Steve and I spent a lot of time together over the years running around looking for car parts. We had a mutual admiration for old cars, model T's, and his favorite 1932 Ford roadsters. His knowledge of antique cars was like an encyclopedia. I will have great memories of our trips to Hershey and countless phone calls discussing any and everything. The value of a lifetime friendship cannot be measured and I will miss him greatly.
- Charlie Jenkins
, Wednesday June 16th, 2021
Bob and Steve had a common interest=Cars. We both enjoyed his humor and free spirit. You could count on Steve to tell it like it is and his honestly was refreshing. Even though we didn't see him often in the last few years, we thought of him and it always left us smiling. He will be missed.
- Diane and Bob McConnell
, Monday June 14th, 2021
I mourn the loss of my close friend of nearly 45 years. He was a complex person, highly intelligent, and equally opinionated. We had a common interest in old cars, but also spent hours discussing current events and especially politics. His friends and I traveled to Hershey Pennsylvania every October for the annual AACA collector car meet for over 30 years. I will miss my 4 to 5 phone calls per week and his wry, and not so subtle, sense of humor. His last years were very challenging, but he fought on trying to regain his health. Towards the end, I felt that though he wanted to get better, life as it was didn't offer much hope. I am very grateful that I had the opportunity to see and visit with him in the hospital in the week preceding his passing. He was a great friend and I will miss him greatly. RIP.
- Bill Leahy
, Sunday June 13th, 2021