Steven Douglas Creech

Steven D. Creech, age 59 of League City, TX, passed away October 19, 2021, in his home.

He was born November 15,1961 in Albuquerque, New Mexico and moved to the northwest suburbs of Chicago, Illinois when he was five years old. Steve attended elementary and middle schools in Arlington Heights, Illinois and graduated from Hoffman Estates High School, Hoffman Estates, Illinois. He received his undergraduate degree in 1991 and his master’s degree in 1993, both from Northern Illinois University in Mathematics, Probability & Statistics.

Steve was employed by Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center Chicago, Illinois from 1993-2000. He went on to work as a Biostatistician for Loyola University Medical Center from 2000-20003. In 2003, he founded a successful consulting business, Statistically Significant Consulting.

Steve relocated to Elche, Spain in 2012 and lived there for nine years. He moved back to the United States in 2021. He enjoyed building his business and helping doctoral students, car racing and was an avid reader. Steve is survived by his mother and father, Peggy and Boyd Creech of Hoffman Estates, Illinois, his brother Michael Creech (Patricia) of Kemah, Texas, Sandi Pusateri (Frank) of Palatine, Illinois, Russell Creech of Batavia, Illinois and five nieces and nephews.

Steve was very much loved by his family, and he always took time to put family first. He was kind beyond words, gracious and generous and always ready to encourage us in every way when we needed it. Steve will be missed so very much.


  1. Rest in peace brother. I love you.

    Mike Creech
  2. Rest in peace my brother.  By now you have felt the loving embrace of God.  Your struggles are no more.  In Heaven there is only tranquility, a place of eternal love where we will all come to, and be together once again.  I love you, and you will be so missed.

    Russell Creech
    • Steve, my american friend, I’ll miss you a lot. In Elche (Spain) we remember your intelligence and generosity. Thank you for all, I was very lucky to find you in this life.

      Alejandro Pérez
  3. Steve, I already miss you so much and I’ll really miss our long talks (sometimes over 3 hours!) late into the night about so many different subjects. You had a great perspective on things and I loved to listen to you talk with such enthusiasm. You gave me so much encouragement when I needed it and I always appreciated that about you. I am so very sad to know I won’t be able to pick up the phone and call you when I need to talk to you. I have so many great memories of us growing up and many funny ones too since you were always the mischievous one in the family. I’ll never forget how you used to lose things when you were little and you would say “I looooooooooost it” and you just said that in such a funny tone and said it the same way every time with the same funny expression so no one could get mad at you! I will miss your sense of humor too, it is just like Dad’s so I’ll think of you every time he says something funny!
    Rest in peace until we meet again my dear sweet little brother! I love you.

    Sandi Pusateri
  4. Dear friend:

    You don’t know how much I think of you. You have been and will be forever remembered as a wonderful and sweet person.

    Your character was unbeatable and indestructible, impossible to surpass. You were a tremendously orderly and organized person, I always knew of your greatness and that is why we were great friends.

    I will remember forever those months when our paths crossed. For me it was an experience just to go to see you, have a conversation with you, take out the translators and just have a few laughs, because beyond communication our feelings went beyond words. It felt like we had known each other all our lives.

    You were always attentive to me and I will never forget it. I have not had time to visit you, but you have left a piece of you in my heart that I will never forget.

    You will always be in my thoughts, thanks for everything machine.
    For me you will always be a GOD.

    Rest in peace, you did everything right in this life my friend.

    Guillermo Sansano
  5. I’m so sad that I never met you. My deepest condolences to all who knew and loved you. What a wonderful cousin and friend you could have been to me. My mother, Jean Creech Marshall (Charleston,SC) and your dad (Uncle Boyd) were siblings.
    Steve , from the comments I have read, you left a wonderful legacy. We all strive to have a heart and soul like you. Rest In Peace my dear cousin.

    Nancy Marshall Dickinson

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