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Stephen S.
Tarasek

Tarasek, Stephen S.
Born to eternal life November 3, 2008, age 60. Former husband of Sandra. Loving father of Laura Michael Tully and Jennie Javier Tarasek. Proud grandpa of Shalen, Juliana, Norah and Olivia. Fond brother of Rosemarie Dvoracek. Uncle of Erik Westland and Brian Dvoracek. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Visitation Sat. 10-11 AM at the Funeral Home with Funeral Service at 11 AM. Interment St. Adalbert Cemetery.
Stephen was an Army veteran of the Vietnam era, and worked as an automobile mechanic.
HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
Klemmer-Scheuerell
Johnson-Reiss
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Past Comments

Elaine Jackson

Steve’s Family,
We wish to extend our condolences to the family of Steve. Steve was my cousin and a godfather to my daughter, Jodie Lazo/Jackson. Even though we did not see one another often, when we did have family gatherings, we all had good times together.
Steve is now at peace in the heavenly arms of our Lord.
Our Thoughts and prayers are with the family.
Cousin Elaine, Aunt Angie,
Greg, Jodie, Jeffrey

Capt. Dan Gabehart

On behalf of the 1,800 Deputy Sheriffs of Bexar County, Texas, I offer our belated, but sincerest condolences to the family of Mr. Tarasek and especially to Ms Saira Velazquez, his granddaughter, a fellow Deputy Sheriff. We have only become aware of your loss and apologize for not expressing our sympathy earlier. We hope that her presence with you during the Thanksgiving holidays is both a comfort and a joy, may God bless you and give you solace during these difficult times.

Justin Sneesby

Hey Laura I am so sorry for your loss I wish I could be there but I had to work all day But my family and I give our condolenses.

barb solomko

Steves’ family, I’m so sorry for your loss. Peace be with you. Barb Solomko

Linda Wiessenburger-Sieggman

Steve, I’m sure your’re working on all of Gods chariots up there! Peace be with you, Linda Wiessenburger-Sieggman

betty & bob decker

We were the frst to see you on our wedding day at the hospital ,we remember you on our many dvds and know you are with God now. Say hi to Gene and Marry, and Pa.

Mark Decker

To Stevie,

I know now you are at peace with the Lord and sitting next to your Dad and Mom and looking down at all of us. I can see Stanley with a cigar and a shot and a beer in his famous military salute. My numerous memories of our fun-filled childhood and our young adulthood I will always treasure. From the times of family get togethers, weddings, Long Lake, getting in trouble with your Dad Me!, having you work on my junker cars,being in the Army, to living on 32nd street in adjoining flats, to you watching Sally & I raise our young family and then us watching you get married to Sandy and raise your young family. Then it was my Uncle and Aunt who I loved dearly and how I always enjoyed spending time with you and your Mom and Dad and Rose. I will miss your sense of humor and way, your deep down good heart, the many good times through the years. I never did get the chance to really tell you in the later years how much you really did mean to me, but now I get my chance! My heart goes out to your family at this time and I just want you all to know what a great kid, cousin, young man and person your Dad was!

Rosanne Trahan

Laura and Jennie, I am so sorry. God bless your family.

Laura Tully

Dad,

We will miss you dearly, but are glad that you have finally found peace. We know that you are reunited with grandpa and grandma. We love you!

Love,
Laura, Mike, Shalen, & Norah

Elaine Jackson

Steve’s Family,
We wish to extend our condolences to the family of Steve. Steve was my cousin and a godfather to my daughter, Jodie Lazo/Jackson. Even though we did not see one another often, when we did have family gatherings, we all had good times together.
Steve is now at peace in the heavenly arms of our Lord.
Our Thoughts and prayers are with the family.
Cousin Elaine, Aunt Angie,
Greg, Jodie, Jeffrey

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