April 18, 1952 - February 4, 2021
Steven James Fobear, age 68, born April 18, 1952 in Lansing, MI, raised in Saginaw, MI, and a longtime resident of Cass City, MI passed away February 4, 2021 after battling multiple illnesses and Covid-19. He married Dora M. Huizar October 3rd, 1975 at the Tuscola County Courthouse in Caro, MI. He is preceded in death by his parents, Harry & Virginia Fobear, sister Rosemary “Rusty” Moran, brother Mark Fobear. Left to cherish his memory is his loving wife Dora, son Jonathan(Dr. Mark Doyal) in Pittsburgh, PA; brother Mike Fobear in Nashville, TN; brother Tim Fobear (Shannon) in Aurora, CO; sister Jackie (Paul) Marshall in Saginaw MI; nephew Jeremy (Amanda) Marshall; niece Janelle Marshall; two great-nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins. In the course of his life, Steve worked at different places, including Sargent Sands, Walbro Corp., Nortec Plastics, Deckerville Plastics, and Thompsons. His work took him all over Eastern Michigan from Cass City, to Saginaw, to Bay City, to Farmington. In addition, he always had a story to tell from the years he enjoyed driving taxi for Yellow Cab, in Saginaw, MI. Steve had many loves, first was his family. He loved the Beatles, Peter Paul & Mary, Harry Chapin, and many other artists. He also loved choir music, Broadway musicals, and mixed CDs from his son. He loved fishing and eating perch. He loved golfing, especially Dora’s family golf outings. He loved the Cass City United Methodist Church and his Church family. He always looked forward to helping out at Church dinners, especially Dorcas; it was a good time for him. He loved lawn work and gardening, joking around with his brothers and sister, and his sister’s Christmas cookies. Steve had a great sense of humor. At church he started out as a choir member, and in later years became Church choir director. He also directed the Tom Thumb Community Choir for a number of years and made many good friends. He had a really good ear for music. He liked helping out at the Community Thanksgiving Dinner each year, while he was able. It was one of his favorite meals to help out at. Even though he did not grow up in Cass City, he spent most of his life here. He loved the community and the people. Steve will be dearly missed. He touched so many lives in such a positive way. On Sunday, February 14, at 1 p.m. there will be an in-person Memorial service that will also be streamed online via Zoom link. The in person service will be at the Cass City United Methodist Church at 5100 Cemetery Road just north of town. Face masks worn over nose & mouth is required for all guests for the entire duration of the memorial service. As an extra level of safety, no food will be served after the service. For out of town friends and family, and at-risk guests who choose to participate safely from their home, we will provide a Zoom link at https://everloved.com/life-of/steven-fobear when it’s available. Prior to the service, please make sure you have the Zoom app downloaded to your smart phone, laptop, or computer. Gifts and other expressions of sympathy can be sent in the following ways. For those who want to express your sympathy with a plant or flower arrangement for the service, please address them to Cass City United Methodist Church, 5100 Cemetery Road, Cass City, MI 48726 for the service on February 14. If you would like to support the work of Steve’s Church, please use the address listed above to mail a check made out to “Cass City United Methodist Church” with Steve’s name in notation. If you are so moved to help us cover funeral costs and medical bills please donate at: https://everloved.com/life-of/steven-fobear Give only what you are able, if you are able. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
Steven James Fobear, age 68, born April 18, 1952 in Lansing, MI, raised in Saginaw, MI, and a longtime resident of Cass City, MI passed away February 4, 2021 after battling multiple illnesses and Covid-19. He married Dora M. Huizar October... View Obituary & Service Information
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