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Bud so sorry to read of your son's passing.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and Steven's family.
Sincerely Ken & Mary Heiland
~ Ken & Mary Ann Heiland - February 3, 2020
I've know Steve Mallory for long Time. I hadn't seen him for long time til last year when his dad brought him in to Marian Dental Clinic treatment. So sorry to hear of his passing.
~ shelly Watkins - February 2, 2020
I'm so sorry for your loss, Bud. It troubles me deeply that someone so young is snatched away in death. It's not the way God intended for it to be. Our hearts are heavy with grief now, but soon we will rejoice when we welcome our loved ones back to a cleansed earth. Psalm 37:29
You are in our thoughts & prayers.
Phil & Marti Siple
~ Marti Siple - February 1, 2020
Racheal, Chris and Lexi
Am so sorry for your loss. This has to be hard for since it was also on your mom birthday. I know that it was at time hard to see eye to eye with your dad. However you guys are strong.Praying for you.
~ Monica C - January 30, 2020
So sad to hear this!! Steve was such a loving and caring man. I’ll miss you buddy!! Liz you are such a wonderful person I’m so sorry for your loss. Steve loved you dearly and was always talking about how grateful And lucky to have you in his life and always by his side. You are an amazing woman!! Love you dearly!! Always here for you love ?? sending prayers to all his loved ones and family ??
~ Kristy Newman - January 30, 2020
Dear Stuart Sr and Liz (and family)-
My heart goes out to you during this trying time. Take comfort in your good memories. I remember Steven as kind, full of laughter, strong-headed -never with mal-intent , lover of hot rods and amazed by animals. I'm glad I had the opportunity to meet Steven and am heartened in knowing that he is at peace.
My condolences ,
~ Adaire Perkins - January 30, 2020
I met Steve when he and Liz came in to tan at my salon about a year ago, Steve was such a kind man, always made us laugh when he'd come in. Some of favorite moments was when he told me his favorite part about tanning at Oasis was the free jolly rancher, one day I had my daughter Olivia distracted him with conversation while I put a whole handful of candies on his bed. :-) He was so happy when he found him. Another moment was when he'd talk about how he couldn't wait to see his son, he mentioned it had been a little while and he was so excited to go see him. I think a main reason we bonded with them so much was because my daughter is also partially blind and they shared stories of their struggles and he always made it a point to hug her goodbye. It always warmed my heart in how caring and loving Liz was with him and took the time to help him in to his room, I have so much respect for you on how well you helped and took care of him when he needed you, as I am that person for my daughter, I know the struggles and I'm so glad Steve had someone as strong as you. Like I said Steve was a very kind and sweet man and we were very blessed to have had him in our life. Rest easy Steve. Thank you for the laughs and hugs.
Amy & Olivia
Oasis Tanning Salon
~ Amy Bahm - January 30, 2020
RIP Steve you will be missed.
~ Karen Gibbs - January 30, 2020
May god comfort him in his loving arms
~ Deana Sample - January 30, 2020
Steve and I were good freinds over the years, meeting when my parents moved in the neighborhood while I was in high school. I became quick freinds with him and Racheal. Wrenching on cars and causing trouble is what we did best. Lol
Over the years we lost touch but, my heart goes out to Chris, Lexi their mother Racheal and the rest of the family. Prayers for you all through this time.
~ Steven Leary - January 30, 2020
You and I had tried to make amends over the last several months, and shared many laughs recently. The one day a couple of weeks ago when I spent the day with you, reminiscing, and listening to music, you seemed so happy that day. We drove to McDonald's to get the kids some lunch, and as we were sitting in the drive thru, you said, "This was part of our first date." I asked you how you remembered that, and you told me you even remembered the exact booth we sat at. You reminded me that I was too embarrassed to eat in front of you, and how you couldn't believe I had chosen MCDONALD'S to eat! You told me that evening to choose a nice restaurant of my choice! The kids even saw how happy you were that day. We had planned on getting together on future occasions, when you weren't busy, because you had said it was nice being able to be friends, and possibly do things together with the kids at times. You mentioned to me several times over the last few weeks, how it was nice to be able to talk and laugh, like we used to. The one night, recently, we stayed up until almost 3 am talking about silly things that we did as "youngsters". (Your words!) We had some rough times over the last few years, but we seemed to get past them. One thing's for certain, we raised two beautiful, and very intelligent children, with bright futures. I know how proud you were of the both of them. They both have their own personalities, but they also, both remind me of you in their own ways. Lexi makes a silly face, and does a particular thing with her lips, that you have also always done. When she makes that face, I ALWAYS tell her, "You look just like your father." Or I will just simply call her, "Steve." Chris, plain and simple, looks JUST like you. There are things he says or does, and I will just look at him and say, "Ok, Steve." At times, I will hear him speaking in another room, and swear it's YOU! Things haven't always been good between us, but I am so glad the both of us were able to be friends. Please watch over our children, and beloved grandchild in heaven, that was obviously too beautiful for earth. I remember how excited you and I both were, to become grandparents. The kids are suffering tremendously right now, and are left with many questions and regrets. There have been some odd occurrences that have taken place over the last couple days, that leave us wondering, are you looking over us all? Lexi, Chris, and I have all heard special songs that meant something to each of us, in some special way, directed towards you. Songs we hadn't heard in quite some time. Lexi also saw an orange Camaro TWICE in one day this week. All I can do at this point, is be there for our children, and hug them as tight as I can, and reassure them that things WILL get better. I only wish you could have been here long enough to see your baby girl receive her DVM license in the next few years. She's going to make an EXCELLENT veterinarian. And Chris is working his way up in the IT world. I know with your passing, this will make our children work even harder, to make you proud.
~ Racheal Mallory - January 30, 2020
Chris and Lexi I am a friend of your Granddad Tom. I have heard about both of you through him. He was so happy and proud the day you each were born. I am so sorry for the death of your dad. It's very hard to loose a parent and heartbreaking to know you can't talk to him here on earth but you can talk to him anytime now as his spirit is with you. You are wonderful kids and lean on your great mom and your wonderful granddad and grandmother Petersen...Know that Jesus loves you and I will pray for Jesus to hold you in His arms and give you His peace and comfort.....Love and heartfelt prayers for you both. Linda K.
~ LINDA KISTNER - January 29, 2020
Miss you brother one of my best friend's
~ Jason Goins - January 29, 2020
I never Had the privilege to meet you Steve but I feel like I have because meeting your children as they carry a piece of you with them and always well. I know you will be looking over them and protecting them from above which will be a comfort to them for the rest of their lives. It is so hard to lose a father that they are still young adults. Although they will feel a large void missing you their memories of you who carry them through the rest of their lives. May you rest in peace with the angels. Lisa
~ Lisa Luscombe-McGinnis - January 29, 2020
I want to send my condolences to Lexi and Chris for the loss of their father I know both the kids and they're really good kids and they love their dad with all my love to Lexie and Chris and also to their mom Rachel I love them all very much you got to go
~ sharon dempewolf - January 29, 2020
Words can't describe how sorry I am for your loss! I know you two had plans to get married, travel and lots of other things. He actually called me the Thursday before he passed away and was telling me about how much fun he had the day before going on a little road trip with you. You two were always going on little adventures together, often times including me on some of them. We even talked about how much fun we all had together on NYE and how much he was looking forward to the Super Bowl!
For the last year I have lived in the same apartment building as Steve and there were times I would be sitting in the living room and I could tell when the two of you were just getting back from somewhere because I could hear the two of you laughing. Sometimes I would open the door and holler down at the two of you love birds to get a room, LOL! It is going to be so weird to not see you over there all of the time, or to pull up and not see Steve standing outside. Steve was so lucky to have you in his life. You were always over there looking out for him or helping him do things he wasn't able to...often times I witnessed it first hand. Even when you weren't there, you were still always looking out for him because there were times you would call me when you couldn't reach him and ask if I would go down stairs and make sure everything was okay. It was obvious to those of us there to witness it, that everything you did for Steve was a testament to the love you had for him and how much you two cared for each other.
I am grateful for the many of times the two of you included me, often calling me and asking if I wanted to come down for dinner. There were even times that Steve would hear me come home and he would pop his head outside and ask me if I wanted pizza because he was getting ready to order some. Speaking of hearing...I'm not sure how we are going to know who is coming and going in our building anymore. Steve always knew who was coming and going even without being able to see them...he knew the sound of our cars and footsteps on the stairs. You know me...I'm always running late for work or running off in a hurry somewhere. There was one day I was visiting with him and he said "you actually left early for work yesterday". I said "yes, Steve, I had to drop my car off at the mechanics place and meet my mom there so she could take me to work", lol. If you wanted to know if anyone came during the day, he could tell ya. I almost called him Saturday night around 9:30 because Christina and I both got home at the same time and were both walking up the stairs, one behind the other. I wondered if he could still tell who it was walking up the stairs or if we had thrown him off. He and I loved giving each other a hard time and joking around.
My girls absolutely adored Steve and I know that he adored them too! Having only one bathroom in the apartment and three of us living there, sometimes resulted in the bathroom being occupied when another one needed to desperately use it...when this would happen, I would tell my girls (whichever one it was at the time that needed to use the occupied bathroom) to run downstairs, knock on Steve's door and just walk in and tell him who you are and that you needed to use the bathroom. He would always laugh about it! They are going to miss him dearly!
I too am going to miss seeing Steve all of the time. He was always looking out for me and telling me if I ever needed anything to let him know. I greatly appreciated that because it was the first time I had ever lived on my own in my entire life. Having him in the same building and you over there all of the time, really helped me adjust to life on my own...it helped give me a sense of peace. It just isn't going to be the same anymore without him living there and you always being there. It was like we were all one big family and I will always treasure that and be thankful for the both of you!!
~ Mandy Patek - January 29, 2020
I’m so sorry you lost your love. I will always cherish the memories of the times I spent with you and Steve. You had his heart and I know he’s sending you hugs from above. He will be greatly missed.
~ Teri Godsey - January 29, 2020
I am deeply saddened by Stevens passing. My heart goes out to Stuart and the rest of the family. I will miss seeing him at work and joking around about everything. He was definitely one of my favorite human beings. May he Rest In Peace and fly with the angels now. Respectfully, Rena Staats
~ Rena Staats - January 29, 2020
To My Family. I just don’t know how to deal with this. Days, Months, and Years have gone by, and You think, (I’ll go try to see My Little Brother in a couple weeks) Well like I said, days turn into weeks, and then into months. And then before You know it, it’s been a year or more. Precious time that You don’t take out of Your “so called” busy life, to go see Family. Any FAMILY for that MATTER. Especially My Little Brother Steven, that has been sick for over five+ years. One day We talked on the phone..and He said, “Sis, will You help Me meet a Girl?” I asked Him, “how?” He said to Me, “ put My Pictures on “PLENTY OF FISH” and find Me Someone to meet.” So, I put a Profile on there, and ALL OF THESE WOMEN were texting My phone (thinking I was Him while I was trying to work at My job at the Post Office. (Where We can’t have our phones out) He met a couple of Women. He didn’t like them. Mind You, I, Richelle, His Sister, had to text with these Gals, and I was so afraid I’d drop My phone and Someone would think I WAS TRYING TO MEET A WOMAN!!! Finally, I saw a really Cute Gal, and Her name was Liz. And I told Her She was cute, (for Steve’s Sake) and asked Her if She’d call..STEVEN..NOT ME. I was the go-between! And that’s how Steven and Liz Met. I, to this day, think that She had a lot to do with Steven making it as long as He did. Because in 2015, it didn’t look good then.
And, if it wasn’t for My Father, taking Steven to His appointments, helping Him with paperwork, shopping for Him, and the many other things that I can’t possibly list, Steven probably wouldn’t have made it as long as He did because of My Father. Our Father has been through a lot these past five+ years. And He should get CREDIT where Credit is due.
Yes, Steven IS IN A BETTER PLACE. . but, You wish You were able to say goodbye.
Chris and Lexi, I’m sorry for Your loss. You both are two good Kids/Grownups..and always know, Your Dad will watch over You. (Like You said Lexi, watch for the signs: ORANGE CAMARO..(Butterflies, Cardinals, Hummingbirds) You always loved birds. Read about their meaning Sweetheart.
Chris, what can I say, You are JUST LIKE YOUR DAD! You are crazy about Cars! Your Dad has got Your back Kid!
Stuart, this is the hard part. Giving You and Steven rides on My Minibike when I knew I’d get in trouble for being on the Street with it, well , I didn’t care! It was worth You saying, “go faster Sissy, go faster!” Or when We used to ride Our Hot Wheels in the basement in circles and race at our house on Applewood Drive. Or the time Mom bought us CHEAP SKATEBOARDS and We took off down the hill when We lived in Alabama, hit gravel, and We ALL FELL DOWN! Then had to pick the gravel out of our knees! Another fun time is when We lived at White Lakes Plaza Apts. and We’d climb up on the fence and watch the Movies from the Chief’s Drive-in. One of You two got a lot of splinters in Your hands and legs but We had fun!
It’s amazing how Memories come pouring out after losing a Loved One. Guess that’s why I can’t sleep and it’s 5:30 am. All of the Memories are coming to light.
I miss You Steven. I should have been a better Sister to You. I should have been there for You, and I wasn’t. I hope You forgive Me. I love You Baby Brother,
~ Richelle Mallory-Casey - January 29, 2020
Liz I am sorry for your loss. Kirk and I enjoyed the time we spent with you two. Steve was one of a kind and will be missed. Liz remember the good times you shared with Steve and know you two were good for each other.
~ Penny Bayless - January 29, 2020
Words nor actions cannot even begin to describe the heartache that's overwhelmed sissy and I with you moving on to the next phase of life. It's hard to look in the mirror because all I see is you on the other side staring back at me. When I look into my eyes, I see yours. When I speak, I hear your voice. When I look down at my hands, we share the same hands, and I know you're there clutching onto them with yours reassuring us you're always going to be with Lex and I no matter what, and telling us to stay strong right now, and that everything is going to be alright. Your blood and spirit course through my veins dad, and everything I do is a direct reflection of you. I've always tried to be just like you dad, in every aspect of my life. Different things that I'd do or say, mom would always let me know "Oh my gosh, you look like your father right now with what you're doing!", it always ends up with laughter and smiles on our face, because it was always something along the lines of something goofy you did. Because indeed, you were a big goofball. The term "Like father, like son" is one I've always lived by. You were my super hero as a child, and all I ever wanted was to be just like you.
Dad, you and our beloved mother Racheal did a hell of a job raising us kids, which talking to you every day, I know you were damn proud of us. You're with Grandma Jeanette now, and your spirit will always be here with us, be it with me in my Camaro slamming gears down the drag strip like you once used to, or with Lexi through all of her endeavors, you're always going to be here watching over us, keeping us safe with angel wings.
We love you so much dad.
Christopher Carlisle Mallory
~ Chris Mallory - January 29, 2020
Steve. You will be so very missed. John and I both Loved our times with you and Liz. You became a fun part of our circle. Liz, I am so sorry for your loss. Hold tight to your memories I know there are many good ones. If you need anything we are but a phone call away. We Love you.
~ John and Ada Winingar - January 28, 2020
My heart goes out to Rachel, Lexi, and Chris.
Please let me know if you need anything.
Im so so sorry for your loss.
~ Carey A Elias - January 28, 2020
Liz, I am at a loss for words. This is so sad. I can't imagine losing the person that you were supposed to share the rest of your life with. You guys had so many plans ahead of you, with your marriage and traveling you were going to do this year. You were an amazing person for Steve taking care of him and always being there for him. You have a heart of gold. he was very lucky to have you in his life, he couldn't have asked for anyone better. Just know that Billy and I are here for you anytime to help you thru this horrible time. Love you.....
~ Stephanie De lay - January 28, 2020
Chris and Lexi....I was so sorry to hear about your dad. Losing a parent is one of the hardest things you will ever do. Remember the good times...that will help you get through this difficult time. Love and hugs to you both!
~ Sharon Golden - January 28, 2020
Chris and Mallory:
Sorry to hear of the Passing of you Dad.
You are in my Prayers and may he RIP.
God Bless you both.
~ Libby Smith - January 28, 2020
Steve was a very good friend for a number of years, my heart is heavy. Fly high my friend and watch over us till we see each other again. ??
~ Amber Grant - January 28, 2020
Steve, I was totally floored to hear of your passing. When I spoke with Chris, it brought back the memories of our time together. I could talk to you for hours, and did. I know it's been a little while since we last spoke but I still cared for you. I know you had your share of struggles but you knew how to make me smile. I know you will be watching over Chris and Alexis. My prayers are with them as they struggle to deal with your passing. I'm here to listen if they need someone to talk to. I'll miss you my friend.
~ Roberta Bradbury - January 28, 2020
Steve had a white camaro with a straight 6 we would go by Bud's house and he would say dad I need a V8 . And Bud would pull a V8 vegetable drink out of the fridge it was hilarious. I would also like to wish my condolences to his two children Christopher and Lexi that he talked to me a lot about when I spoke to him.
~ Matthew Younger - January 28, 2020
I still can’t believe you’re gone... These past few months with you were some of the happiest ones I’ve had in a long while and I know that they were also yours, too. Coming over and sitting and chatting with you at your apartment was something I really enjoyed doing. In fact, one of my memories is of you standing there with your arms on the concrete ledge, smiling. And that time we sat on the bench in front of the fire together. Those memories have stuck with me and knowing I’ll never see you again like that has shattered my heart. Not being able to call you anymore hasn’t really set in, either. We’d talk about silly things and other times it’d be more serious. One specific call that sticks out is when you told me that you knew grandma was near when a certain song would come on... Though, for some odd reason I can’t remember the name of the song... You specifically asked me to not think you were weird for saying that and I didn’t think it was weird at all. Especially since yesterday when I saw an orange Camaro similar to yours drive by twice. There’s no doubt that you sent a sign that you were near to me. Though, I must admit that I’m still having a hard time understanding that you are gone. I feel like this is a nightmare and when I wake up it’ll be okay again like it was last week. Though, I know it isn’t. Just wish we could have had one more day together, at least. One more time to joke about silly things and whatever else. Though, I’m glad you’re with grandma. Losing her was one of the hardest things you’ve had to deal with. She truly was your rock. It gives me a peace of mind thinking of you two together again. I really hope you’re at peace now, dad. I know you were struggling these past few years and I’m sorry I wasn’t around. That’s one of my biggest regrets I have now. Like they say “the biggest mistake we make in life is thinking we have time” and that’s where I went absolutely wrong. And now I’m sitting here wishing I could hug you one last time. I love you forever and always, dad. I can’t wait to see you and grandma again someday.
— Your baby girl.
~ Alexis Mallory - January 28, 2020
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