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San Antonio Express-News (TX) - April 13, 2008

Deceased Name: Singer Stephen L.

Stephen Lee Singer passed away April 8, 2008 at the age 63. He is survived by his wife, Gabriela, stepson, and family. Steve, you left us a beautiful legacy of love in your kind gentle spirit. Your fight was one of great courage. You were my shield as I was yours. I am devoted to you always my "Love Lime". Your spirit will live on in the hearts of everyone you touched. Steve will be missed by his family, many friends as well as his four legged friend's Coco, Mojo and Tango. Memorial Service - Sunday, April 13, 2008, 1:00 P.M., Porter Loring Chapel on McCullough Ave. You are invited to sign the guestbook at www.porterloring.com. Memorial contributions may be made to "Best Friends" Animal Society Organization, 5001 Angel Canyon Road, Kenab, Utah 84741-5000. Arrangements with Porter Loring Mortuary. None 68399 PorterLoring.jpg

San Antonio Express-News (TX)
Date: April 13, 2008

 

 

 

San Antonio Express-News (TX) - April 12, 2008

Deceased Name: Singer Stephen L.

STEPHEN LEE SINGER Born July 3, 1944 and left his wonderful life April 7, 2008. Steve was preceded by the death of the father he adored, Colonel Merton Singer, a 1938 West Point graduate, and Steve followed in his footsteps and was graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 1966. His mother was the former Jean Helen Eidelberg of San Antonio. After graduation Steve spent 13 months in Vietnam. He remained in the Army as a Captain for four years but left to pursue more artistic interests. While at West Point Steve played in a rock band called "The Inmates" week-ends only, and in his senior year he was honored with the duty of writing music and lyrics to the class play - a big musical extravaganza called "Silver Thumb." Steve came from a musical family and from birth on he listened to opera, operetta, concert and popular music, so we shouldn't have been surprised to hear him singing, "Yankee Doodle Dandy" in his crib when he was nine months old. Once more entering to the artistic world, Steve enrolled in graduate school at the University of Southern California, receiving a master of fine arts degree in cinema. As his "Jack of all Trades" career in the film business developed, he would constantly seek opportunities for submitting his music to all the projects he worked on, or that came to his attention. This led to numerous credits in feature and industrial films, movie trailers, theme music packages for various local and national radio programs and several jingles, including two which won awards at the Houston Film Festival. Other notable credits include a jumbotrom crowd energizer for the San Antonio Spurs, and his song, "Too Bent To Boogie" was recorded by Johnny Paycheck and used in the sound track of the Docudrama "Hells Angels Forever." But the itch to produce his own album began to overtake the comfort zone of simply writing for others, and when he finally assessed all the songs he had written, he realized it was time to put his best songs on the anvil of reality. Three incredibly talented people became co-orchitects of Steve's project. They were Mark Gray, artist/producer from Nashville, Jeff Sturmes of San Antonio - a keyboard/acoustic guitar player with George Strait, and Jay Stewart, an La Indy record producer/musician with whom Steve had worked on almost all of his music projects since the mid 70s. Singer said, "I wanted to create an exceptional CD that would stand up with all the artists who have inspired by own work over the years, but which would also showcase my own talents as a song-writer and singer in a unique way, and I'm grateful to be able to share this album with everyone." The CD is called "Thin Ice" and can be heard on the Internet "CD Baby". Steve's personal life became legal when he married Gabriell Uribe on the 25th of February this year. Steve has had lung cancer for two and a half years, and Gabi has taken wonderful care of him. She was his best friend and the love of his life. Steve left a beautiful legacy of loving, gentle spirit embraced by a multitude of friends; his brother, Robert Singer; his niece and nephew, Devra and Michael Singer; his mother who adored him and was proud of his determination to continue to learn all things new; and his wife Gabi and her son Marcelo. He will live eternally in the hearts of his family and friends. Instead of flowers, please send contributions to best friends or somewhere of your choice, Memorial services will be at Porter Loring Sunday afternoon. None 68198

San Antonio Express-News (TX)
Date: April 12, 2008

 

 

 

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