Stephen D. "Steve" Ousley - Condolences
I am so sorry to learn of Steve's passing. This is way too soon. He will be greatly missed. What a lovely gentle brilliant guy.
Bruce Kibler and Angela Beaumont
Steve, you will be sorely missed. I find it extremely difficult imagining a world in which you are no longer around. Gudrun, wir sind in dieser Zeit bei Dir, geistig sowie auch physisch. Falls Du irgendetwas brauchst, musst Du nur sagen. Es sind keine Worte in dieser Gelegenheit, die passend sein koennten, ergo lassen wir es dabei Dir zu sagen das wir auch zutiefst mitgenommen sind und Dir in allen Dir noetigen Weisen beistehen. Bruce und Angela
Torsten und Birgit
Wir wollen es immer noch nicht wahr haben. Steve war so ein angenehmer Mensch, man war einfach gern mit ihm zusammen. Es war immer kurzweilig mit ihm, er war sehr interessiert und offen. Durch ihn haben wir Amerika kennen- und letztendlich lieben gelernt. Unser Beileid gilt allen Angehörigen.
I am shocked and saddened by the news of Dr. Ousley passing. Even though our time spent at Mercyhurst together was short, he was a great colleague and friend. My deepest condolences to his family and may his soul rest in peace.
Steve and I were friends when we were kids together at Capitol Hill Metropolitan Baptist Church in Washington, D.C. Steve was three years younger than me and that seemed to be a big deal at that point in life. It was his wonderful sense of humor and good taste in music (Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon) which, made me realize his brilliance. Today, I had to re-listen to the song The Great Gig In The Sky from that album in remembrance of Steve. My thoughts and prayers are with Steve's family and with Wes, his big brother, and also Cindy, and with Debbie his big sister and your families. May the Lord meet you with his grace and peace leading you again into joy.
Stephen, you will be missed in our Tai Chi class at Millcreek Township. It was a pleasure spending time with you and a privilege to have known you!
Deborah sorry to hear about the home going of your brother. You always spoke great things about his travels and the great work he loved. Yes to soon but he was ready!
Steve was a delight to know and a generous and gracious scholar. He will be missed by many. Anthropology was better for his participation.
Forensic Anthropology has lost a brilliant scientist and many have lost a great friend with Steve’s passing. I’m a better person and a better scientist having known him. Condolences to his family.