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Robert Stephen Dubuque
Date of Death: December 17, 2009
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Robert Stephen “Steve” Dubuque, Jr. Robert Stephen “Steve” Dubuque, Jr., of Stephens City, Virginia, died Thursday, December 17, 2009, in Mary Washington Hospital, Fredericksburg, Virginia. Steve was born in 1964, in Washington D.C., the son of Robert S. Dubuque, Sr. and the late Shirley Dubuque. He lived in the Maryland and Northern Virginia area for …
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Sherry left a message on February 1, 2019:
Miss you so much!!!!! Happy birthday brother
SHERRY DUBUQUE left a message on August 27, 2018:
I miss you
kathleen olsen left a message on October 16, 2017:
I only knew Steve is a child. He was an old soul...wise beyond his years. He was dear to all who knew him. I have only sweet memories of him. Heaven is blessed to have you
Sherry Dubuque left a message on September 21, 2017:
I love you!,
Delores Fry left a message on December 28, 2009:
To my stepbrother Stevie, you were the toughest man we've ever known....always optimistic and prepared with faith and courage for every physical challenge you knew were part of your future. Our family Christmas was not the same without your smiling face!! A precious life has left our sight but will remain in our hearts forever. Love, Delores and Bruce
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Lynn Couture left a message on December 27, 2009:
My dear cousin Stevie, you are the kind of person that we all strive to be, kind and loving, I am so gratefull your pain is gone and finally your body is at peace. Give my Dad and Gramp my love, I know they are there with you. Try not to beat Dad at cribbage, he doesn't like that to much. See you one day, save a spot for me in heaven. Love you, Lynn
Nadine Efird left a message on December 24, 2009:
Steve, I am glad that the lord took away your pain...........but thanks for worrying about me when I was sick in May. I will always be a reference for you even for a job in heaven. I will never forget the first time I met you at Sta 15 when my 59 transfered there. Then we worked about 8 years together at Suburban. Take care and I will see ya in heaven one day. Nadine
theresa adams left a message on December 24, 2009:
To My Special Cousin I will miss all the fun we had on facebook. Keeping in touch with you has been wonderful. I know you are in a great place now and are having fun with Gramps and everyone there waiting for you. I'm sure you and Dad are out fishing somewhere beautiful. Now God is looking after you . Love Cousin Dianna
theresa adams left a message on December 24, 2009:
Hi Steve, This is your Aunt Theresa. You have been such a great guy. An attitude about life , always smilling and happy. I never saw you any other way. You Dad and Betty are very proud of you . I love you very much . Now you are with Uncle Leon. He must be teaching you how to fish and play cribbage. You are out of pain and enjoying yourself with your Mom. I see you again one of these days. xoxoxo
Joseph Chornock left a message on December 24, 2009:
In honor of Robert Stephen Dubuque, Joseph Chornock lit a candle.
Betty Dubuque left a message on December 23, 2009:
Steve I will always remember the good times we had over the years. We did many things together and pulled some jokes on Chuck and Dad. I know that you are resting in peace with no more pain and suffering. I will love you forever and as you have always told me I am your angel on earth, Betty
barry and rhonda bayne left a message on December 23, 2009:
stevie stevie you were the man the life you lived which noone can through all your hurt and all your pain you remain upbeat and always the same a smile on your face a glee in your eyes rest peacefull now as we say goodbye cause you gave joy to all that you touched and you will be missed very much barry and rhonda
bear bayne left a message on December 23, 2009:
steve will be missed i always liked when he came to our home he always played with me and took me for walks bear
Betty Dubuque left a message on December 23, 2009:
Steve, during those last days in the hospital we were unable to tell if you understood what we were trying to convey before your final passing, however, we want you to know that we dearly love you and will never forget you and the many wonderful times we had together over the 45 years we spent with you on earth. You know that it isn't necessary to tell you this love because we openly told one anaother over and over again duiring those last years together. We, also, know that your passing will be a major milestone when you join up with your mother in heaven and we are so happy that you will never have to experience pain again as you did off and on so many times during those 45 years on earth. Till we meet again, Dad
Meg Nealis left a message on December 22, 2009:
I met Steve thru the dentist office where I worked a few years ago. He was preparing for a kidney transplant and not once did his positive attitude waiver. Every time I saw him he was kind, happy, and never complained about the health issues he was facing. He made an impression on me to always look to the positive things in life and help others no matter your own situation. My deepest sympathy and heartfelt prayers go out to his family. Meg Nealis
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