Condolence & Memory Journal

I was Steve's high school Sunday School teacher at Ridgecrest Baptist Church. So many memories flood my mind when I think about Steve. One for instance the your group was going on a ski trip to Colorado his senior year. Our bus was apparently bottom of the line and not great. Our seats would not recline well so Steve crawled up on the luggage rack to go to sleep. In his sleep he wiggled and turned to the point he got stuck up there. It took several of moving tugging and pulling to get him out. He was not very quiet during this process mostly because most of us were laughing so hard at his predicament.

Posted by Morris Beene - Greenville, TX - Family Friend   September 05, 2021

Sorry to hear about Steven

Posted by Dandy Burns - Greenville, TX - Family Friend   September 04, 2021

Dear Wofford Family,
I notified our son, Michael Toole, of Steven's Homegoing, and he sends his messages that he is sad to hear he has left you all! I remember him as a cheerful, pleasant young fellow classmate of Michael's. It is a joy to know he will be part of that host of friends waiting to greet us in Heaven! God bless and be near to you in these transition times. Kathleen Toole

Posted by Kathleen Toole - Greenville, TX - Friend   September 03, 2021

So sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers be with you.

Posted by Merri Charbonneau - Goddard - Family   September 03, 2021

Steve was a dedicated co-worker and good friend. I remember him for his love for family and friends, a wonderful sense of humor, a common sense approach to life, and always working to help others. I will miss him and his smile. I look forward to seeing him again in Paradise, where he is now enjoying his reward. My prayers to his family, friends, coworkers, and to those whom he was ministering.

Posted by Steve Haddox - Dallas, TX - Coworker   September 03, 2021

My heart is broken over losing Steven. I only hope he knew how special, important and loved he was by so many...including his Aunt Jenny. You and Brady are enjoying a glorious time with our Lord Jesus. I will see you both one day. Get ready for a great reunion. Love You, Aunt Jenny

Posted by Jenny Berry-Woods - Terrell, TX - Family   September 03, 2021