Mr Stephen Cundick

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Shelter, National Campaign For Homeless People Limited

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Messages of condolence

Amber and family, I am so sorry to hear about Steve and I am thinking of you all and sending my love. He sounded like such a wonderful person and I am always here if you need anything. Maddie xxx

Miss Maddie Sullivan

Sending you all my love at this difficult time. I remember Stephen as a young boy when he lived next door - happy and mischievous - when Len used to babysit there were often accidents after play fighting which included a broken glass door and ornaments! Remember the good times and happy memories. Mo Inker

Mrs Jane Cundick

There’s nothing I can say to compensate for your families enormous loss. Please remember you are all loved and Stephen will always be carried with you in your hearts x

Mr Rhys Cook

To Sue and family, I am so very sorry that you have to feel the pain of grief. To be left with the big empty void that Steve once filled. May your memories give you some peace. Daryl Sommerville

Mrs Daryl Somerville

Deepest sympathy and condolences to Sue & all the family, it was an absolute pleasure to have met and known Steve through Jane and Colin. We were lucky to have spent time with Steve on holidays, he was a great guy with a heart of gold. He will be greatly missed by all. All our love Tash and Paul xxx

Mr Paul Davies

So sorry to hear the devastating news Amber, thinking of you and your family Sending love Charlotte and Ollie xxx

Miss Charlotte Tankard

Sue, Jade, Amber, Jamie and family, There are no words to describe how sorry I am for your loss. Steve was such a kind and happy family man with a big contagious smile. He will forever be in our hearts and missed by us all! Sending you lots of love and virtual hugs during this difficult time. Ellis xx

Miss Ellis Syer

There are no words to comfort you so we just send our love to you and the family. Pete & Jacqui Evans

Mr Colin Thomas

There aren’t enough words to express how truly sorry we are that you have lost the most amazing man. Steve was one of the best and the best step dad. We will miss him dearly, thinking of you all. Love the Coppen’s and the Christmas ‘s

Miss Laura Christmas

So sorry for your loss.

Mr & Mrs Sandra and John Morgan

will be missed xx

Mrs V o'sullivan

such a loss xx

Mr & Mrs rachel and clive jones

so sorry for your loss, it should never have happened. Covid, was a cruel thief who stole you Steve. My deepest sympathy to his family

Mrs anne rees

Steve, I'm so going to miss you little bro! You'll be forever young in my heart & eyes. Love you, Jane x ♥ Thanks for being the best Uncle and Brother in Law we could ever have asked for. We will miss our best skiing partner! Love you always Colin & Princess Brat (Yazz) xxx

Mr Colin Thomas

Steve, How did this happen to such a fit young man? Sometimes life is just not fair. I know that everyone will miss your bonkers laughter and immeasurable zest for life. I feel very privileged to have spent some fun times travelling with you. My heart goes out to all of your family. Lots of love Nerys x

Mrs Nerys Viner

Steve, It is so sad that you have left us far too early. We shall miss your cheeky smile along with your wry comments and those nicknames you choose to give to those who you cherished. Jeff is always grateful for saving him from the rip current on Manly Beach in Aus. Requiest in Pace Carol & Jeff Williams

Mr Jeff Williams

Dearest Steve, having only known you a short while I could straight away see what a bright and caring man you were which makes this such an awful loss. Rest easy up there, all my love - Megan Thinking of you Jamie, your mum and sisters love from Kerry and Darren

Mr & Mrs Kerry Creasey

Brilliant cousin will miss you and your cheeky laugh. My god bless and keep you always.

Mr Dean Jones

I knew Steve as a cycling buddy. He was always very friendly & had a smile on his face. A really nice guy. I will miss his Welsh sense of humour. As I am an Irish man we took the mick out of the English lads together. Our Celtic sense of humours complimenting each other. I will miss you Steve. I hope there is mountain biking in heaven. My family & I send our deepest condolences to all the family. Love John Gaskin & Family

Mr John Gaskin

Steve you were one of the best. We will miss you forever. Helen and Jack

Miss Helen Wilcock

So sorry for your loss. Thinking of you all at this sad time. Love Becky xx

Mrs Rebecca Hinton

Steve will always be missed by our family and especially remembered for always being ready with a smile and a chat. You welcomed us to the Close and have been a great neighbour, even producing a huge bunch of balloons for Jenny’s birthday soon after we first arrived. Olly and I will miss seeing you getting your bike ready or tinkering with the camper van, and sharing a Belgian beer across the drive during lockdown. A great friend and we wish we had many more years next door to you. Our love to Sue, Amber, Jamie and Jade x

Mr & Mrs Oliver and Rebecca Thorp

Steve was so much more than a neighbour and riding buddy, he was also a true, genuine friend to me and to so many others. Such a great guy, such a great loss. I’ll always remember him.

Mr Tom Gowlett

Sue words cannot express how sorry I feel at the passing of such a lovely man. I am sure he will be sorely missed by so many people which hopefully will be of some comfort to you and all the family. Carol

Ms Carol Hancocks

I was Lucky enough to spend three days with Steve in October on a trip to Oswestry, ironically the only person outside of my immediate family I spent any time with in the later part of 2020. It wasn’t a great job we were doing but the time flew in that cold warehouse because of Steve’s great sense of humour and our competitive natures. I managed to snag my new jacket on a fixture and I was fuming! A few days after I got back Steve had organised an exact replacement for me. I regret never finding the time to ride out on a mountain biking adventure with Steve and his mates although he invited me regularly. Like many of us who Steve inspired, I vow to grab these opportunities from now on. Although there were many times Steve had me swearing, he was and will always be generous, family man who lived life to the full and I will really miss him. My heart goes out to Sue and family, I’m so sorry for your loss. For now all I can do is pay Steve’s kindness and generosity forward and wear my jacket with Pride. Mark

Mr Mark Drury

Dear sue,and all your family my heart and thoughts are with you. Steve was such a special guy,always so kind and funny. He will be so sadly missed, by so many people. Work will never be the same.x

Miss Susan McCormick

So saddened by your too early departure . You will be missed by all of us. We have fun memories and these will be stay with us for forever . Rozane

Mrs Rozane Barnard

Steve was very kind in allowing me to join a few of his skiing trips and I'll always remember him as one of the warmest and most genuine people you could be lucky enough to meet - a true gent. Sending love to Steve's family at this time.

Mr Steve Makin

Sue,Jade, Amber & Jaime Stephen will always be remembered and I will smile when I think of him ❤ Sending love to you all Adele & Kevin

Mr & Mrs Adele O'Hara

Thank you Steve for the fun and laughs we had in Turkey your cheeky smile and you pinching your dad,s milk chocolate always remember you with love ,rest in peace Sue, Rhys and Sarah

Mrs Susan Cook

So very grateful to have known and ridden with you Steve. It always brought a smile to my face when I knew you were joining us with your great sense of humour, kind spirit and endless desire for adventure. Ride on my friend - my very best wishes for you and your family from Steve Welch to Welsh Steve x

Anonymous

Sue, Jade, Amber and Jamie, we're so sorry for your loss. Steve always did everything to the best he possibly could - his family, his life, his toys and his adventures were all played out to the maximum and we are honoured to have played a small part in it over the last 25 years. We have fantastic memories of weekends away on the bikes in Wales, curry nights with you both, talking bloke rubbish about bikes, boys toys, music and hifi, his threats to put Finlay in the wheelie bin (when he was smaller obviously), the search for our biscuit tin when he visited and his disappointment when there were no hobnobs in it. These memories will stay with us forever and we are proud to have known him as a friend.

Jon and Nicola Ashbee

Steve will never be forgotten. His contagious smile and warm personality was such a pleasure. I've enjoyed working with him for many years and will truly miss his presence. Sue, may you and the entire family feel much peace in the good memories you all shared together.

Mrs Karen Black

Andrew & Sue Jones We are both so sorry that Steve has been taken so young. Our heartfelt condolences to all his family and friends at this very sad time.

Mr Andrew Jones

We only know Steve from sharing a few Ski holidays together and it seems fitting today that we are covered in snow. Can’t say we saw much of him on the slopes though as he was always to fast for us😊. What’s not to like about him. Once met, never forgotten. Steve was the type of guy you took to straight away. Fun to be with, daft, cheeky, smiler and too bloody good at skiing. Everyday he would tease Yaz. Whenever I have Pizza I think of Steve as he told me it was his favourite food and could eat it everyday! Steve spoke to me often about the kids. He also told me how much he loved his holidays in Italy with Sue. Although we never properly met Sue and the kids, we felt like we knew them. So our deepest condolences and big hugs to you all, Jane, Colin, Yaz and Steve’s mum and dad. Bernie, David & Gigi xxx

Mr David Phillips

With deepest sympathy for the loss of such a lovely guy. We’ll remember him and miss him on every ride.

Mr Andrew Jefferies

Steve will be remembered in our hearts and minds always Dave and Kirsty

Mr David Hitch

Hey Steve, so sad right now I never imagined that ride in October would be the last time I saw you. You're a friend and lovable personality to many, and you will be missed a lot by all of us that knew you and had the pleasure to ride and spend time with you, you will always be with us in spirit when we ride again. My humble condolences Sue and all of Steve's family from all of us here. Stan.

Mr Steve "Stan" Hanks

Dearest Steve our truly wonderful brother in law, thank for all the good times we shared as a family. Having been taken from us all so soon is truly unimaginable for all your family and friends. Steve you were always the person who was full of fun and laughter nothing worried you apart from people sitting in your "Green Chair" your passing has left a massive hole to all the lives you touched not just your family and friends. While we pay respect and honour your life we will also cherish the memories of all the good times we had with you, family holidays abroad, trips to Southwold & Wales, camping in the forest, bike rides with your mates what ever it was you always made these moments special, it's these memories that we will always remember you by. Remembering the fun we all had on our family holidays abroad, like the time you decided to push Cameron into a cactus bush! But I guess one of the funniest moments was on your birthday at Centre Parcs when Cormac pushed your head into your birthday cake!! its these times that you will always be remember by for all the fun and laughter that you gave to us all. Family birthdays will never be the same, Aaron will miss his play fighting with you and said he would have let you win! at least you don't have to listen to us all sing Happy Birthday out of tune but am sure you will be looking down on us all. Thank you for being the best husband to Sue, Dad to Jade, Amber and Jamie, Grandad to Nova, uncle to Yasmin, Cameron, Aaron, Rhiannon and Caleb, brother in law to Di, Cormac, Dee and I, brother to your sister and son to your Mum & Dad Steve, you will be truly missed from the bottom of all our hearts, may your spirt live on as we all pay our respects to you. You will ALWAYS be remembered but Never Forgotten. With all our love for ever and ever Alex, Dee, Cameron and Aaron xxxxxxxxxx rydyn ni'n dy garu di am byth yn camu

Mr & Mrs Alex & Dee Wright

Steve made a big positive difference to my life and I feel privileged to have counted on him as a friend from my teenage years and into my 30s, bonding over music, the gym, badminton, nights out and even a holiday, where we had fun in the evenings and paid for it under the sunshine. I'm moved to see that he continued to bring joy to people wherever he has been, as Stephen will live on in my heart and in the hearts and minds of many, many others.

Mr Chris Seal

Sending our condolences to Sue and family at this sad time. I have lots of lovely memories of Steve throughout my mountain biking days and remember our annual Christmas get togethers. Never thought when I saw you both recently in Sawbridgeworth that it would be the last time. RIP Kevin, Barbara and Jack xxx

Mr Kevin Hanrahan

Steve is in our memories, for many things... Fun times on holiday in the beautiful sunshine of Turkey, a roomy with Ady during ski-ing where Ady always had the best view of Steve, as Steve was always in front! A drunken rugby game where they let a 12 year old take charge, as they were all in his words ‘completely pissed’ The hi-light of the day was when Steve pointed out to all the other drinkers in Cardiff that Ady was English, which he thought was hilarious. He will be missed by so many for his sense of fun, contagious laugh, love of life and inherently caring nature. We all send much love to all of Steves family. Ady, Fleur, Emily and Arch

Mr & Mrs Fleur and Ady White

It is so difficult to find the words to express how sorry I am that you have gone from our lives and how much I will miss you. Thank you for your friendship and the support you have given me over the years. I will never forget you and I will forever miss your cheeky smile and endless banter. My heart goes out to Sue and your family at this difficult time xxx

Miss Michelle Comerford

What a top bloke Steve was. A real kind soul with a great sense of humour. Always enjoyed seeing him and the banter when he rode in Epping forest. Rest in Peace Welsh Steve.

Mr Simon King

He will be missed, but when we meet and ride he will be there in spirit. It was a pleasure to ride with him, through tough climbs, exciting descents, trips away and riding tales in the Pub afterwards. Yes you will be missed, but always remembered. RIP

Mr Matthew Hodgkinson

Steve was such a lovely, genuine man and I am so pleased to have known him as a colleague and as a friend. Steve was loved and respected everywhere he went, he made a huge difference to all our lives and I will miss him terribly. My love and thoughts are with you at this saddest of times.

Mrs Marie Gransbury

I am still struggling to get my head around the fact I won’t see you again. You were the best neighbour I ever had, and I can tell you there were quite a few. I will always remember the happy times we shared not least our infamous cinema club. “Hwyl fawr” my friend. Big John

Mr John Davison

Sue and family. Our hearts go out to you all at this most difficult time and we are keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. We still cannot believe what has happened to Steve - we will miss him on the Close for his big personality, his kindness and for all the many things he did for us; he has certainly made his mark and will never be forgotten. Much love Sandra and Ray Owens

Mrs Sandra Owens

Forever in our hearts and will never be forgotten.We love you dearly.You will always be known as Steve our No.1 son. Good bye. Mam & Dad

Mr Allan Cundick

To Sue & family - as a neighbour, it is still hard to accept that we won't see Steve again in the little Close in which we all live. Steve was always the first person to volunteer for any manual jobs that needed done and really the only person that had any idea what they were doing! He was always there with his cheeky grin and banter. He did a great job of maintaining our communal electric gate and no doubt will be smiling down on us when it inevitably breaks in the future and we are locked inside! We will remember him as the fun person that we had socially distanced drinks with on Boxing Day night, as we each stood at the end of our drives, and Steve was up for "just one more drink" but us softies gave in to the cold! Always full of fun. Shona & Andy xx

Mr & Mrs shona Jackson

Sra Sue y Familia de Steve: Soy Adriana García Luna y trabajo para la familia Pioneer Balloon México, Fue una triste noticia el saber que Steve falleció y partió al Cielo . Tuve la oportunidad de trabajar con Steve para los embarques de exportación de nuestra empresa en Jalisco hacia Inglaterra, y siempre Steve muy amable, alegre y proactivo en sus actividades laborales, la última vez que lo pude saludar fue en Wichita KS Septiembre 2017, Un gran ser humano que nos dejó una gran enseñanza con su vida y acciones de vida especialmente por los más necesitados, este legado nunca se olvida y por el contrario estará presente en nuestra mente y corazón su presencia. Estoy plenamente segura que Steve descansa en paz. Pido a Dios por Ustedes para que llegue pronto la resignación a su partida y sane la herida de su ausencia humana. Los abrazamos mi familia y yo a la distancia desde México. Dios los bendiga siempre!!!

Mr & Mrs Adriana and Ernesto GARCÍA

Dear Sue and family. Words fail to express my deep sorrow for the loss of Steve. May he rest in peace and you are in my thoughts and prayers. Theresa Cameron

Mrs Theresa Cameron

To Sue and family: Deepest sympathy in this difficult time . Steve will be greatly missed for his kindness and humor . Rest in peace Steve in heaven.

Mrs Ewelina May

Sometimes you meet people that make life better. A new friend to us .. Woodfest 🏕, Sues fairweather camping, breakfasts outside, drinking and great company. Shame we missed our curry in November ruined by lockdown. Why do all the good ones go first? This isn’t fair! Well, we both miss you buddy We have your extended family to always remember you joking with us and will do our best to support them.. Gutted! Cheers 🍻 🍷 From us Jollys xx

Mr & Mrs Ian & Tracie Jolly

To Sue, Jade, Amber and Jamie Still hard to accept that we won’t see Steve any more in our little Close where he has been our neighbour for the past 13 years. We won’t see him walk past our house taking Billy for a walk, leaving for a bike ride or going off to work. He won’t be round chasing after Billy who would take every opportunity to run into our home where he knew there would be a doggy treat waiting for him. Steve’s been taken far too soon and we, along with so many others, will miss him. Sending love and hugs at this terribly difficult time. And please pass on our condolences to his Parents and Sister. Murray and Amanda x

Mr & Mrs Murray Young

Sue,James,Jade,Amber thinking of you all at this sad time. Steve will be sorely missed by all of us in the Close, not only for all that he did for us, but the friendliness to us all. In particular the way he used to tease me about my 50 year old tools and our 30 year old 14in TV. Not seeing him walking by with Billy or riding his bike will be a sore miss. Love Linda and Derek Pike xx

Mr derek pike

With our deepest sympathy to Sue and all the family. With all our love, Jean & Ralph Thomas

Mr Ralph & Jean Thomas

Dear Sue and all of the family. We were all shocked and extremely sad to hear of Steve's passing. He was a good man and will be missed tremendously. You are all in our thoughts. Lots of love from Sandra and the family xxx

Mrs Sandra Barker

Sue & Family: I’m sorry that I never had to pleasure to have met you and I know the grief you must be feeling at the loss of Steve is enormous. I only hope that your great memories of him can ease your pain. I had the good fortune of spending some great time with Steve over the last many years. As a member of Pioneer’s USA team, I saw Steve on all of my trips to Pioneer Europe and I was always touched by his management style, intelligence, compassion and caring. On my last visit I was able to get to know him even better, as we shared a few late-night drinks. My life is better because I knew Steve, and I miss him very much. May he Rest in Peace.

Mr Dan Flynn

So very sad to have lost such a good friend. Our deepest sympathy to Stephen’s wife and family at this tragic time. So many happy memories.

Mr John Burgess

Steve, That mischievous smile, the stories, the jokes...but underneath it all a very kind and caring man. A fantastic colleague who is so sadly missed. I hope that Sue and family can take comfort in all their precious memories and the kind words of all who had the pleasure of knowing Steve. Thinking of you at this very sad and difficult time. X

Mrs Heather Ellis

A Gentleman on and off the bike.

Mr Mark Jackson

I can’t put into words how sorry I am that Steve has sadly passed away, a kind, friendly down to earth man who made me feel welcome, comfortable and part of the team on my very first day joining pioneer Europe, he always used to come down stairs and speak and have a laugh, see how everyone’s getting on, a professional in what he did, he kindly supported me in my charity run that I did, work will never be the same without him, he was the soul of the company, I will cherish and be grateful that I had the pleasure of knowing and meeting Steve. your family and Steve will be in my thoughts and I wish you peace and comfort in the times ahead My deepest sympathies Joshua Nicholson

Mr Joshua Nicholson

Thinking of you at this sad time

Mrs DEBRA BAYFORD

Steve, I still find it so hard to believe you’re gone. You have been a great mentor and friend to me; you always supported me and knew just how to make me laugh. I miss exchanging travel stories and pictures from our bike rides. I even miss sharing my Lindt chocolates with you! My thoughts go out to Sue and the family in this incredibly difficult time.

Mrs Maria Barina

Dear Sue & family No words are ever enough to fill the huge hole you have been left. My sincere wishes are with you at this terrible time. Steve was a great guy and will be missed by us all at Pioneer Europe Ltd. Such a young, vibrant man always laughing and joking. Treasure the memories you shared. Love and best wishes to you all

Miss Carol Dack

Still cannot believe we have lost you, our deepest condolences to the family.

Mr & Mrs Raymond/Yvonne Smith

A true Viper rider in every sense , he enjoyed turning the pedals with his mates in the woods .A special man that will be sadly missed but will always be with us in spirit on our rides Ride that bike in the sky Fondest memories Barry - The Butcher x

Viper Ride

We had some great times on Skiing and mountain biking trips. Will be missed on future trips. But will be there in our minds.

Mr Graeme Berry

Dearest Sue and Family, I would like to send my sincerest condolences and sympathy for the sad and untimely loss of Steve. Steve was a most definitely a “light Soul” and will be deeply missed by everyone who had the privilege of knowing Steve and working with him at Pioneer. My thoughts are with you all at this very sad time.

Mrs Karen Peacock

On behalf of all Steve's friends and colleagues at Pioneer Europe we express our deepest sympathy. Steve was loved and respected by us all. We will miss him terribly but know that he will never be forgotten and will always hold a special place in our hearts.

Pioneer Europe Ltd

Dear Sue & family, its so sad to hear of your loss and I hope you can find some comfort in knowing that Steve was liked by so many. Steve was an avid mountain biker and I had the pleasure of his company on many rides, more so in the last year. He will be truely missed but not forgotten by myself and all the biking community that know him. I can still hear "best trail of the day" in his distinctive accent combined with that big smile.

Mr Jeff Saunders

My deepest condolences go to Sue and his family during this difficult time. Steve was a great leader but most importantly, someone who meant well and cared for others. Steve always went the extra mile to help us and he always made us laugh. I am grateful for the memories shared. He will be missed by everyone at Pioneer.

Miss Ana Mclachlan

Dear Sue and family, We are so very sorry to hear of the loss of your dear Steve. He really was a lovely man who will be deeply missed. It was a pleasure knowing and working with him. Our love and thoughts are with you all at this, the saddest of times. Jill and Jeff Gray xxx

Mr & Mrs Jill and Jeff Gray

I am so deeply saddened by the loss of Steve, who had become a true friend over the nearly two decades that we had known each other, and my thoughts and prayers go out to Sue and his family at this incredibly difficult time. I will miss his cheeky banter and his (hidden) caring and generous side that he showed me on many occasions. He will be missed terribly by everyone.

Mrs Chloe Leman

Steve, you will be dearly missed ❤ the only one we could always rely on for Friday afternoon drinks down at the Nags Head and the endless banter in the office! My deepest condolences go out to Sue and the family during this difficult time! Ishani xx

Miss Ishani Dubb

My deepest condolences to your family, my thoughts are with you all during this very difficult time. I have had the pleasure of Steve being my manager and more importantly my friend for the past 12 years. You have helped, guided and supported me during my time at Pioneer and also in my personal life. Work will not be the same without you. You will be dearly missed by everyone at Pioneer, the office wont be the same without your weird but wonderful sense of humor.

Mr Kevin Fiifeld

Steve, it has been a pleasure to work with you over the last few years. We were all devastated to hear of your passing. Sending our wishes to all of Steve's family, friends and colleagues during this very difficult time.

Elevation

Steve, like most of us I am still in shock at your passing, you leave a big hole in many lives and you will be remembered fondly and forever. Sue and family I cannot imagine your pain but hope there is some consolation in the knowledge that Steve was much loved by so many. Lois and Alastair

Mrs Lois Devlin

Steve, it's hard to believe you've gone from our lives. You were one of a kind, an amazing sense of humour, your cheekiness, a generally great bloke. I will miss you stealing my fruit and watching you concoct those smoothies. It was my pleasure to have met you. My heart goes out to your family, I cannot imagine the pain you are all in. Debs X

Mrs Debs magill

So sorry for your sad loss

Mrs Linda Norton

I have such tremendous memories of us in our teenage years, obsessing over David Bowie, Kate Bush and The Smiths. I will always remember you through music and every time I will think of your infectious laugh, silly antics, and mischievous grin (and probably your Garfield slippers). You were the boy next door and my best mate and I’m forever grateful that we shared our formative years. I will never forget you 😎

Miss Catherine Davies

Dear Sue and all of Steve's family, when ever Steve rocked up in his van and rolled out his beloved Sonder you could always be sure of a cheeky grin and giggles as we chased down single-track. I will miss him greatly on our rides. A complete shock, my condolences to you all.

Mr stephen bramwell

My deepest condolences to your family. xx Stephen was truellly one of a kind With a great sense of humour and personality. He will be greatly missed by all of us at Pioneer. I will miss him stealing my bread for toast and pink and white wafers. Make them laugh Stephen up there and show them your John Travolta moves. Truelly a kind and fun loving friend to all that know him xx Tracey Reeves

Miss Tracey Reeves

Our hearts are deeply saddened by this unexpected loss. We hold you close in our thoughts and wish you strength and peace during this difficult time. ❤

Mr & Mrs Jag & Susan Dhillon

So sorry for your loss Sue, Steve has been a part of my life for 26 years and he will be sorely missed but never forgotten. Our ‘Pirelli’ get togethers at Stortford will never be the same but there will always be a drink on the bar for him. God bless my friend. Karl, Dawn, Jake & Josh.

Mr Karl Curtis

Life is so precious, and so unpredictable. We are truly blessed to have had so many years to be friends with Stephen and your family. Sue, our hearts go out to you and your family during this impossibly difficult time. This is so heart breaking, I wish I could be there to give you a hug. Love, Connie & Bob

Mr & Mrs Robert & Connie Glogowski

Steve was a wonderful person who helped so many people. He was a good friend and I will miss him so much. But, my condolences go to his family who have lost someone so special.

Mrs Kita Lupprian

I will miss Steve so very much. He was a great work colleague and fun friend. My thoughts are with his family at this time and hope they can find comfort in each other and with the wonderful memories they have of Steve.

Mrs Carmen Shivers

Steve, One of the last times we spoke, we talked about how you liked to support a homeless charity each Christmas. Unbeknownst to me, you then made a significant donation to my sponsored walk for Shelter. I didn't have the chance to say thank you. It was a pleasure to have known you. You will be much missed by us all.

Mrs Julie Dommett