Charles Steven Hambrick
April 18, 1965 – June 27, 2018
Charles Steven Hambrick, 53, of Fayetteville passed away Wednesday, June 27, 2018 at home. Born on April 18, 1965 at Oak Hill, he was the son of the late William Edward Hambrick Sr. and Allegra Gaye Garten Hambrick. Steve was a 1983 graduate of Fayetteville High School. He enjoyed writing, theater, and the Arts. He was a nationally published poet. Steve’s Historic Fayette Theatre acting credits include “Rest Assured” “The Kitchen Witches”, “On Golden Pond”, “Somethin’ Special for Christmas” and “Jacob Marley’s A Christmas Carol”. He also directed productions of Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple-female version” and “Barefoot in the Park”. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother, David Hambrick. Left to cherish his memory are his siblings, Eddie (Bruce) Hambrick of Columbus, Ohio, Kitty Hambrick of Fayetteville, Missy Luce of Charleston, Cindy (Ray) Garrett of Charleston, and Andy (Christy) Hambrick of Fayetteville; nieces, Alyssa Hambrick, Ashlyn Hambrick, Elizabeth Casterline, and Allegra “Allie” Hambrick, all of Fayetteville; great-nephew, Preston; great-niece, Addie; and many other relatives and friends. A memorial service will be held at 2 pm on Sunday, July 1, 2018 at Dodd-Payne-Hess Funeral Home, Fayetteville. The family will receive friends one hour before the memorial service on Sunday. In addition to the above service, a Celebration of Steve’s Life for friends and loved ones is being planned. Donations in his memory may be made to the Historic Fayette Theatre, 115 South Court Street, Fayetteville, WV or www.historicfayettetheatre.com. For those wishing to express condolences to the Hambrick family, you may do so by visiting our website at www.doddpaynehessfuneralhome.com. Dodd-Payne-Hess Funeral Home will be assisting the Hambrick family.
- Visitation Sunday, July 1, 2018
- Memorial Service Sunday, July 1, 2018
Charles Steven Hambrick
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July 1, 2018
My sincerest sympathies and condolences to his many friends and family. I met Steven at Charlie's Pub and we instantly became friends. We shared many long talks, pool games and many nights I gave him a ride home. He shared his fabulous poetry with me and I will miss his loving personality and tender heart. Rest easy my friend your struggles are over. ❤
Jennifer Nunley Atha
June 30, 2018
I am so sad, Steve had such a big heart and loved life. I enjoyed many good times back in the days of our youth. So thankful to have known him, as well as the whole Hambrick clan. Prayers of comfort for all the family and friends who were fortunate enough to have been graced with his presence in this life. Until we meet again RIP., Steve, Dance with the angels until we meet again.
June 30, 2018
Share A memory? There's not enough space on the internet to share all the memories packed into the years of friendship I've have with Steve. So many inside jokes, so many thoughts and dreams shared.... right now, there's still the stun of the news that he's not here any more.
Words cannot express what's going on in my heart and head, but I am comforted by the knowledge that this only goodbye for awhile. We will meet again. Until then, I'll cherish every memory....
May the Lord bless and keep you Hambrick Family and make His Face to shine upon you....and give you peace and comfort as only He can. (Num. 6:24)
Brenda O'Neal Sgromolo
June 28, 2018
I can't believe you are gone. You have always been a great friend and you will always be near and dear to my heart. I have so many memories of you that there is not enough time to mention all of them but here is a few. As children we always loved to go under the porch and play with the school bus, weeble wobbles, and that silly sock monkey. We would go up to the third floor where the ballroom was and I would get into your moms ballroom dresses and we would just dance. We would climb the pinetree all the way to the top so that en the wind blew we would sway back and forth. We were a little mischievous to by throwing that white glue substance into the neighbors yard because she wouldn't let us go into her yard to get our ball. I personally think she deserved it because she was really mean. There are so many memories that I could go on and on forever however there is not enough time so my dear friend until we meet again.
June 28, 2018
Rest In Peace little brother until we see one another again. I will remember all of our fun times as kids and later when we reconnected. I can still hear baby Andy saying, “Duck ahead!” as we passed under the overhead bridge, on the way to Carbide Camp, and how we would all duck our heads down and you would just laugh and laugh. Thank you for all the times at Becky’s when we would sit around and remember our David. Tell him hi and I miss him more than he will ever know. Tell your mom and dad thanks for including me in your family. Rest now little brother in the arms of our Lord. To the family, my prayers are with you all as you say goodbye, for now, to Steve. I look forward to the day when we will all be together again. I love you all! Prayers of peace to the whole family. I love you all, Terri Nugen Alouf