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April 30, 2005



If you could let me know of any arrangements, I'd be appreciative. I'd like to send flowers.


Kevin Baker

Connie's email detailed: "Elaine has not yet made funeral arrangements. She said that Steve is at Riley's Funeral Home in Woodville, (409) 283-8131, 95 US Highway 190 W, Woodville, TX 75979"

I would imagine that flowers would be sent there.



Thanks amigo for providing the update. I'd not found Connie's mail till today, and I'm captive at work, and so hadn't had the chance to post that. I'm glad you did.

And you too, Dana. Heartfelt thanks.

Sloop New Dawn
Galveston, TX


Sad, sad news.

R.I.P. Airboss


I am glad that I had the privilege of meeting Steve, a man among men, a giant, a lion. The finest of men.

Though I didn't get to know him well I mourn his loss, and offer my condolences, as poor as they may be, to his lovely and gracious wife Elaine, as charming a lady as I have been fortunate to meet.

This is indeed a sad day.


Steve will be cremated with services held from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm on Tuesday, May 3:
Riley’s Funeral Home
95 US Highway 190 West
Woodville, TX 75979
(409) 283-8131

Elaine has asked, in lieu of flowers, that you make a contribution to your favorite charity.


Please pass along to elaine the condolences of the Blastorama gang from the NorthWest. None of us had the pleasure of meeting Airboss, but we all feel that we knew him from yours, Doc's and Kim's messages.

And Jim, you haven't "fallen" to any rank, you are simply waiting for a new opportunity to better express yourself.

I'll try to pass the word to those at BoomerShoot, but I suspect that the sad news may have already arrived in ID.

Guy S.

I never knew him. But when even those unkown, who are great men in their own right, the community of man is poorer for their passing. May he Rest In Peace.


So sad. My thoughts and prayers with you, his dear friends.

Lynn Harty

It means so much to review all the kind words & expressions from all who Steve touched through the years. He was my cousin, but like our last conversation, we were more like siblings. This has been very hard for me, harder than I could have ever imagined. We have no idea what Elaine is enduring. But one thing for sure, Steve is loved, was loved & will always be loved. What an impact he made on so many lives.

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