Steven Ray Michalk

January 23, 1959March 21, 2021

Steven (Steve) Ray Michalk passed away surrounded by his wife and children on March 21, 2021, after suffering a brain bleed. Steve was born January 23rd, 1959 to Rodney and Patsy Michalk in Austin, Texas. He made his home with his wife Diana, in Austin, Texas.

Steve met Diana while they were both working at Southwestern Bell in 1978. From the day he laid eyes on her Steve was captivated. He and Diana were married for 41 years and raised three children together. Steve continued to work at Southwestern Bell, now AT&T, for 41 years, retiring in 2020. The family’s fondest memories include camping and fishing trips, Disney World vacations, a month-long road trip through the west coast, and weekends spent together grilling in the backyard. He was a lifelong fan of the Texas Longhorns and the Dallas Cowboys, and more recently NASCAR.

Steve was a dedicated father and grandfather, remembered for his wholehearted commitment to family, and his mischievously fun nature. His wife, children, and grandchildren knew there was nothing Steve couldn’t fix. He was happiest when he was helping them.

He is lovingly remembered by his wife Diana, their three children, Melissa (Jonathan) Slayton, Amy (Perry) Nutt, and Brian (Catherine), and seven grandchildren, Theodore, Samuel, Avery, Margo, Lewis, Jacob, and Nathaniel. He will also be remembered fondly by his parents Rodney and Patsy, sister Lisa (Dale) Bohm, numerous nephews and nieces, great nephews and great-nieces. Steve joins his older brother Sam in heaven.


  • Visitation

    Thursday, March 25, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, March 26, 2021


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James Pruett

March 31, 2021

A good class mate, team mate and all around good guy. Steve had his own style and way of living but got along with everyone. The thing I remember the most is at every sporting event no one could pronounce his last name. He would just just smiled.
Kind man with a heart of a lion.
Thoughts and prayers to his family.
We'll all meet again.

Brian Curtsinger

March 31, 2021

Steve turned us on to Springsteen. He was a gifted athlete
Gods Speed My Friend!

MIchael Walker

March 29, 2021

Steve will be missed, it seems he always set his own course and never regretted the choices he made. he was always fun and charismatic and it was always good to see him . “We can never forget such a wonderful person; we all know that we should be very happy for all the good times we shared at his side. Good trip our friend; the Lord will rest your soul”

Bill Walker

March 27, 2021

I have great memories of Steve I am four years younger than Steve my brother was good friends with Steve growing up in Leander/CP
Steve was Always a nice guy even to the younger brothers of friends
I’ve always looked up to Steve , he was a great Athlete and one of the best HS football players I’ve ever seen.
RIP Steve.

Dee Anne Hinkle

March 27, 2021

Steve was such a huge part of our LHS class. I remember him as sweet and a great athlete. I’m so sorry for your family’s loss. May you find comfort in the good man he was.

Sheryl Cudd Launius

March 26, 2021

Steve was a great athlete, he had the sweetest smile and his eyes would twinkle... "My heartfelt condolences to you and your family during this time of sorrow.

Mark Pirtle

March 26, 2021

I worked with Steve for 25 years. He was a really good dude. Hard to believe he is gone. Love you Steve.

Sharon (Mcspadden). Maynard

March 26, 2021

Sending my prayers to Steve’s family
We were classmates in school
Rest In Peace Steve

Robert Shirey

March 26, 2021

My sincere condolences to Steve's family for your loss, you all will be in our prayers. I remember Steve as a warm and caring person who loved playing football and had a positive attitude that encouraged others . He will be missed.

Monte Buschow

March 25, 2021

Please accept my most heartfelt condolences on your loss. I remember Steve as a kind and thoughtful classmate and a talented athlete.
Monte Buschow