Steven M. Clouse

February 7, 1957 - May 15, 2013
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Steven M. Clouse, age 56, passed away on May 15, 2013 at VA Maryland Healthcare System in Perry Point, MD. Steven was born in Chitose, Japan on February 7, 1957 to Joann J. (Bloom) and the late Franklin I. Clouse. A veteran of the U.S. Air Force, Steven attended Salisbury University and was a memberContinue Reading

kathy clouse left a message on May 28, 2014:
on May 15th 2013 the world lost a incredible person , that night my whole world was completely turned upside down and my heart torn apart . This 1 year journey has been the most hardest and most painful thing I've been through ! I miss your smile, your laugh , your voice , your hugs & kisses , I miss it all ! Healing through grief is not about learning how to STOP missing you, it is about learning to live my life WHILE missing you , Love isn't about how much love you have in the beginning but how much love you built till the end .One sweet day we will meet again , when I step out of the darkness you will be standing in the light ! I LOVE YOU ALWAYS & FOREVER Gone but never forgotten love your wife, Kathy
Frances left a message on September 20, 2013:
I would like to extend a heart felt sincere sympathy to Steven's Family and Friends. I have lived out of state for many years. And I have been reconnecting with old friends, people I grew up.... I found the Obituary for Steven. I am so very very sorry for your loss. Steven was a kind and gentle man, always knew how to make a person laugh and smile. He has never been forgotten and he never will be. May God bless each and everyone of you.
Kathy Clouse left a message on June 4, 2013:
Who can say for certain maybe you're still here I feel you all around me your memories so clear deep in the stillness I can hear you speak you're an inspiration can it be that you are mine forever love and watching over me from up above fly me up to where you are beyond the distant star I wish upon tonight to see you smile if only for awhile to know you're there a breath aways not far to where you are , are you gently sleeping here inside my dream and isn't faith believing all power can't be seen as my heart holds you just one beat away I cherish all you gave me everyday cause you are mine forever love watching me from up above and I believe that angels breathe and that love will live on and never leave I know you're there a breath away's not far to where you are I miss you so much , till we meet again Steve I love you oxox
Christine Frary left a message on May 26, 2013:
Steve was the most upbeat person I know. Always a smile and a nice word. Thinking of others first. The world has lost a good man, but God has gained an angel. I will miss his smile. Kathy take care and you will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Christine Simmers left a message on May 21, 2013:
I've known Steve for many years and despite his health issues he was always upbeat and brought joy into the room when he entered. So sorry to his wife, Kathy, and family for their loss. Steve left us way to soon.
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Liz Goff left a message on May 20, 2013:
Kathy, My family's thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. I will always remember Steve's infectious smile and kind words when he came into the store. It was always a pleasure to help him pick out the perfect card for you. I will miss talking Terps basketball with him and getting those great hugs. Steve was one of the kindest, gentlest men I knew and I am blessed to have known him for so many years. May you find peace and comfort in the knowledge that friends and love surround you. Liz
Helen Hart left a message on May 19, 2013:
I've had the honor of knowing and caring for Steve over the past five years. Kathy- I admire your strong,sweet spirit. I am glad the nursing and other staff of the Perry Point Community Living Center, Unit 25A, were able to make Steve's last months on earth as comfortable as possible. I know he had a strong desire to live, and he never gave up trying to get stronger. I am blessed to have also met your Pastor Gene who provided many hours of comfort, not only to Steve, but to other Veteran's as well. Thank you for the honor of being a part of Steve's final journey home to Heaven.
Stacia Fontaine left a message on May 18, 2013:
My very first memory of my Uncle Steve is when he was still living with Nana (Joann Clouse), in his old room. I remember it often. I was around three, maybe four, just laying on his chest, listening to his heartbeat. He was putting me down for a nap, stroking my hair, rubbing my back, and asking me to shut my eyes and go to sleep. I remember asking him if he was going to take a nap with me, and was disappointed when he said no. He would call me Pumpkin, up until the time when I didn't think that was too cool anymore. Uncle Steve taught me that when someone gave me a complement, I was to say 'thank you'. I'm able to pass that on to his Great Nephew and Great Niece, Camden and Rylee. Thank you for the memories, Unc. I'll see you soon enough! Give my PaPa a hug from his girl and give a belly rub, and a chewy, to Spud! Go rest high on that mountain, for God has gained another Angle to help complete His work! Your Soul lives forever, but only your body dies. Cathy, I'm terribly sorry for your loss. His mind, and body, are a PEACE! Uncle Steve will visit you, walk beside you, and help you in his best bill of health. And to me, that is comforting, I hope it is to you as well. Blessings, Stacia Fontaine
Lucille left a message on May 18, 2013:
Thinking of you during this difficult time. If it is any consolation, time heals, and I honestly feel that God allowed my Bob and Mabel's Smoke and your Steve to be so sick that we can't wish them back. We miss them terribly, but more able to pick up and move on. God bless you Kathy and will continue to keep you in prayer.
mary ellen harris left a message on May 18, 2013:
Steve was a blessing to all he came in contact with. He will be missed.
Ruth Neville left a message on May 18, 2013:
My husband and I first met Steve and Kathy in Ireland, 2008. We toured together and ate together, and had a wonderful time getting to know one another. We will never forget the great time we had. Steve was a great person and even though he was having health issues at the time; always had a smile on his face and a good word to say. May he rest in the peace of the Lord. Ruth & Tim Neville.
Lola & Robert Jones left a message on May 17, 2013:
To the Clouse Family, We send Our Deepest Sympathy and hope that you can find some comfort in your many special memories of Steve, and in the thought of the happy years you shared. Love, Robert & Lola Jones
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