Stephen Barrie Steadman
10th June 1957 - 1st February 2023
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by Elgar


We have set up this page for anyone wishing to pay their last respects to Stephen after his sudden passing in February. 

Please share your thoughts and memories as you see fit.


  1. James Bish

    Steve my friend, you brought a joy to my day and you helped give my life purpose. May you rest in peace and find the happiness you deserve.

    Much love old boy x

  2. Eliza Nowak

    I’m so sorry to hear you gone… you was such a lovely and humble guy we all will be missing you.


  3. Lynne Wrighton

    Lots of memories when we were small children, all of us off to Nan’s every Saturday.

    We played in the garden for hours digging with spoons, then took turns sitting in the sink for a wash before we went home after the football results were on the Tv, we had to sit in silence while Grandad wrote them all down.

    One trip to the park we must of all of been aged between 5~8yrs old.
    The 4 (cousins) played and Alan got his head stuck in the round about we couldn’t stop laughing our Dad’s didn’t find it funny and eventually got him free 😂

    R.I.P ❤️ Steve taken too early, you will always be in our memories. love Lynne & Aunty Marge ❤️

  4. Russell King

    Rest in peace to a true gentleman!
    I’m really sorry I didn’t get to know you better!Xxx

  5. Shirley Seager

    For Steve (my big Brother)

    I still find it hard to believe you’re gone and we won’t get the chance to reminisce about our youth any more. You were my first friend and I am very happy about that.

    I hope you are now at peace and your battles are over, I am proud of you whatever.

    This sums up my feelings for you:

    “You will always stay loved and remembered every day in my heart”

    God bless you and Rest In Peace, until we meet again.

    I’ll love you always.

    Shirl (your loving little Sister)


    • lesley rhodes

      Rest in peace Steve,
      glad I got to know and work with you.

  6. Alan Fewtrell

    Such fond memories back in the 60’s, pitch and putt at Sandwell Park, shopping on Soho Road, helping with your paper round, playing down the railway and up the Baggies. Life was so much simpler back then. We last messaged each other back in August 2020 when we were both researching our common ancestry. Rest in peace mate, cousin Alan x

  7. Miles Key

    I’ll miss you mate x

  8. Julie

    So proud to call you my friend.
    You were a true gent who brought laughter and wisdom into my life.
    I miss you. Rest in peace and know that your memory lives on.
    Julie xx


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