Service measured not by GOLD,
                           but by the GOLDEN RULE

Service measured not by GOLD,
          but by the GOLDEN RULE


Stephen Charles Fleming, 74, of Wooster passed away Thursday, December 16, 2021 at Wooster, Community Hospital.
He was born September 23, 1947 in Wooster, Ohio the son of Robert and Marjorie Christian Fleming.
Stephen had worked at Gerstenslager ™s and had many gifted talents.   He loved working on cars, especially building street rods.
Stephen is survived by his Brother; John (Jan) Fleming, of Wooster. Nephew; Brad (Brenda) Fleming of Wooster. Niece; Carla Fleming of Wooster. Great Nephews; Jake, Garrett, and Sammy Fleming and Justin Stoltzfus. Sister in law; Fleeta Belle Fleming of Wooster and all his friends at Farmer Boy Restaurant.
He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother; Samuel Fleming.
Per Stephen ™s wishes private family services were held.
Online condolences may be posted at
Arrangements are under the direction of McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home 216 E. Larwill St. Wooster, Ohio.

Memorial Contributions

Private family services were held.

There will be no calling hours.


  1. We were neighbors until my parents died in 1976. Steve was a brilliant, witty, talented individual. He was a devoted audiophile with in depth knowledge of electronics. We shared a party line and Steve would regularly let me know when time was up. I spent time in the garage, marveling at what he could produce. Steve respected women and was devoted to his mother, Aunt Blanche and his grandmother.

    RIP Steve.

    My sincere condolences to the family of a kind, gentle giant.

  2. Sorry for your loss to John and the Flemming family.

  3. Steve was one of a kind . He truly had a gift , A lot of great cars came out of that little garage under the house , He Will be missed by many. My condolences to his family.

  4. I met Steve at Gerstenslager‘s after I graduated from vocational school and welding, 1972, I was hired to do framing on bookmobiles and Steve took me under his wing so to speak, he harassed me constantly but in a really good natured way and we became good friends. His love of stereos was was known by many and I remember when he got his first Bose speakers and had all of us younger guys , hippies he called us come to his house and listen to some good music he really was a very sharing person. He taught me a lot of tips on metalworking at the time I worked there . when I quit and started a Leather shop he was one of my very first customers and I made him items that that he would take and use in Canada Fishing, he really was a good soul many people will miss him.

  5. Thoughts and prayers go to family and friends.My best friend at Beall Ave school and the person who gave me the nickname Bogie at about 11 yrs old that has stuck thru all the yrs.John remember your Thunderbirds.Steve and I loved.

  6. Greg and I are so sorry for the loss of his StepDad, Steve. Greg remembers his step-Grandma, and Steve’s aunt. They spent time in the garden together. Steve took Greg to Niagara Falls, got him into the soap box derby, and Classic cars. We moved back to Wooster and saw the house sold, but never thought of this, until today. We are heartbroken we didn’t get to see him one last time.


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