Condolence: Dear Louise,
Gary and I are very sad to hear the news of Steve's passing. We are so very sorry that we never had the opportunity to get to know him, but he had to be a great guy if he was a career policeman! We send our deepest sympathies to you, Adam and Lynnie at this difficult time. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers and I know that my Mom sends you her love as well.
Condolence: We were shocked to read of Steven's death. We are very sorry for your loss. Steve took both our children under his wing. He not only taught them to be efficient, observant safe drivers, he became their mentor, teaching them about life as they conversed. He was honest, had a great sense of humor and we had lengthy conversations about life after lessons. We enjoyed him, and always wished to have the opportunity to meet outside of lessons. Peace and strength to your family.
Condolence: Louise, so sorry for you and your families loss. I will keep all of you in my prayers. Sharing those memories of our children on the soccer field and in dance when all of us where together. Steve was a very proud man of the Blue.
Maybe he Rest In Peace and watch over each and one of you.
Condolence: It was great working with you at DTF in Sykesville. You were a great person and always had a smile on your face. We are so glad we got to spend time with you in November. You will be missed my friend. See you on the other side.
Condolence: We were so sorry to hear this ... Although miles away you were still in our thoughts! Still have pic in my head of “Father” Steve at our mystery dinner. Love and hugs to the family. Rest In Peace friend
Condolence: We are going to miss you Steve. You were a fun guy to be with. You always had a smile and made us smile. The oyster roast will not be the same this year but we will raise a glass in your memory.
I will always remember the fun we had as kids.
Rest In Peace Steve