Steve Fair

steve fair

Steve Fair was born November 2, 1948 in Hughes Springs, Texas and passed away December 15, 2020 at his home in Daingerfield. As owner and operator of Pinewood Mobility, Steve provided handicap equipment for 34 years. He was a gifted mechanic and enjoyed his street rods and working on cars. He also loved to ride his motorcycle any chance he could.

Steve was preceded in death by his parents, John and Ada Fair; sister, Wanda Attwood; and brothers, Billy Fair and Davie Doss.

He his survived by his wife of 48 years, Debbie Fair; son, Michael Fair and wife Stacie; and two grandchildren, Juliana Fair and Colton Fair.  

A memorial service will be held at a later date. 

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  1. Debbie and family, we are so sorry to hear about Steve. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Glynn, Becky and Colton

  2. So sorry for the loss of such a great guy, Steve will be missed by many, I know the loss of a loved one is even more difficult during the holidays. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  3. Deb & Family,
    I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. He leaves some big shoes to fill for sure, going to miss his light hearted picking. Big hugs to you my friend.

  4. Steve aka gorilla you Debbie Michael are family to me Steve taught me everything I know to this day rip Steve you'll always be in my heart.

  5. We Loved this man! Just one great memory after another. Steve built a green Vega with a V8 with me. It had so much power it would try to lift the front end like a frog taking off. He called it Kermit! Loved this man!

  6. Debbie my heart is sad for you and family… Steve's a remarkable man and will forever be missed. He was like a "big" brother, always with open arms smothering me with big arms wrapped up in a loving hug. Steve's a gentle giant teddy bear. His heart was bigger than his stature and that's saying a lot, being he was one big man. I've know Steve a very long time since, the early 1970's…..he never wavered from expressing his love for everyone. We were all so happy when he brought you to my parents home and introduced "you" all those years ago. We were so pleased he found his true love in you. You two were meant for each other, no doubt…..Oh the stories and laughs we shared over the years, it was always a "good day" to have him (& you) visit. My heart and thoughts always with you. I wish you peace in your heart as you hold on to the happy memories. His love is will always be within you and everyone he touched and helped.

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