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Obituary: Steven Cremonesi

March 14, 1955 – February 13, 2023

information provided by Schroeder-Lauer Funeral Home

obituary Steven Cremonesi

Steve J. Cremonesi, age 67 of Lansing, Illinois, passed away Monday, February 13, 2023. He is survived by his beloved wife Linda (nee Karl). Loving father of Steven (Alicia) Cremonesi. Cherished son of the late Thomas and Madeline (nee Bayzill) Cremonesi, dear brother of the late William “Bill” Cremonesi, treasured son-in-law of Joyce and the late Jack Karl, brother-in-law of Charles (Cheryl) Karl, John (Cindy) Karl and Kevin (Mary) Karl. Fond uncle of Amy (Ryan) Bouwman, Amanda Bouwman, Chuck (Brideget) Karl, Alexander Karl, Emily Karl and Katharine Karl, cousin and friends of many.

Steve was a loving and caring husband, father, son, uncle, and friend. He was a lifetime resident of Lansing, Illinois. Steve was the happiest when surrounded by family and friends. Steve enjoyed air shows, car shows and concerts. Services for Steve will be private, he was loved by many and he will be truly missed.

A GoFundMe page has been set up to help Linda with funeral costs:

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Gone way too soon ! Steve was a gret guy and love by everybody he met . Wishing it was not a privte service but understood. There was nothing Steve would ot do for you if he could and you had a good reason . The most frindliest guy you could ever meet. Prayers go out to his sonSteven Jr. snd hid wife Linda ! See you on the other side someday brother !!!!!!!!!! RIP !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. I am deeply sad , i knew of no finer people than Steve and Bill Cremonesi. We had such great times growing up with our cars and just joking around. We would go to Hotz drug store to buy blue berry gars (cigars) and then drive to Blue Top Driven to show off our cars. May our LORD keep his loving arms around Linda and family.

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