Steven W. Pickett

March 01, 1972 ‒ December 13, 2010

Fredericktown, Ohio

Steven W. Pickett, age 38, of Fredericktown, Ohio, and formerly of Linton, Indiana, died peacefully in his sleep on Monday evening, December 13, 2010, at his residence.

On March 1, 1972, Steve was born in Linton, Indiana, the son of the late Wilson and Carolyn Mae (Marshall) Pickett. He graduated from White River Valley High School in Switz City, Indiana, in the Class of 1991.

On May 21, 2004, Steve married the love of his life, Robin A. Jardon. They shared a special bond over the last six years.

Steve was the founder of the USBRA (United States Bigfoot Research Association). He hosted an internet radio show for the association and organized many picnics and get-togethers for the members. He was proud to have two Bigfoot sightings in his life.

An avid fisherman, Steve loved casting his reel anywhere he was able to fish. One of his dreams was to go deep sea fishing and catch a shark. He also enjoyed collecting guns and was known for his massive collection of Transformers.

Steve was a kind hearted and outgoing person who would go out of his way to talk to you and become a friend.

Steve will be dearly missed by his wife, Robin, of Fredericktown; his two children: Kelli Pickett of Fredericktown and Brandon Pickett of Salem, Indiana; four step children: Jonathan Jardon, Todd, Ashley, and Joshua Wolford, all of Fredericktown; five brothers: Bill, Lannie, Rex, Dan, and Jim Pickett, all of Newberry, Indiana; four sisters: Sharon (Lyn) Wilson of Fairborn, Ohio, Connie (Terry) Beckett of Pekin, Indiana, Hazel King and Donna Houser of Newberry, Indiana; and many nieces, nephews, and close friends.

In addition to his parents, Steve was preceded in death by a sister, Lisa Pickett.

Steve’s family will greet friends from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. on Friday, December 17, 2010 at the Snyder Funeral Home, 76 S. Main St., Mount Gilead, Ohio. Services celebrating his life will follow at 1:00 p.m. with Rev. Virgil Sheriff officiating. Burial will follow in Shauck Cemetery.

Rather than flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Steve’s family to help with the funeral expenses and may be made in care of the funeral home.

For those wishing to express their condolences to Steve’s family you may do so by visiting www.snyderfuneralhomes.com.