Steven Haddock

Fort Worth, Texas

Aug 4, 1955 – Sep 30, 2013 (Age 58)

Guest Book

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Shelly, I'm so sorry for your loss. may God wrap you in his arms and give you comfort, you are in my prayers.

Dearest Aunt Margaret & Uncle Billy, I am so sorry to hear about Steven. Your lost is our lost. I only met him once but wish I could have when we were out there in 2009. Jeff is heart broken and Frank was very upset. All my love to you always, Teri

My god Billy, Margaret, Ronnie, Shelly I am so sorry for what happened. May God bless and keep Steven. I am regretfull I was only able to meet Steven a couple of times.

Margaret, Billy, Ronnie, and Shelly, I am so sad I do not know what to say. I wish I could have spent more time with my cousin before, but alas, I will see him again someday. Jeff

It was my privilege to have known and worked with you on the Katy. Seeing you again when I was at the BNSF was again my privilege. May God Bless. To the family, I am Sorry for your loss, he was a great guy .
John "Chainsaw" McConnell

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Romans 8:35-39. Lifting you up Brother Haddock.

dont know what to say but thinking of you all man is not suposed to out live his children

You were such an easy guy to be around, Steve. We say goodbye from down here for now, so hit em straight until we meet again. May you know the Peace and Rest that surpasses all understanding and may all that knew your shining smile remember our hope in him that saves us all, especially the Family and friends closest to you.


Steven's Obituaries

FORT WORTH - Steven "SA" Haddock a resident of Ft. Worth passed from this life in Fort Worth on Monday, Sept. 30, 2013 at the age of 58 years 1 month and 26 days. He was born on Thursday, Aug. 4, 1955 to William Jason and Margaret (Allen) Haddock in Durant, Okla. Steven married Shelley...

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