Steven Louis Lisek

Born: Wed., Sep. 1, 1926
Died: Sun., Oct. 31, 2010


Visitation

2:00 PM to 6:00 PM, Thu., Nov. 04, 2010
Location: - Not available -


Funeral Mass

11:00 AM Fri., Nov. 05, 2010


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                                                                                           Steven L. Lisek

September 1, 1926 – October 31, 2010

 

 

Former South Bend resident Steven Louis Lisek, 84, of Three Rivers, MI died at 2:43 p.m. Sunday, October 31, 2010 in Riverview Manor, Three Rivers, following a lengthy illness. He was born September 1, 1926 in South Bend to the late Hattie (Kalamaja) and Stephen Lisek . On June 18, 1949 in St. Stanislaus Catholic Church, South Bend, he married Bette Burke who survives. Also surviving are two daughters, Karen Webber (James) of Plano, TX and Maribeth Marlow (David) of Knoxville, TN; one son, Michael Lisek (Doreen) of Columbus, OH; eight grandchildren, Beth Mundy, Blair Webber, Kristen, Alison, Jessica, and Jake Lisek, and Matthew and Drew Marlow; one great-grandson, Cilas Mundy; and one sister,Helen Kawka of South Bend. He was preceded in death by a brother, Theodore Lisek. Steve retired as an auditor for Ford Motor Company in Dealership Development. He was a veteran of the US Army during World War II. While living in South Bend he was a member of BPOE Lodge #235, VFW Post 8748, and St. Anthony de Padua Catholic Church. He was currently a member of Immaculate Conception/St. Clare Catholic Church, Three Rivers. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11:00 a.m. Friday, November 5th in St. Anthony de Padua Catholic Church, 2120 E. Jefferson Blvd. Cremation will follow with burial at St. Joseph Valley Memorial Park, Granger, IN at a later date. Friends may call from 2 until 6 p.m. Thursday, November 4th in the Welsheimer Family Funeral Home North, 17033 Cleveland Rd. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Lung Association, 1301 Pennsylvania NW, Suite 800, Washington DC, 20004 or Riverview Manor, 55378 Wilbur Blvd., Three Rivers, MI, 49093. Family and friends may leave e-mail condolences at www.welsheimer.com.

Charitable donations may be made in Steven's memory to the following organizations:

American Lung Association
http://www.lungma.org
460 Totten Pond Rd., Suite 400, Waltham, MA 02451
Tel: 781 890 4262

Riverview Manor,
55378 Wilbur Blvd., Three Rivers, MI, 49093

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Sherri Tubinis
   Posted Wed November 03, 2010
Dear Bette and Family,
I was sorry to learn that Steve had passed away. What happy memories I have of our many outings at Pleasant Lake for thirty years. Your family has enjoyed a very full and happy life together. My deepest sympathy to each of you.

Barry Carlson
   Posted Wed November 03, 2010
Dear Lisek Family,
When I first joined the extended Burke family no one made me feel more at home that Uncle Steve. I always looked forward to his sense of humor and friendly banter. Steve was all about family and he was inclusive to both young and old. I know that he left you all a fine legacy in the person that he was. God Speed to you Uncle Steve!
Barry Carlson
Eden Prairie, MN

Thomas Lisek
   Posted Thu November 04, 2010
Aunt Bette,
It's been many years and many miles but Uncle Steve was a wonderful man who made a lasting impression on me as a child and he was always in my heart. My deepest sympathy to you and your family.
Tom Lisek

Julie (Burke) Carlson
   Posted Thu November 04, 2010
Dear Aunt Bette, Karen, Mike, Maribeth and Family,
Uncle Steve was a loving, caring man whose cup was always half full. His enless sense of humor brightened any room. When I was growing up, he was always my fan, my cheering section...wondering about how I was doing in school, teasing me about how many boyfriends I had. After I grew up he wanted to know how my career was going and later my own family. He always started out each conversation with me by calling me "Suzy". I am 48 and I still have no idea how he came up with this nickname for me, but I will always remember Uncle Steve as one of my very favorite Uncles. I know he pain free now and I look forward to seeing him again someday in heaven.
Julie Carlson
Eden Prairie, MN

Melissa Schultz
   Posted Fri November 12, 2010
Maribeth,
I''m so sorry to here about your dad, I''ve been trying to find you to see how you all are doing. I''ve been thinking of all of you. Give my love to your mom. Please get in touch with me. Mom and I were just talking about the time we were up at the lake with you guys and watched the moon landing.

Melissa Schultz
Medina, Ohio

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