Stephen Duffle

Stephen Anthony Duffle

Monday, February 8th, 1954 - Friday, September 27th, 2019
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Steve, age 65, from the Edmond OK area, was killed on Friday September 27th, 2019 while on a motorcycle cruise in Harrison AR with his wife Denise.

Steve was a man of many talents who wore different hats for many different people (as long as it was his red Delco hat). He was a loving husband, father grandfather and friend and brother to many. He was happy being “The Guy” when anyone needed ANYTHING. He was a talented diesel mechanic who worked for Cummins from 1974 to the early 80’s and then Delco Diesel for 37 years where he had loyal customers who knew he was the person to get their pumps fixed right every time.

Steve was a family man that was married to Denise for 46 years. They had 2 sons, Willy and Joey, and 2 surrogate daughters, Ami Medley and Jennifer Duffle whom he never labeled as nieces because he loved them as if they were his own. He always hosted the big family holiday get-togethers at 4th of July, Thanksgiving and Christmas to make sure the extended family didn’t lose touch.

Steve was preceded in death by: Dad and Mom, Leon & Rose Duffle; Brothers Charles, Barry, and Don – his best friend and little brother. He is survived by: Wife Denise; Sons Willy & Joey; Sisters: Mary Knori, Betty Woody & husband Johnny, Marca; Brothers: Bob & wife Cindy, David & wife Debby, Mike & wife Rebecca; Grandchildren: Xavier Going, Bryan, Natalie & Mason Duffle; 26 nieces & nephews and their MANY children and grandchildren.

Steve could almost always be found on Friday nights with Denise, Jennifer, Briar, Audrey (and occasionally other family) at Chili’s in Edmond.

Services will be announced and held at a future date. In lieu of flowers, the family requests you make donations to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital or a veteran’s charity or your choice.

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Kathleen Lanham

Posted at 07:49pm
We have lost a great friend and coworker in Steve. He was the person you could always count on thru good and bad times to be there for anyone who needed help or a pat on the back. He was a skilled and dedicated technician, and he looked to always do the best job he could for all the customers. Steve can never be replaced as a coworker or friend. We will miss him greatly and with much sorrow that he was taken so soon. All our condolences to Denise and the family. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
Sadly, he was taken from us much too soon, Phil Lanham DelCo DIesel.

Deborah Eigenberg

Posted at 06:00pm
Many years ago when the boys were still pretty young, Steve & Denise Duffle brought the family to Denver for a visit. At that time I Steve and I had only met at his & Denise's wedding and briefly one other time. My husband Dale used to drink iced tea from at pitcher and Steve and he were sharing when I happened to walk by. Steve lifted the empty pitcher and said, "We need some more tea." I promptly told him where he could find the tea. The look on his face was priceless! Steve looked at Dale with that WTF expression on his face and Dale just shrugged and said something about me not making his tea. Later that same trip the guys went to the mountains and fishing. They got home around 8:00 pm and the boys were starving. One of them asked what was for dinner and I told them that there was lunchmeat in the frig and bread and chips in the pantry. Steve said, "I thought we were having... I said I thought they were going to be home by 6:00. I felt like Steve must have thought I was worst wife on earth, but it did not stop all of us having a great time while they were here. A few years ago I visited Steve & Denise and he made me a CD of classic rock music. I love that CD and play it often! Been playing it even more the last couple of weeks. Rest in peace my friend. You are loved and missed!

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