Thinking of you all at this time. Stephen/Shelley & McKena, as well as the rest of the family I am sure you will miss him. Met him once while we were getting ready for a canoe trip. Plus at the wedding reception lol. Roy & Debbie MacKenzie
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you st this difficult time.
I always enjoyed Steve’s stories and looked forward to seeing him at Conventions.
I was President of the NSGEU Nurse’s Local 97 before I retired.
To Marge and all the Family: I have been a friend of Steve for many years both with the union and later the NSGREA. I could always count on Steve for good conversation and sound advice. Sincere condolences from Mavis and me.
We.were so fortunate to know Steve and Marge in Shelburne for many years where he and Bob worked together. Boy school families at that time were all close and one big family. RIP dear Steve
Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to Marge and family.
From as early as I can remember, my “Uncle Steve” was one of those guys that was always “just there.” He was a fixture, he was someone you could count on, someone that you could look up to and someone that could offer a young and impressionable mind, something constructive or something fun. As I grew older, some of those perspectives and many of the attributes that I observed from Uncle Steve, well those stuck with me. I am a better person now because of it. Thank you for touching my life sir, for being a true gentleman in every sense of the word and for loving my Aunt Marge with every beat of your heart. I’m going to miss you being “just there.” We all will.
My most sincere, heartfelt condolences and love to all family and friends during this difficult time.
Posted by Paul and Shirley Branscombe | 01-May-2019
To the MacDonald family: Our sincere sympathy, thoughts and prayers are sent to you. We both have fond memories of Steve during our work careers and encounters with NSGEU and NSGERA. Paul and Shirley Branscombe