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Max Lee Steiger Jr.

October 5, 1952July 26, 2020

Max Lee Steiger was born on October 5, 1952 in Meadville, PA and passed away on July 26, 2020 and is under the care of Weed Corley Fish Funeral Homes and Cremation Services.

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Max Lee Steiger Jr.

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Jan Schaefer

August 6, 2020

Max and I shared the clinic office in WC Fab at the State School. Max was a great student, eager to learn about wheelchairs. He preferred to have a wrench or a screwdriver in his hand. He was a pretty easy going guy to have around. He's now strumming his Train song to the angels.

Robert Hendricks

August 2, 2020

I knew Max at San Antonio State School for about five years before he departed. Max Steiger was a kind professional who utilized music with his practice of physical therapy for the most non-ambulatory residents, including one person who loved Selena music.
He played an old Sears guitar as if it were a Martin. Max left an impression with me that lasted 20 years. My deep condolences to his family, and thanks to Margaret Delgado Gaitan for sending out notice about Max, and to Paul Valerio for locating the funeral home. Blessings, Chaplain Bobby Hendricks

Lori Carter

July 31, 2020

Mike’s sister, Carrie and I ,were friends and often her and I would sit and listen to Mike play guitar. He was a friendly, kind, man and will be greatly missed. Sympathies to his family (Carrie) and all other family members.

Nina Bowser (Taylor)

July 31, 2020

Mike was my classmate. Him and I walked down the aisle together on graduation. Loved to hear him play his guitar.....he was so good. R.I.P. Mike.

Jackie McClain Schillinger

July 31, 2020

We grew up together and I have many memories of Mike and his sister Carrie.. Both were such awesome friends and neighbors.. Thanks for all the memories and thank you for your sacrifice to treat many patients in the healthcare field, Mike! God speed....

Colleen Call

July 31, 2020

We were friends and classmates. I remember many afternoons spent at his house listening while he played his guitar, I believe Rick Miskimmin was there also most of the time. Several years ago we exchanged emails me talking about my recent hip replacement and him talking about his upcoming one. Precious memories!

Hal Rogers

July 30, 2020

Max, or Mike as I knew him, was a high school classmate of mine. We were good friends in HS, but when he moved to Texas in the 1970s to pursue his passion for guitar, we lost track of each other.

I was pleased to be able to visit him in San Antonio in 2016 when I was there on a work assignment. The years melted away on that short visit as we talked about friends, guitars and motorcycles. Mike laughed easily and the old stories flowed. I got to hear him play guitar again - man, he was good. He seemed very happy, having recently retired, and you can ask for no more than that in an old friend. RIP, Mike.
Your old buddy, Hal

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