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Celebrating the life of
Stephen K. Myers, Jr.
Passed away on February 09, 2019
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200
  • Private Graveside Service

Steve was a dedicated and loyal volunteer of the Savannah Theatre Company. I am so sorry to learn of his passing. My deepest condolences to all his family and friends.

Steve Dantin, Savannah, GA

I'm so sorry to learn of Steve's passing. I knew him from Savannah Theatre and his volunteer work there. He was a nice guy and I'm sure that he will be missed by family, friends and others in the Savannah community who knew him.

Warren Swartz, Houston, TX

Steve was such a great, loyal and caring friend to our family. He was a best friend to our brother Tommy when Tommy lived in Georgia and helped him with a place to live after Tom left the Marine Corps over 20 years ago. Steve continued to be a wonderful and thoughtful friend to our family after Tommy returned to Michigan. He called us regularly to check on us and NEVER missed our birthdays. He will deeply missed by all of us. We are all very sorry for your loss. Our deepest condolences to your family. Helen, Carolyn, Charlie, Maryanne and Tommy Kirk

Tommy Kirk Family, Clare , MI

Steve was a good friend throughout our lives. We enjoyed being with Steve through a decade or more working numerous Jaycee projects. He was Mr Dependable, always there to do what ever was to be done. We continued our friendship and stayed in touch often after the Jaycee years. Steve is missed by all who knew him. He was a blessing to all his friends.

Pam & Dale Karacostas, Savannah , Ga

Dad asked me to let you know we were sad to here about Steve. He kept up with him through the years especially his bridge playing. He would share some things with me every now and then. It would always bring back a lot of memories of growing up in the old neighborhood. Again, our condolences.

Herbie Griffin, Savannah, Ga

I'm so sorry to hear this. I have known Steve for over 40 years. He always remembered birthdays and holidays.....I have so many fond memories. My condolences to his family. He will be missed.

Joey Finch, Key West, Florida

Steve was a good friend. I will miss him.

Sandy Linn, Savannah, Ga

It is so sad to know that Steve has passed. He was someone you could depend upon to do what was asked of him and would always stay in touch and let you know the news. His sense of humor was like no one else's.

Brent, Savannah, GA

Our family is deeply saddened by Mr Steven's passing. Our kids Jax and Aiyanna loved him dearly. Mr Steven would always have a coke and a slice of cake ready for Jax. Jax always brightened up his day. He was like family to us. He will be dearly missed.

Helen Wallace and John Richard , Savannah , Ga

Stephen Krauss Myers, Jr., 75, passed away February 9, 2019, at his residence. He was born November 7, 1943, in Miami, Florida, to the late Stephen K. and Amelia Block Myers. Steve attended public schools in Savannah and graduated from Savannah High School in 1962. He graduated from Abraham Baldwin College in Tifton, Georgia, in 1965. He was a U.S. Army Veteran. Steve worked in clothing retail in Savannah for several different well-known retailers.

He was a member of the Savannah Jaycees (former vice president), the Savannah Contract Bridge Club, the Little Theater of Savannah (former president), the City Lights Theater, and the Coastal Bridge Club (former president). Steve received several honors during his life, including Life Master Bridge Player and Jaycee of the Month three times.

Steve enjoyed playing bridge, attending theater performances in Savannah, and watching the Georgia Bulldogs and Atlanta Braves. He especially enjoyed his trips with friends to Biloxi.

He is survived by two brothers, Thomas Myers of Savannah and Richard Myers of Jacksonville, Florida, their wives, and several other relatives. He is also survived by Starbuck, his beloved cat.

A private family graveside service will be held at a later date.

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Steve was a dedicated and loyal volunteer of the Savannah Theatre Company. I am so sorry to learn of his passing. My deepest condolences to all his family and friends.

Steve Dantin, Savannah, GA

I'm so sorry to learn of Steve's passing. I knew him from Savannah Theatre and his volunteer work there. He was a nice guy and I'm sure that he will be missed by family, friends and others in the Savannah community who knew him.

Warren Swartz, Houston, TX

Steve was such a great, loyal and caring friend to our family. He was a best friend to our brother Tommy when Tommy lived in Georgia and helped him with a place to live after Tom left the Marine Corps over 20 years ago. Steve continued to be a wonderful and thoughtful friend to our family after Tommy returned to Michigan. He called us regularly to check on us and NEVER missed our birthdays. He will deeply missed by all of us. We are all very sorry for your loss. Our deepest condolences to your family. Helen, Carolyn, Charlie, Maryanne and Tommy Kirk

Tommy Kirk Family, Clare , MI

Steve was a good friend throughout our lives. We enjoyed being with Steve through a decade or more working numerous Jaycee projects. He was Mr Dependable, always there to do what ever was to be done. We continued our friendship and stayed in touch often after the Jaycee years. Steve is missed by all who knew him. He was a blessing to all his friends.

Pam & Dale Karacostas, Savannah , Ga

Dad asked me to let you know we were sad to here about Steve. He kept up with him through the years especially his bridge playing. He would share some things with me every now and then. It would always bring back a lot of memories of growing up in the old neighborhood. Again, our condolences.

Herbie Griffin, Savannah, Ga

I'm so sorry to hear this. I have known Steve for over 40 years. He always remembered birthdays and holidays.....I have so many fond memories. My condolences to his family. He will be missed.

Joey Finch, Key West, Florida

Steve was a good friend. I will miss him.

Sandy Linn, Savannah, Ga

It is so sad to know that Steve has passed. He was someone you could depend upon to do what was asked of him and would always stay in touch and let you know the news. His sense of humor was like no one else's.

Brent, Savannah, GA

Our family is deeply saddened by Mr Steven's passing. Our kids Jax and Aiyanna loved him dearly. Mr Steven would always have a coke and a slice of cake ready for Jax. Jax always brightened up his day. He was like family to us. He will be dearly missed.

Helen Wallace and John Richard , Savannah , Ga


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