Weʼre raising £5,000 to Help fund an assistance dog for the disabled
- Stevenage, United Kingdom
- Disability support
- Time left
- 3 days to go
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For those who the news hasn't reached yet. Our wonderful friend Big Steve fell among the angels some early on the 9/11/16 very peacefully under natural and extremely unfortunate circumstances.
Steve touched the lives of many thousands from the early 1970's right through till only months ago by injecting soul, energy and life into parties with an amazing charismatic charm behind the mic and music knowledge that simply catered for all. He is a true Hertfordshire hero that maintained a strong, steady and organised business through thick and thin, even with the battle of losing his mobility,he was the forefront of party after party round herts beds and bucks.
The love, life and passion of a party was the child that Big Steve bought up from the 70s and many will agree he invested his passion and widespread knowledge in the music world into others and we will all deeply miss the spirit that came with that.
From All ages of all different backgrounds and any type of event you can imagine, he was always there making it a special time to remember.
After careful consideration the page created here will go toward a highly trained dog to live and work along side somebody physically disabled in order to keep them mobile as possible and provide love and companionship along the way. anybody that knew steve knew that he used to love dogs and swore blind one day he would have a little dog of his own so lets find the best companion we can to honour his life and say a massive thanks to the man himself. more information can be found on facebook including 'big steves tribute page' and 'Big Steves Day of Remembrance.
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Dec 6, 2016
Nov 14, 2016
Goodbye Steve, Give them a party 'upstairs' that they will enjoy forever. I feel privileged to have known you. R.I.P
Nov 12, 2016
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