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Steven Cook

In Loving Memory

Cook, Steven C.

Cook, Steven C. Tuesday May 14, 2024. Beloved husband of Deborah A. Cook (nee Corda). Dear father of Kristin (Derek) Coleman, Alexandra (Tanner) Knox and Tara Cook (Kenneth Kronk). Dear grandfather of Dexter, Mason, Etta, McKenna, Lane and Walker. Dear son of Carolyn Cook. Dear brother of the late Craig Cook. Our dear brother-in-law, uncle, nephew, cousin and friend of many.

Memorial visitation at Kutis South County Chapel 5255 Lemay Ferry Rd. Saturday May 25, 2:00 pm until memorial service at 4:00 pm. Service concludes at the funeral home. Steve was an American Family Insurance Agent for 35 years and was a member of the Creve Coeur Chamber of Commerce. He was an organ donor and his gift is helping up to 75 recipients. Contributions to the American Heart Association appreciated.

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9 thoughts on “Cook, Steven C.”

  1. My condolences and prayers are with Deborah, Carolyn, and family on this saddest of days. Steve was, is, and will always be one of my very best friends and confidants. He was always there for me when I reached out. He will once again be reunited in the Kingdom of Heaven with his brother, past family members, pets, and friends and I have no doubt he will be waiting to greet each one of us when it’s our turn to cross over. He will have a smile on his face and a joke or two to tell. I will miss you buddy. Your Friend Charlie D.

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  2. Peace be with the family and friends of Steve Cook. As his peer at American Family, Steve was that person who always treated others well. He has some pretty amazing jokes too. You’ll be missed, never forgotten.

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  3. Steve cook was a great man in one of a kind.
    I’m sure he had no enemies on the Earth. He always met everybody with a smile. I can remember so many fun times I had with him. He will be greatly missed by me. And everybody that ever had the pleasure of meeting him. My sympathy goes out to all of his family. Goodbye, dear friend, but heaven got another angel Va l Collins

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  4. Hanging out with Steve to me was like Seinfeld a show about nothing but within minutes we were laughing about something.. We always had lots of laughs whenever we got together over the past 44 years.You may not be in your humanly form anymore but you’ll never be gone from my mind.Love you buddy. To Deb Steve’s Mom and the family may the Lord be with you.

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  5. Steve was a wonderful person. He always was glad to see you and would have a smile on his face. When Steve and I would see each other we would go back-and-forth telling jokes. He had the best, and they were clean. Some of my best material I got from Steve. What a great guy. God bless his sweet family.

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  6. I could not have had a better best friend growing up. So many nights at his house playing guitar, listening to him sing Proud Mary with all of our friends from Mehlville high school. I am truly sadden by his passing. We were all better with Steve in our lives. Rest well my friend.

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