In Memory

Stephen Gottlied



 
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10/12/09 03:22 PM #1    

Mark Kaplowitz

Steve was a good guy, always had a great smile on. We used to sit in his parents basement listening to rock music. Steve called me one day to hurry over to listen to a great new record he'd just bought. It was the Grand Funk- Grand Funk Railroad album. Thanks Steve.

10/13/09 07:22 PM #2    

Gary Markwood

I liked Steve alot. A real nice guy. Played bass, we played in several diffent combinations. It's really sad to think he passed away.

10/15/09 11:43 PM #3    

Richard Vogel

I grew up with Steve hanging out with a vast group of good friends. We use to have weekend field parties and Nother Four Corners Park befor we all started driving. It was a shame to have him pass at such a young age. We had some good times.

10/21/09 03:08 PM #4    

Melvin Stanbrough

Knew Steve for a long time,was at those Parties in the NFC park that Rick talked about Just a nice guy who loved music It is just wrong that he and others are gone some way too early

11/22/09 12:38 PM #5    

Ken Radovsky

Steve was the bass player in the band we had during the Sligo and Northwood years. We hung around a lot together at his house or my house or the 4 Corners rec center field. And other places. As the years went by we drifted apart. When I found out he passed away, long after the fact, it was quite a shock. He was always a great guy, with a big grin, and he'd always have the latest records. Paul McCartney's first albums and The Who's Tommy are two that come to mind. Every time I play my drums I think of you Steve.

06/14/10 12:14 PM #6    

Debbie Lane (Brucculeiri)

what a shock...Steve and I went out in High School...then I lost track of him...He was a fun, nice guy.


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