Steve's Kindness by Becca Hager Goodwin

I wasn't good friends with Steve. I was good friends with Amy, his younger sister. I do have a couple of memories of him, and thought you might like to hear them. We were at a church swim party. Steve was in the pool, having a great time. Another young man...
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Childhood Crush by Andra Kolaric

I met Steve in second grade. Like any red-blooded American girl would, I fell instantly in love with him. I spent grades 4-6 planning my wedding to him and writing in my diary "Andra Redd, Mrs. Andra Redd, Andra Lynn Redd". I think my best friend (Rebecca Reed Davis) and I...
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Night Stalker Special by Andra Kolaric

Andra Kolaric I met Steve in second grade. Like any red-blooded American girl would, I fell instantly in love with him. I spent grades 4-6 planning my wedding to him and writing in my diary "Andra Redd, Mrs. Andra Redd, Andra Lynn Redd". I think Becky and I almost came to...
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His Influence by Ryan Herley

I knew Steven; many times in my teens I had the opportunity to "hang out" with him at Evan's home in Lancaster. I looked up to Steven; he made be believe that I could be a better man, that I could excel at anything I put my whole effort towards, and...
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Thank You by April Martinez

I have to say the obvious. That pretty much every girl in school had a crush on Steve. Who could blame them? It was much more than him being such a cutie, it was his boyish charm, gentle smile and the ability to lift you up whenever you felt like you...
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Kids and Chaos by Jennifer Frank

Jennifer Frank I knew Steve from the Joshua Ward back when we were in primary, a classmate in school at El Dorado, Piute and seminary. I remember going to his house and loving the chaos of all the kids (how many where there? 9 I think?) What a neat family. I...
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Church Talk Advice by Jillian King

I haven't seen Steve for at least 15 years, but I remember, like it was yesterday, driving home from a high school wrestling tournament with him (My dad was his coach). I was telling him how nervous I was that I had to speak in sacrament meeting. He gave me a...
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A Hero Among Men by Michelle McKnight

While I must admit that I was among the throngs of teen-aged girls who spent their afternoons daydreaming of one day becoming Mrs. Steven Redd, that is not what moved me to post on here. I met Steve & his brother Mike at Piute Jr. High School, they were both great...
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Soldier On by Eric Gillins

I first met Steve my Senior year of high school. I was going to QHHS, and I was dating his older sister, Debbie, who was a Junior at AVHS. My brother, Evan, was dating his oldest sister, Susan, whom he eventually married. I remember Steve as the annoying little 10 year...
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Road Trip to Georgia by Andrea Fausto

Steve, I will never forget that smile of yours. Going to visit you guys and taking that road trip from Alabama to Georgia, we had so much fun :) I will never forget. You were so funny, and so loving and so protective over the ones you loved. An amazing father...
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Uncle Steve by Tawnya Garcia-Davis

Uncle Steve was more than just an uncle to me, my little sister & little brother. He was like a second dad...we hold on to the beautiful memories we have of him. He was such a wonderful man & loved with all he had. Thank you so much everyone for all...
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Named After His Uncle by Cameo Redd, sister-in-law

Thanks to all who have posted. My son, Steven Redd, was named after his uncle, our fallen hero. I will check this sight often and save many of these comments to share with my boy as he gets older. I want him to grow up knowing who he was named after....
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Baby Tristyn by Lisa Meyers

I clearly remember the day I met Steve, a call had gone out for meals on wheels a new baby had joined the Ranger family (Tristyn). It was my turn, Steven met me outside we shook hands and he smiled... there is no getting around Steve's smile it is contagious and...
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He Was So Funny by Jessica Keller

I remember how genuinely kind Steven was to me in High Shool. We had a lot of fun when he was on the wrestling team, and Michele and I took stats, and we all had so much fun on the bus to away games! Steven was sooo funny. See you again...
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America! by Julie Bishop Kellerman

I'm so VERY honored that I was able to meet such an incredible person in my life! As you can tell growing up with Steve we thought he was THE cutest guy ever! His smile and personality made him even that much better. I'm so thankful I met him and was...
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Letter to Steve's Sister from Greg Cooper

Dear Kathy, My name is Greg Cooper.  I want to offer you and the entire Redd family my heartfelt condolences for the loss of a wonderful brother and friend.  I believe we met at the memorial service a few weeks ago.    I also attended the viewing for Steve the next week...
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Your Dad's Face by Lacy Finley Cooper

Jazlyn, your Dad's face was the first my husband saw after his helicopter went down May 2008, and he was by his side at Walter-Reed. While Greg was sleeping we traded stories about our kids, and there was such a light in his eyes when he talked about you, Dezaray &...
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Chain Saws by Jessica Vest

We will miss Steve and think of him always for his hard work and dedication, his love for his country, Brothers in Arms and family. Aaron and I have had so many problems with our house, but Steve was always here to help when we needed it....you guys remember the night...
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Murder Mystery Dinner by Rebecca Lara

I remember Steve from our days in Illesheim. Once we had a murder mystery dinner at the yellow ribbon room. He was the "doctor" and a suspect. We had so much fun that night, I remember how fun and playful he was and how generous he was to let Dezaray spend...
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Expeditions by Lori Clark Zuber

I had the privilege of knowing Steve and his family through our mutual friends, Anastasia Wood and Roger Wood. Our actual time spent together was brief - My kids and I were visiting the Woods when making a trip back to CO from NC. My husband was stationed in Korea at...
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