In memory of
Steffen Haldaman
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In memory of
Steffen Haldaman
Steffen (Steve) James Haldaman, born on May 19, 1958, passed away unexpectedly after a brief illness, on August 17th, 2019. Steffen was known for his contagious laugh, witty sense of humor, and his ability to spark up a good conversation with a perfect stranger. This man of many talents could cook like a chef, sing like an angel, play guitar and write music, fix motorcycles and anything else mechanical. He enjoyed riding his Harley Davidson and mingling with his biker friends, who affectionately called him Spike. His favorite place to dine and hangout was Brann's Steak House where he made lifelong friendships with the Brann's crew. Steffen always had a great sense of style that burns a memory in our minds of the dark black leather jacket, black loose fitted pants, crisp white tennis shoes, and his long, sun-kissed hair. Steffen was unique in many ways, and will be remembered for all that made him stand apart from others. From memories of salting his beer, perfectly tempering his meats with the finger-touch test, and that inviting personality. He was special, he was loved, and he will be dearly missed by all who loved him. Steffen is survived by his children Jessica (Todd) Hindenach; Granddaughters Destiny, Hope, Faith, and Grace, and grandson Jordan. Kim Kraft, Star (Marc) Palma; Granddaughters Abigail and Savannah, grandson Logan. Stephan Haldaman, and Christine Haldaman.
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In memory of
Steffen Haldaman
Steffen (Steve) James Haldaman, born on May 19, 1958, passed away unexpectedly after a brief illness, on August 17th, 2019. Steffen was known for his contagious laugh, witty sense of humor, and his ability to spark up a good conversation with a perfect stranger. This man of many talents could cook like a chef, sing like an angel, play guitar and write music, fix motorcycles and anything else mechanical. He enjoyed riding his Harley Davidson and mingling with his biker friends, who affectionately called him Spike. His favorite place to dine and hangout was Brann's Steak House where he made lifelong friendships with the Brann's crew. Steffen always had a great sense of style that burns a memory in our minds of the dark black leather jacket, black loose fitted pants, crisp white tennis shoes, and his long, sun-kissed hair. Steffen was unique in many ways, and will be remembered for all that made him stand apart from others. From memories of salting his beer, perfectly tempering his meats with the finger-touch test, and that inviting personality. He was special, he was loved, and he will be dearly missed by all who loved him. Steffen is survived by his children Jessica (Todd) Hindenach; Granddaughters Destiny, Hope, Faith, and Grace, and grandson Jordan. Kim Kraft, Star (Marc) Palma; Granddaughters Abigail and Savannah, grandson Logan. Stephan Haldaman, and Christine Haldaman.
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