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Peter Albro Stepp

Peter Albro Stepp

  • May 2, 1951 - May 8, 2014
  • Lee's Summit, Missouri

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I remember my cousins Dan and Pete as small children. I called Pete, "Pedie". We loved to play at my grandmother's house in Kirksville, MO. whom he called Kate!! He was the most beautiful three year old when I was five. He was born with his unique voice, style, profound love for others, and desire to stay true to himself.. always through thick and thin. He loved everyone in the family and it was truly reciprocated! I have adored

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Posted by: Becky Brittain von Schrader - st. Louis, MO - cousin   May 14, 2014

Pete was always one of my wife's favorite guys. She said he always smiled from his heart. We will miss you in peace and blessings to all family members.

Posted by: Stan and Brenda Zimmerman - Topeka, KS - Fraternity brother and friend   May 14, 2014

Posted by: Joyce Kulik - Lees summit, MO   May 14, 2014

Pam being your neighbor is wonderful. Pete loved you so much. He is the cutest, funniest & most caring friend. It is so sweet to watch him chasing around after your grandchildren. Most of his friends would love to see him chasing the Barbie Jeep, with the twins driving. Trying to keep them close with an extension cord tied to the back. Pete had this little floating fishing chair, it was so adorable to see him out in the lake

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Posted by: Joyce Kulik - Lees Summit, MO   May 14, 2014

Pete was my neighbor for nearly 6 years and in that time we became great friends. We fished together, my daughter played with his beloved grand kids and we shared meals with Pete and his lovely wife Pam who was my wife's Kindergarten teacher. I have never met a man that loved and enjoyed his life as Pete did. I can still hear him when he would call me almost daily "Hey Brian, it's Pete - your neighbor" Like he

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Posted by: Brian Tally - Edmond, OK   May 14, 2014

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