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Lindsey Funeral Homes

473 South Main Street, Harrisonburg, VA

OBITUARY

Steven Allen Poteete

October 28, 1963January 3, 2020

Steven Allen Poteete was born on October 28, 1963 and passed away on January 3, 2020 in Harrisonburg, Virginia.

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Donna Welsh

January 17, 2020

The day of your passed away you posted a song Where rainbows never die. I cant keep that song off of my mind a friend shared it too me off your page . I find great meaning in that song. I regret not going down to Kenny's the last day you were up here. Seth is getting good on playing the guitar you would be proud. Love and miss you forever .

Ray Sibert

January 17, 2020

Steve was a few years older than me. I remember looking up to him and his brother Keith growing up. They both got me in trouble quite a bit as I was the perfect scapegoat "birdie did it" You were more than my cousin you were my friend and you will be dearly missed

Ray

Dawn Marie Dunford

January 17, 2020

That are so many memories with my Uncle.. I was his Dawnie.. I used to always make him his coffee because I made it best.. He used to love scaring me and his daughters by rolling his eyelids back and playing with his fake teeth.. I loved to listen to him play guitar and enjoyed hanging out with him.. He was a jokester too.. I loved his laugh.. I could go on and on.. Love you Uncle Steve and I'll miss you!!❤😢😭😭😭

Donna Welsh

January 17, 2020

Steven Poteete was the father of 2 daughter's. He had 3 nieces and 4 nephews. 2 Great nieces and 6 Great nephews. He loved riding his harley, playing guitar, shooting his guns and have a cold Budweiser. Steven was a good family man who wanted us all to pull together as a family. I miss you uncle Steve. Love always your first niece Donna Lynn as you would call me Betty Smith knees. Forever in my heart

Donna Welsh

January 17, 2020

Remembering being a child having my Uncle Steven and Uncle Keith pushing me down a big hill on my kid tractor knowing I was going to crash and they kept doing it. My green Army Shirt my Uncle Steve got for me . The giving of the wedgie to my brother. The pull ups Uncle Steve taught Sarah I believe how to do. The love of his guitars and guns. I'm going to miss you very much love you always your first niece