awesome brother in law and husband to my sister. You will be missed greatly.

Now that your our guardian angel... Thank you for watching over Sue and our family. You had a great heart to all that met you and you were so loved.

Love you and miss you. ❤
Forrest & Thelma Snyder

Sue, we are so sorry that we didn't stop by every time we thought of you guys! Steve was one of the most caring people that we have ever met. He was always interested in all of Sydney's accomplishments and he always made her feel special. He had some great advice for Mike and I and really wanted to see us succeed in whatever we were interested in. I always felt that the two of you should have owned your own day care, because you both always cared some much about the welfare of your kids at...

I am so sorry for your loss Sue! Steve was a wonderful guy. I am praying for God, family, and friends to help you heal.


I was so sad to hear of Steve's passing. It had been a long time since I'd seen him but I was hoping to see him at our class reunion this summer. Steve was always a joy to be around from the time I've known him in High School. My heartfelt condolences to his family. I know his presence will be truely missed.

Steve and I had some good times at Liebert including a trip to Mexico.

What an honor to have been a friend and work with Steve. He was so fun to be with, made me laugh and he will truly be missed. My condolences to Sue and family. You will be in my prayers.