OBITUARY

Stephen Germick

December 14, 1916February 7, 2014

Arrangements under the direction of Brookside Funeral Home - Champions, Houston, TX.

REMEMBERING

Stephen Germick

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February 13, 2014

We always looked forward to Summer visits by Uncle Steve and Aunt Rose when we were children on the farm.They took exceptional interest in all our education and personal endeavors.
Always generous and very family oriented,they will never be forgotten.
Uncle Steve loved to share old photos and memorialize the history behind each and every one.
He was very knowledgeable and wise and was happy to give us sound advice.
He lived life to the fullest. He is now with the love of his life,our Aunt Rose.
He is also reunited with all his brothers and probably celebrating in the greatest clambake ever.
Rest in peace, Love,Annette Brongo,Jean Dobinick,Joe and Steve Germick

Immie Priddy Pamplin

February 13, 2014

My family has fond memories of Steve. My late husband, Don Priddy, was part of the Texaco family who was mentored by Steve. Steve and Rose were such good, kind people. Surely there is a big reunion going on with Don Priddy and our daugher Susan. Taft Hensley, Dave Upton, Charles Clark. Hosted by Steve and Rose. And it wouldn't be complete without our friend, Tom Evans.

Jackie Clark

February 11, 2014

Buster and I are truly saddened to loose Steve. He has been a mentor of Buster's for 50+ years. He is the Godfather to our daughter, Mary Catherine. We loved this lovely man for his integrity, honesty and friendship. He will never be forgotten by this family. He now joins the beautiful, Rose as well as our oldest child, Charles Joseph Clark.

Judy Gallagher

February 11, 2014

Judy Butchko Gallagher remembers the beautiful old house in Forty Fort as we visited with Grandma Dora Butchko. My mother Helen always told us about your dear family.

February 11, 2014

My family express sincere condolence during this time of lost. Words of his life reflect's a legacy of service, & a desire to live life to the full.
May God be with your family.
The Jones Family