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Steven Simone

Steven M. Simone

February 17, 1953 - August 9, 2020
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Obituary

Steven “Steve” Michael Simone fought a difficult battle with cancer and left to be with the Lord on Sunday, August 9, 2020. Steve was born in Capitol Heights, Maryland on February 17, 1953 to the late Ralph and Gwynn Simone.

Steve was a retired state of Maryland social worker, most recently of Prince George’s County. He was a fun-loving, energetic man who brought smiles to all those around him. He faithfully served God and his church family, the Annapolis Church of Christ. He enjoyed being outdoors riding his bike and traveling annually to Harper’s Ferry, WV and Texas to visit family. Ski trips to Sutton, Quebec were also a favorite. Steve particularly appreciated his Texas cacti and Westerns.

Steve is survived by his daughter, Jessica Smith (Kevin), his son, Michael Simone-Finstrom (Nicholas); granddaughters, Mikayla, Abigail and Thea; sisters, Elayne Murray and Susan Madden (Bill), and a brother, Jimmy Simone (Diane), and their families. Steve also leaves behind a special friend, Ingrid Chrismond. A graveside service will be held on Thursday, August 13 at 2:30 pm at Lakemont Memorial Gardens, 900 W. Central Ave, Davidsonville.

In remembrance of Steve, donations may be made in his name to the Annapolis Church of Christ (1601 Richie Highway, Arnold, MD 21012) or his Texas family’s cemetery, a historic landmark managed by the Gunsight Cemetery Association (PO Box 164, Breckenridge, TX 76424).

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Service Details

  • Service

    Thursday, August 13th, 2020 | 2:30pm
    When
    Thursday, August 13th, 2020 2:30pm
    Location
    Lakemont Memorial Gardens
    Address
    900 W. Central Avenue
    DAVIDSONVILLE, MD 21035
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  • Interment

    Location
    Lakemont Memorial Gardens
    Address
    900 W. Central Avenue
    DAVIDSONVILLE, MD 21035
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email

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Diana Kimberlin

Posted at 04:40pm
Bob and I send our condolences to Steve's family. What a nice man with such a big smile. He was always helping others, especially the older ladies. He will be missed. Rest in peace, Steve.
Bob and Diana Kimberlin
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JoAnn Mata

Posted at 11:17pm
Steve rest in God’s arms. We will miss your radiant smile. We will also miss that infectious giggle. Bob and I loved spending time with you and Ingrid. From concerts to helping friends around the backyard you always said sure why not! We love you buddy and we will miss you. Hey Steve save us a seat at the next concert we will eventually be all together again listening to Gods sweet music together!!
Love you,
JoAnn and Bob Mata
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Francis J. SanFellipo

Posted at 10:50pm
I am so sorry to hear this news. Please know that Steve is now in God's hands experiencing joy we can not imagine. Your family will remain in both my thoughts & prayers. --Frank SanFellipo, '71
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Karen Holt

Posted at 08:54pm
Karen and Lizzie Holt

Lizzie and I were texting and remembering. Here's a list of what comes to our mind; see how many you also remember: Lizzie- "retreats, Bible classes with him a lot over all of the years of my childhood, candy when I was really young, his tiny really worn out Bible, the cowboy boots, his super loud and characteristic laugh, his deep and intimate prayers, wrestling with Taylor" ; Karen- " I remembered the candy and him teaching your classes. Add to that [her list] him holding umbrellas and walking others to their car after church, his tie collection and how I teased him about what mood he was in based on his tie, all the times he manned the grill (especially right outside of the church building), the time you and I tried to confuse him with constant questions [he was always asking questions, so we turned the table-haha], when he played Bionic Crisis with me until we went through every single card, all the small group late night talks/game playing at WAMAVA, frequently he was seen as a door greeter, usher, and servant at the Lord's Table (but never a song leader that I remember- and he had a decent voice too), when he went out to the church's fruit trees and popped some fruit in his mouth although he wasn't sure what it was, his mannequin collection and how it creeped you [Lizzie] out, when I invited him to the widow's tea because of the small turnout and he talked the most, and the way he earnestly sought to understand and do God's Will and the way his sharing started with, "Well, you know I..."
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Karen and Lizzie Holt

Posted at 07:39pm
We are keeping you in our prayers. Memories we have of Steve over the last 20 years makes us smile with a tear, and look forward to seeing him again.
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