Steven Mark Cunningham

Born: Thu., Dec. 2, 1954
Died: Thu., Aug. 1, 2013


1:00 PM to 2:00 PM, Sun., Sep. 08, 2013
Location: Lexington Christian Church

Funeral Service

2:00 PM Sun., Sep. 08, 2013
Location: Lexington Christian Church

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NAME:  Steven Mark Cunningham

AGE:   58


DATE & PLACE OF DEATH:  August 1 2013, Scottsburg IN

DATE & PLACE OF BIRTH:  December 2 1954, Scottsburg IN

OCCUPATION:    retired engineer with Rapiscan in California

MEMBERSHIPS:  Lexington Christian Church;  Past Master Mason with Vancouver Lodge F&AM

VETERAN:  Sgt U.S. Army during Vietnam era

MARRIAGE:  Jessica Cleveland Cunningham

PARENTS:  James A Cunningham & Ruby F Arnold Cunningham

SURVIVORS: Wife: Jessica Cunningham, Scottsburg IN
                         Daughters: Stephanie Cunningham, Columbus IN
                                           Dawn Andrews (Scott), Columbus IN
                        Step daughter: Tiana Hoover, Scottsburg IN
                        Brothers: James Cunningham,Jr. (Tina)
                                        Tom Cunningham (Dawn)
                                        Ryan McGee
                        Sisters: Rhonda Campbell
                                     Rebecca White (Robert)
         Grandchildren: Kyle Kingen, Larry Thompson, Luke Thompson, Kate Andrews, Brenna Andrews,                                           Maggie Andrews.
   Preceded in death by:  his parents; a sister Linda Ault

VISITATION:   1 PM – 2 PM  Sunday  September 8 2013
                             Lexington Christian Church, Lexington IN

FUNERAL SERVICE:      2 PM   Sunday  September 8 2013
                                              Lexington Christian Church, Lexington IN
OFFICIATING:  Mitch Hutchins

MEMORIAL DONATIONS: Educational Fund for Tiana Hoover
            c/o: Stewart & Hoagland Funeral Home, 80 N 1st St., Scottsburg IN 47170

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Tena and Jim Cunningham
   Posted Thu August 01, 2013
You are in our hearts and prayers. So glad we got to visit with both of you last Sunday. We are here if we can help in any way.
Love you,
Tena and Jim

dawn andrews
   Posted Fri August 02, 2013
I have looked at your picture many times today and have a hard time realizing that I will never see you or hear your voice again. I will always be thankful that I was able to spend some very special time with you just days before your time ended. Please don't hold a grudge against me for making you drink mineral oil.

I didn't get to see or talk to you daily or even monthly, but I love you very much. You will always be a part of me, I see you more in my eyes and facial structure every year - let's hope I never add the word beard to that.

I will always remember your sense of humor and your never ending love for Jess. I'm not sure I've ever seen you love anyone as much as you love her. As difficult as it was for Jess, I get selfish comfort in knowing your very last minutes of life were in her arms. As frightening as I'm sure that felt, I will always believe that knowing you were being held by your best friend gave you some comfort.

Larry and Katye Martin
   Posted Sat August 03, 2013
GOD now has a new player in HIS Heavenly Band.

Stephanie Cunningham
   Posted Sun August 04, 2013
I am thankful for the time that my sister and I got to spend with my dad before he was gone, and that Kyle was there with us. When I spent time with my dad, it was always quality time. I will always remember the long conversations that we had and his amazing sense of humor. He always let us know how much he loved us and how proud he was of us. As hard as this is for my sister and I, my heart really goes out to Jess. I know how much they loved each other too. I am thankful for thoughts, prayers, and kindness of everyone through this difficult time.

Jim Cunningham
   Posted Sun August 04, 2013
The passing of my brother Steve has brought out deeply hidden emotions, grief and sadness that I never even thought existed. To say that we were not very close, especially in our adult years would be an understatement. Because we were so close in age, there are so many memories of just everyday life events that only Steve and I could recall: Walking to grade school together (nobody drove their kids in those days), going to Everitt's grocery before school with empty glass milk jugs. Only once did we clang them together before learning to carry on opposite sides. We wore the same size clothes all through grade school so the first one to the newest and cleanest pair of jeans got to wear them. Somehow he always won. I can remember all the fights we had as kids, all harmless but now they are some of the fondest memories I somehow now remember. Over the years there have been many differences and conflicts between us. With the help of God, my wife and friends, my hope is to not dwell on the negative. Steve, during our brief telephone conversations we had talked about how nice it would be to meet for coffee a couple of times a year, just to rememinence. Someday, Somehow, I believe it can still happen. For reasons only known to GOD, you were taken from us too young. You will be missed.
Brother Jim

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