February 20, 1936 - May 31, 2021
On Monday, May 31st 2021 Stephen Richard Totten of St. Charles, Missouri was called home at the age of 85. Sadly, Steve passed away from an Intracranial Hemorrhage and struggled with Diabetes for over 6 decades. Steve died peacefully at home with his wife and children by his side. Steve was born on February 20th 1936 to Halleck E. Totten and Goldie Daisy Burkett in St. Louis, MO. He was the younger brother of Loretta McQuiggan, all of which have preceded him in death. Steve is survived by his wife Sandra J. Totten, her two children DaNette Chandler (Grandsons Trevor and Skylar) Richard Linthicum (Granddaughter Madison) His son Steven Edwin Totten (Grandchildren Steven Jr., (Great grandchildren Steven III, Paisley, Lilly, Waylon) His Daughter Cynthia Lynn Baker (Gary Baker) their combined four children Sandra Riggs, Jamie Greene, Michael Baker, David Waller and an additional 11 more great grandchildren. Steve joined the United States Air Force in February 1954 and served our country until he was Honorably discharged as an Airman First Class A1C in October 1957. Then on to the Record Business where he spent nearly 6 years promoting records and doing meet and greets! In the late 1960's Steve made a Career move to join the McDonnell Douglass Team, where he worked in the Aeronautic Supply Division until 1990, At that time he was forced to Medically Retire. Mr. "T" loved spending his free time on the Casino Boat and having lunch with his lifelong friends Ed and Marlene.. He also had a big place in his heart for his animals. Favorite Quote: "THAT'S MY STORY AND I'M STICKING TO IT !" Special thanks to Carrol and Pam for their help during this time of need.
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