So many memories have flooded back to me from coaching this man. No doubt one of my most favorite players I ever coached and watched play. Such a pleasure. I had planned on being at Manheim last Thursday but weather made me turn around. I will always regret this.
My heartfelt condolences for this loss. He will be greatly missed.
Condolence: Stephen my love Baer we shared so many fun and crazy memory’s together. Your love for me and our family is Truly remarkable and will never be forgotten. You are a wonderful husband. Thank you for loving me the way you do and thank you for all the wonderful memories. Thank you for taking in my five children and for allowing me to be apart of your two children’s lives as well. I am forever grateful for our two little blessings thank you for them. There are no words to discribe how much I miss you and how much I will be missing you. I love you to the moon and back. Jeremiah 29:11. With deepest love your wifey
Condolence: Brother, you were my hero. I looked up to you. You had the biggest heart in the world and would give anything to anybody if they needed it. You had a busy schedule but you were always there when I needed you. And best of all, you always made me laugh. I will miss that more than I can express!!!!! I love you and I will see you "on the other side." Love, She
Condolence: To all the Baer family,my deepest condolences to the loss of a great man. I owe my entire career to Steve,he was such a soft spoken man that would give you the shirt off his back. I learned so much from Steve and I have been able to show others.You may have left us in body but your craftman ship will always live on. Live free buddy you will be missed but we will meet on day again
love always Tim
We were so saddened to hear of your loss of your beloved son. Words are inadequate at a time like this but just wanted to let you know you are lifted up to God`s unfailing grace. May He sustain and comfort you now and through the difficult times ahead!
Condolence: I've enjoyed knowing Steve for many years. I first met him while he was a student at LBC. It was fun playing soccer with him over at Red Rose and helping him keep us out of too many fights when games got a bit heated. He would always stick up for everyone on his team and always had your back. We had some good times getting together at each others homes with our families. He was a very giving person and was always willing to lend a helping hand. We also spent time together while he was working on our house and I learned alot from Steve. I remember spending many conversations with him and praying for him and with him as he and Jen were going thru some tough times. He was a faithful friend and I will miss him alot. Fourtunately for those who know the Lord, as I believe Steve did, we know that we will be united in heaven one day. My heart goes our to Steve's family especially his children as there will be tough days ahead without their loving dad. praying for the family, matt "murph"
Condolence: I am thankful for all the times Steve helped me with things I did not know how to do. He was such a hard and fast worker. His vibrant and loving spirit will be missed by all. Enjoyed the competitive ping pong games and other activities.
Condolence: The California contingency is sending our warmest thoughts and prayers... and after reading these beautiful tributes, we regret that we missed out on knowing a fine, warm, and funny guy who had a faith, family, and friends that most can only wish for.
Indeed, we are walking with you in this challenging time, and consider ourselves lucky to be called part of your extended family.