Steven Robert Austin

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Feb 27 1955
Jan 3 2020
64 Years
Coatesville

Steven Robert Austin (Dickey), 64, of Coatesville, passed away at his home on Friday, January 3, 2020. He was the beloved husband of Deborah Brown Austin. Born in Augusta, Georgia, he was the son of the late Robert Walter Dickey and Barbara Mary Surman Dickey.

 

Steve was a 1979 graduate of the Valley Forge Christian Academy. He was employed, for over 30 years, as a janitor by the East Amwell Township School District in Ringoes, NJ retiring in 2017. He was a member of the Cornerstone Fellowship of Coatesville, PA.

 

Steve will be missed so much. He was a kind gentle man that had a great love for his family. He was a man of God and his faith was who he was. Always had a kind word about people Always finding the good in them.

 

He is survived by his wife Deborah, in addition by one stepdaughter; Theona Flemmings of Coatesville, one step-grandson; Joell Knight, two sisters; Valerie Stahl and husband Bill of Gilbertsville, PA and Melissa Tallamy and husband Russ of Limerick, PA and one nephew; Josh Tallamy, three nieces; Lauren Stahl, Alissa Stahl, Danielle Myers and husband Brian and one great-niece Alexis Myers.

 

Funeral services will be held on Thursday, January 9, 2020, at 11:00 AM at the Cornerstone Fellowship Church, 101 Kylies Road, Coatesville, PA 19320. Family and friends are also invited to attend the viewing at the church from 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM.

A luncheon will be provided after at the church to celebrate Steve's life 

 

Arrangements entrusted to the Wilde Funeral Home of Parkesburg, PA. Online condolences can be posted at www.wildefuneralhome.com  

Service Date: 
Jan 9 2020 - 11:00am
Service Location: 
Cornerstone Fellowship Church, 101 Kylies Road, Coatesville, PA 19320.

Condolences

I miss you so much my precious brother, life will not be the same without you. We still can't believe its true, that you are gone. We love you so much.

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Sending Blessings and Prayers for you all at this time.... May Gods Grace and Peace sustain you all in these shocking times of his departure on this planet..... A Gentle Giant and Man of great care and Character....... I was a friend of Steve's as a child and have fond memories of him being a Man of great wisdom and Strength. Love to you Steve and May you continue your journey onward in Love,Peace and Great Light..... An Angel for us all now on the other side.........Love Patricia Schlehuber Bayuk <3  Valerie and Melissa Much Love.

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Steven Robert Austin, Loving Husband I Love You With All Of My Being, Soul and Heart. Thank You for being You! His Smile would Steal My Breath Away. He is The Love of My Life.
I have to mention his first wife (Carol) for without her Sacrifice I would not have had his Love. I Know My Steven is in Heaven. See You in GOD'S Time.

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I send this message to my cousins; Valerie and Melissa and it is with deepest sympathies on the passing of Steve.....Knowing Steve he was on the quiet side and when you got him talking you were always interested to hear what he had to say. Our many conversations around American history I will always remember.  Miss you Steve. 

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To Steve's Family,

A  part of me is missing today.  Steve, had a profound impression and influence on my life, the lives of my wife Laurie, kids Donny, Patrick and Brooke.  We are all better people because of you, my best friend Steve.  We spent countless hours togther talking about everything imagineable.  You are the undisputed King of Movies.  My tears and sorrow are selfish on my part.  You are in the presence of the Lord Jesus, I'm left here without my friend and I simply will miss you every day.  Love Don

 

 

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Dearest Valerie and Mellisa and families, 

We are so very sorry for your loss. May happy memories get you through this difficult time. 
Prayers for all of you. 
Natalie and John Warren

 

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So sorry to hear about Steve's passing.Steve was a patient of our office, he was such a nice guy. I knew him for many years but every time he came in he would ask me what my name was, I knew at his next appointment he would ask the same question. He was so funny! My condolences to the family.

Mary Jane Gramlich

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