Drew Nicholson Steffey, 36, passed, through the grace of God, to the arms of his savior, on July 19, 2021, at Methodist Stone Oak Hospital in San Antonio, from complications of a cerebral hemorrhage following brain surgery. Drew began his life in Tomball, Texas on September 2, 1984, the youngest of 3 boys. In 1994, at age 9, he became the youngest in a blended family of 6 boys. Drew always worked hard to keep up with his older brothers. With his family, he moved to Hunt in 1999 and graduated as Salutatorian from Ingram Tom Moore High School in 2003. Drew had a passion for football, and he played with the Ingram Warriors during his high school years. He also had a passion for and talent with electronics and engines of all types. While serving in the Navy as an Aviation Electronics Technician, Drew was Meritoriously Promoted two times for his vital contributions to the Navy, in support of strategic war on terrorism efforts around the globe. Drew was a life-long believer in Jesus Christ and His message of love and forgiveness. Drew sang in the choir at Hunt United Methodist Church where he was a tenor soloist. Drew was a fighter. He survived a motorcycle accident in 2011, after which doctors said he "might be able to walk after months of therapy, and he may learn to talk again." Through the grace of God and the love of his large family, who stayed beside his bed night and day, Drew walked out of the hospital five days after that accident. But he continued also to walk on the wild side and suffered other serious accidents. An ATV accident in July 2020 began a year-long fight with broken bones, an additional brain injury, and multiple surgeries. In all Drew had at least 12 major surgeries and many additional hospitalizations between November 2011 and July 2021. He is survived by his mother and step-father Marda and Jerry Tayloe, his father and step-mother Mike and Jeanet Steffey, brothers Michael (Katie) and Nicholas (Miranda) Steffey, his Tayloe step-brothers Joshua (Tiffany), Gordon (Keri), and Jesse (Madison), uncles and aunts, 15 nieces and nephews, family members and friends, near and far, who grieve the loss of this brave, talented, and resilient young man. Friends and family are invited to a celebration of life for Drew Steffey at The Hunt United Methodist Church at 11 AM on Wednesday, July 21.