I am so very saddened to hear of the passing of my Uncle Steve. My heart goes out to my dear Aunt Joan and all of my cousins & their families. Uncle Steve was a wonderful & caring man with a very kind heart. Thinking of all of you and sending lots of love & prayers.
I am at a loss for words. I loved my Uncle Steve very much. The memories are so many to mention, but I do remember when my brother passed I had won tickets to a show in the city and my parents would not take me cause they were still so much in mourning. My Uncle Steve brought me in, took me out to lunch and brought me to the show. What a wonderful day that was for me. I will always remember him whenever I see a Greek Sailors hat as he wore one almost all the time. I will miss him, but I hold my memories close to my heart. My deepest sympathies to his children/grandchildren/greatgranchildren. He will always be right above your shoulder and guiding you through life with his shining smile. I love you Uncle Steve. Be with God... <3
Dear Uncle Steve and Aunt Joan, My heart felt sympathy for the loss of a wonderful husband,father, uncle, brother, and grandfather. If all men were like him, this world would be a wonderful place. My Uncle Steve was the only father figure and positive male role model in my life. From him I learned loyality, dedication, compassion, sacrifice, generosity and kindness. My Aunt and Uncle took me and my infant daughter in when nobody else wanted us. I am forever grateful, it was a very difficult time in my life and without their care and loving nature I don't think I would have survived.I honor the gift of your kindness by expressing the qualities you instilled in me.If we make a difference in just one life we have committed to the Lords mission. You made that difference in mine. May you rest eternally with the Lord. With Gratefulness and love, your niece, Michele
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