In Memory

Steven Good

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01/30/14 03:55 PM #1    

Denice Hoffman (Lucas)

Steve was a neighbor for many years in Evanston.

Does anyone know what happened to him?

01/31/14 10:20 AM #2    

Benjamin Kanter

I caught up with Steve after college when I was back in Chicago.  Although I moved away in '85, when Steve died in 2009 my mother sent me the newpaper stories (our families had remained friends).  It was a tragic situation: Steve apparently got caught up in the financial crisis and took his own life.  Jim Craig has a detailed web page regarding Steve's career and life. If you search for Steve Good Chicago Obituary you should be able to locate it.

02/03/14 06:31 AM #3    

Robert Crawford

This is very sad.  I remember Steve from soccer, frshman year.  He was a good team mate, serious but not overbearing, and I liked him throughout high school.  I found this link:

05/25/14 08:49 AM #4    

Richard Lynn

Steve was a good friend in bacon. We had lots of good times together at Eths and our lives continued to intersect as we grew up and entered the real world. 

One moment stands out for me. Steve's father just picked up his brand new Mercedes Benz convertible sports car. Steve picked me up with his brother Todd to test out how it handled on the streets of the north shore.  We took off north on SHERIDAN.  Todd tucked in the back area and me in the passenger seat.  The car handled the ravines ion SHERIDAN as advertised.  The Skokie lagoon was a little different.  We headed south from Dundee road through the winding roads.  Steve hit a nice patch and the car went into a spin.  It went more than 180 degrees more than 360.  We ended up 540 degree turn.  Headed the other way on the other side of street 6 inches from a large drop off that would have changed the car forever.  We were saved by some force out side of ourselves and changed us forever.  

We did other things with our lives yet this moment will last from here to eternity.  Steve we miss you.  Ricky lynn...

06/14/14 11:12 AM #5    

John O'Connor

F Team at Nichols - dependable, straight as an arrow person

A large party you had on Greenleaf  n Sheridan - too big 

Nice guy that will be missed by all he met, knew and touched during his years with them


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