Steve Stoutamire, age 72, of San Antonio Texas, passed away on 11/24/2022.

He is survived by his beloved wife Nancy; his two children, Courtney and Bryan; his mother, Jonnie Stoutamire; his sister Charlotte Pickels, and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Steve was born in Quincy, Florida, to Paul and Jonnie Stoutamire on 8/21/1950.

He received a BA in Anthropology from Florida State University in 1972 and an MS in Geology from Texas Tech University in 1975. During a 32-year career in the petroleum industry, he held technical, business, and managerial positions in both domestic and international operations.

Steve retired to a ranch in the Texas hill country in 2007, where he raised three longhorns and several steers. He was an active avocational archeologist and educated the public through teaching classes and giving archeology lectures. He was also a member, past president, and field committee chairman of the Hill Country Archeological Association, a member of the Texas Archeology Society, and The Center for the Study of First Americans. He served as the chairman of the Gault School of Archeological Research UT Austin.  He also served as a Texas Archeology Steward for the Texas Historical Commission.

He began his “second retirement” in San Antonio in April of 2022 and enjoyed his time there until his passing.

The family is planning memorial services to be held in Kerrville, Texas, and Quincy, Florida, after the first of the year.

Published by Legacy Remembers from Nov. 30 to Dec. 4, 2022.