In Memory

Steve Landram

Obituary from the Huntsville Times



Dec. 2, 1962 - Apr. 24, 2013
Stephen Paul Landram
Stephen Paul Landram, 50, of Huntsville, passed away on Wednesday. He was preceded in death by his mother, Karol Landram. Mr. Landram is survived by his children: Jacob Paul Landram and Grace Ann Marie Landram and their mother, Stephanie Jennings Landram; father: David M. Landram, Sr.; two brothers: David Landram, Jr. and wife Patricia, and John Philip Landram and wife Jennifer; one sister: Karen Marie Brown and husband Raymond; and seven nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be Monday, April 29th, from 2:00-4:00 p.m. at Berryhill Funeral Home followed by a 4:00 chapel service with Pastor Rob Peavey officiating. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Smile Train at

To honor the memory of Steve Landram and to help ensure the continued highest quality educational pursuits of his two children, Jacob Paul and Grace Ann Marie, a "LANDRAM DONATION ACCOUNT" has been established at Redstone Federal Credit Union. Donations may be made anonymously or in your name and ALL FUNDS will go directly towards tuition for Jacob's and Grace's continued education at Whitesburg Christian Academy.

If you would like to make a donation you can do so with an electronic transfer of funds or by making a deposit directly with Redstone Federal Credit Union using the following "LANDRAM DONATION ACCOUNT" information: Account #: 51006104799; Routing #: 262275835.

Please note that if you make a transfer directly from another RFCU account, you will need to enter the first thre...e letters of the account holder's last name: "HIL".

Anyone who would prefer to donate by personal check can certainly do that as well by sending your donation payable to "LANDRAM DONATION ACCOUNT" to Marvin Hill at 112 Samantha Rd., Huntsville, AL 35806 or Scotty Dole at 2406 Spoonbill Dr., League City, TX 77573.

On behalf of all of Steve's friends, THANK YOU TO ALL OF YOU for all that you've done and for being there during this most difficult time. The outpouring of support and love has truly been a blessing and a powerful source of strength.



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04/28/13 12:19 PM #1    

Terri Herring (Bates)

Wow so heartbroken to hear about Steve's passing. I have the funniest memories of hanging out during lunch with Steve and his crew. Prayers to his family. He will always be in our hearts. 

04/28/13 06:54 PM #2    

Beth Pryor (Hamilton)

I am so sad to hear of Steve's passing and have not been able to get he and his family off my mind this weekend.  I remember him as such a fun and friendly guy who always had  a big smile to share.  If am sorry that I will be unable to make it to his service tomorrow, but if anyone has an address for his parents and wife and children, I would love to send them a note of encouragement and to share how well thought of Steve was by our class.

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