Stevie Byers

Steve Byers

February 28, 1954 - April 30, 2021
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Steve Wayne Byers, 67, of Railroad Avenue, Shelby, passed away on Friday, April 30, 2021 at his residence.

Born in Cleveland County, NC on February 28, 1954, he was the son of the late Hoyle Anderson Byers and Grace Viola Rochester Byers.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one son, Steven Dwayne Byers; one daughter, Angela Marie Rackley; two sisters, Lucille Tesseneer and Cathy Thomas and a brother, James Anderson Byers.

Survivors include nine grandchildren, Katie Byers, Tesla Rackley, Cage Rackley, Joey Dyer, Caleb Byers, Leigha Plank, Ethan Martin, Adrian Martin and Kaidence Byers and two great grandchildren, Achilles Logan and Malachi Ramsey.

The visitation will be held on Saturday, May 15, 2021 from 12:00 Noon till 4:00PM at Bessemer City American Legion, 152 Long Creek Rd., Bessemer City, NC.

Following the visitation, a motorcycle ride will be held.

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Arrangements have been entrusted to Stamey-Tysinger Funeral Home & Cremation Center, Inc., Fallston, NC.
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Sharon Pasour

Posted at 11:11am
My heart was broken when I heard of his passing. We worked together for many years before I retired. He would come by my office a couple times a week just to say hello. A wonderful guy for sure. I'm sure he is missed by everyone he worked with. He always said "It'll be alright" no matter what was going on. Praying for his family and friends. Sharon Pasour

Mike Baity

Posted at 02:38am
My Condolences to The Family of Steve. I'm the Security Guard here at work. I would see Him every night when He checked in. One of His Favorite Sayings Was, "It'll Be Alright". I keep those words in my mind when I'm feeling a little low. Steve will be missed by Me and Everyone here at work. Sincerely, Mike Baity

Mike Baity

Posted at 02:30am
My Condolences to The Family of Steve. I was shocked to hear the news of his passing. I'm the Security Guard at Advance where he worked. I miss him so much. We would chat a bit every night he came in for work. He was Always nice and fun to chat with. One of His Favorite Sayings Was, "It'll be Alright. I'll never forget that or Him. Rest in Peace My Friend. You're loved and Missed by All of Us here at work. God Bless the Family, Sincerely, Mike Baity

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