Family Login:


Share This Obituary
Message from the Family

Thank you for your support during this difficult time. Please enhance this tribute to Steve by adding your memories and photos.

Resources

Send Flowers
flowers logo


Memories & Candles

“linda, we are so so sorry for your loss steve was such a kind man and we will really miss him. god bless sandy and joe m ”
1 of 5 | Posted by: sandy marchetti - MI

“Linda We are so sorry for your loss. Know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Steve was a special person and will be greatly missed. Thinking...Read More »
2 of 5 | Posted by: Chris Reck - Bridgman, MI

“What a kind, gentle man Steve was, very soft spoken, very giving and caring. His lose will be felt by all who knew him. We pray for healing in this...Read More »
3 of 5 | Posted by: Tony, Cheryl, Anthony & Evan Thomas - MI

“I just wanted to extend my deepest condolences and sympathies you and yours are certainly in my prayers may God sustain you and get you through this...Read More »
4 of 5 | Posted by: Tony Elie - Shelby Township, MI

“Dear Linda,I am so sorry for your lost, and the pain you must be going through. May God's love comfort you during this difficult time. ”
5 of 5 | Posted by: Sandra Stanfield - Carleton, MI


Steven Henry was born September 27, 1950 to Henry and Mildred (nee Reck) Mutz in Bridgman, Michigan, the younger of two boys. Steve grew up in Bridgman, a small town located several miles from Lake Michigan, closer to Chicago than Detroit. That would account for his early support of the Chicago teams. After high school, Steve went to college for a year and then got in his car, drove east to the Detroit area where he remained the rest of his life. At that point he switched his loyalty to the Detroit sport teams, all except for the Bears.

Steve found his career in construction, specifically, quality control. He was part of the team that built the People Mover. He met his lovely wife, Linda (nee Karam), while on that project. They both worked in the same office building, on different floors, and passed each other in the lobby. Eventually they were started dating which led to their marriage on November 26, 1988 at St. Sharbel Church in Warren, Michigan. After retirement, Steve and Linda frequently traveled, visiting friends in Colorado and Texas.

Steve passed away suddenly at home on May 4, 2014. He is survived by his wife, Linda and his brother, David; his sister-in-law Barbara O'Connor, brother-in-laws Michael (JoAnn) and John (Rose) Karam and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents. Steve was a very kind man and will be missed by all.