IN MEMORY OF

Larry Steve Dean - Class Of 1968

Date Of Birth: 12-03-1949
Date Deceased: 08-22-2015

Steve attended Mark Smith when the doors first opened. He later earned a GED, after attending Dudley Hughes. He loved to work with his hands, and could fix anything, especially cars and houses. He had a heart for those in need, and a love for his Savior, Jesus Christ. He had a musician's ear, and could name a car by listening to the motor blindfolded. He loved any kind of motor and all tools. He was incredibly strong, and never lost a fist fight. He enjoyed riding his Harley, sports, traveling, using his tractor, building things, doing anything in his shop, eating good food (especially meat), having a cold beer, and listening to lusty loud southern rock music. He was very affectionate, preferring to spoon while he slept, and is sorely missed.

Steve Dean

On Saturday 8-22-15, after an extended cancer illness at his home in Juliette, Georgia; 65 year old Larry Steve Dean smiled as he joined his Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ.  He was attended by his wife of 25 years Kathy Dean, his mother Addie Pittman Dean, his brother Phil Dean, and his sister-in-law Sandra Dean.  Other survivors include his father J B Dean, and extended family.   Steve was predeceased by his brother David Dean, and his step-mother Elizabeth Knight Dean.

Steve was born in Dublin, Georgia; and baptized at Saxon Heights Baptist Church.  He was gifted with intellect, incredible strength, coordination, looks, and a good work ethic.  Steve loved to accomplish work with his hands, and could do anything.  He had a tender heart toward children, animals, and those in need. Steve had a musician’s ear, favoring blues rock and the sound of Harley straight pipes.   

Memorial services will be 11 AM, Sunday, 8-30-15, at East Juliette Baptist Church, 183 J H Aldridge Road; with covered dish visitation following. Bridges Funeral Home and Crematory in Gray has charge of arrangements.