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Steven A. Sanders

Jacksonville, Florida

Sep 20, 1955 – Sep 2, 2013


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Hardage-Giddens Chapel Hills Funeral Home Obituary

Steven Alan Sanders, 57, passed away on September 2, 2013. He was born September 20, 1955 in Booneville, MO. He graduated from UNF with a BA in Business Administration, and was employed by JEA as an HR Coordinator. Surviving him are his wife Jackie, sons Michael (Christa) & Christopher...

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Jackie, My sincere thoughts and prayers are for you and yours during this difficult time. I am deeply saddened by Steve's passing. He was not only a great boss but a good friend as well. I enjoyed our time together in Crossett.

Jackie, my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. I pray God gives you strength and comfort and he will live on forever in your heart.

So sorry for your loss, and ours too. Steve always had a smile for everyone he met in the elevator at JEA. I know he must have had trying days, but he didn't show it. Our prayers are with you.

I will miss you, Steve. Your wisdom mixed with wry humor made addressing difficult employee issues much easier. Your friendship will be missed.

my condolences goes out to the Sanders family. Steve worked in HR @ GP Chemical in Crossett, Ar. when I knew him. He coached me as a new young supervisor & he was good at the job. I feel blessed to have known him & worked with him. And I always liked his sense of humor. He keep me on my toes.
Lee Lowry

Mary, I had no idea until I got to church this morning that your son had gone to meet my mother. I'm so sorry. Parents should not have to bury their children. Prayers for you and all of Steve's family. We love you. Hope to see you soon.

Jackie, ours prayers are with you and the family during this time. Steve was truly one of a kind and our lives were enriched by knowing him. We are reminded of him often and remember fondly many of the things we did at Crossett.

We are praying that God will give you strength and comfort during this time.

Mary (mom), Jackie, Lois and heart wrenches for all of you. Steve will be a great loss in your hearts and lives, the community and his work. I am very saddened by the news and can hardly believe reading it in print.. Such a tragic loss. I will keep all of you and family members in my prayers

My thoughts and prayers to Steve's family. He was a pleasure to work with and was always helpful when dealing with a labor related issue at JEA. His knowledge, sense of humor, and friendship will be missed.