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In Loving Memory

Day, Stephen “Steve” John

February 16, 1949 - January 25, 2024

  Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church on Thursday, January 25, 2024.

Loving son of the late William and Dorothy Day (nee Angove); beloved brother of Daniel (Betty) Day, Nanette (Craig) Cook, Josephine (Anthony) Lupo and the late Christopher (survived by Cindy) Day; dear uncle of Sarah (Kyle Morgan) Day, Timothy Day, Erin Day, Patrick (Mary) Kelly, Katie (Jeff) Frasier, Brian (Leslie) Day, Patrick Day, Katie (Frankie Roddy)Day, Vincent Day, Cameron, Spencer Cook and Dominic Lupo; our dear great-uncle, cousin and friend of many.

Steve was a United States Army Veteran, who retired from the United States Military Record Center.  He was a Central West End resident who enjoyed daily walks.  Steve was an avid reader and a great lover of history, art and movies.  He was a kind soul loved by all.

Visitation Friday, February 9, 10:00 a.m. until Service 12:00 NOON at KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL, 10151 Gravois Rd.  Interment Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be given to Backstoppers, PO BOX 795168, St. Louis, MO 63179-0700.  https://backstoppers.org/  and/or the Gary Sinise Foundation, PO BOX 40726, Nashville, TN 37204.  https://www.garysinisefoundation.org/donate.




6 thoughts on “Day, Stephen “Steve” John”

  1. Our prayers and sympathies to Steve’s family. Steve was such a good guy when I knew him in grade school. He will be missed!

  2. Sending prayers of comfort to the Day Family. I was a classmate of Steve’s at St. Margaret of Scotland Class of 1963.

  3. Steve is an Alumnus of St. Margaret of Scotland Grade School – Class of 1963. On behalf of his classmates, we extend our most heartfelt sympathy to his family and friends. Also know that we share in your sorrow and grieve for your loss.

    We all were classmates there during the school year as well as neighborhood buddies during the summertime, and ever since then we’ve remained friends, and have regular SMOS ’63 Get 2gethers. Steve will be missed and always remembered, particularly when we gather and talk turns to the days of auld lang syne.

    “In the end, it’s really the beginning that counts.”


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