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Steve Bendick

In Loving Memory

Randick, Steven “Steve” John

September 21, 1948 - February 22, 2024

   Randick, Steven “Steve” John passed away on Thursday, February 22, 2024.

Loving father of Patti (Donald) Poe, Julie (Tuan) Pham, Jeff (Kelly) and Tim (Heather) Randick; dearest grandpa of Cindy (Stephen) Woods, Simone (Dane) Nachtrieb, Naomi, Dylan Pham, Maleah, Tyler and Hannah Randick; dear great-grandpa of Bela Nachtrieb, Sophia, Connor Woods; brother of Joe (Carol) and the late Patrick Randick; our dear uncle, cousin and friend of many.

Visitation Tuesday, February 27, 4:00 – 8:00 p.m. at KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL, 10151 Gravois Rd. Interment J.B. National Cemetery at later date.  In lieu of flowers, memorials to the National Kidney Fund.


7 thoughts on “Randick, Steven “Steve” John”

  1. Our deepest condolences to the entire family. Steve was near and dear to our hearts. Steve was very kind, generous and funny. Godspeed Steve❤️
    Joanie Thomas and everyone that knew him from Joanie’s Pizzeria

  2. Grandpa Steve is a kind and respectful person. I am sad to hear that he has passed but he passed peacefully. I only wish that I had more time with him to talk about my future plans in the Army or even go out riding a bicycle with him. I never got the chance to tell him I got promoted to Sergeant. He is in a better place now and I hope he is a t peace. Love you Grandpa Steve until Valhalla.

  3. Steve is a former classmate of ours, and on behalf them, St. Mary’s faculty, staff, and students, both past and present, we extend our most heartfelt sympathy to his family and friends. Also know that we share in your sorrow and grieve for your loss. Special mention and offerings of condolences to Steve’s classmates and to those students, who at one time or another, were either upper classmates or under classmates of his, and who may have known him personally or “of him” as someone they passed in the hallways, shared a table with at lunchtime or maybe even participated in some of the same extra-curricular activities as Steve did when he was a student here.

    Although Steve is gone from this life, his spirit has been and always will be here on the Campus of St. Mary’s High School – the very same place it was when he was a student and where, on his very first day of class, was bestowed the eternal honor of becoming a “Son of Mary”. And just as it has been since then, daily prayers will continue to be said and daily masses will continue to be offered for him by the Brothers of Mary.

    Danny Slay
    Class of ‘67
    Former Executive Member – Board of Directors
    St. Mary’s South Side High School Alumni Association

  4. It’s funny how forgotten memories from many years past come to the surface at the most unlikely times. As a young boy, Steve had no filters; always a daring and risk taking person. When he was nine or ten years old, he climbed our grade school building up to the second floor with the intent of reaching the third floor. One of my classmates told me what my brother was up to and I rushed from the school playground to the front of the building where Steve was. There he was clinging to a ledge no more than two inches wide and twenty feet up. He wouldn’t come down until I yelled, “I’ll tell dad”. He descended immediately. When asked why he did it, his reply was “It’s fun”.
    Being the oldest brother meant you’re responsible for everyone no matter what. As we aged, life became more complicated. The disease that debilitated my brother wasn’t something anyone could control. But I still prayed to God to give me some of Steve’s pain to bear.
    I didn’t have a chance to say goodbye to my brother, which left a void in my heart. In my prayers for him, I’m saying “I’ll see you later”.
    Everyone has been so kind and considerate in this tragic time. May God bless you all. A donation to ‘The Kidney Fund’ was placed in memory of my brother Steve.

  5. Steve and I were buds from Kindergarten through High School. We stayed in touch over the years. His last home was just about a mile from where I live, He would stop by unannounced when he rode his bike and later, when he was unable to ride, would stop by on his scooter. We stayed in touch on birthdays and holidays. He would always end his texts with ” Love you, man”
    He is missed and loved

  6. My deepest sympathy to the family Patti, Jeff, lil Tim, Steve was a great guy. He welcomed me into the Randick fold when I was a teenager and I will always remember his sense of humor, his stern but inviting personality. He was kind to me before I even knew him by stopping a mob of deviants from attacking me. Then later dating Patti and I told the story not know it was Steve who saved me. R.i.P my friend.


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