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3915 Dacoma St.
Suite E
Houston, TX 77092
Phone: 713-344-0764
Fax: 888-281-0550
William Chaney

William Chaney

Tuesday, November 7, 1950 Saturday, July 4, 2020

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Obituary for William Steven Chaney

“It’s an honor to be in grief. It’s an honor to feel that much, to have loved that much.” ~ Elizabeth Gilbert
William Steven Chaney, 69, of Houston, TX passed away on July 4, 2020 with laryngeal cancer surrounded by family.
Born November 7, 1950 in San Antonio, TX to Roselee H. Elley & William Frances Chaney.
He attended Highlands High School (class of 1968) in San Antonio, TX followed by a year at St. Phillips Jr. College.
Steve was a USAF Reserve Veteran from ‘70-’76.
He retired as a journeyman electrician from IBEW Local Union 716.
Steve was an exceptional dancer often admired at the Café Deville in Champion’s Village and at The Hop Nightclub.
In 2010, he bought a travel trailer and began exploring the US beginning with the east coast. In 2012, he wandered across the SW and up the west coast with his grandson, Drew Sanderson.
Steve Chaney is survived by his daughter Karen Kay Chaney Petersen (Sabrina), granddaughter Korinne Shoemaker & grandson Drew Sanderson, his brother Ric Chaney (Mandy), sisters Debi Clark & Donna Alsbury along with nieces & nephew Bo, Roxy, Rici & Rivi as well as a host of beloved cousins.
He is predeceased by his grandparents Daniel & Elizabeth Elley & parents Roselee & Bill Chaney.
Goodbye Daddy, you will always live on in my heart.

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Mary Beals

God Bless Steve and May the perpetual light shine on him in heaven where I am sure he was greeted by Grandma Elley and his Mom and Dad. I will always treasure memories of Steve the sweet little boy we grew up with, and the handsome good man he grew up to be. We had such fun on those holidays at Grandmas and at your house. Even though He and Rick were mischievious and played tricks on us....remember the salt and pepper in our tea? May Steve rest in peace with our Lord.
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deb.clark76@yahoo.com

My earliest memories of my brother was playing cowboys and Indians. Of course Donna and I were the nurses. We would have to fix them up after the gun battle. Steve introduced our family to all the latest music. Once a week he’d go to Record Rendezvous to by the top single of the week. So we danced and pretended to be the Beatles. Never will forget how special we’d feel when he picked us up from school in his 57 Chevy... all loud and stuff. He had a great sense of humor and a strong sense of family. As I spent more time with him these last ten years I came to know him more personally. I will miss our Sunday morning phone calls discussing everything from weather to politics. He was one of a kind. RIP big brother. Or as I fondly called him “Number 1 Son”. I miss you and I will see you again one day. Debi Clark.
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Donna Alsbury

You left us too soon Stevie. You were such a fun person. Always had a good story to tell. I am happy you lived such a full life in a short time. I will miss you. Fly High my brother
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Benny Goodman class of 68

Steve was my buddy miss my friend good times at Highlands good times at reunions R.I.P. my friend
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Deborah Grona

Condolences to Steve's family. The world has lost another hero. Ronnie & Debbie Grona
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