Born: July 15, 1959 - Deceased: February 27, 2021
Steven Harris Davidson, 61, of Belleville, IL, born Wednesday, July 15, 1959, in Kenosha, WI, passed away on Saturday, February 27, 2021 at his residence in Belleville, IL.
Steven retired from the United States Airforce after 20 years of service. He then went onto work in a similar capacity supporting the Dept. of Defense as a civilian contractor. He was a Past Master of the St. Clair Masonic Lodge in Belleville, IL. He was also a founding member of the Stone Templars chapter of the Widows Sons motorcycle association.
He was preceded in death by his:
- parents, Martin and Joyce Davidson
Surviving are his:
- Wife, Helen Davidson of Belleville, IL
- Four Sons:
- Daniel Fraser and his wife, Jessica Fraser, of Plymouth, Devon, UK
- Adam Richardson of Belleville, IL
- Luke Davidson of Beale AFB, CA
- Benjamin Davidson of Belleville, IL
- Two Grandchildren:
- Katie Fraser
- Joshua Fraser
- Best Buddies:
- Warren McKee of Plant City, FL
- Matthew Olson of Red Bud, IL
Memorial: Memorial Service will be held at a later date.
We are sorry to hear of Steve’s passing. He was such a resilient man of many talents. We loved his antler pens. We are praying for comfort and blessings for all of you.
He was the first person who walked me through the Lodge.
My condolences for the family. SMIB
I first met Steve at Lowry AFB, Denver Colorado February 1981. We started “Fundys” together. After tech school we both arrived at Bitburg AB Germany in August 1981. That’s where Steve and I really had the greatest of times. I left Bitburg in February 1986 but we stayed in touch as best we could. We met up again sometime around 1989 when I was at Holloman AFB. We even got to trout fish together. I also got to know Steve’s folks, Martin and Joyce when they’d snowbird in Destin Florida when I was stationed at Eglin AFB. We last saw Steve and Helen in Belleville Illinois on our drive from Florida to Alaska in August 2011. Fond memories of a great man and of a life well lived. He was a kind and gentle man that was loved so much. For Helen and family, our deepest sympathy. Rest in peace buddy. We love you. You will be missed. Find the Light and we’ll meet again in the East Brother Steve.