Steven Cox

Steven Arnold Cox

Sunday, December 3rd, 1961 - Saturday, August 10th, 2019
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Steven Cox, 57, of Fort Wayne, passed away on Saturday August 10th, at his home. Steven was currently employed at Premier Auto Sales. He is survived by parents, Dearle (Carol) Cox of Fort Wayne; daughter, Andrea (Daniel) Baker of Fort Wayne; grandchildren, Zeke and Titus; and sister, Theresa Julian. He was preceded in death by his mother Barbara and his brother Allen. Steven will be cremated and private services will be held. Preferred memorials may be made to Cancer Services of North East Indiana.Arrangements entrusted to FairHaven Funeral Home and Cremation Services.
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Mary E. Hitchcock

Posted at 01:39am
I am so very sorry for your loss.I am praying for you ,for God to comfort you in your time off loss.Carol,Dearle,if there is anything I can do call me.IAgain let me say you have my sympathy for such a great loss. Mary Hitchcock

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Posted at 01:55pm
Andrea and Daniel, Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss... Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.
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Keith Kosmicki

Posted at 09:59pm
Steven was best man (or was that bridesmaid) at my wedding ceremony to Laura. While my wife was in the hospital and after she passed away, Steve would babysit my cat and guinea pig. I miss playing cards with him at Mark's house and hanging out at the Tower. I love you man.

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Tammy Snyder

Posted at 11:03am
Steve was a co-worker of mine spanning 14+ years and two employers. I want to convey my sincerest heartfelt sadness to each & every member of his beloved family at his passing. I truly believe you have lost a bright & shining light from your world and it will be difficult in the coming days & years without his laughter and kind-hearted spirit nearby. In all my work life, which encompasses 38 years, I can very candidly say I cannot recall another soul who so consistently brought smiling cheer to one's day without fail. I never witnessed Steve in anything other than an uplifting mood and his continual positive demeanor left it's mark on me. I recently heard an expression that so reminds me of Steve.... "Spread kindness like confetti". That sums up Steve in my memory. From my perspective in knowing him, Steve didn't know a stranger and he was so incredibly kind to everyone in his path. We enjoyed a few minutes of conversation & laughter on a break outdoors together on Friday... and today I relish in that memory; finding myself so thankful I had the opportunity to laugh with him one last time... even if I didn't know it then. I will remember him so fondly... as the co-worker who always cheered my day. And often, he would say this to me.... "how you doin' tomorrow?" I would try and come up with funny ways to answer him. I'll never forget it. And when I think of throwing kindness around like confetti... I'll always think of Steve. I'm grateful to have crossed paths with him.

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