Steven Henry Fritze

June 9, 1954June 4, 2021

Steven Henry Fritze, age 66, of Daytona Beach, Florida, passed away on Friday, June 4, 2021 at Johnson City Medial Center.

There will be no formal services held.

The family of Mr. Steven Henry Fritze is in the care of Monte Vista Funeral Home & Memorial Park.


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Lashawna Graham

August 25, 2021

With deepest sympathy, on behalf of Chris Graham Cleaning Services and Big Poppa BBQ. We would like to send our condolences to the family. Thank you for the support and love you’ve showed us over the years, this truly breaks my heart 💔

Leo Guglielmo

June 21, 2021

RIP, my friend. Spent a lot of time, having good times at my favorite watering hole.

You will be missed by all.

God Bless

Leo Guglielmo
Bunnell, FL

Diane Patanii

June 11, 2021

My prayers and thoughts to the Deb, family and thousands of hearts touched by Steve. He was a big man with a huge heart and protect his Horse ladies and men like no other manager. I will always remember the support he gave to myself and family a few years ago on the passing of a sister and brother just months apart.
You will NEVER be forgotten BIG STEVE!
RIP ❤️

Dyan Rushford

June 10, 2021

I will never forget when Harvey greeted you as you moved into Bulow to start your new life at the Iron Horse. You were always a great friend to him. I am certain he will be greeting you for your next journey as well.
Much love to the incredible number people who are feeling the pain of losing you.
Dyan Rushford

Godfrey & Kim CAMMIDGE

June 8, 2021

To Steve's Family and Dear Friends, our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this difficult time. We have many wonderful memories of Steve at the Iron Horse. He treated us with love and respect and we had many laughs. RIP DEAR STEVE, Love from your Canadian Friends

Diane Kukta

June 7, 2021

Steve was always a great thoughtful man! He & Deb were always there for people in need be it an ear or a meal! They would sit at the picnic tables out front of the Iron Horse with open arms, listening to your stories & telling of their own experience & life😘 New friends or old ones, you would laugh & experience a great time♥️

Tracy Gatlin

June 7, 2021


My heart is broken. I remember the first time I met you. I was 8 years old swimming in the lake with my friends and here comes a loud motorcycle pulling up to the beach. Your sitting on your bike and ask in a loud voice, Anyone know Ernie Littlefield. I thought, what did my dad do? Is this man coming for my dad? And after that day you became my second dad. Always being there for me, water skiing, jet skiing, fun parties. Helping my dad rebuild the transmission in my first car. Fixing my second car. I can go on and on, even to this day working with you at the Iron Horse. I will forever miss you. Your laugh, Your smile and your bear hugs. We will see one another again. Love, Tracy Gatlin
The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit. Psalms 34:18

Aiyana D’Arcy

June 6, 2021

Rest In Peace Steve… You will forever be loved by so many. I will always miss our conversations about your granddaughter and your trips on your bike. You were such a great man and I wish I would’ve been there to say goodbye

JOHN Cicalese

June 5, 2021

We only met Steve a couple of times, but he was very kind to us. He especially was nice to our daughter Gianna.

Nancy Fritze

June 5, 2021

Steven, I will never forget how good you were to me as a kid growing up, teaching me to waterski at the lake, taking me for rides on your bike and always the best and biggest hugs. I will always remember your gentle giggle, your deep laugh and your sweet affection. Uncle Bill and Aunt Elenor are welcoming you as your family here on earth have lost a dear man, an angel. Praying for all. ❤️