Piedmont HealthCare administrators pay tribute to former co-worker

Posted at 10:10 AM on Aug 11, 2017

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These Piedmont HealthCare Administration employees paid tribute to Steve Beaver on Friday. Steve was a former PHC employee who passed away recently. He was an avid UNC Tar Heels fan. Employees wore their UNC Tar Heel gear, or Carolina Blue, in memory of their friend.

Beaver, 56, who lived in Mooresville, "made his final stop on his 'Living Life to the Fullest Tour' in Heaven" on Friday, August 4, according to his obituary.

From Steve Beaver's Obituary

He was a husband, father, grandfather, son, brother, brother-in-law, uncle, co-worker, nephew, friend, mentor and inspiration to all who crossed his path and had the pleasure to know him. He fought a very courageous battle with cancer for over two years. He showed all who came in contact with him that it is possible to live life on your own terms, in your own way, and make memories every single day even if the odds are against you. His life was a daily living testimony that God is real, that his love for us is real, and that it WILL NEVER FAIL.

Steve was an active member of The Cove Church in Mooresville and served on the production team for many years. He worked for Piedmont HealthCare in Statesville before his retirement in 2016. He was very involved in his community as a youth sports coach and served on the Troutman and South Iredell Athletic boards and PTA’s.

Steve is survived by his wife of 28 years, Melissa (Missy) Carter Beaver, daughter Lauren (Zack) Bruce of Kannapolis, daughter Jordan Beaver (Darrell Stanley) of Wilkesboro, and grandchildren, Liam Bruce, Aeris and Addy Stanley; mother, Priscilla Hilgendorf of Hickory; sister, Elaine (Todd) Miller of Conover; and numerous in-laws, nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles and special friends whom he cherished and loved.

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