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Celebrating the life of
George Alan Steuber
August 28, 2017 - February 19, 2017
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200
  • Memorial Service
  • 2:00pm - Thursday, February 23, 2017
  • Skidaway Island Presbyterian Church
  • 50 Diamond Causeway (Map)
    Savannah, Georgia 31411

  • 912-598-0151

Mr. Steuber was such a sweet man. I started off as his personal house keeper before I became his security officer. His wife was also a sweet warming gentle spirited woman as well. I remember his dog Alley, which he was so crazy about. He used to show me how Alley would always find his newspaper. I will miss him dearly. He passed the day before my final day at The Marshes. I will truly miss him, his smile and his wittiness. Rest In Peace Mr. Steuber

Januel Stephens, Savannah , Ga

Our condolences to your family. Our prayers and thoughts are with you all during this loss.

Gale Fraser, Jr, Las Vegas, NV

I'm sorry for your lost. Death is never easy for anyone to deal with , because it wasn't God purpose. I truly believe that one day he will live again, because God promised his people in Re 24:4 that he will do away with death and also in Joh 11:25 clearly says that " those exercising faith in me ,even though he dies, will come to life . One day we will all be together again with the ones we lost in death and will never have to experience it again. If you would like more information, please visit one of our local Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's witnesses or visit us online at Jw.org

Kelly family, Savannah, Ga

I'm sorry for your lost. Death is never easy for anyone to deal with , because it wasn't God purpose. I truly believe that one day he will live again, because God promised his people in Re 24:4 that he will do away with death and also in Joh 11:25 clearly says that " those exercising faith in me ,even though he dies, will come to life . One day we will all be together again with the ones we lost in death and will never have to experience it again. If you would like more information, please visit one of our local Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's witnesses or visit us online at Jw.org

Kelly family, Savannah, Ga

Reading through the brief journal of your life , I am sorry I didn't get to know you better. What an amazing man who has had such a blessed life. May the peace of God be with you as you go to be with all your loved ones in Heaven. And may God give strength to Aunt Jane, Harry, Laura , Amy and their families in this difficult time.

Beth Steuben Janotha, McEwen, TN

Reading through the brief journal of your life , I am sorry I didn't get to know you better. What an amazing man who has had such a blessed life. May the peace of God be with you as you go to be with all your loved ones in Heaven. And may God give strength to Aunt Jane, Harry, Laura , Amy and their families in this difficult time.

Beth Steuben Janotha, McEwen, TN

Fair winds and following seas Uncle Al. You were the consummate gentleman and a loving Uncle. My condolences to Aunt Jane, Harry, Laura and Amy and their families.

Deb Lannen, Traverse City, MI

Amy & Rick, so sorry to hear of your dad's passing. Linda & I offer our deepest condolences and want you to know your family is in our thoughts & prayers.

Mike & Linda Olson, Ellicott City, MD,

George Alan Steuber, husband, father of three, grandfather of eight, and great-grandfather of five, died Sunday, February 19, 2017, in Savannah GA.

Born in 1928 in Rochester, NY to the late George and Lilah Steuber he graduated from Brighton High School, Amherst College, the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration and served as a Destroyer Gunnery Officer during the Korean War.  One enchanted evening, May 5th, 1954 to be precise he met Jane Fraser, from that moment forward the love of his life and wife of 62 years.

After stints at GE and IBM he joined a fledgling Boston mobile equipment leasing company serving the electric utility industry.  With the passage of the act permitting the private ownership of nuclear material the company pioneered the supply of nuclear energy to electric utilities in the form of heat supply contracts.  By 1974 when that company was acquired by The Prudential Insurance Company it was the largest private owner of nuclear fuel in the world.  In 1979 Steuber was elected president of the company, renamed Prulease, and a vice president of the parent company.  He served on the Boards of Prulease and other corporations.

He and his wife brought up a family in Wayland, MA.  In 1985 he retired to Cape Cod, MA where he immersed himself into one of New England’s premier boating and fishing venues.  With year-round golf as an enticement he and his wife moved to the Landings in Savannah, GA where he enjoyed golf and rekindled old hobbies of woodworking, genealogy, photography, and writing.  He was a founding member of Kirk o’ the Isles Presbyterian Church, an Elder in the Skidaway Island Presbyterian Church, a Red Cross volunteer and a reader for the blind with the Georgia Radio Reading Service.

He leaves behind his wife, Jane Fraser Steuber; a son, two daughters and their families: Son Harry Steuber of Germantown, TN, and his wife Patricia and their children Katherine Laird, Jennifer Deathridge and Hannah Muirhead; daughter Laura Steuber Dalton of Colorado Springs, CO and her husband Bret and their two children Daniel and Grace; daughter Amy Steuber Jablonski of Madison, CT and her husband Richard and their three children Rebecca, Emily and Sam; great-grandchildren Chase, Luke, and Melanie Laird, Josephine Deathridge and Lila Muirhead; and a brother, Harry G. Steuber of Murfreesboro, TN.

A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Thursday, February 23, 2017  at Skidaway Island Presbyterian Church.

In lieu of flowers remembrances may be made to Skidaway Island Presbyterian Church, 50 Diamond Causeway, Savannah, GA 31411.

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Mr. Steuber was such a sweet man. I started off as his personal house keeper before I became his security officer. His wife was also a sweet warming gentle spirited woman as well. I remember his dog Alley, which he was so crazy about. He used to show me how Alley would always find his newspaper. I will miss him dearly. He passed the day before my final day at The Marshes. I will truly miss him, his smile and his wittiness. Rest In Peace Mr. Steuber

Januel Stephens, Savannah , Ga

Our condolences to your family. Our prayers and thoughts are with you all during this loss.

Gale Fraser, Jr, Las Vegas, NV

I'm sorry for your lost. Death is never easy for anyone to deal with , because it wasn't God purpose. I truly believe that one day he will live again, because God promised his people in Re 24:4 that he will do away with death and also in Joh 11:25 clearly says that " those exercising faith in me ,even though he dies, will come to life . One day we will all be together again with the ones we lost in death and will never have to experience it again. If you would like more information, please visit one of our local Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's witnesses or visit us online at Jw.org

Kelly family, Savannah, Ga

I'm sorry for your lost. Death is never easy for anyone to deal with , because it wasn't God purpose. I truly believe that one day he will live again, because God promised his people in Re 24:4 that he will do away with death and also in Joh 11:25 clearly says that " those exercising faith in me ,even though he dies, will come to life . One day we will all be together again with the ones we lost in death and will never have to experience it again. If you would like more information, please visit one of our local Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's witnesses or visit us online at Jw.org

Kelly family, Savannah, Ga

Reading through the brief journal of your life , I am sorry I didn't get to know you better. What an amazing man who has had such a blessed life. May the peace of God be with you as you go to be with all your loved ones in Heaven. And may God give strength to Aunt Jane, Harry, Laura , Amy and their families in this difficult time.

Beth Steuben Janotha, McEwen, TN

Reading through the brief journal of your life , I am sorry I didn't get to know you better. What an amazing man who has had such a blessed life. May the peace of God be with you as you go to be with all your loved ones in Heaven. And may God give strength to Aunt Jane, Harry, Laura , Amy and their families in this difficult time.

Beth Steuben Janotha, McEwen, TN

Fair winds and following seas Uncle Al. You were the consummate gentleman and a loving Uncle. My condolences to Aunt Jane, Harry, Laura and Amy and their families.

Deb Lannen, Traverse City, MI

Amy & Rick, so sorry to hear of your dad's passing. Linda & I offer our deepest condolences and want you to know your family is in our thoughts & prayers.

Mike & Linda Olson, Ellicott City, MD,


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