George H. Stepp

July 10, 1956February 7, 2021

George H. Stepp, 64, of Steelton, passed away peacefully on Sunday, February 07, 2021, at his home. Born July 10, 1956, in Harrisburg, he was a son of the late Kenneth and Helen Stepp.

George retired with 37 years service from the Bethlehem Steel Corp. His hobbies included boating, fishing, football, hunting and watching NASCAR racing.

He is survived by his loving wife, Nicole Stepp; son, Jason DeWalt; daughter, Heather Sheriff (husband Devin); grandsons, Justin Altland, Zachary and Kendall Lawton; granddaughters, Savannah and Lillian Sherriff; his sister, Sandy Swartz (husband Troy); nephews, Earl Bechtel, Jr. (wife Tracy), Matthew Leeper, Richard Jr., Kenneth and David Stepp, and Joseph Swartz; great-nephews, Dylan and Hunter; and great-nieces, Rebecca and Jessica Bechtel (husband Jessie).

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Richard Stepp (wife Lovetta); and a sister, Linda Bechtel (husband Arthur).

Per his requests, there will be no services.

Any contributions should be made to the American Cancer Society, PO Box 897 Hershey, PA 17033; American Heart Association, 4250 Crums Mill Rd, Harrisburg, PA 17112; or Kidney Foundation of Central PA, 900 S Arlington Ave #134a, Harrisburg, PA 17109.


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Nicole Stepp

February 13, 2021

God brought us together and united us as one. Now he answered your prayer, called you home and set you free to soar like an eagle.

I had to let you go, but I'll never stop loving or missing you ever. I'll wait for God to answer my prayer to reunite us again.

Thank you for the best 38 years of my life and all the wonderful memories. You were my soulmate, lover, friend, hero, rock and as you always said "old man". You made all my dreams come true. God blessed us with our home, children, grandkids, family, friends, each other and a good life together.

I can't say goodbye, just that I'll see you later on the other side. Tell everyone I said hi, I love and miss them so much. Hope you meet my dad, he was great like you.

Happy Anniversary and Happy Valentines Day. Luv ya always and forever! This saying was all about our life together.

Joy Meyers

February 12, 2021

From your woodpecker poem that got you thrown out of kindergarden and all the jokes told at gathering you were always the life of the party. Heaven has gain another smiling angel. Sure Uncle Ken, Aunt Helen, Linda and Rick were there to welcome you to paradise. Prayers and hug to Nicole and all the family.

Zachary Lawton

February 12, 2021

I would of never thought the day would come when god would take you to the other side. But let me just say I would’ve never of let anyone else rather than you teach me how to drive a boat, use a fishing road, and shoot a rifle than you, you taught me basically everything I know. I would always hear the story’s of how you would never let me get out of your sight and man oh man do I love all the story’s you used to tell me about how much trouble you got in with all your buddys. But let me just say there’s not another person on earth I would call pap but you I love you so very much and there’s not a day I don’t think about you I love you pap tell all the family up there I said hi and that I love them and miss them too.


February 12, 2021

They say a family that laughs together cries together!
And we have done our share of both. I have been so Blessed to have you for my brother,you were always the life of the party and everyone looked forward to our family times together. You will never be forgotten G.
I love you from the bottom of my heart. Save me a place at the table, I'll bring the honky bread for the chicken pot pie.
I Will Always Love You.
Love Sis.❤

Earl Bechtel

February 12, 2021

I will always remember the early morning out on the boat. Fight over the worms. You will be missed but not forgotten. Until we meet on the other side love you Uncle Gee RIP. I will put the umbrella down for you