Steven R. Bogardus – 7/1/2020

July 7th, 2020

Steven R. Bogardus, 60, formerly of Linwood passed away on July 1st, 2020. Steven was born in Chester to Franklin and Peggy Bogardus. He was raised in Linwood and was a graduate of Chichester High School. He then went on to complete trade school for welding. Steve worked as a truck driver for many years. He was known among his family and friends to have a great work ethic. He was an avid sports fan and enjoyed playing softball, basketball and going to the gym. Steve was a stranger to no one. He will be missed by many friends.
He was predeceased by his parents, Franklin and Peggy Bogardus. He is survived by his daughter, Jackie Harbison and her husband, Bill; and many close friends. There will be no funeral services at this time.  A celebration of his life for Steve will be held at a later date.

4 thoughts on “Steven R. Bogardus – 7/1/2020

  • By Mark Kosek on

    This was just passed to me today. To Steve’s family, I am so sorry for your loss. We will be praying for your comfort and understanding and peace of mind and heart.

    Steve was one of the guys on our traveling softball team back in the day. “Stud” was a great teammate
    and a joy to play with and be around. Back them he loved his Lakers. We will miss you Steve, Rest In Peace my friend….
    Mark Kosek Speed Merchants S.C.

  • By Jay Futrell on

    I have known Steve for about five years. I sold him a work van when he moved down to the beach. I then sold him another personal car. Even after those sales were long complete, Steve would stop by the lot and we would hang out. My sons also took karate right near his place and he stopped in a few times. He was a funny, magnanimous and cool guy. He will be missed. RIP

  • By Gary Howard on

    Steve , I along with your many other friends from the gym miss you very much. 🙏💪🇺🇸🙏

  • By David Segarra on

    Steve I find it so hard to believe that you are gone. It broke my heart when Kathy called, I know you know but want to say that you are loved & will never be forgotten & old cliche thanks for the memories cuz

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