OBITUARY

Steven R. Pride

September 15, 1958June 10, 2018
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Steven R Pride, 59, of Oviedo, FL passed away on June 10, 2018. Steven was born in Tucson, AZ but later moved to Florida and went to Oviedo and Lake Howell High School. He married the love of his life Clarissa Pride in 2013. Steve worked and retired from Orange County as a mechanic. He also worked for PWF Welding Erection LLC. Had a passion for the Beach, Fishing, Food, cars, good laughs, and his two dogs Charlie and Henry. He is survived by his wife Clarissa Pride, son Cole Pride, daughter Victoria Pride, step daughters Cassandra Doerr and Cierra Mae, Grandsons Will and Christopher Doerr, Mother Janice Pride, Brother Scott Pride, Sister Sandra Cockman, Nephews Mathew, Austin Pride, Niece Taylor Tinney, and great nieces Anistyn and Harbor Pride. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations in Stevens name be made to the Alzheimer’s Association.

  • FAMILY

  • Clarissa Pride, Spouse
  • Cole Pride, Son
  • Victoria Pride, Daughter
  • Cassandra Doerr, Step Daughter
  • Cierra Mae, Step Daughter
  • Will Doerr, Grandson
  • Christopher Doerr, Grandson
  • Janice Pride, Mother
  • Scott Pride, Brother
  • Sandra Cockman, Sister
  • Mathew Pride, Nephew
  • Austin Pride, Nephew
  • Tyler Cockman, Nephew
  • Taylor Pride, Niece
  • Anistyn Pride, Great niece
  • Harbor Pride, Great niece

Services

  • Memorial Service Wednesday, June 13, 2018
REMEMBERING

Steven R. Pride

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Sharon Scifres

September 6, 2018

My dear cousin Steve, I will always remember me & Candy spending a couple of weeks at Aunt Janices & Uncle Georges house in the summer when we were young.All of us cousins just hanging out & having fun.You were laid back yet so funny!Steve...you were a special guy...love you 💜

Joseph Wood

June 13, 2018

I have known Steve most of my adult life, he was a co-worker, fishing buddy and more than a friend. He left us way to soon and blessed us more than he could know. Steve's strength runs through his family and his spirit will stay with them.
I look forward to fishing with you again someday in a better place where the water runs clear and the bite is always on.

Sharan Fosbinder

June 12, 2018

I inherited Steve when I was hired at Orange County Fleet on 1991. Such an awesome guy to have the privilege to work with. He made me laugh all the time, often when I was suppose to be serious and act like a manager. Last time I saw Steve I finally saw happiness in his face that I hadn’t seen in awhile. Rest In Peace Stimpy. You will be missed.

Darin Back

June 11, 2018

I just moved back to Florida back in 2014. I knew Clarissa from high school so we would converse via Facebook about shooting some new photos of her and Steve at their home in New Smyrna Beach. They really had a great relationship together, I could feel it the moment I looked thru my camera. It was magic. Pure love there. I'm glad I got the opportunity to make some images when we did. Thanks to Clarissa and Steve. You won't be forgotten Steve.

Taylor Pride

June 11, 2018

To one of the most laid back people I have ever known, you will be missed greatly. A brother, father, husband, uncle, and step-father. Uncle Steve made some of the best scrambled eggs and turkey bacon I have ever had. Rest in peace. Not goodbye, just until next time. Say hi to pop-pop for us.

Paul and Vicki Moletteire

June 11, 2018

"Grief never ends. It's a passage, not a place to stay. Grief is not a sign of weakness, nor a lack of faith...it is the price of love." - author unknown

We love you and grieve with you,

Paul and Vicki

Paul and Vicki Moletteire

June 11, 2018

"Grief never ends...but it changes. It's a passage, not a place to stay. Grief is not a sign of weakness, nor a lack of faith...it is the price of love."

We love you and grieve with you,

Paul, Vicki, Jack and Kara

Mindy Machock

June 11, 2018

Our heartfelt condolences to Clarissa and Steven's Family. We met him when he helped us (strangers) fix our generator after the hurricane. He was so kind and welcoming talking about their sweet dogs they clearly love. He fixed our generator and sent us on our way with a smile on his face. It was easy to see why Clarissa would light up when she talked about her husband. Our prayers for strength,peace and healing for everyone suffering this terrible loss.

Mindy Machock and Dan White

Vanessa Hedrick

June 11, 2018

Steve brought such joy and happiness to our niece, Clarissa. We cared deeply about him and will miss him.

M L D

June 11, 2018

To the Pride family as you endure this difficult loss, may you all be soothed by means of a bright hope from God. He lovingly assures us of a beautiful future, including the dear ones we have lost. As this helps me in my moments of sadness, may it also support you. (John 5:28) Many warm condolences.