Stephen Paul Meszaros

February 15, 1945November 6, 2020

Stephen Paul Meszaros was born on February 15, 1945 and passed away on November 6, 2020 and is under the care of Kenneth L. Bennett Funeral Home.

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Wayne Kasprzak

December 29, 2020

I was sorry to hear about Steve’s death. I knew him when I was at NASA GSFC and he was in the graphic arts department doing planetary size comparisons. He and I also lived in the same apartment complex and occasionally met with one another. He was an inspiration for a trip from Phoenix to Colorado Springs visiting the archaeological and geological sites along the way. Although I never met Donna, he mentioned her often and my sympathy is extended to her, their friends and families.

Debora McCallum

December 27, 2020

I worked with Steve at NASA Goddard for many years developing and printing images of planetary moons and learning of their unique features from him. He had such a zest for life and an intense interest in the mysteries of our universe. He was a devoted and dedicated employee and friend and was greatly respected by his colleagues. He always kept in touch every year with his adventures in life. May his memory be kept on Earth and his soul soar to the planets and moons he so loved.
Fondly remembered. RIP

Jeremiah Palmer

December 24, 2020

My best condolences to the family. Also a student at Franklin Central, I started a Science Club for anyone interested. While many years have passed, Stephen was one of the ones I liked and we often had conversations on anything new in Science. We might have mentioned the ten story aluminum and plastic ball put into space to relay TV signals from England to New York. Since I lived at Meridale and soon went to Weber State in Utah,. I lost track of many great folks of Franklin but even here in North Carolina I remember the best.
From a Presbyterian Elder, may you go in peace, and be friends to all.
Jeremiah Palmer

Nancy Klatt

December 18, 2020

Dear Donna,

Our deepest sympathies in the loss of your dear Steve. Our hearts go out to you. We hope you are comforted by the wonderful life you had together and the memories you made together. May the Christmas season bring you peace and in those memories and the new year strength in knowing he is always with you in spirit.