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Cause of death was complications from diabetes.

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11/30/10 01:18 PM #1    

Lori White (Harmon)

Sweet Steve, how sad I am that you have left us. Rest in peace, my friend and know that you will be missed by all of us.

My favorite memories of you are our senior year and the fun you, Charlie Jackson and I had in Mrs. Shedwin's history class. I loved it when she would send you and me to get her lunch everyday. What fun we had. What great memories.

You left us too soon but I know that we will meet again one day. Blessing to your family and may they be comforted by wonderful memories of you and God's grace. Love you.

11/30/10 03:43 PM #2    

John George

What a great guy Steve Marshall was.  Shocking to hear of his death, but he couldn't attend reunion due to diabetes problems.  Great friend @ Bonham & Permian along with Charlie Jackson & Richard Kerr - lots of good memories.  Good teammate, impossible to move him off the line.  Will never forget that laugh! We'll miss Steve.  I pray the Holy Spirit comforts Sue, children & Monte.  God bless.  Ephesians 3:20.

11/30/10 04:40 PM #3    

Marilaura Moosher (Marshall)

"Sweet Steve" is an appropriate description and the first thing that pops in my mind when I think of him!  The last time I saw Steve was at one of the reunions.  He was his usual caring and sincere self with a listening ear for anyone.  It is a blessing to have known such a wonderful person and a comfort knowing we will see him again. 

Dear Father in Heaven be with Steve's family during this difficult time...Amen.

11/30/10 06:03 PM #4    

Rocky Hogan

Steve was a gentle giant to me. He was always kind and considerate of those around him and had a way of making you feel very comfortable and at ease. I first met him at Bonham and considered him a good friend all these years. One of my fondest memories was the fact that he was the original "Refrigerator", he was in my estimate the biggest guy on our team, and I remember the coaches putting him in the backfield as a fullback for certain situations and how much fun he had playing the position. Ten years later " The Refrigerator" Perry did the same for Chicago, I always got a little chuckle when he went in thinking about Steve. My prayers go out to all of those you Loved and those that Loved you. I feel very fortunate to have shared if only for a moment our time together, and know that your guiding light will be there for those of us left behind. God Bless and rest in peace my friend.


12/04/10 11:44 PM #5    

Sherry Johnson (McCrary)

Went to Steve's graveside service today.  It was very sweet, of course...just like Steve.  He will always be remembered by all of us for his kindness and sweet and caring personality.  The preacher today had so many nice things to say about Steve.....he had also buried Steve's mom and and older brother, MIke...and this was so hard on him.  I had forgotten that Steve had Indian in him until the preacher today mentioned it.  Then i remembered that yes, I did know that, because i use to "argue" with him about it. Steve was loved by so many and will be missed by so many.......but, like his wife told me today.....he was in bad shape from all the complications, had already lost his right foot, and death was a much better "picture" for, my friend...Rest in PEACE and enjoy a sickness free life in eternity.................see ya on the flip side!!

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