Stephen A. Speights

  • Born: November 18, 1945
  • Died: July 1, 2019
  • Location: Helotes, Texas

Porter Loring Mortuary

1101 McCullough Avenue
San Antonio, TX 78212
Tel. (210) 227-8221

Tribute & Message From The Family

Loved long road trips

Stephen Speights passed away on Monday, July 1, 2019, at the age of 73. He is survived by his wife of 20 years, Anne C. Macintosh. He is survived by two sisters, Jan Furtick and her husband, Steve and their children and grandchildren; Lisa Ingram and her husband, Fred. He is survived by 3 daughters and 2 sons, Lara Cawthon and her husband, Joe and their three children and one grandchild; Lesley Conway and her husband, Alan and their three children; Jason Speights and his wife, Jennifer and their two children; Shelby Hunter and her two children and Bradley Speights. Also surviving are numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Other surviving family members are his mother-in-law, Alita, his brother-in-law, Mark and his wife, Marie. Also surviving are his wife's two sons, daughter-in-law and other family members.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Floyd Speights and Betty Jean Black, his uncle Billy Rae Canipe, and his father-in-law, F.M. Cooper. He also was preceded in death by dear friends and other special family members.

A Vietnam Veteran USAF, Steve was so proud of his country and enjoyed connecting with other veterans. In 1997, later in his life, he received a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Marketing at The University of Texas at San Antonio. He met an employee at UTSA who he married in 1998. As a couple they followed their goal, "Grow Old Along With Me The Best Is Yet To Be". Loved long road trips and managed to get to all 50 states. Traveled here and there, fishing, visiting friends throughout the country and always spending time or checking with family. Began cruising to other locations and enjoying casinos on land and sea. Steve struggled with heart disease, vascular disease, lymphoma, macular degeneration and had surgical procedures as well in the last 20 years. He fought each one as best he could until July 1. A good man who had a good life, loved an audience and shared wonderful stories and jokes with family, friends and strangers, too.

Special thanks to all the doctors, nurses and staff at The MARC, Hanger Clinic, CTRC, and University Hospital who helped Steve live a longer life.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the medical research teams of your choice.

The family will receive friends on Saturday, July 27, 2019 from 2:00-5:00 p.m. at Porter Loring McCullough.

MONDAY, JULY 29, 2019
10:30 A.M.


Condolence & Memory Journal

My heart aches for Anne, but Steve is at peace and his no longer does. Their life together was medically challenging at times, but joyful for the many great times they shared, especially the fun travel adventures. Steve was a good man and loving husband. I will miss my "air kisses" to my friend.

Posted by Linda Edmundson - San Antonio, TX - Family Friend   July 28, 2019

Steve was such a sweetheart. My heart goes out to Anne and family. He will be missed.

Posted by Sandy Speed - Boerne, TX - Friend   July 28, 2019

So blessed to have met our cousin, albeit so late in our lives. Can't have regrets for missed fun times together, for reasons beyond our control. Lots of time to visit in our next lives in eternity. Love ya, Cheryl Hallonquist, Janet Sellers, Rhonda Nolen

Posted by janet Sellers - stockdale, TX - Family   July 27, 2019

Always appreciated the few times Bette and I got to spend with Steve and Anne. He always had a way of making you feel good. We will miss him always. May God be with you Steve.
Ed and Bette Kleitches

Posted by Edward Kleitches - San Antonio, TX - Friend   July 25, 2019

Steve practicing "selfie"
One of his best! Peace and love, dear husband.

Posted by Anne Macintosh - TX - Family   July 24, 2019

It's hard to write about my brother-in-law Steve and his passing. Steve was a terrific brother-in-law. He was always kind to Marie and me, always ready with a joke or a story, and truly always quick to share what he had. We fished together, I snagged his favorite lure on a dock, we ate beautiful barbecue he worked through the night to prepare, and he and Anne hosted many, many delightful weekends at the coast in Rockport. He would pilot his boat around the neighborhood with easy mastery and give us the scoop on all the famous neighbors. And of course to hear him tell it, he was also world class at repairing jet aircraft in 30-below weather. He was a great and generous soul, and I am glad to have known him, though not for nearly long enough. I will, everyone will, miss Steve greatly.

Posted by Mark Cooper - San Antonio, TX - Family   July 15, 2019

Anne, please accept our apologies for not attending Steve's service. We are in Colorado for the summer. So happy you two had traveling fun to made use of your time together. Blessings for you and the rest of your family.

Posted by Kathy and Dick Petitt - San Antonio, TX - Friend   July 11, 2019

Anne: I'm so sorry for your guys were an example of what a married couple should live through and through...i hope you feel better soon and rest assured you have an absolute special angel in heaven watching over you❤

Posted by Kathy Buenteo - San Antonio, TX - Friend   July 08, 2019

Anne, I am so sorry for your loss. You will be in my prayers. Pebby Garner, UTSA

Posted by Pebby Garner - SAN ANTONIO, TX - Friend   July 08, 2019


What a wonderful man! We will truly miss his visits. May he Rest In Peace, sheltered in our fathers everlasting arms. Love and prayers, Sergio & Rex

Posted by Rex Anderson - San Antonio, TX - Friend   July 08, 2019

Sorry for your loss - I know what it is like to lose a husband who fought valiantly to live. My sincerest sympathy. Charlotte Watt Glass Rudd

Posted by Charlotte Rudd - Glen Rose, TX - Classmate   July 07, 2019

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Steve practicing "selfie" One of his best! Peace and love, dear husband.