My Mate Steve
I have some brilliant memories of Steve some not clean enough to publish on here, we went why back to the 70's in the church choir at St Alkmunds, also in WAODS, and as his postman. I always enjoyed the crack at rehearsals, as he had a brilliant dry sense of humour. I was impressed as he was always supportive of the up and coming youngsters in the society with some good advice, most recently with my daughter Jasmine in The Mikado in March. I am struggling to come to terms with his loss, as are many others, I won't forget him that's for sure. Rest in Peace old Chap.
Wendy Hayeck ( Johnson)
18/4/2016 09:58:30 pm
I was shocked and saddened on hearing the news of Steve's passing. We went way back to the days of St Alkmunds church choir in the 1980's and with the WAODS. We laughed a lot during Sunday services ( sorry Rev Jenkins) infact we laughed a lot about everything. Stupid stuff. We lost touch when I left Whitchurch but started chatting again more recently via Facebook - he loved talking about his dogs and family. He made me laugh even when he was clearly not feeling like laughing, He will be so sadly missed by all that had the pleasure of knowing him and having him in their lives, if only for a short time. God bless you Steve. And God bless Helen and the girls. XXXX
18/4/2016 10:39:41 pm
I don't think that words can do Steve justice. He had a kind heart and you could always count on him to make you laugh. I've known Steve as long as I can remember, being a part of St Alkmunds and it is a great loss to know that he has gone. Steve will be missed. He had an ability to put people at ease, specifically in shows and driving tests and chatting to him could always pick you up. My thoughts are with friends and family. Rest in peace, Steve xx
Ali (James) Griffiths
20/4/2016 06:58:27 pm
Steve was taught by my Dad, John Moss, at SJTGS and as they had the same sort of weird sense of humour they got on really well so when we met in the Operatic Society he made the effort to tell me how much he liked my Dad, it was very sweet. We were in a lot of shows together and I've never laughed so much, he had a real sense of the ridiculous and could disarm tense moments with a dry comment. When he had a problem with his knee and could hardly walk, he still came in the show and took all the jokes with good humour. There are people who improve lives by just being around and Steve was one of those, I know he brightened up my life.
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