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•   Gretchen Bort (Arnold)  4/9
•   Marsha Hennessy  4/6
•   Patricia "Pat" Daly (Ochsner)  1/25
•   Bill McCarty  1/16
•   Alice Hughes (Henderson)  1/9
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•   Barry Prentice  9/23
•   Bob Schlieman  9/22
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Unfortunately we have lost our quarterback:


Residing In: Pleasanton, CA USA
Spouse/Partner: Barbara Wilcox
Children: Michael Honig (biological son)

James Boring step son 1960
Theresa Laney step daughter 1961
Julie  Deane step daughter 1966


Hi this is Julie, Steves step daughter. My dad passed away with my mom and I at his side June 23, 2023. 

Before that he loved his carrier at Graniterock. He did engineering building many projects, and was an operations manager up until he got Parkinson’s and was not able to drive any longer.  

During the time he was working he also loved to help at Habitat for Humanity. He enjoyed snow skiing, bicycle riding, sailing, rving, four wheeling, he earned a black belt in Judo. He remained very active for as long as he could. Having t-1 diabetes from the age of twelve and playing tons of sports took its toll on his legs. He loved spending time at his cabin until it burnt down in the Caldor Fires(we did not tell him as by that time he was he was bed and his Parkinson’s had progressed. It would have devastated him to know, so we didn’t tell him. 

Ithete is so so much more I would like to say about my amazing dad (step) but very much a real dad to myself and my siblings. 

If any of you have photos, or memories of my dad I’d love it if you would share them.

In addition to the loss, of Steve, I must add that of Linda Sponberg as reported by Lisa Brady;

Linda died a good 10 years ago. Don’t remember date. She came out for my birthday celebration of turning 70,13 years ago! We laughed a lot as usual. She enjoyed her life, two children, a loving husband. She taught piano lessons to lucky kids