Guestbook Messages

To the family of

Stephen Alan Sink

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Stallings Funeral Home, P.A. We offer our most sincere condolences for your loss.
Marsha & Chip Stallings With heartfelt sympathy to the Sink family. Steve lived his life with family and friends. He will be missed by his family and friends. Our deepest sympathy at this time Cindy and family.
Jerry Miller I will miss conversing with Steve at the Tech Luncheons. Condolences to Cindy and family.
Tanya Brumwell Todd and family- So sorry for your loss, you are in my prayers.
Bonnie Pennington-Alt Hugs & Prayers for the Sink Family...Steve will be Missed. Worked with Steve & Todd...May GOD hold and Keep you All...
Kimberly E. Runkles Steve, You are a part of and touched so many people's lives. You left a legacy of friendship wherever you went and with whomever you met. It is an honor to be your friend and extended family member, thank you. I will miss our conversations and our yearly Uncle Sam Pow Wow (lol). I will miss you and rest in peace.
Bob Johnson To the Sink Family Steve was a great Man, I enjoyed Times at work with him as well as camping trips . He will be missed, by all who knew him. God Bless the Sink Family during this time. Peace be with you. Bob Johnson
John & Debbie Rhoades So sorry for your loss. Steve was a great guy.
Kym and Mike Morningstar We want you to know how sorry we are for your loss!! We are sending you all , hugs and prayers during this difficult Time!! May god be with your entire family. And please know he is forever in your hearts!! Xoxoxo and deepest sympathy from our family to yours!!
Scott and Sandy Edwards Such sad news this morning. We had hoped to see you both again in Florida, take a cruise again. We are reaching out to you in hopes of comforting you, supporting you... God bless and keep you during these difficult days ahead. What fun we had on our Key West vacation
Goldie Gaydos My good friend of 50 years. You will be greatly missed.
Donna Almony Cindy Steve was such a great man in so many ways. He will be missed! God Bless you and your sons!
Roland Bark I'll always remember Steve's quiet, calm and easy going manner! He was a pleasure to work with and behind all that bravado he was a fantastic guy! So sorry for your loss!!!!
Patricia Nizer I'll always remember You, your wit, and great smile.As an old Westinghouse/Northrop Grumman co-worker.You will forever be missed ! Gone way too soon....:0(..... To the Wife and Family of Steve, my prayers are with ALL of you in this your time of need. God Bless And Keep you close together Always....
Justine Walker Cindy, I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you all during this difficult time. Steve was a pillar of the community and a friend to all and will be missed greatly.
Erika and Walter Bradley Cindy, Our deepest sympathy to you and the family in this most difficult time. No words can express all our feelings for your and the family's loss. Hugs. Sincerely, Erika, Walter and Jim
Ron and Phyllis Hart Dear Cindy and Family, Ron and I send our sincere sympathy and love. Ron remembers many good times with Steve on camping trips. I have many fond memories of attending and participating in activities with the Eastern Star and Masonic Lodge, Steve was always very supportive to me during my term as Worthy Matron. Love, Ron and Phyllis
Dane Watjen, Dan Brown and Cielle We are so sorry to hear of Steve's passing and we will always remember him as a super friendly, fun loving and kind person. We are thinking of you and sending love and sympathy.
Mike and Carrie Allegretto Cindy, We are thinking of you during this very sad and difficult time.
Don and Barbara Gregg Thanks for the great Friendship these past several years. It has been a fantastic relationship for all. Steve will be missed by all those he met and was a true friend and companion to them. Thanks for the memories. Steve was a outgoing individual, whose personality influenced many positively...
Lou and Cindy Reda Cindy and family, So sorry to hear of your loss. Steve was such a special person and a good friend. I will always remember our early years at Westnghouse and the many times we got together back then. It has been many years since we got to visit with you and Steve (since we moved to Georgia), but you both hold a very special place in our hearts, then and now. God Bless you and your family. Lou and Cindy Reda Martinez, Georgia
Joseph Wright My deepest sympathy to Cindy and the entire Sink family. May God provide comfort to you. God has taken Steve, a man who would always make you smile or laugh no matter what the situation. One of the fondest memories of mine is the ATL golf tournaments with Steve always joking and telling stories, and teaching me how to pick up a golf ball off the ground from a moving golf cart --- and he drove it fast. Rest in Peace Steve, God Bless your soul. And God Bless Cindy and all the Sink family.
Jose Pedraja My most sincere condolences to the Sink family. Steve was one of the best technicians I have ever had the honor to work for and with. He will always be remembered in the G lab.
Jennifer Hall Pelletier My prayers are for peace for Steve's family as they grieve the loss of such a great guy. I love you all. Blessings. Rick Hall joins me in praying for your comfort and peace during this sad time.
Tom Sieling,Dundalk Md My sincere condolences to the Sink family. I worked with Steve for over 30 years at Westinghouse/ Northrop Grumman. He was a stand-up guy, who could speak his mind in any situation. He could also keep you laughing with his humorous side. My wife(Heide) and I enjoyed many laughs with him when we saw him at the company amusement park days, especially when he tried to talk German to her,it would crack her up.Steve, please keep her laughing up there in heaven.GOD BLESS and REST IN PEACE MY FRIEND Tom Sieling, Dundalk Md
Vic & Connie Velelli Cindy and Family, we are so sorry for your loss. Steve was the guy who could make you smile/laugh no matter how dismal things appeared. He will be missed and remembered by so many. A special memory is Steve yodeling at the top of a Seven Springs mountain--- 'Any little old lady will do!' Rest easy man, Vic & Connie
David A. Brown Please except my fondest condolences for the loss of your beloved husband Stephen. Are thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. Sincerely, David A Brown and Family
Gerry and Richard Weinberger We were deeply saddened to hear that Steve passed away. He was bigger than life and loved everybody and everything! He was such a avid OSU, Ravens and Orioles Fan! I still remember when Cindy and Steve stopped at our Florida house and spent the night. We had so much fun and enjoyed seeing your luxury travel vehicle and how happy you two were going your merry way onto your next destination. Well rest assured God is delighted to welcome his newest angel even though we know how much you miss him. Praying God will shower you with strength to get your family through these difficult days. Hope your treasured memories of so many good times together will keep you going until we all meet up again. Sending you all our love❤️
Amos C Stanford and Jacqueline So sorry to hear about your passing. We worked together at Northrup for 47 years! Rest in peace my friend. God Bless Your family. Amos C Stanford Steve was one of the most congenial and upbeat people who I have even known and a great coworker. We shared our interest in aviation and were born 4 days apart. I am retired and only learned of Steve's passing today. I am saddened and shocked. God Bless you Steve and rest in peace. - Rick Steckel

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