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Steven Feinberg November 16, 1946 - March 27, 2019

Steven Feinberg, 72, passed away unexpectedly but peacefully at home in Sugar Land on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. 

He leaves behind long-time companion and friend Maxine Fisher, his son Corey Sheeley, cousin Stephen Robbins and his daughter Shelley and her wife Frances, friend Pam Wright, and his neighbors & close friends Maurice Guerrero and Leticia Montoya (Steven was honored to be considered “Letty’s” grandfather). Steven also leaves behind many other friends and colleagues.

Born in Bay City, Texas, Steven would graduate from the University of Texas-Austin in 1969 with a degree in Advertising. Not long after that, in Lafayette LA, he worked in marketing at a radio station and then as a writer for children’s TV. Later, in Houston, he did public relations for the Ribnick company followed by a ten year employment at Telesystems Telemarketing. 

Steve’s passions included photography, as is documented by his many years of work with the Gilbert & Sullivan Society of Houston for whom he shot archival photographs of their productions. He also greatly enjoyed computer graphics but perhaps most dear to him was singing and playing the songs of the Beatles on his guitar. His stockpile of their recordings, videos, books and collectibles was far more than a hobby to him. On another note, Steven would frequently elevate the art of the wisecrack and the clever quip to great heights.

With never an evil bone in his body, Steven’s loyalty, consideration, generosity and compassion for those close to him was one of his endearing qualities. 

“My sweet Lord…Oh my Lord…I really want to be with you”

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Gilbert & Sullivan Society of Houston. 

 

Graveside service will be held on Sunday, March 31, 2019, at 3:00 pm at Adath Emeth Cemetery, 1540 Sylvester Rd. Houston, Texas 77009

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    Marquitta Harper says

    It was a pleasure getting to know you although it was a short time… Your jokes and laughter made each day just a little easier… And I appreciate the oppurtunity of getting the chance to partake in knowing the good man you are… Rest Easy… You worked hard…

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