Condolences for Steven Darryl McHenry

Shane Thompson posted on 2/23/21

My daughter just told me the news, i remember meeting steve at college park elementary school. I would ride my bike over to his house we would get into all kinds of mischief. We also played baseball together, i remember we were probably 10 or 11 years old we played for century 21 and steve was the pitcher and probably was the best and fastest pitchers in the league. We stayed friends for awhile after that and i have some great memories because of him. Brother i know you are in a good place now... And will forever be loved and missed..

 

Emily Blanton posted on 2/19/21

I met Steven many moons ago in 6th grade. We were constantly getting into trouble for switching assigned seats in Ms Obee's class. He took the heat for me a lot so I could sit behind my best friend. That goofy grin always brightened my day and I remember even as we were being told to return to our assigned seats Ms Obee even had a hard time staying mad at him because of that charm he had. Rest easy my childhood friend. Many will miss you.

 

Joanna Salisbury posted on 2/18/21

He was so handsome, although he had darker hair like his mom he looked mostly like his dad. He was a fun loving young man and loved his family with his whole heart. The last time I saw Steve was at his baby sister's wedding. He had a good time. I will always remember his smile. Rest in the arms of God Steve.

 

Maggie Landreth posted on 2/16/21

After reading so many condolences it is clear that Steve was full of life and brought joy to those fortunate to have crossed his path. Though I didn't have the privilege to know him, I know his sister, Pam. To all of you who are hurting without him, I offer condolences and prayers for peace. I'm thankful that Steve lived and clearly made a difference in your lives. To God be the glory for placing him in the world to love and be loved. May your beautiful memories bring you joy!

 

Jessica Boyer posted on 2/16/21

I met Steve in California. I am a childhood friend of Cindy's and we reconnected when I found out she and Steve lived out here too. Steve instantly became a friend of mine and my husband's; he had a personality that felt as if you'd known him for life. We went to Hawaii with Cindy and Steve in 2007 and I remember thinking about how much we all loved it there; it felt like home. I know Steve is on an endless vacation like the one we had, loved and held by the divine. I am grateful to have known him. I am sending all of his family love and solace as you walk through the grief. May knowing his light illuminated everyone he met bring you comfort and connection. I can see him, embraced by the sunlight of the spirit and truly at peace.

 

David Berbiglia posted on 2/16/21

You will be missed my friend. I appreciate our fun times together. When I heard of your passing I was shocked and saddened! We will see each other again. Rest easy my dude!

 

Gail Sloop Nicholson posted on 2/15/21

Steve was a very important part of my life as a teen and young adult. I loved him from the moment I laid eyes on him. Probably drove him crazy. He was a heartbreaker. But our friendship was true and I'll never forget him. I was happy to catch up with him on facebook over the years and share how much our lives had changed. I always believed I'd get to talk to him face to face again one day. I'm reminded of him often by little things here and there. We had a lot of great talks in our younger days and he talked alot about his brothers and sisters, his mom and dad. I know he aggravated his brothers and sisters and worried his parents to death, but he would do anything for all of them and vice versa. He was so special to me and will always hold a place in my heart. I'm so very sorry for this loss and my thoughts and prayers are with his family.

 

David Carson posted on 2/15/21

Steve worked for me at a dealership in Northern California. He was so full of life with an amazing energy. It’s been a long since I’ve seen or talked to Steve. Even with the time not talking I can remember him making me laugh with his crazy stories. I will also remember having a real good friend named Steve McHenry. A friend that had a way of leaving his memory amongst all his encounters. To his family, I offer my condolences. Your son, bother, nephew, and uncle was an amazing person. David

 

Debra L McGuire posted on 2/15/21

I didn't know Steven but work with his sister, Pam. I'm so sorry for your family's loss and will keep you all in my heart and my prayers.

 

Beth Paulsen-Spear posted on 2/15/21

Keeping you in my warmest thoughts as you navigate this difficult time—and wishing you hope and healing.

 

Chris Carter posted on 2/15/21

I met Steven through our mutual friend Joseph Turner, God rest their souls. He was one of the closest friends I’ve ever had. I’m grateful for the time he had here on earth. His laughter was contagious and he makes me laugh, even now. I don’t know who I would be without having known Steven. Thank God I will never have to find out. I am grateful to you, his family, for shaping his life, his character and for sharing him with us. He has been a source of strength for so many of his friends. Many of the best times in our lives have been the celebrations we have shared with Steven. He spoke about each of you with reverence and respect. He was especially proud of his Dad’s service and work ethic. If there is a heaven, he is in it. My sincerest condolences to you all. He was a steadfast friend to so many. May he rest in eternal peace and his memory bring each of you boundless joy.

 

Jennifer Coombs posted on 2/14/21

My sincerest condolences to the family. I will remember Steve’s adventurous spirit and his love for his family. He was an amazing Uncle to my son and he will truely be missed. May you rest in eternal peace.