Steve died Oct. 9, 2023, of a pulmonary embolism. A proud San Antonian, Steve was an enthusiastic member of the Princeton community and a devoted friend and roommate.

While at Old Nassau, he played both football and rugby, and could frequently be found at the piano in the Rockefeller common room, shooting pool downstairs at Charter Club, or performing with his band, Fourplay, around campus. He was outgoing and charismatic, with a sense of humor and youthful enthusiasm that he maintained his entire life. Steve majored in politics, writing his thesis on Lyndon B. Johnson, and later earned a law degree from Southern Methodist University.

Steve lived his post-Nassau life in the Dallas area, where he established and ran his own litigation practice for more than two decades. He was a dedicated father who devoted much of his time to his children and their activities, ultimately coaching dozens of youth soccer teams. He maintained his love of music throughout his life, performing with his band Independent George up until his passing.

Steve is survived by children Rachael, Steven II, James, Reagan, Rhyan, and Raleigh; the children’s mother Mallory; father Henry; mother Carolyn; and sister Kathy.

Undergraduate Class of 1990