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Steven Kinghorn

Steven Alexander Kinghorn

Tuesday, August 10th, 1948 - Tuesday, April 21st, 2020
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Steve Kinghorn, a resident of Taylor, passed away Tuesday, April 21, 2020 at his residence following an extended illness. He was 71.

Steve was born August 10, 1948, in Beaumont, Texas to Talman Harbor and Kristine Kovach Kinghorn. He spent his childhood in various places throughout the world during his father’s working career.

Steve was a veteran of the Vietnam War having served in the U.S. Army. He later graduated from LSU where he received his degree in journalism and was the editor of the LSU Reveille newspaper. He was employed as a healthcare marketing consultant for many years.
Steve lived in New Orleans for over 30 years. In 2005, following Katrina, he and his wife relocated to Dothan.

Steve is predeceased by his parents.

Survivors include his wife, Georgia Valenza of Taylor; a son, Austin Alexander Kinghorn (Desire) of Austin, Texas; two grandchildren, Christine and Victoria Kinghorn of Austin, Texas; a sister, Diane Kinghorn of Bradenton, Florida.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Wiregrass Human Society, P O Box 1045, Dothan, AL 36302.
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Bill Chadwick

Posted at 11:27am
Steve and I were close friends years ago. He stood in my wedding almost 50 years ago. Both of us were Veterans and we worked together for a while after we left the Military. I was fortunate to bypass the war that was raging in Viet Nam back in those days. Steve, however, was not so lucky. He served as a helicopter door gunner.....right in the middle of a very ugly war. He experienced the worst of the worst during his service to the United States. That said, one could not have expected the ugly experience as he and I were greeted at airports, etc. upon our return home.

We talked for hours and hours about his experience in Vietnam....and I know that his "memories" from back then would haunt him for many years. Nobody even knew anything about PTSD back then....but I saw first hand how it affected him. Steve didn't receive a hero's welcome home back in 1969 or so....but he was indeed a hero! Steve and I were both against the Vietnam war. In my eyes, Steve was a true American hero. Regardless of his feelings about the war, he stepped up to the plate anyway.

We lost track of each other over the years but had recently reconnected and communicated often on line and by phone. I had the great honor of talking to him and messaging him during his last days. I got to tell him that I loved him like a brother and I always will. I lost a wonderful friend.....and I will always remember him.

My heartfelt condolences go out to his family.

Blessings!

Bill & Kris Chadwick
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Bill & Kris Chadwick

Posted at 09:56am
Steve was a wonderful friend of ours. He stood in our wedding in 1970. We worked together but most of all....we walked through life lessons together
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