• Carrington, Steven (Steve) William,

    September 19, 2018
  • Ypsilanti,

    Age 54, suddenly passed away in his home, from cancer, on Monday, September 17, 2018, with his wife and daughter by his side. He is survived by his wife Susan, their four children David, William, Taven, and Haley; his parents, Archie Sr. and Rita; his three siblings, Salina (John) Watson, Archie Jr. (Pam), and Ricky (Kim); and a host of other family and friends.

    A public visitation/service will be Tuesday, September 25, 2018, from 4 pm to 7 pm at C&H Community Home for Funerals, Lucille’s Memorial Chapel, 411 S. Adams St., Ypsilanti. Cremation to take place in accordance to Steven’s final wishes. Arrangements entrusted to C&H Community Home for Funerals. Please sign the guestbook below.

  • 15 comments

    My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I knew Steve from the Willow Run Party Store where he worked. He was always kind to me. He was a very loving soul that all customers seemed to love and respect. Gonna miss you, my brother. Rest from your labors.

    Please except my condolences. May you find comfort in knowing that your dear one is safe in the memory of God, who will remember every detail about him and bring him back again. John 5:28, 29 gives this assurance.

    Steve will be sadly missed by his wife, Susan, daughter, Haley. He was a great husband and father. May he rest in peace.

    To my friend. Sorry to hear you are gone. You will never be forgotten. Rest in heaven, my friend.

    May God comfort the hearts of the entire Carrington Family as they mourn the transition of our dearly departed friend... I have known Steve far back as I can remember from Ainsworth and from Chapelle to Ypsi High and all my memories of him are positive... Praying for all...

    R.I.P. Steve. You will be missed. But not forgotten. You brought joy and smiles to all you have came in contact with. Willow Run Party Store won't be the same without you there.

    Hey I am very sorry to hear about your loss. He was a very AWSOME, LOVING, CARING, nice guy. I was so close to him. I called him my uncle. I go in the Willow Run Party Store every day even if I am not buying anything just to say hi. I love ya and it made me cry one day when the first time I said it and he said it back. We were very good friends & I am very sorry RIP: STEVE (UNCLE)

    To the family, my deep and sincere condolences and prayers during this very sad and emotional season. The pain of your loss will be felt in many ways. The weight of his absence at times may be unbearable, and the emptiness, and longing cannot be put into words. Throughout all of this, our God WILL hold and carry you... and one day, one day bring you to a place of peace. My prayers will continue ~ In Christ's love, Caj Hunter, a friend of Salina

    Shalom. Remembering his smile and sweet demeanour. Praying The Most High's love comforts, guides, and gives you all peace, Carrington tribe. Love, Caprice Johnson. Shalom

    Wow, I just don't believe it cousin. Every since I found out you were gone, I went all the way back in my childhood as we all grew up (me, Salina, Junie, Kevin, Rick, Ricky, yourself and Kim). I like how the times we ran into each other on your jobs. I pray cousin that God comforts your wife & children, aunt Rita & uncle Archie, Salina, Ricky, Archie Jr., as well as the entire family. When the song of Smokey Robinson runs through my head, I can say, yes it is true from everyone. Rest In Heaven. We'll see each one day.

    My deepest condolences to the family. Gone from your sight but always in your heart. The book of Revelations tells us that book that blessed are the dead for they cease from their labor and their works do follow them.

    Please and strength to the family

    Steve was always a happy person with a smile that was contagious. Steve and Susan were meant for each other they laugh together and always uplifting to people around them. Steve will be missed but always be remembered by family and friends. Rest In Peace with the lord Steve u til we all meet again in heaven.

    To the Carrington family, I'm really sorry for your loss. Steve was a very kind person and he will truly be missed. I'm praying for you all. Rest in peace my friend

    So sorry you are gone but you are now free..free from pain, free from medication, free from all those Dr everytime you went to get checked. You are definitely in a better place being missed by all the people that loved you. I knew you from the store 15 years or so. Your smile and your pleasantries will be missed by many. RIP my friend..❤