28/06/1979 - 21/06/2017
Cumulus Chapel, Bunurong Memorial Park, 790 Frankston Dandenong Road Dandenong South
Friday, 30 June, 2017 at 10:00 am
Steve, Words cannot express the loss that is felt when a true mate leaves our existence to journey to another as you have friend... Memories of the past years, the laughs and the fun times always held close. Thank you Steve for being a wonderful man for being you. Shine always.... xx My sincere condolances to the Curtis family and friends. RIP
Steve, What a true champion you are. All the fun times we had and awesome memories. I remember when you built our special garden beds. When you showed me how to make the souvlaki on the BBQ. I remember the fun at our Echuca men's camp and learning new skills. You will be sadly missed
To dearest Steve, Anyone who dedicates their life to others in need is a true angel. Anyone that helped or cared for my Son was / is / will always be my hero and inspiration. Your selflessness and pure heart is a reflection of the type of people we should all aspire to be and people like you make the world a better place to be. Even though you have left the earth your spirit and legacy lives on in every child and family you helped. To your wife and beautiful family everyone of us will rally around you like Steve did for us you will never be alone. Your beautiful children have had the privilege to learn from a truly good selfless person and will carry that with them always. My love to you all - Sarah Kewming and Levi Goulding
Dear Steve I am so sad to lose such a wonderful friend to my family - especially to me and my boys, Daniel and Patrick. The first day I met you I knew we would be fast friends - you were so excited to work with our children and get to know them. You had such respect for each of them and you always expressed a desire to do more for them. We did some awesome activities with you and you went above and beyond for all of us. Our end of holiday BBQs when Emma and your gorgeous kids would join us were so enjoyable and we were so blessed. You were a champ cooking up those snags. Daniel ate his first BBQ'd sausage cooked by you. You were so proud of your family and when you spoke about them you had a sparkle in your eyes. It hurts to know that your children won't have you to guide them through their lives but your love for them will last many lifetimes. I will miss you Steve. You had such a compassionate and generous soul. I will always remember the crazy fun we had during the school holidays. My boys will remember those times as well because they were so "awesome". RIP Steve, my friend - you were one in a trillion billion.
Deepest condolences to you Emma, that kids and your families. So saddened to hear of Steve's passing. Sending much love and support to you xxx
You were such a great bloke Steve, and it was a pleasure to work alongside you as a colleague. You loved your family, cars, bikes and Hawks and shared your passion with everyone at Blairlogie. The staff and clients will remember you always. So, Rest in Peace. Ash Moon
Thinking of you Em, Jack, Tom, Elise and Will. Such fond memories of catching up with you at the Gold Coast, sharing our love of the Hawks and the kids jumping on the tramp. Much love, The Velkov xxxxx
Words cannot express how sad we felt when we heard of your passing Steve.Send condolences to Emma & your 4 beautiful kids.Working with you at Blairlogie was such a pleasure always had my back when dealing with behaviours could count on you.So many great memories of you being the joker.One or many comes to mind.Last day of work it was hot so you would wet everyone with bucket of water you clown...Shine bright in that sky Steve.Today is your Birthday 38.Happy birthday.Hope your having a few drinks.Friday will be a sad day as we say good bye.RIP
Your time was cut too short , you were a mate and a brother , we worked together , played together, drank together. You had a future and were making your dreams a reality not only for yourself but for everyone you loved . A generous soul that showed immense kindness to many . I have missed catching up with you and now I never will .But my memories of the good times will never fade , And when I speak of you I will let them know of how you Lived and Loved for them . Peace for always my friend .
Our hearts broke for you all at the terrible news. Marc, the kids and I will treasure all the memories we made together on your trips to Coffs Harbour, it was always so fun and adventurous! Catching fish, surfing, eating seafood, beach walks and more. You and Emma made such a great team and are wonderful parents. Jack, Tom, Elise and Will are delightful and are evidence of that. We know they will carry you with them in their hearts. Sending love and strength xxx
Words cannot describe the sympathy we feel for Tony, Maureen, Sarah, Michael, Jade and especially Emma and their four children. Over the years at Autism Plus, Steven worked tirelessly and selflessly with many individuals and families, often improving the quality of their lives. Steven’s contribution, not only to Autism Plus but also the wider disability community will be sorely missed. Thinking of the Curtis Family at this difficult time. From all the Staff, Families and Friends at Autism Plus
Dearest Maureen, Tony, and Sarah ,Emma, Jack. Tom, Elise and Will, Michael, and Jade , Stuart and Anne. And the rest of the family. All i have to give are my heart felt hugs and my deepest sympathy and Love too you all..
Mate ..... I'm am beyond words. As a neighbour and a friend I couldn't ask for more. we shared a lot of firsts for me here in Australia. First mate, first boys camping, first 4WD, first family camping, my first dog, the first person I could ask to look out for our place. Now I have the misfortune to have you as the first mate who is taken too soon. I will miss your banter , I will miss your laugh when you get the better of someone , I miss those mockersons you used to wear , I will miss the shite I had to listen to about hawthorns winning 3 premiers in a row, I miss the laughs we had together , I miss YOU mate.
Im gonna miss Steve Curtis
I miss u os Mach u my favourite mate I have
I miss u os Mach u my favourite mate I have
Cant believe u are gone little brother , I have missed u for so long, never meet your children but often look at the photos u have put up . the pain of your passing must be unbearable for your mum, dad and other loved ones . u were always kind to me and I will never for get out times together , I remember your warm hands and your Spider-man pj"s and u jumping on the beds !! heart broken and sad at your death , love u for ever Rip
Dearest Stephen, Never n a million years did i think we would ever have to do this for you so soon. Amidst so much sadness there is so much happiness, for those who got to be a part of your life.
Even if they only shared a small part they were all blessed .
For my family it was life changing to say the least..We came to be foster siblings, (family by love not blood) but the same. The sacrifices that were made by your parents and you and Sarah were selfless. From the first moment i met you, you had my heart . You were cheeky, inquisitive and fearless. But most of all you were caring and loving and became a super role model that everyone looked up to. And how everyone around didn't go crazy at some of the spills you took along the way i will never know.. I will think of you always, and as i gaze to the stars at night there you will be shining the brightest as the star that you are. Love always and forever , Liss as you called me ; Lauren, Cameron and Brett. xoxxoxoxoxo