Steven Bart Feldman
February 13, 1964 – July 6, 2018
Steven Bart Feldman, 54, died unexpectedly on July 6, 2018. He was born February 13, 1964 in San Bernardino, California, where he lived until 2004, when he moved to Mobile, Alabama. When growing up, he enjoyed working on his grandpa's farm, planting crops and milking cows. He loved the outdoors and going fishing. He worked as a truck driver and laborer. Those he left behind to cherish and carry on his memory are his daughter, Misty Stephens, his parents, Cloys and Rachel Feldman, his brother, Darren (Elena) Feldman, his sister, Tracy (Peter) Brauers, his grandchildren, Madison, Breanna, and Caleb, his nieces Kaitlynd and Kailee, and his nephews, Darren Jr., Jory, and Richard. He will be loved and forever missed by everyone who loved and knew him.
- Misty Stephens, Daughter
- Cloys Feldman, Father
- Rachel Feldman, Mother
- Darren (Elena) Feldman, Brother
- Tracy (Peter) Brauers, Sister
- His grandchildren, Madison, Breanna, and Caleb, his nieces Kaitlynd and Kailee, and his nephews, Darren Jr., Jory, and Richard.
- Visitation Friday, July 13, 2018
- Celebration of Life Friday, July 13, 2018
Steven Bart Feldman
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July 14, 2018
Steve the first time I met was helping another person and the one who he helped didn't know him but he didnt think twice to lend a hand. It was his kindness and good heart that made him a loveable and great person. This was a once in a lifetime friend. He was one of my best friends and he will be missed greatly. I hope I can follow in his steps to being a good person and good influence to people. I love you Steve I'm gonna miss you!
July 12, 2018
Steve was a nice very thoughtful man. Steve you will be missed a lot . Love you Glenda
July 11, 2018
Cloy, Rachel, and Family,
Your in my thoughts and prayers in your time of loss, although I can't be there, I'm there in spirit and only a phone call away. God Bless each of you with his love and peace.
My favorite memory of Steve is when we went to church. In Sunday school, Steve asked the best questions, some I never thought of but needed to know. I'm blessed to have known Steve and know he is with our Lord today.