A Turtle’s Tribute:
Steve was born in Irving on December 13, 1962. He graduated with honors from Irving High School, received a Bachelor of Science degree with honors in radio-television-film from the University of Texas at Austin. At the time of his death, he was pursuing his master’s degree in counseling.
Steve was perhaps best known as a disc jockey for KPLX-FM (99.5) from 1987 to 1994. In addition, he appeared in several television commercials and in numerous plays and musicals in Dallas and Fort Worth. Steve first performed with the Chorale in ‘UNITED WE SING” with the Hamilton Park (Baptist Church) Men’s Chorus in March 1994 at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center. He also sang with the Chorale and was a soloist at the group’s Summer concert at the Morton H Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas in 1994. Steve performed in two concerts in 1994. They were UNITED WE SING IN March and THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME in June. In the June concert he sang “We Shall Be Free” as a solo.
Steve was active in the Democratic Party and volunteered as an AIDS support therapist at Legacy Counseling Center in Dallas. He was a talented painter, a fitness enthusiast and an avid Barbra Streisand fan.
He passed away on Thursday, May 18, 1995 at his Irving home. Services were held at the Plymouth Park United Methodist Church in Irving on May 22, 1995.
Steve is survived by his parents, Steve & Mary Windsor of Irving; and sisters Laura Knowles of Irving and Glenda Windsor of Dallas; nephew, Kevin Knowles; longtime best friends, Jan Chamberlain and Wade Hyde; and many aunts, uncles and friends.
This Turtle Sponsored by: Robert Huneke