Steven E. Dabney

Born: Wed., Apr. 26, 1950
Died: Sat., Jan. 7, 2017

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Mr. Steven E. Dabney, age 66, of Champaign, IL and formerly of Robinson, IL, died Saturday January 7, 2017 at 12:20 PM at his residence in Champaign, IL, following many months of failing health.

Born April 26, 1950 in Washington, DC, he was the son of Eugene and Berneice (Kidwell) Dabney.  Steven was employed as a Taxi Driver in Champaign, IL.

Survivors include a sister and brother-in-law, Sue Dabney and James Davis, Bellingham, WA along with several cousins.

Preceding him in death were his parents; and his grandparents, Otto and Edith Kidwell.

There will be cremation, with interment of the cremated remains in the Robinson New Cemetery, Robinson, IL, at a later date.

Memorial donations may be made to the Charity of the Donor’s Choice with envelopes available at Pulliam Funeral Home, Robinson, IL.

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Teresa Rice Hughes
   Posted Sat January 14, 2017
Sue - I am so sorry to hear about Steve. If you come back to Illinois, please let Donna Thompson Milam or me know & we will come & see you. It's been too many years.

Michelle Barranco Gallo
   Posted Mon June 12, 2017
Hi Ms. Sue. You do not know me but you know my mother, Alicia Gallo. She was Steven's ex wife when they married in Champagne, IL. (I believe in the early 80's? I was born in '89) We where looking for you all for a couple of years......

If you have no knowledge of this or my mother. I apologize in advance but I still extend my condolences to your brother. God bless you & your family. I hope to hear from you soon.


Michael Bernd
   Posted Thu July 27, 2017
Sorry to hear of Steve's passing. I knew him quite a long time , but I hadn't seen him for a year or so. I know he had one of the largest and valuable hard times coin collections. He liked metals, too. He talked fondly of his sister and wanted to go out to WA. He'll he missed.

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