Stephen Herman Indianer

Stephen Herman Indianer

INDIANER: Stephen Herman Indianer passed away peacefully at home in Naples, Florida, on Monday, Feb. 1, 2021. Steve, a lifelong resident of Florida, will be remembered for his love of cars and music and for his friendly nature. He graduated from Miami Palmetto High School and then was among the youngest to earn his real estate license, which wasn’t difficult given that he had a photographic memory. Steve, always a deep thinker, loved writing, poetry and the creative use of words, even carrying a Scrabble set with him to engage others on a moment’s notice. He later found that he loved to drive so much that he became a taxi driver. Steve collected records and loved attending concerts. He also loved to play pool and to go bowling, especially with his younger brothers. Steve never met a stranger, speaking with everyone he met and listening to their stories and offering his friendship.
Steve is survived by his parents Paul and Nina Indianer of Miami and his mother, Julie Darwin (Fred Goldin) of Naples. He is also survived by his five siblings and their families, Dori and Lee Wexelbaum of Naples; Gary and Adi Indianer of Naples; Sunny Kroser of Kentucky; Tamara Indianer and Angie Quadrini of Natick, Massachusetts; and Evan and Adrienne Indianer of Pittsburgh. He is also survived by his step-brother Aaron and Debbie Feldman of Charlottesville, Virginia, and their family. PJC

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