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Steven Northcutt

Friday, January 27th, 1967 Monday, May 11th, 2020

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Obituary for Steven Mark Northcutt

Steven Mark Northcutt passed away suddenly at the young age of 53 on Monday, May 11, 2020. He was born in Emittsburg, Maryland to James and Joyce Northcutt. He was the husband of Tara Fiery-Northcutt, who he shared 21 years with. He was the father of two beautiful daughters: Alexandra and Ally. He was grandfather to Alexandra and husband Shawn’s son, Camden. He was siblings with Mike and Doug Northcutt, and brother-in-law to Debbie Northcutt, Kevin Fiery, Doug Fiery, and Brianne Mann. He was the uncle to seven nieces and nephews.

Steve started as an entrepreneur and business man using his love of coffee to operate two of his own cafes and helped open franchises across the country. He was an active and valued member of his community. Mid-career he changed focus. He spent a large part of his personal and professional life dedicated to helping others as an Assistant Vocational Director for the Potomac Center in Maryland.

He was a light in this often dark world and left a wonderful impression on everyone he met. He was a good man who graced all his family and friends with his kindness and sense of humor. The world was a better place with him in it.

Steve is a loved son, brother, husband, father, grandfather and friend. He will always be loved, remembered, and missed by all.

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Kellie Betz

To Tara & Xandra,

I made rounds today and talked to a lot of the residents that Steve worked with on a daily basis, WOW, the things they had to say! These are their words:

1. Me. Steve was very understanding! He saved my life and that’s something I’ll never forget.
2. Me. Steve was a sweet guy, he took us to church and did nice things for us.
3. Mr. Steve was a good mentor and a father figure to me.
4. Mr. Steve was an average, everyday worker. He was a good person and would help you any way he could.
5. Mr. Steve was a good man, I drew a lot of pictures for him.
6. Mr. Steve was kid and when I was mad and wanted to stay in bed, he’d get me up to get my day going.
7. We’ll do better in a second life. God bless you.
8. Mr. Steve was pretty cool.
9. Mr. Steve taught me how to garden.
10. Mr. Steve would always take me on outings. When I’d get mad, to chill out Mr. Steve would tell me jokes and talk about his grandson. Mr. Steve is in a better place.
11. Thank you for everything, you always gave good advice and complimented me everyday.
12. Mr. Steve was a nice person.
13. Mr. Steve was a good man, he’d talk about my problems and helped me out. He was a man of his word.
14. Mr. Steve took us out on weekends!
15. I miss Steve a lot.
16. To the family, I’m sorry for your loss. Thank you Steve for taking me out and keeping me out of trouble.
17. Mr. Steve sure did like his cars!

So, you see, he was loved by his residents. As they talked today, they smiled in remembering, he had a huge impact on their lives. I wanted you to know how Steve affected those he worked for so hard.

Steve will surely be missed but remembered fondly.

Kellie B
Comment | Posted at 06:08pm via Condolence

Kathy Fiery-Elder

Steve, I have written this twice and it seems to have disappeared, so I guess it wasn’t what I was supposed to say. So here goes again. YOU Steve were a son to me and brother within our family, when any of us was in crisis you kept a level head and enough distance that you could see it clearer than any of us. You always opened your home and found a job to anyone that needed help. You were my friend before any of the others in our family what at Gift you were. The day you met Ally you couldn’t stop talking about your Alex and how much you loved and missed her. After that meeting you became our Ally's guardian angel on earth and you took the role of protector, now you are really her angel. I think the day you met Tara it was love at first sight, there was no keeping your two apart and the journey begin. When we were looking for someone to help with Mom you stepped right up. I bet Mam headed right to you with a cup of coffee and open arms when saw you. My gosh, when no one else could get mom to do something or behave during the end of her illness you could always treating gently and with gentle words. The love you give without any strings to all the crossed your path didn't matter who can not be match. The Teacher you were to those that needed a little guidance. Steve, this family, Me have a hole that will not be able to be filled in our family. I have shared some of the stories with Tara and Ally that they didn't know and brought them a little laughter. Yes, I did tell them about the road trip to Front Royal and the cat. So, my son and friend be at peace now and continue to help guide this family as you have in the past and we will look for the words of wisdom from the IDS that helped all of us laugh, and look at just how blessed we were. I love you my son. Be at peace son….
Comment | Posted at 10:48am via Condolence

Brianne Mann

So many things could be said, and probably should have been said, about the memories you were a part of and helped create. Those times will certainly not be forgotten, even if they weren't fully appreciated in the moment. One of the greatest things you ever taught me was complete and total acceptance.....regardless of the person or the situation. You accepted all of us in the family regardless of our craziness and let us know you loved us in spite of ourselves. Thank you and thank you for all of the other life lessons you taught even when you didn't know it or tried to teach me something. I am sorry for crying all of those times that you simply walked into the room, that is something I will carry with me always too. You will be missed, even if we weren't close for years. Thank you for what you have done for my sister, my niece, me, and my kids....
Comment | Posted at 11:56am via Condolence

Douglas J Northcutt

Brother - I was lucky to know you 50 of your 53 years Proud to call myself your little brother. Our many conversations mostly laughing and sharing jokes at the worst possible times just to lighten the mood, spirit, and heart is what I will miss the most. I know you have found peace. I Love You and I will miss you. Or in our normal sign off - Love ya man!
Comment | Posted at 02:44pm via Condolence

Anthony Tyson

Life is so short, we need to make sure everyday we are telling our friends and family how much we love them! Steve was one of the most genuine people I had the pleasure to work with while at PC. On days when I was ready to pop he always found a way to make me laugh through the craziness...Steve was truly a good person and in my eyes valued and loved caring for others.
RIP Steve and keep watch over us in this time of uncertainty. 🙏🏽😥
Comment | Posted at 05:45pm via Condolence

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