Steve was an incredible husband, father and grandfather. An avid sports fan himself, Steve relished spending time with his family. Additionally, he enjoyed stargazing and camping.
He was an incredible source of strength to all who knew him, always believing in pursuing their dreams without giving up and never surrendering. All who loved him will miss him dearly.
Early Life and Education
Steve was raised by his mother and father. He greatly appreciated their hard work in raising him and his siblings. Steve became an avid family historian, documenting memories and working to trace family heritage and ancestry.
He was an adored son, husband, and father who shared many interests with his wife; these included running, hiking, travel, music and fine wine. Additionally, they loved their two children – Steve III and Karla.
He was active in his community, serving on both the Sterling City Commission and Madison South Rotary club. At times of football games he would volunteer at their brat stand – eventually becoming a Paul Harris Fellow himself. He will be greatly missed.
Steve graduated from Pinkerton Academy and set off on an incredible musical journey – one which involved lighting and sound setup at outdoor venues and festivals all across America.
Recently, he shifted his attention to business, dedicating most of his time and efforts to cultivating sales skills and serving as regional sales manager; for which he received numerous awards.
Steve had a larger than life personality who enjoyed spending his time surrounded by family and friends, attending Philadelphia Phillies games and Flyers games as well as Chelsea FC matches, traveling extensively and meeting new people. Steve will be greatly missed by all who knew him, he truly was one-of-a-kind person! Steve leaves behind his wife, two daughters, and one son as his legacy.
Achievement and Honors
Steve was an outstanding father and husband who never missed a sporting event his children participated in, always standing there as their support.
He enjoyed traveling and working on his vehicles, leaving an indelible mark in all who knew and loved him. We will miss him greatly.
Home health care staff provided Steve with excellent care over the years and we appreciate them immensely. Please accept our sincerest condolences; your loved ones will remain in our thoughts and prayers. Send a personalized note today!
Steve was always quick to laugh and enjoy life; he enjoyed being around others and was known for his generosity; always willing to lend a helping hand when someone needed assistance. Steve was very caring towards his family members and would take every opportunity possible to express how much he cared.
He was an incredible father and grandfather, always providing for those in need. An avid traveler, he also enjoyed drinking his fair share of beers!
He was an active member of St. Paul’s (Hametown) Lutheran Church as well as Shrewsbury Lodge No. 423 F&AM; Harrisburg Consistory Scottish Rite; Tall Cedars of Lebanon York Forest # 30 and American Motorcycle Association. Additionally, he supported local charities, such as Fallsburg Rescue Squad.
Steve Bing amassed millions of dollars during his life. He even dabbled with Hollywood production, producing several movies himself and investing in several that eventually brought in immense returns.
He owned numerous properties and invested in the stock market. Reportedly, several trust funds had been set up for his children – however Damian was recently removed from those trust funds.
He was an incredible gentleman who always helped his friends and family in need. An enthusiastic storyteller, he had no difficulty striking up conversations with anyone he encountered. His memory will live on through his adoring wife and children as well as extended family.