In Loving Memory

Steve Earnest Ledbetter, d. June 24, 2015

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In Loving Memory

August 28, 1954 – June 24, 2015

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Steve Earnest Ledbetter, 60, passed away on Wednesday, June 24, 2015 in Mobile.

He is survived by his mother, Edith Ledbetter and his brother, Frank (Tracy) Ledbetter.

Expressions of condolence may be offered at www.hughesfh.com. Arrangements are by Hughes Funeral Home and Crematory, 7951 American Way, Daphne, AL 36526.

4 Comments

  1. Frank Ledbetter

    My brother Steve fought the good fight. As usual he showed impeccable will power and followed the program by the letter. His efforts were immense and we all thought that he would get the transplant that he needed. Sadly his path took a turn before that came to be. We all admired his tenacious resolve and grit. What an example you set for everyone witnessing this ordeal brother. You will be sorely missed and happily remembered by every one who knew you. Fish when you can and Roll Tide! Much Love Always.
    Frank

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  2. Jack Lepine

    I considered Steve a good friend. I know we will miss him here at work. I know that does not compare to the loss you are feeling. It goes to show you how precious life is, when he left Tuesday I never dreamed it would be the last time I would ever talk to him. I am very sorry for your loss..

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  3. Tim Snyder

    I cut Steve’s hair for several years. He was a wonderful kind man. One Saturday morning he brought us doughnuts from Sugar Rush Doughnut shop. I met his sweet Mother a couple of times.I knew something must have been wrong when he missed an appointment. I was hoping he got his transplant. My heart goes out to the family for your loss.I will truly miss him. Tim Snyder, The Hair Source.

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  4. Susie Higginbotham

    I dearly loved Steve. He was a co-worker of mine for many years. He was truthfully one of my very best friends ever. If I was depressed he would cheer me up and vice versa. I miss him so badly. I truly never believed this would ever happen. I just thought he would live forever. He had more strength than any man I have ever known. At least he is in a place where he will never hurt again. Steve you will and are missed by so many people.

    Bye for now, XOXOXO

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