Guest Book for Steven Weller Georgi

Provided by Crandall Funeral Home Inc.

Posted by: Patsy Lewis
Sat November 24, 2018
Sherrie, Mike, Sandi, Kim, Brad & Lynsi,

Please accept my sincere condolences at the loss of your loved one.  Steve was one heck of a man.  He may not have been in church every Sunday, but he didn't need to be. He was busy living his religion every minute of every day.  He has touched the lives of so many and will be well remembered.  A man of few words, quiet help and no need for accolades.

It was my great privilege to play on a ladies' softball team that Steve coached for a couple of years.  Those were great days and lots of fun.

May each of you be blessed with peace in knowing he is no longer suffering and is having a great reunion with his family on the other side of the veil.

Much love,

Posted by: Ed and Kathy sorenson
Sat November 24, 2018
Thinking of you Sherrie and your family. This is never an easy time but knowing Steve is out of pain and suffering is a comfort for all of you.  Prayers and thoughts are sent your way.

Posted by: Tammie Snapp Clark
Sun November 25, 2018
I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. My prayers and thoughts r with u and your family.

Posted by: NANCY SHUPE
Mon November 26, 2018

PREMIUM FRUIT AND GOURMET BASKET was sent by Summit County Treasurer's Office.


Posted by: Nancy L Ovard
Mon November 26, 2018
Dear Sandi, I am sorry to hear about the passing of your dad. He was such a nice guy. I hope you and your family can find peace and comfort in your wonderful memories. Please give your mom a hug for me.

Posted by: Dean Carr
Tue November 27, 2018
Sherri, Mike, and Brad,  please accept my sincere condolances.  I’ve enjoyed Steve’s humor since the day I met him.  Sherri, you were a real pleasure to work with.  Mike and Brad, you two are hard working guys, and honest.  I appreciate having known the Georgi family.  I know Steve is proud.

Posted by: Connie and Doyle Nowling
Thu December 27, 2018
Dear Kim and Sandi, we are so sorry we missed your fathers services and so slow in sending a message.  We were out of town at that time and time has go on.  Your dad was Doyle's age and he was a couple years older than me.  I remember him in high school and of course Doyle spent more time with him than I did but we thought a lot of him.  Love you two!