Steven Charles Dickson Grand Ledge Steven Dickson was born in Ventura, California on July 4, 1964 to Naida (Walden) Schelter and Charles Wm. Dickson. He is survived by his mother Naida Schelter, and step-father Robert Schelter and two brothers, Wm. Thomas Walden, Jr. and Michael Gordon Walden and three sisters, Barbara Jo (Mark Lefor) Walden, Carolyn Sue (Jim Navarro) Walden and Juanita (Thomas) Hovey, CPA. He is also survived by a step-sister, Janet Moore and three step-brothers… Read More » William (Monica) Schelter, Rick (Lilly) Schelter and Henry “Hank” (Sue) Schelter. He is survived by Great Aunt Jean Wright, Great Uncle Richard (Elfriede) Hohenthaner, and Great Uncle Vance Ernest (Donna) Hohenthaner; and several nephews. Thomas (Casey) Hovey, Jr. and Joseph Hovey, Patrick Walden and niece, Suzi (Brett) Godfrey. Steven is also survived with several close cousins, Christine (Terry) Phifer, Charity (Jim) Harris, Jolynn (Rick) Lorenc, Rick (Irene) Hohenthaner, Andrew Hohenthaner, James (Marlo) Hohenthaner, Michele (Darrell) Colombo, Anita Hohenthaner CPA (Dr. Mark A.) Comacho, David (Shawn) Hohenthaner and many cousins from the Wright family. He also has a number of second cousins. Steven has lived in many parts of the country during his life: California where he was born, many times and different parts of Michigan, including Sterling Heights, Mount Clemens, Lansing and Delta Township. He studied at Lansing Community College then moved up to Sault Sainte Marie and graduated from Lake Superior State University with a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Economics. He moved to Texas and first worked at the horse track in Bandera. Then was offered a job as Comptroller in San Antonio where he worked for several years. Then he worked for another company for several years. He had a common-law wife who he supported for about eight years before she passed away from breast cancer. When he came back to Michigan he started selling insurance and was an agent for several companies. Steven had a great sense of humor and loved playing tricks on people, especially his cousins. As a young teen he loved roller skating and became great at roller speed skating where he was on a team. He was very athletic and at a very young age he could dive off the high diving board, doing a swan dive much to the surprise of the life guards. One time, I took the three younger kids to the bowling alley and Steven’s first ball knocked all the pins down to which they gave him a free game for that. Written by his mother, Naida Schelter A memorial service will be held at 11:00 am on Saturday, August 11, 2018 at St. Stephen Lutheran Church, 2900 N. Waverly Rd. Lansing, MI 48906. To share memories and condolences please visit www.SkinnerFuneralHomes.com
Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Steven Charles Dickson 2018.
Death notice for the town of: Eaton Rapids, state: Michigan