Steiger obit

Dr. Stuart SteigerDr. Stuart Steiger, 63, of Roswell, GA (formerly of Madison, Chipley, and Panama City, FL) died in the early morning of February 13th, 2017.

He is survived by his sons Adam and Matt Steiger, his daughter Leighanna Gray, his wife of twenty-nine years Connie Steiger, and his two grandchildren Jake and Ellianna Steiger.

Stuart spent his life in the service of others through his practice of Chiropractic care. He brought mobility back to patients who had forgotten it, eased the pain of those who knew it all too well, and brought joy to those who had never known it. Patients traveled great distances to his adjustment table for improved physical and emotional well-being.

He was an adoring father and grandfather that only ever wanted the best for his family. He would give anyone the shirt off his back and then offer them his socks. He lost a decade-long battle with depression – a seemingly impenetrable fortress that blocked him from the love of family and friends, or any sense of comfort and confidence.

He was a best friend and a father, a trusted confidant, a prankster, a source of endless political frustration, an animal lover, and a fart joke junkie.

We miss him beyond words, but he is finally free.

In keeping with Stuart’s last wishes, there will be no memorial service.

5 thoughts on “Steiger obit

  1. Perfect words! I pray for comfort, peace and hugs for all who loved him. He left his mark in a lot of hearts.

  2. Connie, Yanni, Matt and Adam
    I am so sorry for your loss of your husband and father. Many years ago he helped my mother with several issues she had suffered with for a very long time. She respected him as her doctor and Connie, you were always so kind to her in the office. I also remember Stuart being so supportive of you kids in every aspect of your lives. I know you will all miss him…please know that he made a difference in people’s lives. God bless you all.

  3. This was a man so full of goodness and kindness for all people it just rushed forth from him. I never worked for a better guy. Didn’t know of the depression, wish we could of helped. Love to Connie and the family, tell us how we can help.

  4. You changed so many lives for the better. I’m so sorry we weren’t able to help you like you helped us.

  5. Such a wonderful man,who this place will not be the same without him.
    He was my doctor for many years and the only one who realized I could not turn my head at one of my visits to him
    I cried when he moved from Chipley, and have thought of him often.
    To his family my prayers are with you
    Robin & Oliver Reichert

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