Stephen Edward Saueressig

April 21, 1952 - May 13, 2020
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Stephen Edward Saueressig went home to the Lord on May 13, 2020 in Galveston, Texas.  Steve was born in Montgomery, Alabama on April 21, 1952.  After graduation from Sidney Lanier High School in Montgomery, Steve went on to graduate from The University of New Mexico and then later earned a graduate degree from LSU.   Steve had an illustrious career in the oil patch.  Steve’s 40 plus years as a drilling fluids specialist started with NL Baroid, and he later founded his own consulting company traveling the world and working off shore for some of the world’s largest oil companies.

Steve is predeceased by his mother Joyce McDade Saueressig.  He is survived by his father Joe S. Saueressig and stepmother, Marilyn Saueressig, his sisters Joy Saueressig and Tammy Hilton (Bill) and brothers Joe H. Saueressig (Melody) and David Saueressig (Molly).  Steve also leaves behind many nieces and nephews.

Steve lived an adventuresome life and always found time to cheer on the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Dallas Cowboys.   He had a soft spot for neglected dogs and donations may be made in Steve’s memory to The Galveston Island Humane Society at 6814 Broadway Street Galveston, TX 77554

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Born: April 21, 1952
Died: May 13, 2020

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Joy Saueressig posted on 5/31/20

How very blessed I was to have such a loving , kind, generous, fun brother like Steve. So many great memories, great conversations, which I will miss dearly. Heaven now has a new angel. Love you forever & always, dearest brother. Joy Saueressig ❤️❤️

 

joe saueressig posted on 5/26/20

In memory of Stephen Edward Saueressig, joe saueressig lit a candle

 

Debi Feldmsn posted on 5/18/20

So so sorry to the family Joy my condolences to u as well May Steven Rest In Peace Debi Feldman

 

Joy Foltz posted on 5/17/20

I do not know where to begin. Steve was always so full of energy and loved to watch football. Steve was one person who could make me laugh when I felt like crying. He always put a smile on my face. I remember Steve as a very hard worker who was devoted to a task or purpose; having single-minded loyalty/integrity. He will be missed but never forgotten in my heart. It was an "honor" that our paths crossed each other and a blessing having Steve in my life as friends for many many years. He always joked around and loved to laugh. Your friend always Steve. Love you, "Joy" from sunny California. And what a "Joy" knowing you Steve.

 

Judy Rowley posted on 5/17/20

My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Steve will be greatly missed but he is now at peace. My love to one and all. Judy Rowley

 

Kim and Valerie Wroblewski posted on 5/17/20

To all the family...Kim and I are so sorry for your loss. We were fortunate to have met and visited with Steve on many of his visits. Kim was right there with him cheering on the Cowboys. We will miss him. Kim and Valerie Wroblewski

 

Joseph Tapia posted on 5/17/20

In memory of Stephen Edward Saueressig, Joseph Tapia lit a candle

 

Joseph Tapia posted on 5/17/20

I wish to extend my condolences to Steve’s family. If you had a small part of Steve’s outrageous sense of humor, I’d love to meet you. I’ve known Steve since he begin living with his grandparents in Santa Fe. He lived a full exciting life cut short much too, soon. I’ll miss him for a long time. R.I.P. my friend. His stories are legendary, I’m glad to know they’re true.

 

Linda posted on 5/17/20

I am very sorry to hear of Steve's passing. I will always remember him as a great brother to Joy and Joe, and a generous friend to the rest of us. The last time I saw Steve was when he took Joy and me to Cancun for Thanksgiving, and we all had the best time ever! Prayers for peace for the Saueressig family.

 

Paula posted on 5/17/20

In memory of Stephen Edward Saueressig, Paula lit a candle

 

Pauls posted on 5/17/20

Dear Joy, My heartfelt condolensces yo you & your family. Paula

 

Denise Niessing posted on 5/17/20

Joy and family, I'm so sorry for your loss. Joy I know how much you loved your brother and I know he loved you just as much. My heart aches for you. Find peace knowing he's in a better place. Love you, Denise

 

Ana posted on 5/17/20

Joy, I’m so very sorry about Steve. Tell your family you all will be in my prayers. Love, Ana Montoya-Wade

 

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