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In Loving Memory

Steven Albert Offenhauser

January 12, 1946 – May 15, 2021

Steven Albert Offenhauser was born in Alhambra, California on January 12, 1946.  He attended Texas A&M University before joining the United States Army.  Steven was a veteran of the Vietnam War serving in the Army Special Forces as 1st Lieutenant and was awarded a Bronze Star.  Steven passed peacefully on May 15, 2021. 

Steven was preceded in death by his mother, Rosalie Helen Offenhauser.

He is survived by his wife Colleen Offenhauser of 33 years; 2 daughters, Sheri Offenhauser and husband Joshua Driscoll, and Rachel Harless and husband Robert Harless; the family's faithful dog, Malley; 4 grandchildren, Austin Harless, Daxton Mitchell Offenhauser-Driscoll, Hannah Driscoll, and Berlyn Driscoll; father, George W. Offenhauser, Sr.; sisters, Rosalie Murphy and husband Dr. Vance Murphy and Lynette Offenhauser; brother George W. "Pete" Offenhauser, Jr.; many nieces and nephews.

Friends are cordially invited to attend a visitation with the family at 10:00 A.M., with the funeral service to follow at 11:00 A.M., on Thursday, May 20, 2021 at Jeter Memorial Funeral Home, 311 N. Friendswood Dr., Friendswood, Texas 77546, (281) 992-7200.  He will laid to rest at Houston National Cemetery at a later date.

Condolences may be sent to the Offenhauser family in care of Jeter Memorial Funeral Home at www.jeterfuneralhome.com.

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4 thoughts on “Steven Albert Offenhauser”

  1. Mike Frederick

    Steve was a great American patriot who loved his country and served us with honor and bravery (note the Bronze star). He was a neighbor of mine and was always ready with his quick wit and humor. Another thing Steve was associated with during his working life was the construction of NRG stadium.
    He will be missed.

  2. I worked with Steve for over 20 years. He earned not only my respect but the respect of the others who worked with him as well. I have many fond memories of Steve and George from my years at Offenhauser company. My thought are with all of the Offenhauser family.

  3. Our condolences to the Offenhauser family, Colleen & Rachel. Steve was good man and funny guy. We always had a good time conversing with him during our days with SMC. Vincent and Steve could talk construction all day. May he RIP.

  4. I am late saying I am sorry to just find out Steve has. He was a true gentleman.

    I lived next door to him for over 15 years I just found out He is is gone I always thought very high of him Sorry I am so late Just found out.

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