Stephen Craig Harcourt

1950-2017

A memorial service will be held at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, May 13, 2017 at Faith Bible Church in Edmond, OK.Harcourt

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  1. Marsha and family, we are very sorry for your loss. Steve was a good neighbor to us, and we will really miss him. We pray that God will comfort you with many happy memories of the good times you shared together.

  2. Steve was a good friend and will be missed by many. He was quick to smile and give a helping hand. I will always remember the pride in his voice and smile in his eyes when he would show pictures of his granddaughter and then later his new grandson. I’m wishing we could turn back time. Prayers and comfort to all those who love him.

  3. Steve was a great friend. I worked with him for many fun years. He will be missed by all of us at Kirby-Smith. He will always be a beloved part of our family.

  4. I so loved Steve’s easy smile and sharing our Catholic stories together. He was a true gentleman and I will miss him dearly. His love for his family is something that was truly genuine. Prayers to all family and friends, who are many!

  5. You will be missed my friend. Your kindness toward others, a friendly word or just a simple “good morning” will be missed not only by us that worked along side of you but by your grieving family that you were so proud of.
    RIP Steve

    ~ Incline Thine ear, O Lord, unto our prayers, wherein we humbly pray Thee to show Thy mercy upon the soul of Thy servant Steve, whom Thou hast commanded to pass out of this world, that Thou wouldst place him in the region of peace and light, and bid him be a partaker with Thy Saints. Through Christ our Lord. Amen. ~

  6. Steve was a great mentor and a truly wonderful friend. Time seemed to be measured by the lunch adventures we made a habit to take. The best stories came from the worst restaurants, and we would share a laugh when we brought them back up at the next occasion. Steve was kind, thoughtful, and helpful to everyone. I’ll miss his stories about growing up in Oklahoma and how his eyes lit up when talking about his grandbabies. People with hearts as genuine as Steve’s was are rare. Though our adventures were all too few, he truly blessed my life.

    Our prayers go out to his family. May the God of grace and mercy send his Spirit to comfort and keep them in this trying time.

    Matthew 5:4
    Blessed are them that mourn; for they shall be comforted.

  7. A great friend always smiling and wanting to help others he will be greatly missed but heaven has a new saint thanks for always sharing a warm thought

  8. Stephen C. was a gentleman & always willing to help me with anything. He took pride in his work, demonstrated excellence & was always willing to lend a hand. Even if he was unsure of something, he never hesitated to double-check a fact and produce the answer. He will be missed; he left us too early. He was a good co-worker and faithful employee.

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