Steve was the love of my life though I don't believe the feelings were reciprocated he had his tender moments usually after he dumpedy car in a ditch because it stopped running but I was persistent n always went back for more and one day he shared his feelings with me and I have been smitten ever since my love regret for your loss he sure loved his family May God Bless you and keep you safe life truely is too short
Dear Walter m wife I can say how deeply sad I am to learn of Stevepassingbwe kept in touch sort of but my love ran deep and still does I have memories such as the weekend I helped him move up to your parents house my last time we spent together I did not suspect he had any health issues God bless and I feel your loss sorry I only be just tried to google him because I lost his number my sincere condolences , Alyson I happen to be out in California perhaps we could have a cup of coffee
Walter & family,
So sorry to hear of Steve’s passing. As I have shared with you I always enjoyed my conversations with him. He was a special man...
Anne Eaves Dental
I was so sorry to hear of Steve’s death and share in his loss. The past few years have been a difficult time for him and you. How fortunate he was to have you..his big brother to step in and see that all his needs were cared for. I have many memories of Steve but a couple stand out . The time we crawled out a window and sat on the roof of your Pearl River home and everyone was going crazy looking for us. Then there the very competitive go cart race at the now famous Bond Reunion. I will miss talking to him for our three minute calls .( He really wasn’t much a phone guy.). I will close by picturing Steve sailing across his beloved Keuka Lake with a slight grin on his face . God speed Steve !
Charlotte & My Thoughts & Prayers are with you and your family. Cousin Biff