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Discussion: Steven J Weibel

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June 9, 2009
37 posts
Steven J Weibel
I'm Very Sad to make this Post ..
This afternoon about 1:00pm Steve aka Pinky passed away. His family wanted to let the Softball Community know that he is no longer in Pain. I will post details of the service when I get them.

Anna Smit
Doubleplay Mens 50+ Major

June 9, 2009
Men's 60
1581 posts
The Tucson Bandits wish to express our condolences to the Weibel family and the Doubleplay Softball Club.
June 9, 2009
Men's 60
106 posts
The players and families of the Top Gun III softball team send our condolences and prayers to Steve's family and to the members of the Doubleplay softball team.
June 9, 2009
308 posts
June 9, 2009
2 posts
D.A.N SPORTS of Merced ca. send our condolences and prayers to Steve's family and to the members of the Doubleplay softball team. He is no longer in pain and is now part of the greatest team above us.
god bless you pinky
June 9, 2009
Men's 55
130 posts

June 10, 2009
Men's 50
3 posts
The Wongs Softball Club wish to express our condolences to the Weibel family and the Doubleplay Softball Club.
June 10, 2009
Men's 55
1014 posts
My condolences to Steve's family from the Lecak family.
June 10, 2009
Men's 60
896 posts
My condolences and our prayers to Pinky's family from the Adairs. Doubleplay, being the competitor that Pinky was, I think he would want you to grieve and then with passion.
June 10, 2009
george santoro
1 posts
My condolences and prayers to Pinky's family from the Santoro's. Many years of playing against him and never with him, he was a great competitor. Rest in peace.
June 10, 2009
Men's 60
50 posts
My deepest condolences to both Family and Friends. Pink Rest in Peace...The Coles...
June 10, 2009
mr busy
Men's 50
4 posts
I am sorry to hear the sad news. My best to his family.

Chick McKenney
June 10, 2009
the wood
Men's 65
1123 posts
Wow! This is hard to believe even though I knew that Pinky had been ill. One thing that struck me about him was how large and strong his hands were. In my lifetime there have been very few guys with hands that just completely engulfed my hands but his did. I tend to remember those folks.
But Pinky would be easily remembered for many other things... such as his unwillingness to say 'no' to a dare... hardly anyone was ambiguous about him, they either loved him or hated him (and those that hated him didn't know him)... he was a gentle giant of sorts... he loved to laugh... he wasn't shy about having a cocktail here and there... he was a real tough pitcher back in the day (25 years ago)... always a tough out... and many other favorable attributes.
Over the past 10-11 years seeing him almost always put a smile on my face and those around him were laughing at something pretty much all of the time. Sometimes he said something funny (probably inadvertently) and other times he was the 'victim' of something others said (like his size 13.5 - 14.0 shoes).
While he will truly be missed by many, I am glad that he isn't suffering any longer. But we have just lost one of the all-time 'great characters' of So California softball.
Rest in peace, Pinky...
Bob Woodroof
June 10, 2009
Men's 60
273 posts
As a former teammate and opponent of Pinky, I am saddened to hear of his passing and relieved to hear that his suffering has ended. As many have said, he was a larger than life character who livened up many a game and dugout. I remember in particular his generosity as a teammate. My condolences to his family, from the entire Knighthawks team.

Don Newhard
June 10, 2009
Men's 50
41 posts
Please send our condolences to his family, from the Short family he was a great competitor & we will miss him.
June 12, 2009
Men's 50
38 posts
Even though I did not know Pinky I want to send my condolences to his family. I'm sure that I have played against him somewhere. Also my condolences to Doubleplay Softball team players and friends.

Reg #27 Colorado Mudhens
June 14, 2009
22 posts
Team Demolition softball club wishes to express our condolences to the Weibel family and to Doubleplay.
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