I remember one particular Christmas Day spent with Steven, stinking hot must have been 40 deg in the shade. So after a lovely lunch under the grape vine on the deck we all headed of for a swim at Jellybean pool Glenbrook . Steven giving instruction's on where to swim and where not to dive in. "Good times swimming with Steven " Behind our smile there's many a tear, for one we loved and lost so dear, an empty place that can't be filled, we miss you now and always will.
My school years were full of laughter thanks to Steve. He had a brilliant sense of humor and was always ready for a laugh. He brought a lot happiness to my life. God bless you Stevie Green
One of my favorite memory of Steve happened many years ago when he was very small and just learning how to put sentences together. He came to visit us at French's Forest with his Mum and Dad and he repeated to all of us, I'm Steven Green, what's your name and what's your colour". We were all trying to talk to him at the same time and Aunty Maureen said he would learn to speak quickly here and that the latest word he had learnt was teapot. It has just always stuck in my mind.
My favourite memory of Steve was when we saw a fringe festival event at the Riverside Theatre in Parramatta together with Wes and Jan. The performers were called 'Pluck' - 3 virtuosi musicians who made fun of/ lampooned some famous and more pompous pieces of classical music. Steve enjoyed it so much, was so tickled by it, that he couldn't stop grinning and laughing. Later Wes told me that he went the following night by himself to see another performance. It was good to see him enjoy something so much. Vale Seve