I met Steve in the early parts of 2019, so my time knowing him was brief. In that short amount of time, I was unable to be around him as often as I would have liked. However, to see how much love his family had for him, and the way he spoke to those he loved, shows just how beautiful of a person he was and how lucky we all are to have had him in our lives. My condolences are with the family and friends of Steve.
Thank you Zach for your kind words regarding our father. We are thankful for you.
So many memories. One of my favorite was you playing Santa every year. Time moves too fast, rest easy Uncle Steve.
He always enjoyed playing Santa and said it put him in the Christmas spirit. Thank you for sharing such a special memory with us.
Rick and I met Steve and Linda 48 years ago when they moved next door to us on Delaware Street. We became best of friends with Steve and Linda and shared so many memories over The years. Birthdays, our children getting married and then births of our grandchildren and great grandchildren. We loved Steve like a brother and will cherish our many memories of the greatest friendship we shared with our buddies, Steve and Linda. Linda we love you. Steve; we love you, Rest in Peace, until we meet again.
Rick and Ann Springer
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Stephen Elmer Marx was born in Evansville, Indiana on November 12th, 1944 to Elmer Bud Marx and June Blackburn Marx. Stephen went to be with the Lord on November 30th, 2019, at home with Heart to Heart Hospice. Stephen married the love of his life, Linda Louise Lamey on November 9th, 1963. Stephen and Linda were childhood sweethearts from the ages of 13 and 12. They just celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary. Their love and commitment to one another was a shining example of everlasting love. From that love, two daughters were born 3 and a half years apart, Lori Lynn Turi and Jodi Kay Phelps. Stephen was the eldest of four children followed by Gary, Mike and Janet. He deeply loved all his siblings and was the quintessential big brother and trusted father figure. Stephen enjoyed time with his family, fishing, playing pool on his beloved grandfather’s pool table and camping. He loved adventures, singing love songs to Linda and telling stories about his grandchildren. Stephen was also the epitome of a hard working man, which was evident in his 40 year retirement from JH Rudolph. Stephen never met a stranger and was willing to help anyone in need throughout his life but he mostly loved the memories he created with Linda, his children and grandchildren. He was loved by us all as well as extended family, friends and neighbors.
Stephen is survived by his wife, Linda Louise Marx (Lamey). Daughter, Lori Lynn Turi (Marx), son-in-law Shawn Turi and their children, Shauncey Turi, Sabrina Grudzinski (Turi) and her husband Nathaniel Grudzinski and great granddaughter, Adeline Grudzinski, Sierra Turi and Ilaria Turi. Stephen is also survived by his second daughter, Jodi Kay Phelps, ex son-in-law, Lionel Reed Phelps,II and their children, China Phelps and great granddaughter, Cora Baumgart, Kennedy Phelps, Brok Phelps, Quinn Phelps and Zane Phelps. Stephen is also survived by siblings Mike Marx and Janet Marx.
Stephen was preceded in death by his father, Elmer Bud Marx and his mother, June Blackburn Hill, brother Gary Marx and two sister in laws, Diane Marx and Doris Marx and brother in laws, Mike Lamey, Billy Lamey and Ronald Smith.
The family would like to extend their gratitude for the following health providers; Dr. Jordan Carlock and his nurse Darla and all his staff at St. Vincent Ascension. Dr. Winston Davis, Dr. Lindsay Yoder, Dr. Elizabeth Nicholson, Dr. Vuppalanchi, Dr. Ahmed Kahn, and Dr. Muhammed Habib from IU Medical Hospital in Indianapolis. Dr. Vishal Bahtia Dr. Peter Juran, Dr. Hoang Tran, Dr. Michael Titzer, Dr. Venkata Yellamanchili and his wife, Dr. Prasanna Yellaminchili, Dr. Aedoula along with Deaconess Home Health and Heart to Heart Hospice. Your kindness and concern for the well being and health of our father has not gone unnoticed and we are forever grateful.
Services for Stephen will be held on Friday, December 6th at 12 p.m. at Sunset Funeral Home with a burial to directly follow at Sunset Memorial Park. Friends and family can visit from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. Thursday, December 5th at Sunset Funeral Home and again at 10 a.m. until time of service on Friday.
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