In Memory

Steve Tinius

Steve died April 1, 2009

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04/02/09 12:07 PM #1    

Stacey Anderson (Freibert)

Steve and I grew up together in Wymberly Woods. We became friends at age 12. We played in the woods, rode bikes, and just spent time hanging out. After graduation we would often run into each and we met for lunch a few times, we had fun reminiscing about old times. Steve was friendly and easy to talk to. He was handsome and outgoing. I will miss Steve's smiling face.

04/02/09 08:43 PM #2    

Susan Nolan (Ferry)

Steve & I grew up in Wymberly Woods. He was a great friend. Steve was my escort for class day and took pictures at my wedding. I will miss you Steve!

Susan Nolan Ferry

04/02/09 09:11 PM #3    

Tammy Cooper (Becht)

Kevin and really I got to know Steve better about 12 years ago when we built our home. Steve installed our alarm system and since then, has helped our kids put systems in their homes. We went out on the boat with Steve and I was amazed at his talent to ski without skis! He bragged about his competitions in "Tennis-Shoeing" and he had the right to because he was amazing. His knee boarding skills were equally awesome. Kevin and I both regret that we did not make more great memories with Steve.

Our prayers are with his family.

04/03/09 12:55 AM #4    

Judy Barger (Sandbach)

I have gone to nearly all the class reunions with my sweet dear friend Steve. I feel blessed to have spent so much time with him and his lovely twins this past summer and fall. I will miss his visits to the office and lunches with long talks and laughter. I pray this heavy cloud will lift and leave me with the precious memories of my buddy. I will miss him deeply. My prayers are with his family.

04/03/09 04:36 PM #5    

John T Kruer

I just recently ran into Steve at Home Depot in NA. I had not seen him for at least 10 years but recognized him right off. We talked about the Bahamas and Marsh Harbour in Abaco and all the common things we knew about the area. We were supposed to get together soon and have a few cold beers and trade boating stories. I now wish I would have called sooner for that will not happen now. He was always in a great mood and smiling.

04/03/09 10:28 PM #6    

Valerie Spaulding (Clunie)

The last time I saw Steve was just this last Lanesville Heritage and the year before. We talked and reminisced with Judy Barger Orr. I then ran into him at the Dollar Store on State St where he introduced me to his twins, Fiona and Fletcher, they are adorable and you could tell they were an inspiration to him as well as his older son, Steven. We talked about our age and how I hated turning 40 and then on, and he commented on how he was so comfortable at his age right now with his young twins. I was cleaning his parents home during their time of illness and passing. His sister Barbara and I coached our girls softball team together a few years back. We were always in homeroom together and it really saddens me of his death. My prayers are with his children and family.

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