Steven “Steve” Michael Haley

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It is with tremendous sorrow and the heaviest of hearts that we announce the very peaceful passing of Steve Haley, surrounded by his loving family, on Tuesday, February 24, 2015 at the age of 39 years. Over the years, Steve tried his hand at many occupations, all of which he showed great passion for. In addition, he volunteered with the Penhold Fire Department, where most of the more seasoned guys, especially his Uncle Jim fondly nicknamed him “Probie” – even after three years! Steve will always be lovingly remembered by his parents, Dave and Brenda; brother, Jon; daughter, Jaiden; nephew, Alex; niece, Kyla; uncle, Mick (Barbara); his very special long-time companion, Flash; as well as by numerous extended family in England, co-workers and friends. Steve was predeceased by his friend, Craig Schropfer; uncle, Jimmy McMullen and grandparents, Jack and Mary Haley. Relatives and friends wishing to pay their respects to Steve are invited to do so prior to the Funeral Service, between the hours of 12:00 p.m. and 12:45 p.m. Funeral Services will take place on Monday, March 2, 2015 at St. Luke’s Anglican Church, 4929 – 54 Street, Red Deer, Alberta at 1:00 p.m., with Interment taking place at Alto Reste Cemetery. The Haley family would appreciate memorial contributions in Steve’s name be made directly to Safe Harbour Society, 5246 – 53 Avenue, Red Deer, Alberta T4N 5K2. Arrangements in care of Joelle Valliere

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Caroline

Steve was a man who wore his heart on his sleeve and never pretended to be anything but who he was. Our paths crossed a few times in this life, all of which were filled with fun, love and support during sorrowed times. My heart will always hold a place of love for him. Rest in peace, Steve. I so sorry to see you go. C.G.

Roy and Doris Kibermanis

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Haley family today. Will always remember Steve’s chats regarding solving the world’s problems. So sorry we are unable to make the service today but we will keep in touch and visit soon.

Barbara Haley

My thoughts are with you Dave, Brenda and Jon. All Steven’s demons have left him now. He is now at peace. God bless you Steven, you will always be in my thoughts. All my love Auntie Barbara xxxx

Cindy Schropfer-Leask

Our hearts, love, thoughts n prayers are with Dave :heart:Jon :heart:& Brenda.:heart:Steve has the Eternal Peace he has been searching for in a most Beautiful place with friends & Family (((hugs)))

Gloria

just a wonderful collection of photos and memories … thank you for sharing.

Barry and Joan

Dave, we are so very very sorry to learn of Stevie’s passing. Our hearts are with you and Brenda and Jon. God Bless each of you.

Love, Barry and Joan Hachey

Bren

2 mins · Red Deer ·
Friends of Steve along with Elder Lynn of Safe Harbour are going to hold a Sweat in honour of Steve on March 5th at Fort Normadeau Sweat Lodge. Please contact Kimberley at 403-848-4491 if you would like to attend. Please pass this along to anyone you think may want to go.
FYI:
SWEAT LODGE PROTOCOL
– Must not have used alcohol or drugs 4 days prior to sweat.
– Bring tobacco offering and 1 metre of broad cloth/cotton if you have specific requests in
the prayer round.
– Bring something to share at the potluck afterwards.
– Mark sure you have fluids for yourself during and after sweat.
Female Participants
– Bring a long flannel night gown or t-shirt and cotton skirt to wear in the sweat. Bring a
towel.
Male Participants
***Please do not attend if you are on your monthly cycle. *** – Wear shorts or swim trunks and bring a towel.

Uncle “Kel”

1994 PFD golf classic, young Steve “probie” in black.:relaxed:

Bill Mayer

I first met Steve in the “White House” when I move to Red Deer and attended college in 1995. We hit it off instantly and remained friends.

Steve was the special kind of guy that could approach anyone and talk about anything. He was always great company, whether we were at a party with a room full of people or sitting quietly sharing stories of our past or talking about our families.

Steve was a very unique and interesting soul. Never scared to go after something he wanted. I don’t know if he ever realized how much I admired him.

Although I hadn’t seen him much lately I think about him often. Looking forward to the day we could get together and “catch up.” I will miss him.

Bill Mayer

Christa Lapp

We met back in 1996 at Morts bar in red deer. We decided to share a cab togther and found out we were neighbours. The next day he road his bike to our place and walked in like he was our best friend. Well he became one for life. Steve was the kind if guy that left a mark on your heart he will always be in mine.

Kathy

We grew up in Penhold, starting in grade 1, Steve was actually my first boyfriend in grade 4 :). When you grow up in a really small town it is like everyone is one big giant family…you can go years without seeing or talking to them but they always remain in your heart. I was lucky enough to reconnect on FB with Steve a few years ago. We have shared many laughs and great memories over the years. I am beyond saddened that he has passed on. I will miss you, my friend. My heart goes out to the Haley’s and to all of his friends.
Kathy Carter (Amundson).

kimmy white

I met Steve while working at Jim and Jers Pub in Red Deer. His Dad introduced me 🙂 Steve and I had many, many, many ( lol) conversations, and friendly arguments regarding the Edmonton Oilers and Calgary Flames over the years. Although Steve and I were not very close over the last few years, I still always considered him a friend. All of my memories of him are good ones. R.I.P Steve <3 You will not be forgotten.
My heart goes out to his Family at this time.
Kimmy White

robert errity

I remember when I first met Steve. It was under very sad circumstances. His “uncle” Jimmy McMullen had just died tragically. We drove to Calgary with his dad Dave. We subsequently became friends and worked together for a time. Unfortunately we had lost contact for the last while but I’ll always remember and cherish the varied and vey interesting conversations we had while travelling out to the plant together. Rest in peace Steve. Your cross was not an easy one to bear and your path was not an easy one. I know you are now in a better place. Dave and Brenda and Jon I can only hope that you can find peace in your hearts knowing that his suffering is now over. Robert Errity.

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