Condolence: Dear Sonja, Zona and Nathan, I was deeply saddened by the news of Steve's passing. We had such wonderful times together here in Brownville. Steve and Burt made Holly, Zac and me feel so welcome and at home in Lubec. Fishing with Steve was a special treat for me. He introduced me to peanut butter cups and orange crush and to the thrill of catching halibut. My first time out, me at the helm under the gentle guidance of Steve keeping the boat aligned with the long line and Steve hauling up skate and dog fish one after another, he suddenly looked back at me and signaled me to stop. The next moment a massive fish was thrashing in the stern of the boat. It was a ninety pound halibut. That memory is one I will never forget. There were so many more. I will miss him. He was such a generous and caring man.
Condolence: Sorry to hear of Steve's passing. I remember when I was a kid in the neighborhood he would always do some crazy stuff and I thought he was like superman. Always asked him who he paid off to get drawn on the moose lottery so many times. Thank you for your service and being a good neighbor.
Condolence: Our thoughts and prayers are with Sonja and the family. Stevie will be fondly remembered, especially this summer in the hayfield. He certainly kept us entertained. We have been concerned for awhile, as Stevie has been so ill. As hard as death is under any circumstances, we must believe that he's in a better place.RIP STEVIE