In Memory

Stephen Jobe

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02/23/16 02:41 PM #1    

Russell Jones

Steve was a great friend and a funloving companion who enjoyed the outdoors all of his life.  He was the very proud father of two delighful children and the devoted husband of MaryAnn.  His humor and sense of play is sorely missed. 

02/23/16 06:26 PM #2    

Stephen Hudson

Thanks Russell...he sure was a great and fun loving guy. I remember well the good times I had with Steve and with Bobby Goodrich.

02/24/16 04:50 PM #3    

Sally Booher

Can anyone tell me if Steve Jobe worked for the Post Office around 1975? I worked with someone with that name and never connected it to BCC.

02/24/16 04:53 PM #4    

Russell Jones

Yes, that would be about the time he worked for the USPS.  I'm not sure exactly but he started after he finished his service in the Navy.  I'm not sure how long he worked there but it was at least a few years so 1975 would be about right.

03/08/16 08:51 PM #5    

Ben David Goodman

I recall having some "adult beverages" with Steve (and others) at the "Piccolo" on upper Conn. Ave.  Winter.  Steve and others left before I did and couldn't resist pelting a limo with snowballs.  Oops.  Vice President Hubert Humphrey.  End of Piccolo.

04/13/16 01:04 PM #6    

Lois Janssen (Goldrick)

Steve was such a great guy. A lot of basically innocent fun! He sat behind me in a lot of classes. We went with two other classmates, can't remember whom, to the canoe rental on the Potomac one Summer nite .  We paddled across to Roosevelt Island when it was first being developed. With no lights or flashlights we found our way over to the newly constructed fountains.  We heard what sounded like a gang coming through the woods so we climbed up into these big bowls, the fountains on pedestals, to hide.  After the gang passed we snuck back down to ground level and made fast tracks back to the canoes. We were pretty scared but we did have fun!

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