The Life of Steve Spicer
Steve Spicer was a loving husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather who always had a smile for everyone around him. His hobbies included fishing, hunting and tinkering in the garage; as well as taking his family to Watkins Glen and the Finger Lakes for holidays.
ArtsaRound Gallery on the Original Circle in downtown Circleville showcases his water colored block prints and pen and ink drawings.
Early Life and Education
Steve Spicer hails from Bloomington, Indiana where he attended Jefferson High School and DePauw University to study composition.
He later enrolled in ECC’s Integrated Career & Academic Preparation System program and earned an associate degree in Computer Numerical Control (CNC). Dedicating himself fully to this field, he continued studying evenings and weekends.
In August this year, he was hospitalized with critically low sodium levels and later diagnosed with Osmotic Demyelination Syndrome. Following five days of plasma exchange therapy he started to regain some abilities; by the time of transfer to Baylor Scott and White Institute for Rehabilitation – Dallas (BSWIR-Dallas), he was walking independently while fulfilling daily living tasks with minimal supervision.
Before becoming a household name and subject of late night jokes, Spicer was an established political lifer with numerous committee assignments and connections throughout Washington politics and journalism circles – yet no national profile.
He asserts that the briefings he and Sanders conducted for President Trump were conducted mainly for himself. Although there may have been times he made errors when speaking, he insists it’s impossible to anticipate everything that might arise with an unpredictable president who changes their mind at will.
On Twitter, he has also explained his reason for missing Donald Trump’s inauguration ceremony: prior commitments prevented him from attending and no desire to undermine the president’s legitimacy were among his justifications for missing.
Achievement and Honors
Steve Spicer founded Marked Men for Christ as part of his ministry to help men strengthen their commitment to Jesus. Their goal is to foster deeper, more intimate relationships with Christ by offering Bible-based challenge and spiritual support for men’s spiritual development.
He is also a devoted husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and friend, always there when anyone needs comforting with a hand to hold or just to listen. In his free time he enjoys fishing, hunting and tinkering in his garage.
Fowler High School’s football field at Fowler was named in his honor. He is survived by his wife Becky, children Tammy and Tricia, brother David, sister-in-law Janice, as well as many family and friends who will miss him dearly. Additionally he was an active member of New Miami First Presbyterian Church.
Steve is an affectionate husband, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather who can comfort anyone with just the touch of his hand. He enjoys working on projects in his garage while spending quality time with his family.
On his day of discharge, he was able to walk independently with minimal supervision and complete activities of daily living. Through occupational and speech therapy sessions, his mobility and swallowing ability had significantly improved; additionally he was upgraded from pureed meals to regular diet.
He enjoys hiking with his wife and playing with their daughter-in-law Natalie Mae in their free time. Additionally, he is involved with several community organizations; having served on the Development Council of Hamilton Halton Home Builders Association as well as holding liaison positions within this association.
Former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney has amassed considerable wealth during his years as a politician, estimated at approximately $6 Million as of 2022.
He has taken advantage of his financial status to invest in several startups, such as Spiceworks. This technology company was acquired by Hewlett-Packard in 2017.
Spicer was appointed communications director for the RNC in May 2004. While in this capacity, he made numerous public statements that later were revealed as inaccurate, as well as engaging in contentious relationships with White House press corps members and developing contentious public statements of his own.
Spicer now works as a political analyst for Newsmax TV, co-hosting his nightly show Spicer & Co with Lyndsay Keith; their lively discussions on politics and current events remain immensely popular with viewers.