Steven E. Kolp

June 19, 1951 ‒ April 20, 2021

Delaware, Ohio

Steven E. Kolp, 69, of Delaware passed away Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at OhioHealth Grady Memorial Hospital in Delaware.

He was born June 19, 1951 in Ashland and was the son of the late Kenneth and Mildred (Snyder) Kolp. Steven is survived by his wife of 13 years, Corinne Amend-Kolp whom he married on June 19, 2007.

He graduated from Ashland High School in 1969 and proudly served his country in the United States Air Force during the Vietnam War. Steven worked at the former PPG in Crestline for 30 years. He enjoyed target shooting, collecting trains, watching NASCAR and was an avid Harley Rider.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by son, Joshua (Luisa Olivera) Kolp of Galion; daughter Amanda (Bryan Muncy) Hatfield of Delaware; step-daughter, Michaela Tester of Ashland; four grandchildren, Kaitlin (Tyler Brake) Kolp, Kyle Kolp, Ashley Kolp and Hannah Hatfield; sister Sherian (Lee) Shriver of Ashland; brother Gary Kolp of Ashland and his 21 year-old African Gray, Virgil Wyatt Kolp.

The family will receive friends from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Friday, April 30, 2021 at Richardson Davis Chapel of Snyder Funeral Homes, 218 South Market St., Galion, Ohio 44833 where a memorial service will follow at 4:00 p.m. with Rev. Joe Stafford officiating.

Full military honors will be conducted by the United States Air Force and the Galion Crestline Veterans Military Funeral Detail.

Memorial contributions may be made to POW-MIA in care of the funeral home.

Richardson Davis Chapel of Snyder Funeral Homes in Galion is honored to serve the family of Steven Kolp, and condolences may be made to them at www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

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  • Corrine, Josh and Amanda, you have my deepest sympathies. Steve was an awesome guy. We worked together for 38+ years and Steve was one of those guys everyone enjoyed being around. Working with him always seemed to make the time at work go faster. He was so witty and funny … and did his job extremely well, which made everyone else’s job easier. There was never a dull moment when you were around him, though. Countless times he had us in stitches. I am sure you all have similar memories of him so cherish those as you look back on his life. He left his mark!

    Dan Wells

  • We are so sorry for the family’s loss. May he rest in peace with God. Ron & Malena Puster.

  • I also had the pleasure working with Steve at PGW. Being part of the Airwall’s back on 2&6 HE it felt like family when I started but when he retired, things changed. He was a good man. He had a heart of gold! I am so sorry for your loss.

  • I worked with Steve numerous times when I came to Crestline. I was a PPG Tipton employee that worked with the Harmerville Reasearch team. We would come in for process support and Steve would give us 110% and also would make us smile and laugh very hard. Great guy that shared his experience with us and made us feel at home. Sorry for your loss,keep his memories tight in your heart.

  • So sorry to learn of this loss. Our prayers for comfort and peace to those he left behind.
    Bill & Sharon Miracle

  • So sorry for your loss! I worked with Steve at PPG for many years. We always had a good laugh together. He was quite the character. Never knew what Steve would be doing next. Just realize that even though Steve has passed he has left many great memories for his friends and family. Thanks for all the good times Steve! God Bless You!

  • So sorry to hear of Steve’s passing. I worked with Steve for many years on the VAW’s as has been mentioned before he had quite the quick witt, and a great artist and a kind heart.
    Please accept my condolences,
    Russ Garver

  • Knew Steve from PPG – he was one of those rare people who leaves memories which all bring a smile! You could always trust him to be honest and kind and he seemed to want to always make others happy. One of the best!

  • I worked with Steve on the VAW’s when he ran 6 and I ran 2. There was never a dull moment when Steve was around. His quick wit and humor was appreciated by all. He was also a terrific artist. I still have drawings he gave me at my retirement. Ride on Bro!