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Squirell, there are no words to express how missed you are. I miss you everyday and look forward to the day I will see you again. 1 down 4 up, 1st and last, RIP Squirell.
Steve, You were my 1st real boyfriend.. you know, the kind of boyfriend you can go out in a car with. You taught me a lot of things, You taught me how to do a brake stand on my motorcycle, You tried your best to teach me how to do wheelies...lol... You taught me how to do donuts in the parking lot going forward or going in reverse and how your car would react in case you ever hit an ice patch in the Winter or accidentally drove on to Braddock's Bay to do donuts...lol...you taught me how to sneak into the pits at Spencer speedway, and i still have the scar on my inner thigh from where i got caught on the tippy top of that 12foot fence and tore my favorite pair of skin Tight jordache... You were the 1st person I ever smoked pot with and I thought I was gonna die and it was before school.... Oh my God!!! I ended up in the nurses office...hahahaha and Lol, You spray painted Steve and Shelly on the front of our high school in 3' letters and I never ratted...lol... Never admitted it to anyone until today 36 years later..better believe they hard core drilled at me in the principles office everyday for a week while they had to have it sand blasted off...lol...You'd pick me up from school everyday on my lunch breaks and take me to Your Parent's house and microwave me frozen pizza or chicken nuggets... And I always thought it was gross because the pizza was soggy and the nuggets were microwaved to death... But every once in a while I'll throw a dollar store pizza into the microwave just because it reminds me of that. A few years after we broke up I ran into you at the gas station, I was pumping gas at Petinaris and you were on the other side on the other side and I said " Hi Steve" like you were a long lost friend ...and you gave me the finger, got in your truck . It made me laugh so hard that you did that, I shrugged and said...well, ok then...and you drove away Lol. Years later, Every once in a while id see you blast down the road behind my house doing a wheelie after leaving the Pied piper or whatever it was called at the time...something north..i think...you never knew that till 20 years later you ended up working for my close friend Tom at lakeland and we became friends again. But I think it started mostly cuz he was your boss and you thought he was my bf...lol...you and I kicked off as if we'd still been friends the whole time. You were certainly one of a kind always had a smile and even though you always acted tough you were a softee at heart. You always had a good strong work ethic even as a kid..well...teen...and I admired that when we were young. Yku will truly be missed. To your family your children and friends I send my deepest condolences, I am so very sorry for your loss. I hope you can find some kind of comfort in the weeks and months to come RIP my friend
Dear Jimmy, Sandy, and all of Steven's family,
I just watched the beautiful video of Steven's life. I didn't know him, but just by watching the video it was evident what a well-loved person he was, and how people were drawn to him. I can't imagine the pain his loss is causing each of you, but I hope you feel the hope expressed in the music you chose for the video. When you see him again, there will be no pain...only joy.
You have been in my thoughts and prayers.
With love and sympathy,
My very sincere sympathies to your Mom,(my bestie), your beautiful, loving sister and her family, Tania,and your children. Heaven has gained a handsome, young, angel. I know now, you are at peace.
I am saddened of this news. I am hurt that Steve lost his fight. I feel pain for his children and those closest with him. Steve was a wandering soul that seeked acceptance and love by all around him. He found ways to connect with each person he spoke with, finding a common ground to laugh upon. We could always count on Steve coming up our laneway during Summer days to have a brew with dad. He always lent a hand for setup and clean up for any events we held on our property. He let my dad bend his ear more times than could be counted. He was a good person and will be missed. Steve, I hope you ride with the warm breezes for eternity!
Tania and family..Tom and I send our thoughts and prayers...love to you all...Tom and Karen Whitmore
Dear Cochran Family,
I am so very sorry for your loss. I have known Steve for years and will always remember him with a smile. He was such a fun loving person and always made me laugh. In high school, he drove me home from school on a snowy day and spun the car in circles every chance he could! As he slid sideways into my driveway, my Dad came out and yelled at him. By the end of the conversation, Steve had my Dad laughing. Steve will be laid to rest where my Mom is and I will visit him often. May he Rest In Peace. Know he will always be with you and will be watching over his family.
Oh Steve! I am sorry for all the pain, suffering and loneliness you went through! I know the regret you had for mistakes you made, and know how much you wanted to fix wrong doings. You were truly the life of the party, the funniest person I knew. There was never a dull moment when you were in the room. You had an incredible likable energy that just won everyone over. Even though you tried to have the “tough guy” exterior, all of us that knew you well saw through that to the sensitive soul you were. I never knew anyone that loved animals as much as you did, and was so thankful that you had Zoomba to help the last month of sorrow. You had an incredible support system and awesome friends that loved you flaws and all. Please Rest In Peace, finally, be warm, and know how many peoples lives you touched. I am comforted by the fact you finally realized how much your family meant. I am thankful that your last day on earth you met with a preacher that gave you permission to let go and you could have a new life without pain.
I will miss you everyday and cherish all the crazy memories! You mattered, you were important, and were loved by many! I read today that people who fly solo have the strongest wings. Fly free and be happy in your new home brother! PS - I will never forgive you for shaving all my Barbies hair - ha ha!