In Loving Memory of

Stephen T. Steffe


Stephen T. Steffe, 66, resident of Bell passed away as the result of a vehicular accident near High Springs on Wednesday Sept. 27th on his way to work. he was employed at AKEA Design as a mechanical Engineer specializing in plumbing and fire protection. He was a Vietnam war veteran, avid pet lover and lifelong student. He loved everyone especially Christ.

Survivors include his wife Deborah, daughter Tina Renee Miller, S. Louis, Mo., sons, Stephen Steffe, Derrick Steffee both of St. Louis, Mo., step-sons Michael Stone & Mark Carroll, Mathew Carroll, Martin Carroll, Robert Carroll, all of Ga., two brothers, Joseph and Scott Steffe, both of Bradenton, Fl., sister Sandy Adams of Atlanta, Ga. and 20 grandchildren.

Funeral Services will be 2:30 pm Sunday, Oct. 1 at Evans-Carter Funeral Home in High Springs, Visitation one hour prior to service. Interment will be at 11:00 am Monday at6 Jacksonville National Cemetery.


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  1. Sharon Stone
    Sharon Stone at · Reply

    Debbie, Joe and I are so sorry that we could not be there. Please know that we love you and are thinking of you in your time of sorrow.
    With all our love,
    Joe and Sharon Stone.

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