Steven Munro

Atlanta, Georgia


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Family-Placed Death Notice MUNRO, Steven Mr. Steven W. Munro, 54, died February 19, 2010. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, February 23rd at 2:00 P. M. in the chapel of A. S. Turner & Sons. The family will receive friends from 7:00 P.M. until 9:00 P.M. Monday at A. S. Turner &...

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Dear Kelli, Paige and Mira,

My deepest condolences for your loss. I remember Steve as a man that loved his family. I remember him from our days at Oak Grove YCS. He always had a smile on his face and he was so proud of his family.
Thinking and praying for you all,
Tracey Buot

TO ALL the Munros.. how sad I was to hear about Steve. I know most of you but didn't have the pleasure of meeting him. If he is ANYTHING like his brothers and sisters... caring, witty, creative, thoughtful and a million other great words come to mind to describe him.

Lean on God and family now, you are in my thoughts and prayers!!

To Steve's Family and Coworkers-
I only worked with Munro Design Associates for a short time and I learned a tremendous amount in that time period. I am so sorry to hear for your loss. Steve was an amazing architect, boss, mentor, and friend. My thoughts and prayers will be with you all throughout this rough time.

Kelli, I am so sorry to hear about Steve. You and your girls have always had a special place in my heart since first meeting at Oak Grove Preschool. I pray that our Heavenly Father will cradle you through this time.

Dear Mrs. Munro-
My name is John Samson and I was a pledge brother of Steve in the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity in 1974. I was shocked to get the news of Steve's death. I am very,very sorry for your loss.
I had not talked to Steve in sometime but mutual friends kept me up-to-date and told me of his successful architectural career and his family. His success did not surprise me.
I remember Steve as a smart, very hardworking and fun guy to be around. I am proud to say that...

Dear Kelly and daughters,
We've never met but I am friends with Kelli and Scott Sasser who have mentioned you and your husband as being good friends and partners with One Hundred Days. Though I never had the honor of meeting Steve in person or you and your daughters, your grief touches me deeply. Our condolences and prayers continue to go out for you. May you feel the arms of Grace and Love at this time as you grieve and may you be comforted to know you will one day see Steve again....

Dear Kelli, Mira & Paige,
I cannot express how sorry I am to hear of Steve's passing. I had the honor and privilege to work for him for a couple of years at Munro Design. He truly was a good hearted and extremely generous man and I am grateful that he touched my life.
He loved you all so very much, that was evident every moment of every day, and I know he is with you.
I am praying for all of you to feel GOD's strength, grace and peace to help you through this most...

mira paige,
im sooo sorry. i went throught the same thing. its hard and tough! i love you! and i miss you. even thought i didnt know him i knew you and im soo sorry i hope toy see you guys soon!