Steven Mark Brigman

January 13, 1959 - January 23, 2020
Steven Mark Brigman

Steven Mark Brigman, 61, of Currie, NC, passed away Thursday, January 23, 2020 at New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington, NC.

Steve, as everyone knew him, was born in Corpus Christi, Texas on January 13, 1959 to Glenn and Jane Brigman. He served in the Airforce for over 6 years. Steve was the most loving and caring husband, son, father, and friend. He did not meet a stranger and was loyal by fault. Although he lived in many places, he found his home in Coastal North Carolina for the past 25 plus years.

He was preceded in death by his dad, Glenn Brigman and all four grandparents.

He is survived by his wife Brandy Ballard Brigman; mother Jane Brigman of Rock Hill, SC; daughters Angela Brigman-Sandberg (Sandy) of Decatur, IL, Aleigha Cheeks of Currie, NC, Savannah Cheeks of Carrollton, GA,Kristen Brigman of Granite City IL and Hannah Cheeks of Carrollton GA;son Ray Cheeks of Carrollton, GA. Grandchildren Jada Barciszewski, Melanie Brigman, Quinn Barciszewski, Annalise Wicks of Granite City, IL and Reyan Sandberg of Decatur, IL. Sister, Glenda Brigman of Kinston, NC and brothers, Phil Brigman of Rock Hill,SC and Todd Brigman ( Rhonda ) of High Point, NC. Sister-in-law Dawn Duffie( Bobby) of Roopville, GA. A host of cousins, an aunt, nieces, nephews and friends.

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  • January 25, 2020
    charles says:
    You can search your whole life to find a friend Steve. Most never do, but I on the other hand did!!! Take all the roller coasters in the world and multiply by 10 and you might come close to the ups and downs Steve and I shared in the 25+ years of friendship. If I wrote a book on it it would be longer than War In Peace. Steve and I had a unique friendship, many if not most of his family members I have never met but I do know all about ya'll. Steve, I miss you. RIP my friend and i look forward to seeing you.....crying my eyes out....can't stop the tears

  • January 28, 2020
    Hannah Cheeks says:
    Steve was the best stepdad anyone could ever ask for. He was so loving and generous to so many others. He even was so brave and kind enough to teach me how to drive. I had never drove before, at that moment, yet he was so selfless and taught me. He made my Mom happy, and gave his heart to her. I am and will be forever thankful to him for making one of the most important women in my life, the most happiest woman on earth. Love you Steve so so much and miss you❤️

  • January 28, 2020
    Robert Trupiano says:
    Steve was my best friend growing up and through high-school RIP brother, still have to read he’s book he mentioned me in. Prayers for your family

  • January 28, 2020
    Sandy Sandberg says:
    Traveled cross- country one time on the way to NC and the mountains ate the brakes on my truck. Showed up late ar night and told him what happened. In a very Steve way, he said "hmmph." Turned around and grabbed the phone. We were not even finished with hellos and he had me set up with a shop, tools, and a helper and we had it repaired by midnight.

  • January 29, 2020
    Andy Jury says:
    Have great memories of cruising around in Steve's 1963 VW Beetle back in the day in Florissant, MO. Brings a smile to my face...and I hope to Steve's as well. RIP my friend.