Stephen Nelson Peltier

Born on March 28, 1955

Departed on December 4, 2012 and resided in Nashville, TN

Click on the links above for maps and directions. View current weather.

PELTIER, Steve- Age 57, Nashville, December 3, 2012. Survived by wife, Karen Peltier; children, Christine and Catherine Peltier; father, Roy Peltier; sister, Sharon Stark. Visitation will be Thursday, December 6, 4-6pm at St. Henry Catholic Church, Nashville. Visitation will also be in Kettering, OH at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church on Friday, December 7, 9:30–10:30am with Funeral Mass at 10:30am. Interment will follow at Calvary Cemetery in Dayton, OH. HARPETH HILLS FUNERAL HOME 615 646-9292

11 Comments to Stephen Nelson Peltier

  1. Kathy Keye & Ray Skinner
    December 4, 2012 12:00 am

    Steve was a great co-worker and friend. We will miss him dearly. Keeping The Peltier Family in our thoughts and prayers.

    Thinking of you,
    Kathy & Ray

  2. Lisa B Lawrence
    December 5, 2012 12:00 am

    He will be dearly missed.

  3. Gary Waldron
    December 5, 2012 12:00 am

    In Steve’s first couple of year with Stericycle, he and I often traveled together. I found him to be a very focused and intelligent person and a pleasure to work with. More important that all that, Steve held very strongly to his personal convictions and beliefs. He always had his family first in his mind, and never failed to mention his love for them. I know in his extensive travels that there were occassions that he was unable to be at home when he would have liked to, and I also saw the lengths and effort he would expend to minimize the impact on his family and maximize the quality of time that he was able to spend with them.

    He touched the lives of many of us in a very positive manner, and our thoughts and prayers go out to his family in this time of loss.

  4. Troy Anunson
    December 5, 2012 12:00 am

    Steve was great man, and mentor, he always talked about his family and how much they ALL ment to him. We first met talking about our daughters and their softball adventures, as well as his daughters soccer talents. He taught me a great deal about how to handle ourselves in very important meeting with the likes of Family Dollar and Pep Boys etc. He will be dearly missed in business and justto have a great person to bunce thing s off of.

    Our thoughts and prayers are with the Peltier Family, He will be greatl missed.
    Troy and Cheri Anunson

  5. Rose & Wayne Kinard
    December 5, 2012 12:00 am

    For a couple of years, I had the great pleasure of working with Steve. He was a very conscientious, hard working and motivated person. He was such a genuine, good humored guy who had the most wonderful, robust laugh which I will miss terribly. Dagwood’s will never be the same!

    Steve was so proud of his family and was always talking about them. He hated being away from them so much when he was asked to travel for work. I have fond memories of helping him with his travel arrangements… he would always request that I reserve a “Park Bench” for him to sleep on … He now has a great “Park Bench” in heaven to rest on! Sweet Dreams Steve!!

    He will be truly missed! Our hearts and Prayers are with his family at this sorrowful time.

  6. Meg and Ed Stiles
    December 5, 2012 12:00 am

    Steve was an amazing man. Dedicated to his family, focused on always giving his best to his clients, and committed to the success of those who worked with him and for him. A fiercely loyal friend and mentor. May the man he was continue to live in all of us. He will be terribly missed.

  7. Missy Black
    December 5, 2012 12:00 am

    Steve was a great person to work with and I am glad we had the opportunity. Wether it’s hectic work meetings or exchanging stories about the kids sports, he will be truly missed.

  8. Lisa Gunter
    December 5, 2012 12:00 am

    I am very fortunate to have met Steve in the short time I have been working here. I looked forward to him being in the office and the banter; his dry humor was like a piece of home to me.One never likes having a battle of wits with the unarmed and Steve was always armed! His personality, professionalism and expertise will be greatly missed.

    May the family find peace in their hearts, joy in their memories and love in the family and friends that comfort them in this difficult time.

  9. Teresa Koot
    December 5, 2012 12:00 am

    In a loss to find my own words to express my condolences, I came upon this quote�?�

    “When you are sorrowful look again in your heart, and you shall see that in truth you are weeping for that which has been your delight.” �?? Anonymous

    I think this quote can speak for many of us who have had the pleasure of working with Steve over the past few years. Steve was more than just a fellow employee�?� he was a mentor, a confidant, and a leader but above all else he was the truest of friends. He was someone that could be turned to for guidance, support�?� or simply just a good laugh.

    As we have all begun to reminisce and share each of our own �??Steve�?� stories over the past few days, it has become overwhelming clear that while Steve�??s presence in our everyday lives will truly be missed�?� the memories we all have of him will forever bring us delight, for not one of the �??Steve�?� stories I�??ve heard or remembered have ended without a smile.

    May God bless and comfort Steve�??s family and friends in this time of sorrow with all of the memories of delight they hold in their hearts.

  10. Greg Romero
    December 5, 2012 12:00 am

    A professional relationship I will never forget. Eternal rest grant unto you Steve and May the perpetual light shine upon you. May your soul and the souls of all the faithful departed thought the mercy of God rest in peace. StrongPak will forever be in your debt.

  11. Mark Wilcox
    December 7, 2012 12:00 am

    Steve and I had a special relationship. Our work hours were very similar. He knew that I was there for him at all hours of the day morning, noon, & night and he was always there the same for me. He was a highly dedicated co-worker and family man. He loved his trade and the industry that he so impacted. He was devoted to the customer and the Stericycle family new and old. We will all remember him for his leadership, his mentorship, work ethic and most of all his unconditional friendship. I only have one regret in that I wish I could have said goodbye to him. My heart is empty right now knowing we lost a fine man and person in our lives. My prayers go out to his family and those he touched. We will miss you Steve.