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News and Discussions => Nuke Community => Fallen: => Topic started by: scooby on Sep 03, 2015, 07:37

Title: Steve Munns
Post by: scooby on Sep 03, 2015, 07:37
With a heavy heart I write to tell you Steve passed away this morning. He had bone marrow cancer which led to acute kidney failure. Steve worked many nuke plants the last 20 years but settled in at NTS. With a group of people he considered family. He is survived by his wife a son in Texas and a daughter nuker in Tennessee. He is in a much better place now. God bless all for being a part in his life.
Title: Re: Steve Munns
Post by: btkeele on Sep 10, 2015, 09:23
First off, Annette, sorry for your loss... Your dad was a unique individual to say the least!
I really enjoyed the time I worked with him and have a few stories to go along with it.

RIP Steve..
Title: Re: Steve Munns
Post by: Chimera on Sep 11, 2015, 08:37
I am so sorry to hear that Steve is gone.  He was a good Tech and a good man . . . not necessarily in that order.  Some people make the world a better place just because they are there.  Steve was one of those people.

Michael K.
Title: Re: Steve Munns
Post by: shehane on Oct 10, 2018, 06:29
I am late finding this listing but am saddened.  I never worked with or met Steve but spent many hours with Annette (work and play).  I feel like I knew a lot about him from the stories Annette told.  Condolences to the Munns family for your loss.